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Mitch Longley, February 2000

Judging Amy

November 26, 2002
It seems that Assistant State's Attorney Jonathan Ashworth got a promotion along the way - he is now Jonathan Ashworth, Chief Juvenile Prosecutor. Mitch will appear as Jonathan in a new episode, Boys to Men, on Tuesday, November 26, 2002, 9 pm CST, CBS.

November 12, 2002
Mitch will again appear in his recurring role of Assistant State's Attorney, Jonathan Ashworth, in Damage Control, a new episode of Judging Amy, on November 12, 2002 at 9 pm on CBS.

We're all looking forward to seeing you Mitch, and we congratulate you
on your appearances in yet another season of prime time excellence,
in the award-winning prime-time show, Judging Amy.

Watermen from Naramake

July 18, 2002

On January 31, 2002, a series of Mitch Longley's photos
were exhibited at a show and artist's reception in Santa Monica.
The Stephen Cohen Gallery in Los Angeles, which handles Mitch's art work,
has prepared a web page featuring Mitch's photos for me to link to from this site.
I thank Mitch for graciously allowing me to use his Life on Venus on my web page,
and I thank Bob Adler of the Stephen Cohen Gallery for his enthusiasm and his help.
This profoundly moving and beautiful project of Mitch's and his motivation for it's creation is described at the site, Watermen from Naramake, which can be reached from the main
Mitch Longley Web Page.

Congratulations Mitch, on another job well done.

June 12, 2002
A message board has been added as a new feature on the web page. It seems that many people want to discuss Mitch and his career, and this will give them a forum to do so.

You can get to the message board from the main page at the forum link
right above the link for the Guest Book. Please don't forget about the guest book;
Those entries are sent regularly to Mitch.

April 7, 2002
Mitch was interviewed for an article by George Raine, Chronicle Staff Writer, which appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle on April 7, 2002. The title of the article was "Talented, ambitious ... and disabled: For 20 years, state's Media Access Office has tried to find jobs for actors with disabilities, but it's still an uphill battle". I wrote to the columnist, Mr. Raine, for permission to place the article on the web page, but his editor refused permission, stating that they never give permission for reproduction of their newspaper content. The article can be accessed at the San Francisco Chronicle website.

March 5, 2002 and March 12, 2002
Mitch appeared in another new episode of CBS's Judging Amy on March 5, 2002
and in a rerun episode on March 12, 2002.

February 2, 2002
Mitch won a best actor award from First American in the Arts for his
recurring role as Jonathan Ashworth in Judging Amy
see Honors and Accolades

October 16, 2001 & October 23, 2001
Mitch appeared as Jonathan Ashworth on episodes of Judging Amy. It is not known
at this time if Judging Amy will continue the substory of Maxine and
Sanctuary House, or whether Mitch will appear in further episodes.

May 1, 2001 & May 15, 2001
Mitch appeared as an Assistant State's Attorney on CBS' Judging Amy. A reliable source

states that Mitch will have a recurring role on Judging Amy for the new Fall, 2001 season.

October 13, 2000
Mitch and Port Charles were recently honored at the
CDC Sentinel for Health Awards -
see Honors and Accolades

May 19, 2000
The Farewell Messages were closed to new posts effective.
They were printed and sent to Mitch as a gift from his
fans and friends on the Internet. They can be viewed in
the  Matthew Harmon sub-section of the web page.

April 2000
The exciting last days of Matt Harmon on Port Charles can be

found in the Dr. Matthew Harmon section,
Matt walks with the Parastep System - Matt leaves Port Charles

April 30, 2000

Mitch appeared in an
Interactive Q & A on Soap Opera Digest Online

He answered questions about his time on Port Charles,
his use of the Parastep-I System and about future plans.

April 27, 2000

MITCH LONGLEY, after appearing for three years as Matt Harmon,
a doctor on the staff of General Hospital, decided not to renew his contract on Port Charles.

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