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Katherine Heigl Steps In for Meghan Markle on 'Suits' -- Watch! Campbell, 46, noted that “everybody just knew” that Markle wouldn’t be returning for another season since she “has some other things to do now.” And while his work with the 36-year-old bride-to-be was brief, she quickly made a great impression. “I only worked with her on a couple of episodes, but she was one of the nicest, most personable and sweetest people I’ve met,” he said. “I met her very briefly, but she was so incredibly nice. I’m very happy for them.” Suits will be back for an eighth season and also has a spinoff centered on Gina Torres’ character , Jessica Pearson, in the works, which Campbell didn’t rule out being involved in. “I don’t know if they’re going to have Father Walker, but somebody’s always got to get married or christened, or we have to do a baptism, so you never know,” he said. In the meantime, Campbell is keeping busy with movies, including Jessica Frost in the works, and is lending his voice to promoting awareness of lupus, an inflammatory disease which affects more than 1.5 million Americans, including musicians Selena Gomez and Toni Braxton. His good pal and Lupus LA chairman, Adam Selkowitz, was diagnosed with the illness at the age of 16, and Campbell also lost a dear friend, Heather, to the disease, which causes the immune system to attack its own tissue, resulting in pain, inflammation and damage to body parts. “It’s one of those diseases where you can live the cleanest life, not drink, not do drugs, avoid the sun and it just hits you,” Campbell said. “My friend, Heather, was 20, 21 at the time and had really amazing doctors, but it just got away from her.” Scott Michael Campbell with friend and Lupus LA chairman Adam Selkowitz at the Orange Ball.
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When she pitched the idea of staking the first day of the rest of their lives on top of nine (and counting) fantasy films, it was with tongue firmly in cheek. The whole thing seemed funny and crazy and then finally just them. Both Owens and Zengel have done "I do" before. A theme wedding seemed an ideal way to take a double-sided lightsaber to all of the pomp and circumstance. "It's ours. We've done the traditional thing," Zengel said. Even May 4 - a date stacked neatly toward the top of the oh-so-traditional summer wedding season - doubles as "Star Wars Day," a nationally observed, grassroots celebration that even caught the attention of whoever is manning NASA's Twitter account. If that seems outrageous to you, try very hard not to think about the grown man who drove from Connecticut to State College with an adult-sized Chewbacca costume in the car. By the time Friday rolled around Zenga's voice had been reduced to a scratchy whisper. He made it through his vows though, which like the rest of the ceremony were peppered with references to the dark side, scruffy-looking nerf herders and other glorious nonsense that comprises the goofy beating heart of "Star Wars".
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