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Vincent D'Onofrio To Narrate Heroes Behind the Badge Documentary

August 11, 2012  | 

Actor Vincent D'Onofrio has agreed to narrate Heroes Behind the Badge, a moving and gripping documentary about the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers serving across America, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

Directed by two-time British Academy Award winner Wayne Derrick and set for release in fall 2012, Heroes Behind the Badge aims to change the way the public perceives the men and women of law enforcement. The film will highlight some of the unselfish acts of bravery law enforcement professionals commit each day in the line of duty, according to the Memorial Fund.

"We are thrilled to have Vincent D'Onofrio working with us," Derrick said in a release. "I could not think of a more fitting person to narrate this inspiring film."

Heroes Behind the Badge will highlight the lives of four fallen officers and the impact their passing has had on their family members, colleagues, and community. The film will also feature the stories of three officers who narrowly escaped their assailants. These officers will share their personal insights about how their near-fatal encounters have affected their lives.

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judith @ 8/11/2012 12:09 AM

"We are thrilled to have Vincent D'Onofrio working with us," Derrick said in a release. "I could not think of a more fitting person to narrate this inspiring film."
What a lovely thing to say about Vincent.

[email protected] @ 8/11/2012 9:50 PM

I for one would rather have Gary Sinise, someone who puts his money & time where his mouth is, supporting our troops, first responders and their families for over ten years. Just my tought. Blues, Stay Safe.

Jean @ 8/13/2012 1:01 PM

I am thrilled to hear this news!!!! Vincent has a great voice and their right he is the perfect choice for the job. I have been a fan of his since the 80's, have watched him grow into a wonderful actor, husband and father. In my book he is a great person who has never received the honors he deserves.

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