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    Watch: Mandy Patinkin Talks with "CBS Sunday Morning"
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    Mandy Patinkin was the subject of a profile on CBS Sunday Morning today. He spoke with Sunday Morning correspondent Holly Williams about portraying Saul Berenson on Homeland, entering its eighth and final season on Showtime next Sunday, and his role as an ambassador for the International Rescue Committee. You can watch the piece, as well as a web-exclusive segment on singing, his "first love," here:

    Mandy Patinkin is on the final leg of his 30-city tour of the United States, featuring songs from Children and Art, his first new album since 2002. The tour, for which he is accompanied by pianist Adam Ben-David, heads to Michigan, Ohio, and Florida, culminating at Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota on February 16. For tickets, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

    On Children and Art, Patinkin performs songs by Randy Newman, Laurie Anderson, Lyle Lovett, Taylor Mac, Stephen Sondheim, Tom Waits, Rufus Wainwright, Taylor Mac, Teitur, and Patinkin himself. To pick up a copy, head to your local music shop or the Nonesuch Store, where CD orders include a download of the complete album at checkout; the album is also available on Amazon and iTunes and can be heard at Apple Music and Spotify.

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Mandy Patinkin was on CBS Sunday Morning to talk with correspondent Holly Williams about portraying Saul Berenson on Homeland, entering its eighth and final season on Showtime next Sunday, and his role as an ambassador for the International Rescue Committee. You can watch the piece here, as well as a web-exclusive segment on singing, his "first love." Patinkin is on the final leg of his tour of songs from Children and Art, his first new album since 2002.

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Mandy Patinkin was the subject of a profile on CBS Sunday Morning today. He spoke with Sunday Morning correspondent Holly Williams about portraying Saul Berenson on Homeland, entering its eighth and final season on Showtime next Sunday, and his role as an ambassador for the International Rescue Committee. You can watch the piece, as well as a web-exclusive segment on singing, his "first love," here:

Mandy Patinkin is on the final leg of his 30-city tour of the United States, featuring songs from Children and Art, his first new album since 2002. The tour, for which he is accompanied by pianist Adam Ben-David, heads to Michigan, Ohio, and Florida, culminating at Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota on February 16. For tickets, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.

On Children and Art, Patinkin performs songs by Randy Newman, Laurie Anderson, Lyle Lovett, Taylor Mac, Stephen Sondheim, Tom Waits, Rufus Wainwright, Taylor Mac, Teitur, and Patinkin himself. To pick up a copy, head to your local music shop or the Nonesuch Store, where CD orders include a download of the complete album at checkout; the album is also available on Amazon and iTunes and can be heard at Apple Music and Spotify.

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Mandy Patinkin: "CBS Sunday Morning," February 2020

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