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Shalhoub presides at Olde Ellison Bay Days parade (video)

9:21 AM, Jun. 30, 2013  |  Comments
Shalhoub marshals parade
Shalhoub marshals parade: Emmy Award-winning actor Tony Shalhoub returned to county where he filmed 'Feed the Fish'
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Always one of the Door County highlights of early summer, the 47th annual Olde Ellison Bay Days had an extra treat Saturday with the appearance of actor Tony Shalhoub as Grand Marshal of the festival parade.

The theme was "Feed the Fish," named for the 2009 movie filmed in Ellison Bay and featuring Shalhoub as the local sheriff. The lead female character is a waitress at the Viking Grill, and the film uses a number of other Door County locales.

Shalhoub grew up vacationing with his family in northern Door County. Along with three Emmys, he won Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild awards for "Monk," and prior to that played the cab driver in the hit TV series "Wings." He is scheduled to be back on TV this fall in the CBS series "We are Men."

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