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‘Burn Notice’ star speaks at Babson College

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff

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Amesbury native and “Burn Notice” star Jeffrey Donovan was at Babson College on Tuesday to talk about what it means to be a producer. Donovan, whose resume also includes the Clint Eastwood films “J. Edgar” and “The Changeling,” began producing “Burn Notice” in 2009, two years after it debuted. Steve Maler, founding artistic director of Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, led the Q&A. Donovan starred in Commonwealth Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” in 2005.

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