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Peter Horton starts his local ‘Odyssey’

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Peter Horton — who played Gary on “Thirtysomething” and is now directing an NBC pilot called “Odyssey” — posed for a photo with Lauren Rolfe, whose West Roxbury home is being used during the shoot. Rolfe and her husband Arnie Arluke’s place will serve as the on-screen residence of actress Anna Friel, who plays Sergeant Odelle Ballard in the military conspiracy drama. Expect Horton to be shooting scenes around town for the next month or so. Other cast members include “Twilight” patriarch Peter Facinelli and Vermont resident Treat Williams.

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