UToledo alumnus Andy Billman, an award-winning producer for ESPN’s “30 for 30” docuseries who wrote and directed the Cleveland sports-centric Believeland, will discuss his work, his love of Cleveland sports, and how his UToledo experiences propelled his career during a Thursday evening virtual event hosted by the Cleveland Alumni Chapter.
The Virtual Evening with Andy Billman begins at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29, via Webex.
Billman joined ESPN in 2002 and now produces documentaries for ESPN Films. He has worked on “SportsCenter,” “The ESPYs,” “Playmakers,” “Tilt” and “Dream Job.” Since the inception of “30 for 30” more than a decade ago, Billman has worked on “The Two Escobars,” “Winning Time,” “Youngstown Boys,” “Playing for the Mob” and “Bad Boys.”
The virtual event will include a Q-and-A session hosted by former Rocket John Greco, an 11-year NFL veteran, including six seasons with the Cleveland Browns, and a frequent guest and expert contributor on Cleveland-area sports talk radio programs.
Allie Clifton, a former UToledo women’s basketball team captain, will also serve as a guest moderator. Clifton, who spent six seasons as a Cleveland Cavaliers reporter for Fox Sports Ohio, is the Los Angeles Lakers studio host for Spectrum SportsNet and hosts the podcast “Road Trippin’.”
For more information, visit UToledo Alumni Association’s website or call the Office of Alumni Engagement at 419-530-2586.