The list of local talent on prime-time television continues to grow.
On Friday night, Oct. 25, former WWE Superstar and Worcester native Aron Stevens appeared as the villain in an episode of CBS’ crime drama reboot, Magnum, P.I..
Stevens — born Aron Steven Haddad — played an escaped killer hell bent on wreaking havoc at a Halloween party.
— Aron (@AronsThoughts) October 23, 2019
Stevens, 38, is a graduate of Holy Name high school in Worcester and is best known as former WWE wrestler Damien Sandow.
In other Stevens’ news, on a recent episode of National Wrestling Alliance’s NWA Power, Stevens announced that he would be returning to professional wrestling.
— NWA (@nwa) October 15, 2019
To watch the full episode of Stevens’ appearance on Magnum, P.I., click here.
Watch the trailer below:
h/t Edward Reynolds
Lead image: Aron Stevens/CBS
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