cast and die zach braff of 'scrubs' attends fundraiser in pennsylvania
The seventh and final season of "Bush" will be filmed on August, and the crew and crew have a lot of time to relax and relax.Considering Zach bluff, who recently flew to central Pennsylvania for family-related activities.Apparently his cousin Emily Watson called and asked him to attend an important event in her dining room glass lounge.The glass lounge, a popular surveillance facility in Harrisburg, has owned Braffs since 1985.On Sunday, fund-raising activities were held at the above locations.The purpose of the fundraising campaign is to raise awareness of autism.Watson's four-year-old daughter Megan was diagnosed with brain development disorder last year.Emily, along with her husband Sean, decided to hold a fundraising event in the spirit of thanking the institutions that helped take care of Megan."Support is absolutely there, and I think what we're learning is that everyone somewhere, brothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, has some sort of connection with autism, whatever it is, nephews have some connections, so we can help raise awareness if there is ---"We are happy to do that," Watson said .".Zach bluff, who plays JD in the bush, said he took part in the fundraising campaign to support his relatives."[Autism] has affected my family ...... We all had this feeling when Emily's daughter was diagnosed with autism, and we all wanted to learn more about it and what we could do, "scrub star said.The 32-year-old actor, who was born and raised in New Jersey, grew up with his biggest influence being his aunt Susan sayyes.He is very close to his family, unlike the main character in his movie Garden State.Speaking of Sayers, Braff said, "She is a very strong, loving woman.She is very interesting and happy. she likes art and movies.She is a great inspiration in my life.