Once Upon a Time stars Raphael Sbarge and Jared Gilmore help fundraise at Ethels

Once Upon a Time
Once Upon a Time's Raphael Sbarge, left, and Jared Gilmore, join Richmond Review publisher Mary Kemmis at Friday's Ethel Tibbits Women of Distinction Awards, which celebrated the accomplishments of local women while fundraising for Nova House, a shelter for
— image credit: Martin van den Hemel photo

Two stars of the ABC TV fantasy series Once Upon a Time posed with guests and signed autographs at the 19th annual Ethel Tibbits Women of Distinction Awards on Friday morning.

Jared Gilmore, who plays Henry, and Raphael Sbarge, who plays Jiminy Cricket and therapist Archie, took time out of their busy shooting schedule in Steveston to spend a couple of hours at Friday's awards luncheon.


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