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Patrick Dempsey Suits Up For 'Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair' Premiere

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Nov. 13 2018, Published 7:41 p.m. ET

Patrick Dempsey shined like a silver fox at the Paris premiere of his mini-series, The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair on Monday, November 12 at the Cinema Gaumont Marignan. He flew to the City of Love to show his new mystery drama series. Keep reading to see pics of him in France!

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The 52-year-old rocked his salt and pepper hair and wore a sleek, dapper navy blue suit to his premiere. He decided not to wear a tie but had on a crisp handkerchief snuck in his pocket.

“The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair – La Verite Sur L’Affaire Harry Quebert” : Paris Photocall At Cinema Gaumont Marignan
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The thriller centers on a writer who meets a man named Harry Quebert (played by Patrick) and hopes to gain inspiration but instead finds him entangled in a murder conspiracy regarding a teen who went missing.

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The show also stars Ben Schnetzer, Damon Wayans Jr., and Virginia Madsen.

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The Grey's Anatomy star met up with the show's director, Jean-Jacques Annaud. He wore a funky green and black tie with dinosaurs etched on.

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The drama is based off of the book of the same name by Joel Dicker. He posed with Patrick on the red carpet and the two flashed some smiles.

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It's set to premiere on Epix on November 21.

Will you be watching Patrick on the small screen again in his new miniseries? Sound off in the comments below!

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