Friday, March 9, 2007

Keith Robinson on "Over There" (2005)

Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed), currently starring in the Oscar-winning film "Dreamgirls" had a starring role on the short-lived cable series "Over There," where he played Pvt. Avery King. The following caps of Keith come from the final two episodes of the series which originally aired on The FX Network. I hope to share more screencaps from "Over There" on the blog soon.

Episode 12: "Weapons of Mass Destruction"

Episode 13: "Follow the Money"


Season 1 of "Over There" is currently available on DVD

Hilary Shepard Turner on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1998)

Hilary Shepard Turner (Divatox, Turbo-Space) made her second appearance on the long-running science fiction series, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in 1998, reprising her role as a genetically-engineered human, Lauren during the show's final season. In the episode, "Chrysalis," Dr. Bashir's group of genetically-engineered friends smuggle their way aboard Deep Space Nine, where Bashir has been experimenting with ways to help one of them, the young Sarina, come out of her normal catatonic state. Lauren and the others in the group are overjoyed when she comes alive, speaking and sharing her knowledge with them, until side effects begin to appear. Expect to find screencaps of her appearance as Lauren from 1997 up soon on the blog.

Season 7 of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" is available on DVD

Aaron James Murphy in "Boogeyman" (2005)

Aaron James Murphy (Sam, SPD) may not be easily recognizable in his major role in the 2005 horror film, "Boogeyman". Most PR fans are used to him having much longer hair, as he did the same year in his role on Space Patrol Delta. Murphy portrays Tim, the lead character, in several flashbacks to his childhood encounters with the horrific title spirit. As an adult, Tim is portrayed by Barry Watson.

"Boogeyman" is currently available on DVD

Amy Jo Johnson in "Interstate 60" (2002)

Amy Jo Johnson (Kim, MMPR) had a small role in the film Interstate 60, released in 2002. The film follows a young artist, Neal Oliver, as he struggles with his plans for the future. After an odd meeting with a stranger, he is granted a wish, to find answers in his life. This leads him to travel down the non-existent Interstate 60, on the road to finding the woman of his dreams. Amy Jo Johnson appears in a few scenes as Laura, a hitchhiker on the search for the perfect "romantic encounter." She doesn't find it with Neal, however, as he continues on his quest to find his love. While the role was brief, Laura left a lasting impression on Neal (played by James Marsden).

"Interstate 60" is available on DVD

Jason David Frank in "Fall Guy: The John Stewart Story" (2007)

There's no better way to kick off the "After the Power" blog than with arguably the most popular Power Rangers actor in history, Jason David Frank (Tommy, MMPR-Turbo, DT), who portrays John Stewart in the biographical film, "Fall Guy: The John Stewart Story." John Stewart was a stuntman turned writer/director/producer. Power Rangers fans may remember that Stewart directed 13 episodes of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers during its second season.

"Fall Guy: The John Stewart Story" is now available on DVD