Sunday, April 22, 2007

Michael Copon in "All You've Got" (2006)

Michael Copon (Lucas, Time Force) co-starred in this teen chick flick of 2006. "All You've Got" tells the story of two rival high school volleyball teams. When one team's affluent private school burns down, three of the volleyball stars transfer to their rival school to join the team. The players clash in more ways than one. Michael's character, Artie Sanchez, is drawn into the middle as the film's two female leads fight for many things, including his affections. Download the full zip of Michael's scenes at the bottom of the post.

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"All You've Got" is available on DVD

Keith Robinson in "Fat Albert" (2004)

Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) co-starred in the film "Fat Albert", where he portrayed one of "The Cosby Kids" come to life from the classic cartoon. Robinson portrays Bill, the cartoon character that was actually based on Bill Cosby himself. Cosby created the series and also wrote & produced the feature film. Keith's character is the smart one of the group, as he often figures out many of the film's story dilemmas. Keith appeared in most of the movie, alongside its star, Saturday Night Live's Kenan Thompson. Given his starring role, a full zip of Robinson's screencaps is available to download below.

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"Fat Albert" is available on DVD

Alycia Purrott on "Supernatural" (2007)

Alycia Purrott (Syd, SPD) isn't the first PR actress to turn up on the science fiction series "Supernatural" this year. She follows the previously-posted Emma Lahana. Alycia, fittingly, portrays an actress in the episode, "Hollywood Babylon," where she appears in several scenes, as the show's stars (Jared Padalecki & Jensen Ackles) visit the set. Coincidently, her character is making a horror film and Alycia's last gig was the horror film "Black Christmas."





Season 2 of "Supernatural" currently airs on The CW

Jason Faunt in "Jesse James: Legend, Outlaw, Terrorist" (2005)

Jason Faunt (Wes/Alex, Time Force) appeared in this Discovery Channel special which chronicled the storied life and career of the outlaw cowboy, Jesse James. Unlike his historical exploration as Alexander in "Battleground: The Art of War," in this one Jason doesn't play the lead character. He only has a small role as a member of Jesse James' gang, but appeared in several scenes.

* Thanks to Shirley Chong for sharing these screencaps.

Blake Foster in "The Brady Bunch in the White House" (2002)

Blake Foster (Justin, Turbo) co-starred in the television movie, "The Brady Bunch in the White House", which is a sequel to the Brady feature films of the late 1990's. Blake joins the cast as Peter, the middle Brady son, who finds himself in trouble on more than one occasion over the course of the film. Blake has a prominent role, given the large cast.

"The Brady Bunch in the White House" is available on DVD