In the blog's tenth "Xena: Warrior Princess" post, it's the fifth season episode "Antony & Cleopatra" that features three PR alumni. Josephine Davison (Morgana, SPD) appears as the legendary Queen Cleopatra. Davison's appearance lasts only one scene, however, as Cleopatra is assassinated while bathing. Miriama Smith (Elsa, Dino Thunder) guest stars as Shiana, the loyal servant of Cleopatra who helps Xena in her ruse as she masquerades as Cleopatra to find her killer. Shiana's loyalty to Cleopatra is unwaivering as she keeps her vow to protect Cleopatra's legacy. Smith appears in several scenes. Also appearing in the episode is Space Patrol Delta guest star Paul Willis (Baskin, SPD). Willis guest stars as one of Cleopatra's advisors.
Season 5 of "Xena: Warrior Princess" is available on DVD
Christopher Khayman Lee (Andros, Space) guest starred on the long-running family drama "7th Heaven." In the third season episode "All Dogs Go to Heaven," Lee portrayed Jack Stewart, the older brother of young Simon's (played by David Gallagher) girlfriend Deena. Jack plays chaperone for his sister's birthday date and takes a romantic interest in Simon's older sister Lucy (played by Beverley Mitchell). Lee appeared throughout the episode. Although he shared a kiss with Lucy, Jack would not be seen again on the series. Christopher Khayman Lee is the second PR actor, after Deborah Estelle Phillips, to appear on the blog from "7th Heaven."
Before he became the Navy Thunder Ranger, Jorgito Vargas Jr. (Blake, Ninja Storm) had a major guest starring role on "Stargate SG-1" in its very first season. Vargas played the role of Abu, a young man who is saved by the Stargate crew. He takes them home to his village, but proceeds to kidnap Capt. Carter (Amanda Tapping). He takes her to a rival village hoping to exchange her for his young love. The girl's father, however, will not allow the trade. He helps the Stargate crew rescue Carter and liberate his lady love. Vargas appeared in several scenes.
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