Thursday, January 3, 2008

Dwayne Cameron, Antonia Prebble & Beth Allen on "The Tribe" - 7 (1999)

Episode 7 of the New Zealand teen drama "The Tribe" finds the teens all happy at the recovery of Trudy, played by Antonia Prebble (Clare, Mystic Force), who finally wakes up with a reduced fever. Trudy thanks Dal for bringing the medicine she needed and also is confronted by Lex, who demands she and her baby leave the mall. More mystery behind Bray's recent disappearances is also explored, as Trudy seems to know more about his conversation with the evil Zoot. Bray, played by Dwayne Cameron (Tyzonn, Overdrive) brings Zoot into the mall to see Trudy in a secret meeting. Meanwhile, Tribe leader Amber, played by Beth Allen (Vella, Overdrive), spends her time trying to get the group to share chores, while she also continues to care for the youngest members of the group and pine for Bray.

Dwayne Cameron

Antonia Prebble

Beth Allen

Season 1 of "The Tribe" is available on DVD

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Jorgito Vargas Jr. on "Dark Angel" (2002)

The year before he became the Navy Thunder Ranger, Jorgito Vargas Jr. (Blake, Ninja Storm) had a guest-starring role on the science fiction drama "Dark Angel," starring Jessica Alba. Vargas portrayed a street thug called Bug who, along with two buddies, chases transgenic mutant Joshua (series regular Kevin Durand) into the sewers because of his abnormal appearance and the belief that he's abducting a young blind woman named Annie Fisher. Vargas has several lines and appears in scenes with fellow guest star Kandyse McClure whom he previously starred with on the short-lived teen drama "Higher Ground."

Season 2 of "Dark Angel" is available on DVD

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Matt Austin on "Queer as Folk" (2003)

Matt Austin (Bridge, SPD) appeared during the eighth episode of the third season of the gay cable drama "Queer as Folk." Austin portrayed an unnamed young street hustler who torments a fellow teen hustler who is taken in by two of the show's main characters. Austin appeared in three scenes of the episode and had several speaking lines. He's the third PR actor featured on the blog who has appeared on "Queer as Folk." The other two were his PR co-stars Chris Violette and Jeffrey Parazzo.

Season 3 of "Queer as Folk" is available on DVD

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