Walter Emanuel Jones (Zack, MMPR) played a supporting role in the film "The Dogwalker." The movie follows Jerry Cooper, a slacker sleeping in his car until he helps an old woman who takes a spill while walking her dog. He moves in as a companion to the woman, to help take care of her dog. Jerry hatches a scheme to steal from the old lady, with the help of his drug buddies. Jones portrays "Blonde," a young man who tags along with one of Jerry's best buddies. Over the course of the film, it's revealed that he got the name because his name is Dexter White. His character eventually finds love with the old woman's granddaughter (played by Nicki Aycox), who inherits most of her estate after her death. Jones appears in several scenes. Aycox starred with Keith Robinson, in Over There.
Sandra McCoy (Kendall, Wild Force) becomes the sixth PR actor featured on the blog for appearing on "CSI: Miami." McCoy played a brief role in the second episode of the second season, titled "Dead Zone." While boating with her boyfriend, her character Allyson, discovers the body of a man who has been speared to death. McCoy appears in only the opening scene of the episode, and has very few lines.
Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) continued his starring role in the FX series "Over There" into its sixth episode. The military drama's sixth episode titled "It's Alright Ma, I'm Only Bleeding," follows Robinson's Pvt. Avery "Angel" King and his comrades as they set out on a mission to rescue their embedded reporter, John Moffet (guest star Mark-Paul Gosselaar) when he's captured by terrorists. Angel also tries to comfort his comrade, Smoke, as he deals with the news that his mother had a stroke after hearing of his actions in Iraq. Unfortunately, the squad is unable to rescue Moffet before he is beheaded.
Two years after his Ranger run ended, Roger Velasco (Carlos, Turbo-Space) starred in the family film "Castle Rock," which tells the story of a troubled teenage girl who becomes lost in the desert, where she runs into a young man evading the law in an attempt to get back to Mexico. Velasco plays that young man, Antonio. The film follows their treacherous journey, where they battle the elements and several dangers and come out with a better understanding of one another, and a special love. Velasco appears in almost every scene of the film. A full zip of his screencaps is available to download below.
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