Thursday, March 6, 2008

Nic Sampson on "William Shatner's A Twist in the Tale" (1999)

At the age of twelve, Nic Sampson (Chip, Mystic Force) made his television debut in this short-lived New Zealand series. "A Twist in the Tale" was a supernatural series narrated by Star Trek legend William Shatner, aimed at kids. Each episode consisted of Shatner telling a strange story to a group of children who usually embodied the characters in the stories he narrated. Sampson appeared in the third episode titled "The Anchoress." He played Jonathon, a boy who, along with his sister find themselves embroiled in mystery surrounding a cloaked woman, known as the Anchoress, as their fisherman father is in search of a new wife after the loss of their mother. Sampson appears in most of the episode.

"William Shatner's A Twist in the Tale" is available on DVD

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Amy Jo Johnson on "Wildfire" - 3 (2005)

Amy Jo Johnson (Kimberly, MMPR) made her second appearance on "Wildfire" in August 2005. She played a vital role in the tenth episode of the first season named after her character, "Tina Sharp." As Tina, Johnson appeared in several scenes as the bad girl became more involved in the lives of Kris Furillo (series star Genevieve Cortese) and her surrogate family, the Ritters. Tina convinces Kris to take dangerous painkillers for her injured arm so she can ride, while she manages to get her own contract to ride Kris' favorite horse, Wildfire. Tina also begins an affair with Matt Ritter (played by Micah Alberti) which also doesn't sit well with Kris.

Season 1 of "Wildfire" is available on DVD

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Christopher Khayman Lee on "That '70s Show" (2004)

Christopher Khayman Lee (Andros, Space) made a brief appearance during the seventh season of the long-running hit comedy "That '70s Show." Lee appeared in the episode "Beast of Burden," in a flashback/dream sequence of main character Fez (played by Wilmer Valderrama). Fez realizes his dream job of becoming a shampoo boy and dreams about how much he likes touching women's hair, only to have a male (Lee) appear in the sequence as well. Lee is credited as "Long-Haired Guy."

Season 7 of "That '70s Show" is available on DVD

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Michael Copon on "One Tree Hill" - 6 (2004)

Michael Copon (Lucas, Time Force) continued his recurring role on "One Tree Hill" into the ninth episode of Season 2. Copon portrayed Felix Taggaro, the newest troublemaker in Tree Hill. Copon appeared in several scenes of this episode which featured the gang's junior prom. While Felix pined for Brooke (series regular Sophia Bush) he attended the formal alone, with hopes of ending the night with her. However, after Brooke learns that Felix lied about taking care of her after a drunken night, she tells him that she'll never return his love.

Season 2 of "One Tree Hill" is available on DVD

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Jack Guzman on "CSI: Miami" (2003)

Former Black Ranger, Jack Guzman (Danny, Wild Force) made a small guest appearance during the very first season of the hit drama series "CSI: Miami." In the episode titled "Double Cap," the CSI's investigate the death of a woman who is killed at poolside of a ritzy resort, with no witnesses, despite the crowd. Guzman portrays one of the waiters who serves the woman before her death. His character, Hugo, is a prime suspect until a test for burns on his hands reveal that he didn't fire the murder weapon. Guzman appears in two scenes of the episode. He is the seventh PR actor featured on the blog from "CSI: Miami."

Season 1 of "CSI: Miami" is available on DVD

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