Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Archie Kao on "Huff" (2004)

Former Blue Ranger Archie Kao (Kai, Lost Galaxy) appeared on the critically- acclaimed cable drama "Huff" during its first season. Kao appeared in the opening scene of the seventh episode titled "That Fucking Cabin." He played the role of Kane, the subject of a nightmare scenario dreamed up by the show's main character Huff (played by Hank Azaria) who imagines that he has a host of Asian half-siblings in the world after learning of his father's affair with an Asian woman. Though Kao appears in only one scene, he does have several lines. Archie Kao is the second PR actor featured on the blog for appearing on "Huff." Ron Roggé was the first.

Season 1 of "Huff" is available on DVD

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Jason Smith on "Home and Away" - 2 (2006)

Episode #4231 of the long-running Australian soap opera "Home and Away" picks up right where the previous episode left off. Jason Smith (Casey, Jungle Fury) stars as Robbie Hunter, a lost survivor of a helicopter crash who is trying to keep his friends alive long enough to be rescued. Just as it seems all hope is lost, the cavalry does arrive, allowing Robbie and the others to be rescued. Robbie is reunited with his pregnant wife Tasha at the hospital, where he is heralded for his heroic actions in the woods.

"Home and Away" currently airs on Seven Network (Australia)

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Keith Robinson on "Canterbury's Law" (2008)

Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) has a starring role in FOX's new legal drama "Canterbury's Law." Robinson plays the supporting role of Chester Grant, a lawyer at the firm, Canterbury & Associates. In the pilot episode Chester is not extremely prominent, although he appears in several scenes alongside the series star Julianna Margulies who portrays Elizabeth Canterbury. Below are screencaps from the very first episode of the series. Expect to see more of Robinson from "Canterbury's Law" soon on the blog.

"Canterbury's Law" currently airs on FOX

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Dwayne Cameron & Paul Norell on "William Shatner's A Twist in the Tale" (1999)

Dwayne Cameron (Tyzonn, Overdrive) followed in the footsteps of fellow PR actor Nic Sampson, as he appeared on the short-lived New Zealand teen mystery series "A Twist in the Tale." Cameron appeared on-screen with narrator William Shatner and played a major role in the show's ninth episode "Jessica's Diary." A mysterious diary comes into the life of a young girl named Jessica, who is dealing with an ill mother and a mean stepfather, whom she believes may be out to get her and her mother, just like the Jessica in the diary. Cameron plays Chris, Jessica's friend who helps her spy on her stepfather. Cameron appears alongside his "The Tribe" co-star Amy Morrison. The producers of this series went on to produce "The Tribe" as well. Also appearing in the episode is Cameron's fellow SPD guest star, Paul Norell (Fowler Birdy, SPD) as a clergyman who helps the children look into the mystery of Jessica.

Dwayne Cameron

Paul Norell

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

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