Saturday, June 21, 2008

Edward Laurence Albert in "Fighting Words" (2007)

Edward Laurence Albert (Mr. Collins, Time Force) appeared in the 2007 film "Fighting Words" which was one of the final movies he filmed before his death in September 2006. Albert appears in the role of Marc Neihauser, an uptight book publisher, who allows his young employee to sanction a poetry competition, featuring several talented young poets. He later fires her when he discovers she has HIV. By the end of the film, he rehires her and congratulates her new love on his victory in the competition. Albert appears in several scenes of the independent film.

"Fighting Words" is available on DVD

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Daniel Southworth on "Charmed" (2006)

Daniel Southworth (Eric, Time Force) played a minor role during the eighth season of the magical hit drama "Charmed." The Charmed sisters stumble into the middle of a conflict involving the guardians of the Chinese zodiac on the eve of Chinese New Year. They must safeguard a mystical staff so it can be safely transferred to the next guardian on the holiday. Southworth appears as the guardian of the Rat and appears in a few scenes of the episode "12 Angry Zen." He doesn't have any lines in the episode. Southworth is the fifth PR actor to appear on the blog from "Charmed." Melody Perkins, Michael Chatarantabut, Reggie Rolle & Branscombe Richmond were all previously featured.

Season 8 of "Charmed" is available on DVD

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Dwayne Cameron, Antonia Prebble & Beth Allen on "The Tribe" - 11 (1999)

Episode #20 of "The Tribe" finds Bray, played by Dwayne Cameron (Tyzonn, Overdrive) juggling women at every turn. Bray managed to convince the villainous (and old friend) Ebony not to attack the tribe after she was captured by them and escaped. When he returned to the mall, he was forced to deal with his blossoming love for Salene, who broke things off because of Trudy's increased instability. Speaking of Trudy, played by Antonia Prebble (Clare, Mystic Force), she was plagued by her feelings for her protector Bray, to the point that she ignored her crying baby and lashed out at everyone around her. At the end of the episode, Trudy is seen stealing a bottle of sleeping pills, which she begins taking after dumping out the entire bottle with intentions of committing suicide. Beth Allen (Vella, Overdrive) continues in her role as Amber tries to moderate the madness between Trudy, Bray and Salene, with little luck. She tries to convince Bray to make up his mind, but once he decides to stand by Trudy, she rejects him for his pity, which sends her to the pills.

Dwayne Cameron

Antonia Prebble

Beth Allen

Season 1 of "The Tribe" is available on DVD

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