Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Amy Jo Johnson on "What About Brian" - 3 (2006)

Amy Jo Johnson's (Kimberly, MMPR) third appearance on the blog for "What About Brian" actually focuses on her very first appearance on the series. Johnson guest starred in the first episode as Karen a.k.a. Car Girl, who becomes romantically involved with lead character Brian (played by Barry Watson) who meets her after crashing into the back of her car. Karen proves to be more than Brian bargained for her with her clingy behavior so he breaks up with her. Karen still manages to tag along to his friends' party despite being dumped. Karen later kicks Brian out of his own apartment. Though the two leave on bad terms, Johnson would reprise her role in two later episodes of the series, which were previously featured here on the blog.

Season 1 of "What About Brian" is available on DVD

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Brad Hawkins on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (2004)

PR Voice Actor Brad Hawkins (Voice of Trey, Zeo) guest starred on the long-running hit crime drama "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" during its fourth season. In the episode titled "Turn of the Screws," he portrays Justin Mack, the boyfriend of a distraught mother whose daughter is found dead. Justin is a major suspect in the investigation, despite his pleas of innocence and never wanting to hurt a little girl. In the end, the CSI crew discovers it was the girl's mother who killed her in cold blood, believing her pre-teen daughter was trying to steal her boyfriend. Hawkins is the sixth actor featured on the blog for appearing on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation." Cerina Vincent, Phillip Jeanmarie, Walter Jones & Hilary Shepard Turner and recurring "CSI" actor Archie Kao have all been posted before.

Season 4 of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" is available on DVD

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Kevin Duhaney in "Johnny & Clyde" (1995)

At the age of eleven, Kevin Duhaney (Ethan, Dino Thunder) made his movie debut in the kid's film "Johnny & Clyde." The film tells the story of a young boy (played by John White) who moves to a new town where he finds a best friend in a criminal's runaway dog, who seems to constantly get Johnny into and out of trouble. Duhaney plays the small role of Chad, a geeky kid who befriends Johnny upon his arrival. Johnny helps Chad stand up for himself against the local bully. Duhaney appeared in only a few scenes. John White recently starred in American Pie presents Beta House which featured Power Ranger alum, Chris Violette.

"Johnny & Clyde" is available on DVD

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