Thursday, September 11, 2008

Michelle Langstone on "McLeod's Daughters" - 4 (2006)

Michelle Langstone (Kat Manx, SPD) continued her recurring role on "McLeod's Daughters" into the fourth episode of Season 6. Langstone reprised her role as Fiona Webb, the fiancee of series regular Alex Ryan. Fiona continues to acclimate to the ranch lifestyle and gets closer to her soon-to-be father-in-law Harry Ryan. His new wife seems a bit jealous when Harry offers Fiona a necklace that's been in his family for generations which he wants to pass down to her. Later, Fiona stumbles onto information about Harry's wife's dealing in relation to the McLeod farm and she is promptly thrown out of the house, which Fiona believes is her fault.

Season 6 of "McLeod's Daughters" is available on DVD

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Keith Robinson on "Over There" - 8 (2005)

Former Green Ranger, Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) continued his starring role as Pvt. Avery "Angel" King on the war drama "Over There" in its seventh episode titled "Mission Accomplished." In the episode, the squad is sent to guard a makeshift prison in Afghanistan where they find it hard to trust anyone. Robinson appears throughout the episode in several scenes. "Over There" ran for 13 episodes on the FX Network.

"Over There" is available on DVD

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Brad Hawkins on "Monk" (2004)

PR Voice actor, Brad Hawkins (voice of Trey, Zeo) played a major guest role on the hit series "Monk." Hawkins appeared in the Season 3 episode "Mr. Monk and the Panic Room" which has Monk investigating the case of a dead music producer who appears to be killed by his pet monkey inside his panic room. Hawkins appears as Kurt Wolff, the man who installed the panic room. He interacts with Monk and the police during their investigation. Eventually, Monk discovers that Wolff committed the crime because he was having an affair with music superstar Chloe (played by Carmen Electra) who was the girlfriend of the producer.

Season 3 of "Monk" is available on DVD

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Gareth Yuen on "Underbelly" (2008)

Former Blue Ranger Gareth Yuen (Dax, Overdrive) guest starred on the new Australian crime drama "Underbelly." Yuen appeared in two scenes of the tenth episode "Scratched," as a young man who is accidentally dialed by a crazed hitman who believes he's having an affair with his woman. Yuen's character denies it, but unwittingly gives away his address. The police who are tracking the hitman race to the house to save him before the hitman arrives. He's taken in by the police who keep him in the dark so they don't compromise the investigation.

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