Monday, September 15, 2008

Josephine Davison on "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" (1997)

Josephine Davison (Morgana, SPD) appeared on the action series "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" during its third season. In the episode titled "War Bride," Davison guest starred as Alexa, a princess whose vain sister is abducted just before she is set to marry the prince of a rival kingdom. Hercules soon discovers that the abduction was orchestrated by Alexa to force the war and eliminate her sister in the process. Alexa kills their ailing father and leads her army on a rampage which ends at Hercules' feet. Alex tries to kill her sister again, but is ultimately defeated. Given her major role, a full zip of Davison's screencaps are available for download below. This episode was directed by series star Kevin Sorbo. It also features SPD guest star Lori Dungey (Louise Boom, SPD) in a brief role.

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Season 3 of "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" is available on DVD

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Sicily in "Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror" (1998)

Sicily (Young Aisha, MMPR) made a brief appearance in the fifth film in the horror franchise, "Children of the Corn." Sicily appears as Chloe, one of the children in a murderous cult in a rural town visited by six college students. Sicily appears in a few scenes towards the end of the film and has very few lines. After the destruction of the evil forces at work in the cult, she is led to safety by the film's heroine. This was Sicily's first role after Power Rangers and her first feature film.

"Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror" is available on DVD

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Cerina Vincent on "Malcolm in the Middle" (2001)

The year after her Ranger stint, Cerina Vincent (Maya, Lost Galaxy) followed in the footsteps of her Lost Galaxy co-star Melody Perkins and guest starred on the hit FOX comedy "Malcolm in the Middle." Vincent played a small role in the second season episode "Malcolm vs. Reese." In the episode, Malcolm & Reese compete to make their older brother Francis happy so he'll take them to a concert which he only has two tickets for. Francis revokes his offer after he meets Cerina Vincent's character, Carly, whom he decides to take instead. Vincent appears in only one scene on the way to the concert.

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Michael Copon on "One Tree Hill" - 8 (2005)

Michael Copon (Lucas, Time Force) continued his recurring role on "One Tree Hill" in the episode titled "The Heart Brings You Back." Copon appeared throughout Season 2 as Felix Taggaro, Brooke's (played by Sophia Bush) love interest. The two make their coupling official in this episode, revealing the news to Brooke's ex-love and Felix's rival Lucas (series star Chad Michael Murray). With tensions high over Brooke and Felix's sister whom Lucas has gotten closer to, the two characters come to blows. Besides fighting for love, Felix tries to shower Brooke with expensive gifts and dinner, given her family's loss of funds. Michael appears in several scenes of the episode.

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

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Ria Vandervis & Stuart Devenie in "The Devil Dared Me To" (2007)

Overdrive villainess Ria Vandervis (Miratrix, Overdrive) played a supporting role in the New Zealand daredevil comedy "The Devil Dared Me To." Vandervis appears as Cindy Cockburn, the girlfriend of washed up daredevil Dick Johansonson (played by Matt Heath). Cindy travels with him and his crew on their stunt tour. The two even get engaged, despite the fact that she constantly cheats on him under his nose, even with a member of his crew. Cindy is ultimately killed when one of Dick's stunts goes wrong and his car crashes into the snack cart where she is standing. Mysic Force voice actor Stuart Devenie (voice of Imperius, Mystic Force) also appears in two scenes of the film. He plays Mr. Jones, the father of lead character Randy Campbell's fiancee, nicknamed Tragedy, who is killed during a stunt. Mr. Jones returns to introduce Randy to his unknown son at the end of the film.

Ria Vandervis

Stuart Devenie

"The Devil Dared Me To" is available on DVD

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