Ninja Storm Voice Actor, Craig Parker (voice of Motodrone, Ninja Storm) continued his recurring role on the action adventure series "Legend of the Seeker." Parker reprised his role as the main villain Darken Rahl in the show's ninth episode titled "Puppeteer." Darken Rahl attempts to take possession of the last Box of Orden but is thwarted by Zedd (series regular Bruce Spence), who uses his magical talents to distract Darken Rahl long enough for his new friend, a little peasant girl, to sneak the book out of the castle and deliver it to The Seeker. Parker appears throughout the episode as Darken Rahl is tricked and takes his fury out on anyone around him. Given Parker's extended role, a full zip of his screencaps is available below. Mark Beesley, who has directed episodes of most Power Ranger seasons in New Zealand, also directed this episode.
Former Red Ranger, Brandon Jay McLaren (Jack, SPD) played a supporting role in the science fiction flick "Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon." In the film a college football team, traveling to a game when their plane crashes in the Himalayas, are forced to deal with frosty temperatures, a dwindling food supply and of course the ravenous Yeti. McLaren plays Rice (not the only character whose name is taken from a real-life football player) who survives the crash with a mild injury. He becomes a source of knowledge for the survivors, due to his knowledge of the myths surrounding the yeti. Despite a few close calls with the yeti, surprisingly, Rice survives the entire film and is rescued with three of his friends. McLaren's co-star Elfina Luk played the partner in crime of Jorgito Varas Jr. on "Smallville." Given McLaren's large role, a full zip of his screencaps is available to download below.
Amy Jo Johnson (Kimberly, MMPR) continued her starring role on the police drama "Flashpoint" into the second episode of season 2. The episode titled "Backwards Day," finds her character Jules Callaghan paranoid over her job, thanks to her decision to get intimate with her teammate Sam Braddock (series regular David Paetkau). When the two are the first to respond to a domestic dispute, they are thrust into the middle of a hostage situation involving an angry wife and her husband's one-time mistress. Jules has a plan to enter through the sunroof and diffuse the situation, but the team goes with Sam's plan instead and one of the women ends up stabbed in the process. Jules rips into Sam during the team's debriefing and the two ultimately decide to take a break from their off-duty activities.
Season 2 of "Flashpoint" is currently airing on CBS and CTV
Jack Guzman (Danny, Wild Force) continues to make the rounds on primetime network dramas. Last week he appeared on the action series "Knight Rider." Guzman made a brief cameo in the twelfth episode titled "Knight to King's Pawn." He played an unnamed guard of some sort who informs Alex Torres (series regular Yancy Arias) that Michael Traceur (series star Justin Bruening) has taken back the famous car known as KITT. Guzman appears on screen for less than a minute in the second half of the episode.
Hilary Shepard Turner (Divatox, Turbo-Space) made a major guest appearance on the classic supernatural series "Friday the 13th" back in the late eighties. The series, which was not affiliated with the film franchise of the same name, dealt with a pair of cousins who run an antique shop only to discover that the items sold there can unleash supernatural evil when they are used. The episode "Cup of Time" finds them trying to track down an old teacup. Turner plays Lady Die, a hot new musician who has taken the world by storm. But, Lady Die has a secret. She's actually an old woman who has been using the cup to kill the homeless in order to steal their lifeforce to keep her youthful looks intact. Turner appears throughout the episode.
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