Jamie Croft (Fred Kelman, MMPR: The Movie) starred in the television mini-series "Sun on the Stubble," which takes place in 1930's Australia. Croft plays Bruno Gunther, a young boy who comes of age in a small village under the watchful eye of his overbearing German father, stuck in the middle of a family with three sisters and forced to go to school headed by a new outsider, Miss Knightley who sees a real future in him outside of farming. The very first episode finds Bruno playing a prank that goes wrong, leaving him running through town in his underwear. Bruno later tries to save his oldest sister who sneaks off with her love interest in secret at a town gathering. When the train they are hiding out in starts on its way with them trapped aboard, Bruno calls upon his friend Jack Ryan to chase after them in his car, a new invention that not many in town own.
"Sun on the Stubble" is available on DVD under the title "The Valley Between"
Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) made his third appearance on the hit drama "American Dreams" in this show's fourteenth episode titled "Heartache." Robinson reprised his role as Nathan Walker, the nephew of Henry Walker and the cousin of his son Sam. Henry isn't very happy with Nathan's growing influence over Sam, and the fact that Nathan finds any reason to dispute Henry's parental wisdom to Sam to get along with the Walker's family's white counterparts. Nathan doesn't see the point and spends his freetime getting to know several other youths in the community who aren't very friendly with those outside their race.
Erin Cahill's (Jen, Time Force) second appearance on the daytime drama "General Hospital" came the day after her first. In the episode that originally aired on March 10th, Cahill reprised her role as Cassandra, a femme fatale who has kidnapped the young hacker Spinelli. She reveals to him in this episode that she plans to pull off a major robbery that she needs Spinelli's help to maneuver with a cash prize awaiting her. If Spinelli refuses (which he tries to do) she guarantees he won't survive. When Spinelli uses his skills to unlock the door keeping him captive, Cassandra pulls a gun on him. In other "General Hospital" happenings, Zeo guest star Sarah Brown (Heather, Zeo) continues her starring role as Claudia Zacchara who is married to mob boss Sonny Corinthos, who has no idea that she played a vital role in the accident that caused his son's current medical crises. His ex-girlfriend is prepared to reveal Claudia's misdeeds in front of him, until Sonny makes a big deal out of her butting into his son's affairs. In the end, she leaves without revealing Claudia's secrets, giving up on her love for Sonny and leaving Claudia suspicious about whether she'll really keep quiet.
Wild Force villain Ilia Volok (Viktor Adler/Master Org, Wild Force) appeared in the film "Spinning Boris," where he played an Elvis impersonator. Volok appears in several scenes of the film which is set in Russia, where three American political consultants are hired to help with President Boris Yeltsin's re-election campaign with his approval ratings in the gutter. Volok becomes an advisor of sorts himself as he interacts with the film's three stars (Jeff Goldblum, Liev Shrieber & Anthony LaPaglia) when they visit an American-themed bar where Volok's unnamed character is performing as Elvis. He proceeds to give them advice on their attempts to help the Russian president's campaign and also passes on secret information from the opposing side in the election.
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