Thursday, May 7, 2009

Daniel Southworth in "Entry Level" (2007)

Daniel Southworth (Eric, Time Force) played a small role in the 2007 film "Entry Level." The film centers on Clay, a former chef who becomes unemployed when his restaurant fails. He befriends a group of people whom he runs into at each of his job interviews. While they compete for jobs, they create close bonds. Sporting a blond wig, Southworth appears as Vince Stallen, a cocky and self-absorbed businessman who refers to himself in the third person. He interviews Clay and several others all at once, as he's looking to hire a new assistant. He then attempts to humiliate them all to see which one will do whatever he tells them to do to get their job. Clay thinks he's got the job when Vince sends him to get rid of the other applicants with his pants around his ankles. Vince however, tells him to get lost instead and continues his hunt for the perfect assistant.

"Entry Level" is available on DVD

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Brandon Jay McLaren on "Harper's Island" - 2 (2009)

Brandon Jay McLaren (Jack, SPD) continued his recurring role on the horror drama "Harper's Island." McLaren appears as Danny Brooks, one of the groomsmen ready for the festivities on the island, despite the murderous past of John Wakefield who killed several residents before being shot by the island's sheriff. In the show's second episode, titled "Crackle," the wedding party takes part in a scavenger hunt on the island. Danny's group ends up in a cemetary that holds the body of Wakefield. They later attend the bonfire with the rest of the guests, unaware that the murder of one of the bridesmaids is occuring in the nearby woods. McLaren appears in three scenes of the episode.

"Harper's Island" currently airs on CBS

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Archie Kao on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" - 11 (2009)

Archie Kao (Kai, Lost Galaxy) continued his recurring role on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" in the science fiction-themed episode "A Space Oddity." The episode finds the CSI crew investigating a death at a crowded science fiction convention, which two of their own happened to attend. Kao appears as his namesake Archie Johnson, who is called upon to help analyze video footage taken of the victim at the convention, where he was booed off stage for creating a new version of a classic beloved television series. Kao later appears in a fantasy sequence as CSI's David Hodges (played by Wallace Langham) pictures himself as the captain who is offered an alien mate represented by his co-worker (and crush) Wendy Simms. Archie Kao will make his final appearance of the ninth season when "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" airs tonight on CBS.

Season 9 of "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" currently airs on CBS

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Nathaniel Lees in "Liquid Bridge" (2003)

Nathaniel Lees (Master Mao, Jungle Fury) plays a starring role in the surf-themed drama "Liquid Bridge." The film centers around up-and-coming surfer Nick McCallum (played by Ryan Kwanten) who is ready to make his big move on the pro circuit. The death of his best friend from an overdose, however, causes Nick's life to take a turn for the worse. Drugs are found hidden inside both of their surfboards (which Nick knew nothing about) and he's sent to prison on drug trafficking charges. While behind bars, he meets up with Ogitani, played by Nathaniel Lees. Ogitani is an old friend of Nick's father from his surfing days and is in prison for murder. Ogitani saves Nick from some dangerous inmates and helps him hone his surfing skills while Nick's girlfriend works to find evidence to free him. Once Nick leaves prison, he finds his way in the water. Meanwhile, Ogitani is stabbed to death by a fellow inmate for helping Nick. Lees appears throughout most of the second half of the film. A full zip of his screencaps is available to download below.

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"Liquid Bridge" is available on DVD

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Chris Graham, Michael Hurst & Murray Keane on "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" (1998)

This fourth season episode of "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" is appropriately titled "Porkules" and features three PR alums. When the thieving Autolycus steals the god Artemis' bow and sells it to Discord, she uses it to turn Hercules into a pig. Chris Graham (Leanbow, Mystic Force) guest stars as Colchis, an ally of Discord's whom she sends to destroy Hercules, now that he's no match for anyone. Of course, the plans never go as planned when dealing with Hercules and he still manages to escape from Colchis and his army at every turn. This is Graham's second appearance on "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" to be featured on the blog. Protecting Hercules throughout the ordeal is his best friend Iolaus, played by Michael Hurst (voice of Vexacus, Ninja Storm). Hurst appears throughout the episode in his starring role as he enlists several allies to help retrieve Artemis' bow and get Hercules back to his normal self. Rounding out the PR cast is RPM guest star Murray Keane (Benny, RPM). Keane appears as the godly messenger Hermes, who wears golden boots that allow him to fly about. He delivers the message to Hercules & Iolaus that Artemis' bow has been stolen at the beginning of the episode. Later, Iolaus and Autolycus manage to steal his boots to use in their pursuit of Discord.

Chris Graham

Michael Hurst

Murray Keane

Season 4 of "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" is available on DVD

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