Jack Guzman (Danny, Wild Force) guest starred on the hit cable drama "Raising the Bar" earlier this season. Guzman appeared as Mr. Diaz in the second episode of Season 2 titled "Rules of Engagement." He appears in one scene towards the beginning of the episode, which has two of the show's leading lawyers Jerry Kellerman (played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Michelle Ernhardt (played by Melissa Sagemiller) discovering that the judge they are about to appear before has a strange set of rules for his courtroom. They walk into the courtroom as Guzman's character gets offended at the judge's lack of sympathy. When the judge implies that Mr. Diaz isn't a very likable person, the defendant grabs his chair, prepared to attack the judge. The entire courtroom is in shock when the judge pulls a gun from under his robe, stopping the criminal in his tracks. The judge orders Mr. Diaz taken away in handcuffs.
Season 2 of "Raising the Bar" currently airs on TNT
Nikolai Nikolaeff (Dominic, Jungle Fury) continued his starring role as Leo '2 Dads' Kosov-Meyer in the fourth episode of "Sea Patrol's" third season. Nikolaeff appears throughout the episode titled "Guns," which has the crew of the war ship Hammersley responding to a mayday. When they arrive, they discover the boat has been abandoned but is filled with a stock of weapons. They next rescue a former Navy officer who was believed to be lost at sea. The crew later captures the men they believe are behind the weapons smuggling. While mingling with the crew aboard the ship, the Navy officer gets on '2 Dads' good side and even agrees to watch the bridge while '2 Dads' goes for a break. With '2 Dads' gone, the Navy officer helps the captured criminals escape the ship. But in the end, they are all caught once more. '2 Dads' gets a reprimand from his commanding officer and is informed that his shore leave has been revoked so he can watch over the bridge. A full zip of his screencaps is available to download below.
Ron Roggé (Captain Mitchell, Lightspeed) appeared on the primetime drama "Las Vegas" during the series' third season. Roggé appears as Ray in the episode titled "All Quiet on the Montecito Front." Ray shows up for an interview with head honcho Ed Deline (series star James Caan) who is looking for someone to join the casino's surveillance team. Ed grills Ray on his experience and soon realizes that Ray is lying about his credentials just to get the job. Ed responds by punching Ray and tossing him out of his office, scaring many of the other candidates waiting in the hallway outside. Roggé appears in only one extended scene. Roggé previously appeared on "Las Vegas" in a small role during Season 1, presumably as a different character. He is the fourth PR alum featured on the blog for appearing on "Las Vegas." Jessica Rey, Ilia Volok and Rogge's Lightspeed Rescue co-star Sean Cw Johnson were previously posted.
Adelaide Kane (Tenaya 7, RPM) continued her starring role on the Australian soap opera "Neighbours" in Episode #5233 titled "Call Me Paul." Her character Lolly Allen is feeling pretty good as her romance with Zeke seems to be in full swing. But, in this episode Lolly & Zeke discover that Zeke's sister uploaded video of their first kiss to the internet, where it's become quite popular. Feeling embarrassed and upset, Lolly flees. Zeke finds her feeling down and even missing her birth father and siblings who live out of town. Realizing that Lolly really does have feelings for him as well, Zeke tries to lift her spirits by suggesting they seek some revenge on his sister for what she's done. This idea brings a smile to Lolly's face. Adelaide Kane appears throughout this episode.
Former SPD Ranger, Matt Austin (Bridge, SPD) appeared in the 2003 short film "Will," written by Ed McNamara and directed by James Blokland. Austin stars as Bobby, a rich teenager who is faced with a dilemma. His deceased father's will stipulates that in order to get his inheritance he must lose his virginity to a 45-year old prostitute. The woman, Brenda, comes to see Bobby and they discuss his father, Bobby's disgust at her profession and the way Bobby intends to live his life. Will he be controlled by his father or take hold of his own destiny? The film leaves the question unanswered and allows the viewer to make their own interpretation. Austin appears on-screen for the entire 5 minute short film, along with his co-star Leslie Ann Coles.
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