Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Sarah Brown in "The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story" (2004)

Zeo guest star Sarah Brown (Heather, Zeo) had a starring role in the 2004 television movie "The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story." Based on the high profile 2002 case of Scott Peterson (played by Dean Cain) who was accused of killing his wife Laci who was 8 months pregnant on Christmas Eve. The film is told mostly from the perspective of Laci's close friends Tommy & Kate Vignatti. Brown stars as Kate Vignatti, who was also expecting a child at the time, like Laci. Tommy & Kate became close friends with Scott, through Laci and the couple stands by him throughout the accusations and police suspicion falling upon him while they search for Laci. But when Laci and her baby's bodies are found in the same waters where Scott claimed to be fishing, Kate's faith in him is completely shattered. This strains her marriage, as her husband still believes Scott is incapable of such a crime. In the end, Scott is arrested after fleeing town and changing his appearance. Given her starring role, a full zip of Sarah Brown's screencaps is available below.

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"The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story" is available on DVD

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Ria Vandervis on "Rescue Special Ops" (2009)

Last month, Ria Vandervis (Miratrix, Overdrive) made a major guest apperance on the new fast-paced Australian drama "Rescue Special Ops." Vandervis appeared in the show's second episode playing Jasmine, an exotic dancer. As the episode opens, Jasmine is hanging from a hotel ledge requiring a daring rescue from the elite Rescue Special Operations Unit. She's saved by Dean Gallagher and is instantly attracted. She gives Dean her phone number and later Dean finds her in his home enjoying a bath, looking to thank him for rescuing her. When Dean next arrives home, he finds the place completely trashed, leading him back to Jasmine, who reveals that she's being stalked. She latched onto Dean for protection. Dean is ready to help, even taking her to the Special Ops headquarters to keep her safe while he's working. But he soon discovers that the person after Jasmine is being blackmailed by her because of a disc that contains compromising images that Jasmine obtained while working. After Jasmine's blackmail attempt is ruined, she shows up at Dean's house one more time to apologize.

"Rescue Special Ops" is currently airing (Australia)

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Jason Smith on "Home and Away" - 13 (2005)

Back in 2005, Jason Smith (Casey, Jungle Fury) was a popular star of the Australian soap opera "Home and Away." His character Robbie Hunter was just getting over the emotional trial of believing that he may have caught HIV after stepping on a used hypodermic needle during a camping trip. The stress of the situation caused Robbie to lash out, turning against his family, his friends and his girlfriend Tasha. Although Robbie made amends, Tasha was unwilling to continue their relationship, agreeing only to be friends. This didn't sit well with Robbie and in Episode #3887 he sets out to win back his lady love. He seeks his family's help for ideas, but none of them seem to have the answer so Robbie decides to make Tasha the perfect gift. He presents her with perfume that he's made especially for her. Unfortunately, the concoction stinks and causes her to have an allergic reaction, ruining his chance at reconciliation. Robbie, however, refuses to give up.

"Home and Away" currently airs on Seven Network (Australia)

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Vernon Wells in "Beneath Loch Ness" (2001)

The science fiction film "Beneath Loch Ness" finds a research team in Scotland when their expedition's leader is mysteriously killed in a diving accident. As more attacks occur and strange animals are sighted, rumors begin to rise that the famed Loch Ness Monster may be responsible for all of the killings. Vernon Wells (Ransik, Time Force) plays a supporting role in the film as the local constable who is investigating the killings but refuses to believe that the Loch Ness Monster exists. After a large sea creature is found dead and washed up on shore, the Constable calls a press conference claiming to have captured the deceased monster. The scientific research team, however, refuses to believe this is true, given the smaller size of the creature, which they believe is another victim of the Loch Ness Monster. In another dangerous dive, the team seeks to destroy the creature despite the warnings from the constable to leave town immediately.

"Beneath Loch Ness" is available on DVD

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