Brandon Jay McLaren (Jack, SPD) stars in the recent direct-to-DVD sequel in the "Dr. Doolittle" film franchise. "Dr. Doolittle: Million Dollar Mutts" finds Dr. Doolittle's daughter Maya, who can talk to animals like her dad, ready for college where she plans to study to become a veterinarian. But an offer from a Hollywood star to come help her temperamental pet has Maya (played by Kyla Pratt) star struck. While in Hollywood she meets Brandon Turner, played by McLaren. When their dogs begin to hit it off, the two strike up a romance that also has Maya second-guessing her college plans. Maya is then offered a contract to star in her own television show where she helps celebrity pets, thanks to a greedy T.V. producer who wants to make some easy cash. When Brandon's dog tells Maya about her not feeling well, the teen brushes off the dog's ailment until she becomes seriously ill. This causes a rift between Brandon & Maya and forces her to realize that her gift is no good if she doesn't have her veterinary training to truly help animals when they need it. Given his starring role, a full zip of Brandon Jay McLaren's screencaps are available to download below.
Ron Roggé (Captain Mitchell, Lightspeed) continues his string of roles as policemen with his recent guest appearance on the hit crime drama "CSI: Miami." Roggé appears early in the episode as a Miami-Dade police officer, who is not referred to by name. He appears in a couple of scenes, as the CSI headquarters is hijacked and several people are taken hostage. The local police department is on the scene to lead the efforts to diffuse the situation, but CSI head man Horatio Cane (played by David Caruso) takes the lead in the negotiations to get his people to safety. Roggé's brief screentime involves him getting the first call from the abductor and helping to set up an area to monitor the hostage situation. Roggé becomes the 9th PR alum to be featured on the blog for appearing on "CSI: Miami."
So what happens when a former Ranger is brutally stalked by the wife of Power Rangers' veteran producer and must trust in another former Ranger only to be ultimately double-crossed and stuck in a fight for his life? Well, hopefully you're watching the non-stop action film "Broken Path." Former Ranger Johnny Yong Bosch (Adam, MMPR-Turbo) plays Jack Ellis, a computer geek who has just moved to the deserted country with his wife and young daughter, who is off to Summer camp. Jack & his wife Lisa settle in for some alone time, only to discover that they aren't alone. A group of deadly masked assassins descends upon their home, stalking them at every turn. The bad guys are led by longtime PR stunt woman Motoko Nagino, the wife of PR producer Koichi Sakamoto (who directs this film). Things get more complicated when Lisa notices that her husband busts out some serious martial arts to defend them. It turns out the assassins are looking to kill Jack a.k.a. Hiroki for escaping their violent league. Just when it seems Jack & Lisa are out of options, in swoops Yoshi, played by Daniel Southworth (Eric, Time Force). Jack & Yoshi were trained together and now Yoshi wishes to leave the violence behind as well. The two team-up until Yoshi is revealed to be the mastermind behind the plot, leading to the climactic final battle over Jack's kidnapped daughter, Maddy.
Want to know what your favorite Power Rangers actors are up to after they've left the spandex behind, or maybe even before their role on Power Rangers? Well, you've come to the right place. "After the Power" features screencaps of over 190 Power Rangers actors in television, film and the occasional commercial. Feel free to leave comments here on the blog.