Friday, February 5, 2010

David de Lautour on "Navy NCIS" (2010)

Former Wolf Ranger David de Lautour (RJ, Jungle Fury) made a recent appearance on the hit primetime drama "Navy NCIS." David appeared in the seventh season episode titled "Jet Lag," where he portrayed Daniel Sturgis. The episode finds the NCIS team protecting a vital witness, Nora Williams, on her plane trip back to the USA from Paris. When they get a tip that a hitman is aboard hoping to kill her before the plane lands, their investigation kicks into high gear. Nora, though is just ready to get back home to her fiancé, Daniel. David de Lautour appears in several scenes as he gives the NCIS agents information about his & Nora's boss who is the person she plans to testify against because of his embezzlement of money from the Navy. Daniel feels he has to be responsible for the hitman. Their boss denies the allegations that he would have Nora killed and soon Agent Gibbs (series star Mark Harmon) realizes that the boss wasn't the only one stealing money. Daniel is revealed to be the one who hired the hitman to kill his own fiancée to cover up the fact that he was embezzling money as well. David's character is arrested after trying to run down the NCIS agents in his car. David de Lautour follows in the footsteps of Erin Cahill & Brad Hawkins who were previously posted on the blog for appearing on "NCIS."

Season 7 of "NCIS" currently airs on CBS

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Nikolai Nikolaeff on "Sea Patrol" - 8 (2009)

Nikolai Nikolaeff (Dominic, Jungle Fury) continued his starring role on the Australian military drama "Sea Patrol" in the third season's ninth episode titled "Pearls Before Swine." Nikolaeff's character, Leo '2 Dads' Kosov-Meyer finds himself in hot water once again amongst the crew. The episode starts with '2 Dads" on a pursuit team, chasing criminals when their boat loses power. He is immediately scolded for forgetting to add gas to the boat before the chase. Back on the HMS Hammersley, '2 Dads' is disciplined harshly by his superiors Buffer and Lt. Kate McGregor which leads him to spread a rumor throughout the ship that the two are having a secret affair. This gets him into even more trouble as he's sentenced to kitchen duty. But when trouble comes aboard in the form of some shady characters, he uses his skills in the kitchen to make the suspects sick, preventing them from carrying out their plans. As a result, the bad boy '2 Dads' finds himself redeemed once again. A full zip of Nikolai Nikolaeff's screencaps is available below.

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Ari Boyland, Dwayne Cameron, Kelson Henderson & Miriama Smith on "The Tribe" (2001)

Episode #43 of "The Tribe's" third series features four PR alums. Series regular Ari Boyland (Flynn, RPM) continues his role as KC, the enterprising young thief always looking for a deal. In the previous episode a trade led to him obtaining a horse so KC decides to give it to his crush May as a gift, but she reveals she has no interest in horses. What the tribe is interested in though is KC's revelation that he ran into Bray at the casino where he got the horse. Worried that their leader may get into more drunken trouble, they decide to try to find him. In the meantime, KC plans to get rid of the horse until fellow tribe member Salene makes him a bet that she can tame the animal enough to ride him. Dwayne Cameron (Tyzonn, Overdrive) continues in his starring role as Bray, who hits rock bottom over his feelings of loss for his love Amber since her abduction. He ends up on the outskirts of town, beaten in a ditch. Cameron's Operation Overdrive co-star Kelson Henderson (Norg, Overdrive) makes his second appearance on the series as Pony Joe, the horse trader who made the horse deal with KC. His tribe is headed out of the city when they come upon Bray's body. A young woman named Moon is amongst his tribe and demands they take Bray with them to help him. She tries to nurse Bray back to health which does not make Pony Joe happy at all. Back in the city, Moz, played by Miriama Smith (Elsa, Dino Thunder) makes a small appearance when she is questioned by Ebony (series regular Meryl Cassie) about Bray's disappearance in Moz's part of town. Moz swears that her tribe had nothing to do with Bray's departure.

Ari Boyland

Dwayne Cameron

Kelson Henderson

Miriama Smith

Series 3 of "The Tribe" is available on DVD (Non-U.S.)

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