Erin Cahill (Jen, Time Force) recently appeared on the ABC crime drama "Body of Proof." Cahill guest starred in the third season premiere, titled "Abduction: Part 1." The episode finds main character, Dr. Megan Hunt (series star Dana Delaney) returning after a leave of absence stemming from the death of her colleague and friend Peter. The premiere finds Hunt faced with a police officer from her past, a serial killer targeting military vets, and Peter's replacement, Charlotte Tilney, played by Erin Cahill. The former Pink Ranger appears in several scenes early in the episode, as she gets the cold shoulder from Dr. Hunt upon their first meeting. She sends Charlotte to get her breakfast, instead of accompanying her to a crime scene, and Dr. Hunt later points out Charlotte's deficiencies by confronting her with medical questions that catch her off-guard. Charlotte quits the job and Cahill is last scene packing up her things, after only two days on the job.
Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) recently appeared on the USA Network crime drama "White Collar." Robinson guest starred in the thirteenth episode of the show's fourth season, titled "Empire City," playing the role of Angelo Wells, a taxi driver. The episode finds main characters, Neal & Peter trying to track down stolen medallions, which they believe are going to be sold out of The Cotton Club, a lounge preparing to re-open under the ownership of brothers Delmar & Angelo. As the investigation continues, they realize that only one of the brothers may be fencing stolen goods. Delmar (played by guest star Bill Bellamy), an ex-con, turns out to be the innocent party but gets caught in his brother's crime when he's left to make a delivery of the medallions on the club's opening night. Neal & Peter go out of their way to try to keep Delmar out of the deal, setting Angelo up to handle things himself, which leads to his arrest. Keith Robinson appeared in three scenes of the episode. This episode of "White Collar" reunited Bill Bellamy with series star Tiffani Thiessen. The duo starred together on the action series "Fastlane," which featured PR alums Ilia Volok and Brad Hawkins.
Season 4 of "White Collar" currently airs on USA Network
Jack Guzman (Danny, Wild Force) made a brief appearance on the FOX drama "Touch," during the third episode of the show's second season, titled "Enemy of My Enemy." Credited as 'Big Man,' Jack appears in one scene opposite main character, Martin Bohm, played by series star Kiefer Sutherland. When Martin shows up for a meeting with the mysterious Calvin Norburg (played by Lukas Haas), Guzman's character is waiting for him at the door. Guzman leads Martin into a shooting range area, where Calvin is waiting. Guzman appears on-screen for only a few seconds and has only one line. He's the second PR alum to be featured on the blog for appearing on "Touch." David de Lautour appeared in two episodes during Season 1.
John Tui (Doggie Cruger, SPD; Daggeron, Mystic Force) played a major supporting role in the action epic "Battleship." Tui starred as Chief Petty Officer Walter Lynch, a crewman aboard the USS John Paul Jones, a navy battleship that must contend with alien invasion forces, who attack Earth via the ocean during international training exercises, which force rookie lieutenant, Alex Hopper (played by Taylor Kitsch), to overcome his bad reputation and take command to combat the alien armada. Tui's character, nicknamed 'The Beast,' is a friend of Hopper and when he accompanies him and weapons specialist Raikes (played by Rihanna) to make explore the odd ships in the water, the trio watches helplessly as their fleet is practically crippled. Beast helps Hopper pull himself together after the death of his officer brother so that he can assume command. John Tui appears throughout the film, as Beast works in the engine room about the John Paul Jones, when the aliens infiltrate the ship, attempting to disable it. Beast tries to stop the creature, but is pummeled in return. Beast survives the ordeal, helping Hopper mount a final assault after the John Paul Jones is destroyed. They take command of a retired navy battleship, and with the help of its retired vets put the ship back into service long enough to make a difference in the battle. In the end, Beast, along with his comrades, are awarded for their courage in the face of the alien threat. A full zip of John Tui's screencaps are available to download below.
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