Nic Sampson (Chip, Mystic Force) joined fellow PR alum Kimberley Crossman on the New Zealand comedy "Step Dave." Sampson made his debut in the show's second episode, titled "Early Days." As the relationship between the lead characters, Dave & Cara begins to truly take shape, Dave's roommate and best friend Azza finds himself dealing with problems at work. Azza competes with Betty, who shows she's not afraid to get dirty. She plays a prank, telling Azza that it's a theme day at work. When he shows up outside of his business attire, he is reprimanded by their boss Hamish, played by Nic Sampson. The former Yellow Ranger can be seen in the background of scenes at the office throughout the episode. Azza tries to get back at Betty by causing her computer to malfunction. When she claims that it's gotten her fired, he feels bad and confesses to Hamish, who is not pleased to hear about any pranks going on in his office. Betty reveals she never told Hamish about the prank, forcing Azza to get himself into trouble yet again.
Mike Ginn (Gem, RPM) returned to "Flat3" for the web series' fourth episode titled "Flatwarming." The episode finds lead character, Jessica and her flatmates deciding to host a costume-themed flatwarming party. Jessica hopes to get closer to her crush, Jackie Chan, played by Mike Ginn, after he surprises her by accepting the invitation to the party. Jessica pins all her hopes in the upcoming interaction, until Jackie arrives, revealing he has a girlfriend. Jessica's hopes are dashed. Soon, Jackie reveals they have to leave the party due to an emergency. You can watch the full episode on Youtube.
Cerina Vincent (Maya, Lost Galaxy) guest starred on the Comedy Central sitcom "Workaholics" during the show's fourth season. Vincent played the role of Laura in the fifth episode of the season, titled "Three and a Half Men." The episode finds the three main characters attempting to create documentaries to gain some fame. While following their friend Karl around as he researches surgical options, one of the guys, Adam (played by Adam DeVine) runs into Laura, who works at the clinic. Adam is busy trying to start up his own documentary showing his attempt to eat an enormous number of hot dogs. When a small piece falls on the floor, Laura feeds it back to him, leading Adam to gain instant interest in the beautiful woman. Later, when Adam finally gets alone with Laura, she reveals that she's actually transgender man. The revelation that she is still anatomically a man turns Adam off, ending their romance.
Current Pink Ranger, Christina Masterson (Emma, Megaforce) can be seen in commercials for Coca-Cola, promoting their new Sixer pack. Masterson can be seen sitting amongst a group of friends enjoying some food when one of them offers to bring refreshments. Masterson's unnamed character is one of them who agrees to a Coca-Cola. The commercial shows off the new Sixer pack of Coca-Cola, which allows for easier fridge storage. Christina Masterson doesn't have any lines during the 15-second advertisement and can be seen sitting in the center of the group at the beginning and end of the commercial. You can watch the full commercial on Youtube.
Jack Guzman (Danny, Wild Force) returned to "Revenge," playing another small role in law enforcement. Guzman appeared during an episode of the first season as a police officer. For his Season 3 appearance in the episode "Blood," he played a prison guard on patrol when one of lead character Emily Thorne's contacts falls victim to apparent poisoning when he tries skin cream delivered to him in prison. Guzman's unnamed character rushes to the man's cell after hearing him gagging. The prison guard calls for help and for someone to get the cell door open. Most of Guzman's appearance is shown out of focus, as it's presented from the perspective of the victim inside the cell. Ironically, Guzman appeared in the eighteenth episode of the both season one and three of "Revenge." The series has been renewed for a fourth season.
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