Friday, October 26, 2007

Hilary Shepard Turner in "Going Shopping" (2005)

"Going Shopping" is an independent film about a clothing designer struggling to save her small boutique. She holds a hectic weekend sale, which leads to exploration into the shopping addictions of several Beverly Hills women. Hilary Shepard Turner (Divatox, Turbo-Space) appears as one of these women. Her character, Judy, is interviewed in the shop about her shopping habits and she is also seen amongst the frenzied shoppers in the film's climax. Turner appears in several scenes of the film.

"Going Shopping" is available on DVD

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Michael Copon on "One Tree Hill" - 3 (2004)

Former Blue Ranger, Michael Copon (Lucas, Time Force) continued his recurring role as Felix Taggaro on the teen drama "One Tree Hill." In the sixth episode of the season, "We Might as Well Be Strangers," Felix begins a 'friends with benefits' relationship with Brooke (series regular Sophia Bush). Felix's familial connection with Anna (played by Daniella Alonso) is also revealed to his rival, Lucas (series regular Chad Michael Murray). Copon appeared in several scenes of the episode, which marks his third appearance on "One Tree Hill."

Season 2 of "One Tree Hill" is available on DVD

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Nakia Burrise on "Samantha Who?" (2007)

Nakia Burrise (Tanya, MMPR-Turbo) made a brief guest appearance on the new ABC comedy series "Samantha Who." Burrise portrayed Dr. Kerry Hall in the show's pilot episode. Her character's name comes from the show's closing credits, as she was not addressed by her full name during the episode. Burrise appears in one scene opposite series stars Christina Applegate, Jean Smart, Kevin Dunn & Melissa McCarthy. Given her small role, there aren't many screencaps of the appearance.

"Samantha Who?" currently airs on ABC

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Firass Dirani on "Kick" - 3 (2007)

Firass Dirani (Nick/Bowen, Mystic Force) continued in his recurring role as Amen Salim on the New Zealand comedy series "Kick," into its fifth episode. In "Get it While You Can," one of the series' main characters Hoa Tran (played by Anh Do) is attempting to open his own restaurant, to feature cuisine from all over the world. He enlists his friend Amen's help to get funding after he finds the perfect venue for his business venture. Dirani appeared in two scenes of the episode.

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Jorgito Vargas Jr. in "Max Havoc: Ring of Fire" (2006)

Jorgito Vargas Jr. (Blake, Ninja Storm) appeared in a supporting role in the direct-to-video feature "Max Havoc: Ring of Fire." The film, which is a sequel to "Max Havoc: Curse of the Dragon," follows the life of former kickboxing champion Max Havoc (played by Mickey Hardt) who becomes a sports photographer. While traveling on a shoot, Max stumbles upon a crime ring led by Roger Tarso (played by Dean Cain). Vargas plays Ramone, one of Tarso's thugs who flees a fight against Havoc, which leads Tarso to order his death. Vargas appeared in several scenes. A full zip is available for download below.

"Max Havoc: Ring of Fire" is available on DVD

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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Ilia Volok on "Burn Notice" (2007)

Ilia Volok (Master Org/Viktor Adler, Wild Force) guest starred on USA Network's freshman drama "Burn Notice." As the first screencap will tell you, Volok played the role of Jan Haseck, a Czech assassin who comes looking for the series' main character, Michael Westen (played by Jeffrey Donovan). Volok appears in several scenes of the episode as his character follows, watches, stalks and shoots at Westen throughout the episode. While it's not shown on-screen, it is revealed at the end of the episode that Volok's character was found dead in his jail cell.

"Burn Notice" currently airs on USA Network

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