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Both Law & Order: Svu and NCIS have cast some minor roles in their respective new seasons. According to Kabookit, Bryan Friday will be playing “Navy Captain Wright” in what appears to be the third episode of Season 9, titled “Nature of the Beast.” Friday has had plenty of minor roles in shows like CSI, Days of Our Lives and even a couple older NCIS episodes. On top of regular acting, Friday also does stunts. He actually does more stunt work than acting. I bet he’s got some pretty awesome scars. And if he does, that means he’s probably picking up more ladies than he can handle. Lucky guy. He’s living the dream while we just sit here and watch.
Less excitingly, Alana Jackler was cast in Svu as… Park Mom. Her episode appears to be called “Yin & Yang.” Jackler isn’t known for much, just some short films. »
- Brody Gibson
A fight ensues in prison where one man is killed. Nick (George Eads) and Ray (Laurence Fishburne) back together again. Nick: "Hate that sound" when the prison gates close. The Warden ((Chris Ellis) suggests they might want to turn their jackets around as half of the men were put here by them. Maybe half of them are here because of Nick, but Ray hasn't been here that long. Ray's unperturbed by them and Nick is ready to face them too. "Let them take a good, long look then." Brass (Paul Guilfoyle) explains the Db was an ex cop, Vance (Bryan Friday) and he worked some cases with him in the past. He had a short fuse. Nick finds multiple stab wounds. Vance killed his wife, Anne Marie (Dina Meyer) who was also a cop. Vance was getting a new trial. There's medical tape on the handle of the shiv so »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Mila Hasan)
2 items from 2011
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