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Network: Amazon Prime VideoEpisodes: Ongoing (hour)Seasons: OngoingTV show dates: February 13, 2015 — presentSeries status: Has not been cancelledPerformers include: Titus Welliver, Jamie Hector, Amy Aquino, Lance Reddick, Madison Lintz, Gregory Scott Cummins, Troy Evans, DaJuan Johnson, Scott Klace, Deji Laray, Steven Cult, John Eddins, Sarah Clarke, and Jeri Ryan.TV show description:Based on the Michael Connelly book series, the Bosch TV show follows dogged Detective Hieronymus 'Harry' Bosch (Welliver), of the Lapd's Hollywood Homicide Division. Although something of a rebel, this military veteran who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan, understands why there are rules, and when to skirt them.The son of a murdered prostitute, Harry was orphaned at a young age. Her murder long went unsolved, because the department and the D.A.'s office »
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Xander Berkeley currently stars in the global phenomena that is The Walking Dead. In the show he plays Gregory, the leader of the Hilltop community who has been butting heads with fan favourite Maggie (Lauren Cohan). It’s not the first time that we’ve seen Berkeley on our screens, he also featured on 24 as George Mason.
But he’s not just made his home on television, he also has a vast and varied film career. Over the years he’s appeared in Candyman, Kick-Ass, Heat, Apollo 13 and Terminator 2, working with the likes of James Cameron, Ron Howard and Michael Mann.
Berkeley was one of several key cast members of The Walking Dead to attend London’s Walker Stalker Con, and we were lucky enough to grab a few minutes with him. We seized the opportunity to find out all about his time on 24, Terminator »
- Kat Hughes
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