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Into My Life 

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Episode credited cast:
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Susannah Rexford
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Erika Spalding
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Nikki Westerly
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Derrick Westerly (as Nicholas J. Benson)
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John Berg ...
Max Winters
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Umpire (as Daniel D'Amico)
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Cameron Bale
Alejandra Flores ...
Rosie
Susan Lay ...
Beach Party Girl
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Lifeguard
Nicole Mauffrey ...
Beach Party Girl
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15 June 2004 (USA)  »

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In "Into My Life" when Bradin is singing with Sarah, during the chorus he never looks at the words on the screen, even though he is supposed to have never seen the words before. See more »

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Ava Gregory: Guys! You guys! Bradin didn't come home last night!
Johnny Durant: Well...you know Bradin, He's uh he's gonna be fine
Jay Robertson: Most likely better than fine...
Johnny Durant: You think?
Jay Robertson: Well...
Ava Gregory: Ok, somebody better tell me what's going on!
Jay Robertson: Possibly some very big...stuff.
Ava Gregory: How big?
Johnny Durant: Oh I'd say something you only do once in your lifetime big!
Ava Gregory: Oh my god!
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John Berg as Max
2 July 2008 | by See all my reviews

This is my favorite role that John Berg ever played. He grew his hair long, became the woolly Max Bennett and he was wonderfully wacky as the crazy producer Max. Although the part was short - I thought it reflected the wonderful person he was. Like Max, John was wildly creative, fun, and full of new ideas. John's passion for life really showed through his portrayal of Max. He looked and came across completely naturally in the role - in fact, I think he felt at home in the role. John's love for life (yes, I realize the irony of this statement since he took his life) shone as he played this part. He had been a hippie in real life, and his portrayal of Max used his past to bring the character to life. As I started out - this role, above all, was a GREAT demonstration of John's gift to bring bits of his life into the characters he played.


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