Past Life (2010)
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Bishop plays Ryan McQuaid, a former Navy Seal-turned-private contractor billionaire who forma an uneasy alliance with CIA agent Annie Walker (Piper Perabo). The show is in its fifth season on the USA Network. It's filmed in Colombia and Toronto and will be in production until October.
The La-based Bishop starred in the WB/Fox series Past Life which he won after his first Us audition, secured through Nikki Barrett Casting.
He went on to star in ABC's medical drama Body of Proof and has appeared in CSI, NCIS: La, Hot in Cleveland, Necessary Roughness, Castle and The Glades.
Repped in Australia by Linsten Morris Management, he came back to play Paul Dale in Screentime.s Fat Tony & Co.
Bishop has completed two Us indie films, director Anthony LeFresne.s The Mentor,
Created by Ray McKinnon (The Accountant, Sons of Anarchy‘s Lincoln Potter) and executive-produced by Breaking Bad‘s Mark Johnson and Melissa Benrstein, Rectify follows Daniel Holden (played by Aden Young) as he is released from a 20-year stint on Death Row for the rape and murder of a local girl in a small Georgia town, due to new (if not exonerating) DNA evidence.
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The part of Seeder has gone to Maria Howell, an actor, singer, and voiceover artist.
Per The Hunger Games on Facebook, Howell has appeared in Lifetime’s hit shows “Army Wives” and “Drop Dead Diva”, The CW’s “The Vampire Diaries”, Fox’s “Past Life”, and more as well as the acclaimed theatrical release The Blind Side, starring Sandra Bullock. She now joins the regular cast of the TV series “Revolution,” airing this fall on NBC.
Throughout her singing career, she has shared the musical stage with legendary artists like Nancy Wilson, George Benson, Ray Charles, and Earl Klugh. After a very successful stint in Asia,
Kelli Giddish of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," airing Wednesdays on NBC, manages to look stunning with her blonde hair pulled back and no makeup.
She's in her dressing room at the Chelsea Piers on Manhattan's far west side. Here, at the well-oiled machine that is this show in its 13th season, Giddish plays Detective Amanda Rollins, a transplant from Georgia, which is what Giddish is, albeit with a few stops in between.
She's lived in Texas, California, Georgia and New York. After "Past Life" and "Chase," which didn't make full seasons, she says it's a relief to be on a show with a solid foundation. Still, dealing with people's basest depravities, as each episode does, takes its toll.
"My dreams have become so screwed up,
A- We had over eighty applicants for about twenty five slots. The application process is a two step process. First applicants have to be recommended by current show runners or creative executives. Once they've been recommended, they fill out an application. I review the applications and we end up interviewing about fifty candidates. Out of those fifty candidates we invite approximately twenty five people to participate in the Program. This year's first session was on Saturday, January 14th and it (the program) ran for six consecutive Saturdays.
Q- How long has the Showrunner Training Program been in existence, and can you give the readers a background of its origins?
A- The Showrunner Training Program is the brainchild of writer producer, Jeff Melvoin, who's currently
Also joining the cast, at least on a temporary basis, is Emmy winner (and nominee this year) Andre Braugher. According to Deadline, Braugher will be playing an attorney for the underprivileged in multiple episodes this season. (The number of episodes Braugher will appear in is yet to be announced.) Known best to most as Frank Pembleton on the groundbreaking Homicide: Life on the Street, Braugher's TV credits also include the recently canceled Men of a Certain Age, the FX mini-series Thief, and police-officer-turned-cab-driver drama Hack.
While Chris Meloni enjoys wearing the stars in Superman: Man of Steel, Danny Pino will be making the switch from Cold Case to Svu, while Kelli Giddish (sorry, Jennifer Love Hewitt) joins him after headlining two short-lived series’, Chase and Past Life. I don’t know if it’s just rotten luck with shows or if there’s a serious lack of talent but that’s not an impressive track record for Giddish. Even though Svu is the last of the Law & Order shows still playing, it’s
Pino was just last week mentioned as among the show’s short list to fill the void left by Chris Meloni, who did not ink a new deal to return to the series. On CBS’ Cold Case, he for seven seasons played Senior Detective Scotty Valens.
Svu No Longer Looking to Collar Jennifer Love Hewitt
Giddish, meanwhile, will take on the role once mentioned in the same breath as Jennifer Love Hewitt,
An USA Network rep confirms that "Body of Proof" star, Nicholas Bishop, is guest starring for one episode in the show's inaugural season.
He plays Griffin Page, a dashing former war correspondent who goes on to host his own cable news show. Page seeks treatment from psychotherapist Dani (played by Callie Thorne) after inexplicably cracking up during a somber report and getting suspended from his job.
"[He's modeled] a bit like an Anderson Cooper or Wolf Blitzer," Bishop tells us of the role. "And he basically has a meltdown at the news desk. It's actually pretty funny and the lead [Thorne] kind of starts working with me to get over my issues and to get me back on the news desk."
"It's a great role and
The story, set in 2027, centers on a man who travels back in time to visit Earth before it became not fit to live in an attempt to change the past. The plot is decidedly non-Disney. It seems reasonable to consider it as a typical post apocalyptic time travel project.
In the near future, with the Earth’s surface inhabitable, a small group of survivors pick one man to travel back in time to try and stop the event that caused the destruction. Once he lands in the past, however, overlooks the humanity and egoistically tries to save his beloved sweetheart.
These updates come courtesy of Deadline Hollywood, which, we must admit, has pretty much been owning the casting news this pilot season. Here's the rundown:
- Former "Without a Trace" star Poppy Montgomery is returning to CBS in a drama pilot from one of that show's exec producers, Ed Redlich, and co-writer John Bellucci. She'll play an NYPD detective who's blessed/cursed with the ability to remember absolutely everything.
- Jaime Pressly will star opposite Katie Finneran in Fox's comedy "I Hate My Teenage Daughter." The "My Name Is Earl" Emmy winner will play a mom who fears she's raising a Mean Girl.
- "Prime Suspect" has added Kirk Acevedo ("Fringe"), Joe Nieves ("How I Met Your Mother
"Chase has introduced an appealing new star to television audiences in Kelli Giddish and we think it has potential to grow," said Bromstad. "We also are glad that Chuck will be with us for a full season delivering its loyal, passionate audience."
Chase is averaging a 2.0 rating, 5 share in adults 18-49 and 6.5 million viewers overall in "most current" averages through its first five telecasts this fall. Chase has captured an 18 percent improvement in the time period versus year-ago "most current" results for NBC in 18-49 rating (with a 2.0 rating vs. a 1.7) and a 23 percent gain in total viewers (6.5 million vs. 5.3 million). Chase is heavily time-shifted, adding 21 percent to its "live plus same day" 18-49 rating when Nielsen
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