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‘Beverly Hills 90210’ Co-Star Ian Ziering Will Play The Blue Devil On ‘Swamp Thing’

‘Beverly Hills 90210’ Co-Star Ian Ziering Will Play The Blue Devil On ‘Swamp Thing’
Ian Ziering, best remembered as Steve Sanders on Beverly Hills 90210, is joining the cast of the upcoming DC Universe series Swamp Thing in the recurring guest star role of a Hollywood has-been Daniel Cassidy, a.k.a. the Blue Devil.

Ziering’s extensive film and TV credits include the Sharknado series, Melrose Place, CSI: NY, What. I Like About You and Endless Love.Ziering also competed on the fourth season of the ABC hit series Dancing with the Stars.

The official character description for Ziering’s character: “Stuntman turned movie star, Daniel Cassidy became semi-famous after playing the demonic Blue Devil. But now, eight years later, Cassidy finds himself living out his days in frustration, pining for his former fame while on a collision course with destiny.”

The Blue Devil character was introduced in the pages of DC Comics in 1984 and got his own series that same year. It lasted for 31 monthly issues.
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‘Lost’ Actor Eric Lange Discusses New Role in Showtime’s ‘Escape at Dannemora’

  • Variety
‘Lost’ Actor Eric Lange Discusses New Role in Showtime’s ‘Escape at Dannemora’
Eric Lange has logged decades of credits, including roles in “Lost,” “CSI: NY” and “Weeds,” but he says his favorite role is in Showtime’s “Escape at Dannemora,” which bows Nov. 18. Lange plays Lyle Mitchell, husband of the real-life woman who aided two inmates in their escape from the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, N.Y. “It was such a transformation that I wasn’t Eric in any sense,” Lange says.

In “Escape at Dannemora,” you’re playing a real person. Did you meet him?

His take on the whole thing is that the media ruined his family’s life. We did due diligence and asked to talk, but he didn’t want to, and I respect that. When you’re playing a real person and you meet them, sometimes there’s an expectation that you’re going to [get guidance about] how they would like to see themselves. What I see as
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Cinedigm Recruits Max Martini, Omari Hardwick, Gary Sinise Military Drama ‘Sgt. Will Gardner’

  • Deadline
Exclusive: Cinedigm has obtained the North American distribution rights to Sgt. Will Gardner, written and directed by Max Martini, who also stars in the drama alongside Power‘s Omari Hardwick, Lily Rabe (American Horror Story), Dermot Mulroney (August: Osage County), Robert Patrick (Terminator 2), Elisabeth Röhm (Law & Order), JoBeth Williams (Poltergeist) and Gary Sinise (CBS’s CSI: NY). The pic will get a day-and-date theatrical and digital release in January.

Highlighting the post-war obstacles veterans face, the film follows Iraq War vet Will Gardner (Martini) who suffers from severe Ptsd and a traumatic brain injury (Tbi), which he sustained when he and his platoon, led by his fellow soldier and best friend, Tops (Hardwick), came under attack. Enduring painful flashbacks and humiliating setbacks in the present, Will sets out on a journey to reconcile with his young son and ex-wife (Röhm). Along the way, he encounters other veterans and
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Campaign for Black Male Achievement's 10th Anniversary Gala Honors George Soros

The Campaign for Black Male Achievement (Cbma) holds its 10th Anniversary Gala: Black Male Reimagined on October 18, 2018, honoring George Soros, Tonya Allen and John W. Rogers for their leadership in advancing life outcomes for boys and men of color.

Actor, author and philanthropist Hill Harper will host.

“We are thrilled to recognize visionary leaders George Soros, Tonya Allen and John W. Rogers along with host Hill Harper at Cbma’s Black Male Reimagined Gala,” said Cbma CEO Shawn Dove. “We look forward to our continued partnership with leaders transforming America into a place of promise for Black men and boys.”

Launched in 2008 as an initiative of the Open Society Foundations, Cbma stretched into a decade of accelerating investments, strategies and asset-based narratives for Black men and boys. Cbma grew the field of Black male achievement to more than 8,000 individual and organizational members, catalyzing over $320 million and six national initiatives.

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Paul John Vasquez Dies; Sons of Anarchy Actor Was 48

Former Sons of Anarchy actor, Paul John Vasquez, has died of an apparent heart attack on Monday night, according to TMZ.

He was 48.

“This news has come as a surprise to us," a spokesperson for Paul said in a statement obtained by Fox News.

“Our hearts are heavy. He was a kind, creative and loving man. He will be missed.”

TMZ is reporting that Paul's father found him unconscious. Despite efforts by paramedics to revive him, he died at the scene.

The official cause of death has yet to be determined, but an investigation is underway to find out what really happened.

Vasquez is probably best known for his two-episode stint on FX's Sons of Anarchy which aired in 2011.

He played Angel Ganz.

Born and raised in San Jose, California, Vasquez also had small roles on NYPD Blue, CSI: NY, and How I Met Your Mother.

He was working
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Paul John Vasquez Dies: The ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Actor Was 48

  • Deadline
Paul John Vasquez Dies: The ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Actor Was 48
Known for appearing in the FX series Sons of Anarchy, actor Paul John Vasquez died Monday in San Jose, Calif. from unknown causes. He was 48.

According to multiple reports, Vasquez was found dead at his father’s home. His father found him unconscious and called the paramedics. He was unable to be revived. The cause of death is currently being investigated.

He was born and raised in San Jose, Calif. After graduating in 1988, he moved to Los Angeles where he went on to pursue a career in acting.

In addition to portraying the character of Angel Ganz in two episodes of Sons of Anarchy, Vasquez appeared in numerous TV series including ER, CSI: NY, NYPD Blue, Justified, and How I Met Your Mother. Prior to that, his credits include various classic TV shows such as Simon & Simon and 21 Jump Street. He is also credited as a producer of the documentary
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CBS' FBI Premiere: Grade It!

After bringing cops, lawyers, firefighters and doctors to NBC, Dick Wolf’s TV empire now includes special agents with the launch of CBSFBI. Does the prolific producer have another hit on his hands?

Tuesday’s series premiere begins with a giant apartment building explosion in the Bronx, which kills several tenants, including a small boy. After talking to the child’s distraught mother, Special Agent Maggie Bell (Rookie Blue‘s Missy Peregrym) can’t get the kid out of her head. Her partner, Special Agent Omar Adom “Oa” Zidan (24: Legacy‘s Zeeko Zaki), offers an ear if she’d like to talk,
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'Sons of Anarchy' Actor Paul John Vasquez Dead at 48

  • TMZ
'Sons of Anarchy' Actor Paul John Vasquez Dead at 48
Paul John Vasquez -- who played a bunch of minor roles in huge TV shows, including "Sons of Anarchy," "NYPD Blue" and "CSI: NY" -- has died ... TMZ has learned. Sources close to Vasquez tell TMZ ... Vasquez died Monday night from an apparent heart attack at his father's home in San Jose. We're told his dad found him unconscious and paramedics were called but they were unable to revive him. The cause of death is still under investigation.
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Cassandra Jean Amell Joins Arrowverse Crossover as Mr. Freeze's Wife

Cassandra Jean Amell Joins Arrowverse Crossover as Mr. Freeze's Wife
The Arrowverse crossover is keeping it in the family with its latest addition: Cassandra Jean Amell — the real-life wife of Arrow lead Stephen Amell — will play Nora Fries, the wife of the classic DC Comics villain Mr. Freeze, in the multi-show event, TVLine has learned.

Will the baddie Mr. Freeze himself be appearing in the crossover? A spokesperson for Warner Bros. TV tells TVLine that the extremely chill villain, who on Gotham for example has been played by Nathan Darrow, will not be making an appearance. (Arnold Schwarzenegger also took on the cool role in the 1997 movie Batman & Robin.
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Richard Gleason Cast as Victor's Brother, Matt Miller, on The Young & The Restless

It’s a family reunion when Victor’s brother, Matt Miller, returns to The Young & The Restless, this time played by Richard Gleason. The actor teased his appearance with a dressing room selfie, though at the time he wasn’t able to reveal what he was actually working on. “Deep in the bowels of CBS in my dressing room,” he shared. “Four episode arc. Super hush hush. Not allowed to say.” View this post on Instagram Deep in the bowels of CBS - in my dressing room - 4 episode arc - super hush hush - not allowed to say. Watch this space .. A post shared by Richard Gleason (@richardmgleason) on Sep 7, 2018 at 12:27pm Pdt Viewers might recognize Gleason from his many primetime appearances guesting on series like Frasier, Las Vegas, CSI: NY, 2 Broke Girls, and Criminal Minds. More recently, he had a recurring role as a French professor in This Is Us.
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The Actor Who Plays Mayans Mc's Ez Had a Role in One of Your Favorite Teen Movies

Image Source: FX

The Sons of Anarchy spinoff, Mayans Mc, is getting plenty of buzz, and you might be wondering why Jd Pardo, who plays Ezekiel "Ez" Reyes, looks a bit familiar. He's not a household name quite yet, but if you're a fan of a few not-so-popular fantasy or sci-fi titles or of a very popular Hulu teen show, that might be why he has a face you recognize.

If you grew up slightly obsessed with A Cinderella Story - and, be honest, who didn't? - you most definitely came across Pardo in one of his earliest roles. He played Ryan, one of Austin's (Chad Michael Murray) jock friends. After that, Pardo popped up in a slew of other teen-oriented projects during the mid 2000s. He had guest spots on Veronica Mars and The Oc and a two-episode arc on the revived 90210 in 2010.

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The Actor Who Plays Mayans Mc's Ez Had a Role in One of Your Favorite Teen Movies

  • Popsugar
The Actor Who Plays Mayans Mc's Ez Had a Role in One of Your Favorite Teen Movies
Image Source: FX

The Sons of Anarchy spinoff, Mayans Mc, is getting plenty of buzz, and you might be wondering why Jd Pardo, who plays Ezekiel "Ez" Reyes, looks a bit familiar. He's not a household name quite yet, but if you're a fan of a few not-so-popular fantasy or sci-fi titles or of a very popular Hulu teen show, that might be why he has a face you recognize.

If you grew up slightly obsessed with A Cinderella Story - and, be honest, who didn't? - you most definitely came across Pardo in one of his earliest roles. He played Ryan, one of Austin's (Chad Michael Murray) jock friends. After that, Pardo popped up in a slew of other teen-oriented projects during the mid 2000s. He had guest spots on Veronica Mars and The Oc and a two-episode arc on the revived 90210 in 2010.

Image Source: Everett Collection

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New Grey’s Anatomy Season 15 Is Bringing Back Someone Very Close To Meredith Grey

Hey "Grey's Anatomy" fans. Wow, the new season 15 reports just keep on flowing these days. We've got another brand new piece of intel to share with you guys for the upcoming season. It turns out that the producers are bringing back someone who is pretty close to Meredith. In fact, this person is family to Meredith. According to recent report from the folks over at Entertainment Weekly, They are bringing back Meredith's father Thatcher Grey. He will be played by the same actor Jeff Perry. This couldn't come at a better time for Jeff because he just recently become unemployed from the now defunct "Scandal" show. He played character Cyrus Beene in Scandal. It's currently not yet known how many season 15 episodes Thatcher will appear in, or what his storyline will entail. However, the folks over at TV Line have a theory that Thatcher could be in a very emotional
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‘The Man In The High Castle’: Frances Turner, Clé Bennett & Rich Ting Join Season 4 Of Amazon Series

  • Deadline
‘The Man In The High Castle’: Frances Turner, Clé Bennett & Rich Ting Join Season 4 Of Amazon Series
Frances Turner (The Gifted) is set as a series regular and Clé Bennett (Homeland) and Rich Ting (NCIS: Los Angeles) have booked recurring roles on the fourth season of Amazon’s Emmy-winning drama series The Man in the High Castle.

Developed by Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files) based on Philip K. Dick’s award-winning 1962 alternate history novel, The Man in the High Castle explores what would have happened if the Allied Powers had lost World War II.

Turner will play Bell Mallory. Bell has escaped from a Nazi concentration camp into the Japanese Pacific States, where she meets Elijah (Bennett), a militant Black nationalist. Together the couple become members of a cell in the Bcr, an urban guerrilla movement dedicated to the liberation of African-Americans. Ting will play Captain Iijima, a driven, ambitious young detective in the Kempeitai and Kido’s close deputy.

Season four will go into production later
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‘FBI’ Ep Dick Wolf Talks Avoiding Politics On CBS Drama, Showrunner & Cast Changes, Potential Spinoffs – TCA

  • Deadline
FBI executive producer and TV Godfather of the procedural said Sunday morning he was excited to be at TCA with a CBS show in “long, long time.” And by that, he was referring to the short-lived 1997 series Feds. But with FBI, Wolf brings a new look at the bureau that has been under attack by Donald Trump for obvious reasons. Even so, Wolf is looking to not politicize the new series which will debut on Sept. 20.

Wolf, who was joined on the stage by series stars Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Ebonee Noel, and Jeremy Sisto, said that he has avoided politically-driven shows. “If you do that, 50% of the audience is pissed off from the first frame,” he said.

With FBI, Wolf said he fulfilled a dream, having been in close relationship to the bureau from a very young age. His uncle was in the FBI and he idolized him and the agents.
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‘Grey’s Anatomy’: Chris Carmack To Recur On ABC Medical Drama As New Surgeon

  • Deadline
‘Grey’s Anatomy’: Chris Carmack To Recur On ABC Medical Drama As New Surgeon
Nashville’s Chris Carmack is returning to ABC. In his first acting gig since his six-season run on the country music drama series, Carmack has been tapped for a recurring role on the upcoming 15th season of ABC’s venerable medical drama Grey’s Anatomy.

Carmack will play an orthopedic surgeon who comes to work at Grey Sloan Memorial and is known as an “Ortho God.”

Carmack portrayed country crooner Will Lexington on Nashville, which last week wrapped its six-season run. Carmack started as a recurring guest star in Season 1 and quickly was promoted to series regular. Will has became one of the show’s fan favorite characters, breaking ground with the depiction of a gay country artist overcoming stigma and coming out. Nashville started on ABC where it aired for four seasons before moving to Cmt. Grey’s producer ABC Studios co-produced the music drama with Lionsgate TV.

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Sela Ward Lands Lead Role on FBI

Sela Ward is returning to CBS

The esteemed actress has joined the cast of the network's upcoming fall drama, FBI, Deadline reports. 

While little details have been revealed about who Ward will be playing on the new drama, the report confirms that she will be playing a different character to that of Connie Nielsen, who exited the series after the pilot. 

Ward joins a cast that includes Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Jeremy Sisto and Ebonée Noel. 

The show is a fast-paced drama about the inner workings of the FBI. 

Related: FBI Trailer: Missy Peregrym Is Back!

It comes from Dick Wolf, the mega-producer behind both the Law & Order franchise and the Chicago franchise. Both of which are currently still going strong at NBC

That means he's branching out with this series by taking it over to CBS. The first trailer was released earlier this year, and we think it's fair to say,
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Sela Ward to Co-Star in CBS’ Dick Wolf Drama ‘FBI’

  • The Wrap
CBS has cast Sela Ward as its new co-lead for its upcoming procedural drama from Dick Wolf, “FBI.”

Ward will join the series during its second episode as Dana Mosier. Ward fills the void left by Connie Nielsen, who co-starred in the pilot but she will be playing a different character. The cast includes Missy Peregrym, Jeremy Sisto, Zeeko Zaki and Ebonee Noel.

The series explores the inner-workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Also Read: Watch Trailers for CBS' New Fall TV shows: 'Murphy Brown,' 'FBI' and 'The Neighborhood' (Videos)

Ward is no stranger to procedural dramas, having co-starred as Jo Danville on “CSI: NY” for its final three seasons. Most recently, Ward had a guest role on HBO’s “Westworld” as Juliet, the wife of Ed Harris’ Man in Black/William character.

Craig Turk will write and executive produce.
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Sela Ward Joins Cast of CBS' FBI

Sela Ward Joins Cast of CBS' FBI
Two-time Emmy winner Sela Ward is coming back to CBS: The CSI: NY veteran has joined the cast of the Eye network’s new fall drama FBI, our sister site Deadline reports.

Ward will be introduced in Episode 2 as Dana Mosier — and though no character details are available, Dana is expected to take over as boss of the New York FBI office, replacing departing cast member Connie Nielsen’s character Ellen. (Nielsen exited the series back in May after co-starring in the pilot.)

Related CBS Fall Premiere Dates: Big Bang, Magnum P.I., Murphy Brown and More

FBI, from mega producer Dick Wolf,
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‘FBI’: Sela Ward To Co-Star On New CBS Series From Dick Wolf

  • Deadline
Exclusive: Former CSI: NY star Sela Ward is returning to CBS with a co-starring role on the network’s upcoming drama series FBI, from Law & Order and Chicago franchise chief Dick Wolf.

Ward replaces Connie Nielsen who co-starred in the pilot though this is not a straight recasting as Ward will play a new character that will be introduced in Episode 2.

FBI, a co-production between Universal Television and CBS TV Studios, chronicles the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Nielsen played Ellen, the FBI Special Agent in Charge. There are no details yet on Ward’s character, Dana Mosier, but she is expected to be in a similar position as the team’s boss.

FBI also stars Missy Peregrym, Zeeko Zaki, Jeremy Sisto and Ebonée Noel. Craig Turk wrote the pilot episode and will serve as executive producer/showrunner.

Wolf, Arthur W. Forney
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