Monday, April 20, 2015

Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman Cast: Where are They Now?



Info derived from imdb. Only movies/shows 2012-on noted by name. Only actors in 5+ episodes noted. Only original Bionic Woman series cast noted for now.

Six Million Dollar Man
Lee Majors (Steve Austin): in Toxin: 700 Days Left on Earth (2015), Do You Believe? (2015), AXI: Avengers of eXtreme Illusions (2 episodes 2015), The Gift (2014), The Legend of DarkHorse County (2014), Raising Hope (2 episodes 2013-2014), Dallas (3 episodes 2013), Matt's Chance (2013), CSI: NY (1 episode 2012), Crash & Burn (2012), Spring Break '83 (nd) completed; Almosting It (2015) in post-production; The Unknown Son (nd) announced; as Self: The Five (1 episode 2013), Fashion News Live (1 episode 2013); as Self, filming: The Time Machinists (2015).
Richard Anderson (Oscar Goldman): last known acting role in 1998; as Self: Anatomy of a Film (2014), Talent Watch (1 episode 2013), Beyond the Marquee (1 episode 2012); as Self, post-production Classic Hollywood Cinemas (2015).
Martin E. Brooks (Dr. Rudy Wells): last known acting role in 1996, as Self in 2011.
Lindsay Wagner (Jaime Sommers): in Warehouse 13 (3 episodes 2012-2014), The Thanksgiving House (2013), Who Killed Soul Glow? (2012), Scruples (2012); Wi Na Go (2013) completed; as Self: Mama Mae: The Life and Music of Mae Boren Axton (2015), Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines (2012).
Alan Oppenheimer (Dr. Rudy Wells): in Adventure Time with Finn & Jake (1 episode 2014), Foxcatcher (2014), Shin hikari shinwa: Parutena no kagami (2012 video game); as Self: TV's Nastiest Villains (2014), Toy Masters (2012).
Quinn K. Redeker (various): in Big Miracle (2012); Toilet Talk (nd) in pre-production; as Writer, announced: Manifest Destiny (nd).
Than Wyenn (various): died in 2014.

The Bionic Woman
Lindsay Wagner, Richard Anderson, Martin E. Brooks, Lee Majors: as above
Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin): died in 2005.
Sam Chew Jr. (Mark Russell): last known acting role in 1998.
Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan): Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (2015 video game), Care Bears: Welcome to Care-a-Lot (1 episode 2012).
Martha Scott (Helen Elgin): died in 2003.
Christopher Stone (Chris Williams): died in 1995.


Power Play TV Series Cast: Where are They Now?



I realize this one will have limited appeal, but It what I’m interested in.
Info derived from imdb. Only movies/shows 2012-on noted by name. Only actors in 5+ episodes noted.

Michael Riley (Brett Parker): in Willed to Kill (2012), My Mother's Secret (2012).
Kari Matchett (Colleen Blessed): in Murdoch Mysteries (1 episode 2015), Covert Affairs (75 episodes 2010-2014), Elementary (1 episode 2013), The Horses of McBride (2012), Covert Affairs: Sights Unseen (2012 video and unknown episodes 2012), The Riverbank (2012), Saving Hope (1 episode 2012), Leverage (1 episode 2012); as Self: Katie Chats (1 episode 2014).
Dean McDermott (Mark Simpson): in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (1 episode 2014); as Executive Producer: True Tori (2 episodes 2014, 8 as Self), True Tori: True Confessions (2014; also Self), Tori & Dean: Inn Love (5 episodes 2012, 6 as Self 2012-2013); as Self: Chopped Canada (40 episodes 2014-2015), Hell's Kitchen (1 episode 2015), The Dr. Oz Show (1 episode 2014), Today (1 episode 2014), Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever (1 episode 2014), E! News (1 episode 2014), Entertainment Tonight (2 episodes 2014), The Insider (1 episode 2014), Extra (1 episode 2014), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2013), E! Entertainment Special: Tori Spelling (2013), Guy's Big Bite (1 episode 2013), Home & Family (10 episodes 2012-2013), Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off (6 episodes 2013).
Caterina Scorsone (Michelle Parker): in Grey’s Anatomy (25 episodes 2012-2015), The November Man (2014), Private Practice (62 episodes 2010-2013); as Self: 17th Annual PRISM Showcase (2013), Syfy 20th Anniversary Special (2012), Private Practice: The Practice of Parenthood (2012), 16th Annual Prism Awards (2012).
Gordon Pinsent (Duff McArdle): in Pirate's Passage (2015), Big News from Grand Rock (2014), Babar and the Adventures of Badou (7 episodes 2012-2013), The Grand Seduction (2013), Satisfaction (1 episode 2013), Nuts, Nothing and Nobody (2013), Republic of Doyle (5 episodes 2012-2013), Sex After Kids (2013), Life Doesn't Frighten Me (2012), Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town (2012), Night Light (2012), Flight of the Butterflies (2012); Typesetter Blues (2012) completed; as Self: Katie Chats (1 episode 2014), The Polar Sea (unknown episodes 2014), Doreen Brownstone: Still Working After 90 (2014), The Morning Show (1 episode 2013), George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (1 episode 2012).
Jonathan Rannells ('Terminal' Todd Maplethorpe): last known acting role in 2004; as Writer/Director/Producer: Ruby Booby (2015); as Story: Eddie (2012); as Writer, pre-production: Stand the Gaff (nd)
Krista Bridges (Rose Thornton): in Republic of Doyle (19 episodes 2012-2014), The Christmas Switch (2014), Saving Hope (1 episode 2014), The Colossal Failure of the Modern Relationship (2014), The Rick Mercer Report (1 episode 2013), Haven (1 episode 2013), Hannibal (1 episode 2013), Nikita (1 episode 2013), Molly Maxwell (2013), Brainwashed (1 episode 2013), XIII: The Series (1 episode 2012), House at the End of the Street (2012), The Lesser Blessed (2012), The Listener (1 episode 2012), Rookie Blue (1 episode 2012), The Wife He Met Online (2012), Your Side of the Bed (2012); Deadly Voltage (2015) completed; Coconut Hero (2015) in post-production.
Lori Alter (Renata D'Alessandro): in Make Your Move (2013), House at the End of the Street (2012).
Neil Crone (Coach Harry Strand): in Remedy (1 episode 2015), Murdoch Mysteries (2 episodes 2013-2014), One Starry Christmas (2014), The Stanley Dynamic (1 episode c2014), Midnight Masquerade (2014), The Strain (1 episode 2014), Pushers (2014), Republic of Doyle (1 episode 2013), Rookie Blue (1 episode 2013), Really Me (26 episodes 2011-2013), A Very Larry Christmas (2013), XIII: The Series (1 episode 2012), Saving Hope (1 episode 2012), Little Mosque (11 episodes 2012), King (1 episode 2012); George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (1 episode 2012).
Normand Bissonnette ('Shakey' Al Tremblay): in Trauma (1 episode 2014), Chabotte et fille (2 episodes 2012).
Rob Faulds (Play-by-Play Announcer): no other known acting roles.
Mark Lutz (Jukka Branny-Acke): in Transporter: The Series (1 episode 2014), E.M.S. (2014; also Writer/Producer), Finding Christmas (2013), King & Maxwell (1 episode 2013), Mayday (1 episode 2013), Flashpoint (2 episodes 2012); as Self: Tweet Out (1 episode 2013).
Fiona Highet (Ryanne Simpson): in All She Wants 2 (2015), Bitten (8 episodes 2014), Foxed! (2013), Picture Day (2012); Sisters (2013) completed; as Junior Story Editor: Saving Hope (9 episodes 2014, as Writer 2 2014-2015).
Jennifer Dale (Samantha Robbins): in So You Said Yes (2015), A Wish Come True (2015), Lost Girl (1 episode 2014), The Big Fat Stone (2014), Suits (1 episode 2013), Pixel Paint the Night: The Window Series (2012); The Dark Stranger (2015), Captive Love (2015) completed; Duse and Me (2016; also Producer/Co-Writer) in pre-production.
Jonathan Crombie (Hudson James): died in 2015; in The Good Wife (1 episode 2015), Russian Broadway Shut Down (2014), Cottage Country (2013); as Writer/Director/Producer/Self: Waiting for Ishtar (2015).
David Keeley (Bud Travis): in Murdoch Mysteries (1 episode 2015), Republic of Doyle (1 episode 2014), The Listener (1 episode 2013), Saving Hope (1 episode 2013), Cracked (1 episode 2013), Haven (1 episode 2012), The Barrens (2012), Copper (5 episodes 2012).
Tanja Jacobs (SM3 Regan Sexsmith): last known acting role in 2005, as Background ADR Performer in 2011.
Johanna Black (Andrea): last known acting role in 2009).
Don Cherry (Jake Nelson): in Mickey Mouse (1 episode 2013), The Magic Hockey Skates (2012); as Self: Father of Hockey (2014), George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (2 episodes 2012); imdb doesn’t list all his Hockey Night in Canada appearances but he should be listed as Self through 2015.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

The Prisoner Recurring Actors and Number Two Actors: Where are They Now?



Info derived from imdb (and a little from Wikipedia). Only movies/shows 2012-on noted by name. Only actors in 3+ episodes noted, plus actors who played Number 2, normally the main adversary of each episode.

Recurring Actors, 3 or More Episodes
Patrick McGoohan (Number Six): died in 2009.
Angelo Muscat (The Butler): died in 1977.
Peter Swanwick (Supervisor): died in 1968.
Fenella Fielding (Loudspeaker Announcer): in Skins (1 episode 2012); as Self: Carry on Forever (1 episode 2015).
Leo McKern (Number Two/Former Number Two): see below.
Christopher Benjamin (Labour Exchange Manager/Number Two's Assistant/Potter): last known acting role in 2011.
Michael Miller (Man in Buggy/Number Ninety-Three/The Delegate): last known acting role in 1982.
Alexis Kanner (The Kid/Photographer/Chief's voice/Number Forty Eight): died in 2003.
Frank Maher (Number Six/Number Twelve/Third Gunman): died in 2007.
Pauline Chamberlain (Villager/Party Guest/Woman at Ceremony): last known acting role in 1974.

Number Two Actors
Guy Doleman (Arrival): died in 1996.
George Baker (Arrival): died in 2011.
Leo McKern (The Chimes of Big Ben, Once Upon a Time, Fall Out): died in 2002.
Colin Gordon (A. B. and C.; The General): died in 1972.
Eric Portman (Free for All): died in 1969.
Rachel Herbert (Free for All): last known acting role in 1994.
Anton Rodgers (The Schizoid Man): died in 2007.
Georgina Cookson (Many Happy Returns): died in 2011.
Mary Morris (Dance of the Dead): died in 1988.
Peter Wyngarde (Checkmate): last known acting role in 1994; as Self: Timeshift (1 episode 2014).
Patrick Cargill (Hammer into Anvil): died in 1996.
Andre Van Gyseghem (It’s Your Funeral): died in 1979.
Derren Nesbitt (It’s Your Funeral): in Home for Christmas (2014), Run for Your Wife (2012); as Self: The Greatest Ever War Films (2014).
John Sharp (A Change of Mind): died in 1992.
Clifford Evans (Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling): died in 1985.
David
David Bauer (Living in Harmony): died in 1973.
Kenneth Griffith (The Girl Who Was Death): died in 2006.

Star Trek Original Series Cast: Where are They Now?



Info derived from imdb. Only movies/shows 2012-on noted by name. Only actors in 8+ episodes noted. Actors with an asterix also in Star Trek: The Animated Series.

Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock)*: died in 2015; in Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), Zambezia (2012), Fringe (3 episodes 2012), Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance (2012 video game), The Big Bang Theory (1 episode 2012); as Self: An Epix Exclusive Conversation with Leonard Nimoy (2014), To Be Takei (2014), The Evolution of Stem Cell Research (2014), The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers (2013), The Culture Show (1 episode 2013), The True Story (1 episode 2013), Paul Mazursky's: It's All Crap (2013), The Daily Show (1 episode 2012), Hava Nagila: The Movie (2012).
William Shatner (Captain James T. Kirk)*: in A Christmas Horror Story (2015), Hot in Cleveland (1 episode 2013), The Captains Close Up (1 episode 2013, 2 as Executive Producer, 1 as Director), At Fenway (2013), Escape from Planet Earth (2013), Rookie Blue (1 episode 2012), Psych (1 episode 2012); The Sunday Horse (2015) completed; Baby, Baby, Baby (2015) in post-production; as Writer/Self: William Shatner Presents: Chaos on the Bridge (2014; also Executive Producer/Director), Shatner's World... We Just Live in It... (2013), Still Kicking (2013; also Executive Producer/Director); as Executive Producer/Director/Self: Get a Life! (2012); as Self: Tom Felton Meets the Superfans (2015), Hell[‘s Kitchen (1 episode 2015), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (17 episodes 2012-2015), Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf (2 episodes 2012-2015), Mike and Mike in the Morning (1 episode 2014), The Shatner Project (unknown episodes 2014), Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2015), Today (1 episode 2014), Loose Women (1 episode 2014), Lorraine (1 episode 2014), Hubertusjagd, Los Angeles (unknown episodes 2014), Hubertusjagd (1 episode 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Larry King Now (2 episodes 2013-2014), Pioneers of Television (1 episode 2014), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2014), To Be Takei (2014), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2014), Celebrity Liam Stone Candid Travels Texas (unknown episodes 2014), Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale (2013), 82nd Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade (2013), Piers Morgan Tonight (1 episode 2013), AXS Live (1 episode 2013), Cavuto on Business (1 episode 2013), Heller Awards (2013), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2013), The Playboy Morning Show (1 episode 2013), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2013), The Oscars (2013), Sidewalks Entertainment (1 episode 2013), Made in Hollywood (1 episode 2013), The Talk (1 episode 2013), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (5 episodes 2012), Brand X with Russell Brand (1 episode 2012), The Colbert Report (2 episodes 2012), Weird or What? (10 episodes 2012), Have I Got News for You (1 episode 2012), Juno Awards 2012 (2012), Rachael Ray (1 episode 2012), Bambule - Das Magazin (1 episode 2012), Charlie Rose (1 episode 2012), The Wendy Williams Show (1 episode 2012), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2012), Howard Stern on Demand (1 episode 2012), Big Morning Buzz Live (1 episode 2012), Good Morning America (1 episode 2012), MSN Exclusives (unknown episodes 2012), The Rock & Roll Roast of Zakk Wylde (2012), Betty White's 90th Birthday: A Tribute to America's Golden Girl (2012), FedCon XXI (2012); as Self, completed: Being Canadian (2015); as Self, pre-production: The Real History of Science Fiction (1 episode 2014).
DeForest Kelley (Dr. Leonard McCoy)*: died in 1999.
Nichelle Nichols (Nyota Uhura)*: in This Bitter Earth (2012); The White Orchid (2015) in post-production; Unbelievable!!!!! (2015; also Producer) filming; Behind Glass Walls (nd) in pre-production; Drones, Clones and Pheromones (nd) announced; as Executive Producer, pre-production: Escape from Heaven (2016); as Executive Producer, in production: Omaha Street (nd); as Self: The Adventures of Ravi (unknown episodes 2015), Pioneers of Television (1 episode 2014), Comic Book Men (1 episode 2014), To Be Takei (2014) , The Culture Show (1 episode 2013), Get a Life! (2012); as Self, filming: The Con of Wrath (nd); as Self, pre-production: The Real History of Science Fiction (1 episode 2014); as Self, announced: Woman in Motion (2016).
James Doohan (Montgomery Scott)*: died in 2005.
Eddie Paskey (Lt. Leslie): last known acting role in 2004; as Self: To Be Takei (2014).
George Takei (Hikaru Sulu)*: in Hot in Cleveland (1 episode 2015), Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (1 episode 2015), The Problem Solverz (1 episode 2014), Real Husbands of Hollywood (1 episode 2014), Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (1 episode 2014), Eat with Me (2014), Bonta 3D (2014), The Neighbors (4 episodes 2013-2014), Archer (2 episodes 2012-2014), Hopeful Romantic (2014), Lost Girl (1 episode 2013), Free Birds (2013), The Missing Scarf (2013), Ultimate Spider-Man (1 episode 2013), Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (1 episode 2013), Gays Beware with Jesse Tyler Ferguson and George Takei (2013), Supah Ninjas (16 episodes 2012-2013), The Simpsons (1 episode 2013), Transformers Prime (2 episodes 2012-2013), Hawaii Five-0 (1 episode 2012), The New Normal (1 episode 2012), Space Milkshake (2012), Skylanders: Giants (2012 video game), Art of Submission (2012), Adventure Time with Finn & Jake (1 episode 2012), Pound Puppies (1 episode 2012), Strange Frame: Love & Sax (2012), 8 (2012); Kevin's Epic Adventures (2015), Entourage (2015) completed; Yamasong: March of the Hollows (2015) in pre-production; as Self: Tab Hunter Confidential (2015), IMDb: What to Watch (1 episode 2014), The Meredith Vieira Show (1 episode 2014), The Colbert Report (1 episode 2014), Takei's Take (21 episodes 2013-2014), Tvoovies (1 episode 2014), Do I Sound Gay? (2014), Through the Keyhole (1 episode 2014), Fashion Police (1 episode 2014), CBS This Morning (1 episode 2014), Tavis Smiley (1 episode 2014), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2014), Today (1 episode 2014) The Daily Show (2 episodes 2013-2014), Real Time with Bill Maher (1 episode 2014), Sidewalks Entertainment (1 episode 2014), Howard Stern Birthday Bash (2014), It Got Better (1 episode 2014), I Love the 2000s (1 episode 2014), Pioneers of Television (1 episode 2014), King of the Nerds (2 episodes 2013-2014), To Be Takei (2014), Conan (3 episodes 2012-2013), Fangasm (1 episode 2013), Larry King Now (1 episode 2013), Vanity Fair: Decades (1 episode c2013), Futurama (2 episodes 2012-2013), Married and Counting (2013), Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (1 episode 2013), Watch What Happens: Live (1 episode 2013), 81st Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade (2012), The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell (1 episode 2012) Hollywood Treasure (1 episode 2012), The Apprentice (14 episodes 2012), Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (1 episode 2012); as Self, post-production: The Gettysburg Address (2015), It Takes Two (2 episodes 2015); as Self, filming: The Con of Wrath (nd).
Walter Koenig (Pavel Chekov): in Flashback (2013), Blue Dream (2013), Handball (2012; also Writer/Producer); Cowboys & Engines (2015) completed; Star Trek: Renegades (2015; also Consulting Producer), Nobility (2015) in post-production; Unbelievable!!!!! (2015), Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time (2015) filming; as Self: From the Mouths of Babes (unknown episodes 2014), Creative Continuity (1 episode 2014), To Be Takei (2014), The Captains Close Up (1 episode 2013), Chicly Geek (1 episode 2012), Backyard Blockbusters (2012), FedCon XXI (2012); The Con of Wrath (nd) filming.
Majel Barrett (Nurse Christine Chapel)*: died in 2008.
John Winston (Lt. Kyle): last known acting role in 2004.
Paul Baxley (various roles): died in 2011.
David L. Ross (Lt. Galloway): last known acting role in 1979.
Jay D. Jones (various roles): last known acting role in 1978.
Grace Lee Whitney (Yeoman Janice Rand): last known acting role in 2011, as Self in 2011.