Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Toronto Trip June 2012 Day 1 Tuesday June 4



This is the first of a series of posts dealing with my second and most recent trip to Toronto. I’ve made minor corrections to these reports.  Due to how recent the trip was, there are no updates to note below.

A few corrective notes from the next day folded into this report.

Well, I woke up at 2:22am PDT, about 4 hours' sleep and couldn't get back to sleep.  I moved my bed because I'm having some work done while away; that way it looks like someone's home at least one extra day.

I made it to the Dalton; a taxi showed up, probably wishful thinking. Happily the Akal Airporter arrived soon after and I made it to the airport at 4:40 and checked in. At 5 Tim Horton's at the airport opened so I ate there.  Unrelated to my flight, the intercom mentioned an Air Canada Express flight to Vancouver. Does the non-express stop in the Gulf Islands??

Curiously when it came time to board, the announcement didn't mention the flight name, destination, or gate number; I figured it out anyay. Happily they boarded the back half first (my half).  The plane left about 15 minutes late for some reason.  There were some clouds, some areas more than others, but it was more or less clear the bulk of the flight especially after BC, which was cloud-covered the whole part after take-off.  It flew over BC, AB, SK, MB, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, ON. Got some incredible landing photos including of the CN Tower and the Toronoto Islands.  Only problem was it landed 30 min late.  Upon arrival I should have got some lunch at A&W because the baggage took a while to arrive.

I took the 192 Rocket bus (with the unfortunate slogan Ride the Rocket) from Pearson Airport (Mississauga) to Kipling Station (Etobicoke, now part of Toronto) and from there took the Bloor-Danforth train to Dufferin Station. I got turned around upon arrival but it was nice and sunny so I didn't mind so much. I think it was around this time that I saw a cute black cat with white nose in a window. I made it to my friend Aidan's place.  No one was around but I had a code to get in; I have a very funny story there but unfortunately I can't talk about it without revealing the code.

I dropped off my stuff and, now 4 pm EDT finally had lunch at Subway.  I tried phoning Aidan back at Dufferin Station but one phone was in use and the other didn't like the number 4 so I found another phone nearby and left a message. I visited Zoinks (a book store/DVD store near Aidan's old place that I kept reaching when it was closed for the day last year; finally made it!), then 2Q Video, Suspect Video (bought DVDs), the Beguiling (comic shop). Another phone ate my quarters but then I reached Aidan sooner after and we agreed to meet after I got a weekly pass from Bathurst Station, which I overshot dramatically and realized I was quite sleepy.  Another phone ate quarters but then I got Aidan again and we arranged to meet at Future Bakery. En route I visited the Bloor branch of Queen Video. After we chatted I visited Bloor St's BMV Books, Book City, and Seeker Books, then we met up again and he showed me the new location of that area's Sonic Boom Records where I got more DVDs, some 99c.  He was on bike so I took the Bloor-Danforth train at Bathurst Station back to his pace after changing memory cards, where we met up yet again.

Aidan made me some burgers and then were took two more trains (Bloor-Danforth, the Yonge-University-Spadina, where we got the new rocket train with is all one long articulated car to St Clair West. There we took a streetcar to family of Aidan's. I met his aunt and uncle and saw his mom for I think the second time, though neither of us recall where/when the first meet was. I did have a minor disagreement with his uncle on a trivia issue.  He thought that Andrew Sachs (Manuel on Fawlty Towers) was deceased and I thought he was still alive. A check later revealed he was still alive. I won! :)

There were two cats there but only one took a liking to me.  Aidan doesn't have cats because his niece who lives with him said no so sorry, no great cat stories this time.

Aidan’s stepmom and I went to get a mattress for me so I then took the Bloor-Danforth one stop from Ossington to Dufferin Statin and then walked back the rest of the way, seeing the same cat in the window en route.

As before the trains all go "The next station is Dufferin. Dufferin Station" (or whatever station it is; that pattern.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Hill Street Blues (1981-1987): Where are They Now?

LAST UPDATED September 17, 2016. Info derived from imdb. Only roles 2014 and later still being tracked. * = Newly added names. Actors in 6+ episodes plus a few select additional actors noted.

Daniel J. Travanti (Captain Frank Furillo): in Chicago Med (1 episode 2016), NCIS: Los Angeles (1 episode 2016).
Michael Warren (Officer Bobby Hill): in Sadie and Emmie (1 episode 2015).
Bruce Weitz (Detective Mick Belker): last known acting role in 2013.
James B. Sikking (Lt. Howard Hunter): last known acting role in 2012; as Self: The Barn Theatre: Tomorrow's Stars Today (2016).
Joe Spano (Sgt. Henry Goldblume): in NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (11 episodes 2014-2016), Old Tricks (2014), NCIS: New Orleans (1 episode 2014); Skeletons (2015) completed; as Self: NCIS: Season 12 - Bad to the Bone (2015).
Taurean Blacque (Detective Neal Washington): in Things Not Forgotten (2015).
Kiel Martin (Detective J.D. LaRue): died in 1990.
Betty Thomas (Sgt. Lucile Bates): last known acting role in 1989; as Director: Andi Mack (unknown episodes 2017), Grace and Frankie (1 episode 2015); as Director, pre-production: The First Wives Club (2016); as Director, in production: Desperados (nd); As Self, filming: Seeing Is Believing: Women Direct (2016).
Charles Haid (Officer Andy Renko): in Sensitivity Training (2016; also Executive Producer), One Armed Man (2014).
Veronica Hamel (Joyce Davenport): last known acting role in 2010.
René Enriquez (Lt. Ray Calletano): died in 1990.
Ed Marinaro (Sgt. Joe Coffey): in Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland (2016), Mojave Junction (2015), Offer and Compromise (2016) in post-production; as Self, post-production: The League (2018).
Barbara Bosson (Fay Furillo): last known acting role in 1997, as Self in 2004.
Robert Hirschfeld (Officer Leo Schnitz): died in 2009.
Michael Conrad (Sgt. Phil Esterhaus): died in 1983.
Jon Cypher (Chief Fletcher Daniels): last known acting role in 2004, as Self in 2005.
George Wyner (Assistant D.A. Irwin Bernstein): in Bad Internet (1 episode 2016), Murder in the First (1 episode 2016), Dr. Ken (1 episode 2016), Shameless (1 episode 2016), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (1 episode 2015), Melissa & Joey (2 episodes 2014), Friends with Better Lives (1 episode 2014), Anger Management (1 episode 2014); Hanging with Mr. Cankersur (2015), A Guide to Failing Upward (2015) completed.
Robert Prosky (Sgt. Stan Jablonski): died in 2008.
Dennis Franz (Lt. Norman Buntz, Officer Sal Benedetto): last known acting role in 2005; as Self: Chabad Telethon (2014).
Lisa Sutton (Detective Robin Tattaglia): last known acting role in 2000.
Gary Miller (Ballantine): last known acting role in 2001.
Ellen Blake (Natalie DeRoy): in Silver Skies (2015).
Ken Olin (Detective Harry Garibaldi): in Zoo (9 episodes 2015-2016); as Executive Producer: Sleepy Hollow (12 episodes 2014, 2 as Director); as Director: The Man in the High Castle (1 episode 2015), The Slap (4 episodes 2015); as Director, post-production: This Is Us (1 episode 2016); as Director, filming: The Arrangement (1 episode 2017).
Jeffrey Tambor (Judge Alan Wachtel): in Transparent (31 episodes 2014-2016), Star vs. The Forces of Evil (6 episodes 2015-2016), Cassius and Clay (2016), W/ Bob and David (1 episode 2015), WordGirl (8 episodes 2014-2015), Yo Gabba Gabba! (1 episode 2015), The D Train (2015), A Merry Friggin' Christmas (2014), Apartment Troubles (2014), Jennifer Falls (1 episode 2014), The Millers (2 episodes 2014), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1 episode 2014), Raising Hope (1 episode 2014), The Good Wife (1 episode 2014), The Clockwork Girl (2014); Trolls (2016), The Accountant (2016) completed; 55 Steps (2017), The Death of Stalin (2017), The Adventures of Drunky (2017) in post-production; Four Seasons (2017) ion pre-production; Tangled: Before Ever After (1 episode 2017) announced; as Self: Late Night with Seth Meyers (2 episodes 2014-2016), Close Up with the Hollywood Reporter (1 episode 2016), BAFTA Televsion Awards 2016 (2016), 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2016), 21st Annual Critics' Choice Awards (2016), 73rd Golden Globe Awards (2016), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (2 episodes 2014-2015), The View (1 episode 2015), IMDb: What to Watch (2 episodes 2014-2015), Entertainment Tonight (9 episodes 2014-2015), Today (2 episodes 2014-2015), Extra (1 episode 2015), The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards (2015), Conan (1 episode 2015), The Late Late Show with James Corden (1 episode 2015), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2015), Variety Studio: Actors on Actors (1 episode 2015), Inside Comedy (1 episode 2015), The 5th Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards (2015), The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (1 episode 2015), CBS This Morning (1 episode 2015), The Insider (1 episode 2015), IMDb & AIV Studio at Sundance (2 episodes c2015), Inside Edition (1 episode 2015), FansTang Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2015), 72nd Golden Globe Awards (2015), The Talk (1 episode 2015), Live! With Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2014), The Colbert Report (1 episode 2014), Chabad Telethon (2014), Overheard (1 episode 2014).
Trinidad Silva (Jesus Martinez): died in 1988
Mimi Kuzyk (Detective Patricia “Patsy” Mayo 1984-1985): in UnREAL (4 episodes 2015-2016), Private Eyes (1 episode c2016), Special Correspondents (2016), Shadowhunters (2 episodes 2016), Murdoch Mysteries (1 episode 2016), Deadly Voltage (2016), Steel (2015), The Strain (2 episodes 2015), Lost Girl (1 episode 2015), After the Ball (2015), Sorority Surrogate (2014).
Peter Jurasik (Sid “the Snitch” Thurston): in Times Like Dying (2016), The Longest Ride (2015); Step-A-Head (2015) completed; as Self, post-production: Changing Course (nd).    
Tony Perez (Officer Mike Perez): in If Loving You Is Wrong (8 episodes 2014-2016), Once Upon a Time (3 episodes 2015-2016), Close Range (2015), Battle Creek (1 episode 2015).
Robert Clohessy (Officer Patrick Flaherty): in Blue Bloods (72 episodes 2010-2015), Sugar! (2016), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016), Cold Bloods (2 episodes 2015), Disco! (2015), Living with the Dead (2015), To Whom It May Concern (2015), And It Was Good (2015), A Strong Collected Spirit (2014), A Most Violent Year (2014), Charlie Mantle (2014), The Blacklist (1 episode 2014), The Man from the City (2014), The Last Taxi Driver (2014); Confidence Game (2016), My Art (2016) completed; The Restaurant (2016), American Brawler (2016) in post-production; A Beautiful Distraction (2016), The Wicked Path (2015) in pre-production.
Dean Wein (Bailiff): last known acting role in 2006, as ADR Voice in 2011.
Megan Gallagher (Officer Tina Russo): in Get a Job (2016), Suits (2 episodes 2015-2016), Major Crimes (1 episode 2015), Grey's Anatomy (1 episode 2014), Warehouse 13 (1 episode 2014); as Self, post-production: King Cohen: The Wild World of Filmmaker Larry Cohen (nd), Millennium After the Millennium (2016).
Arthur Taxier (I.A.D. Lt. Jim Shipman): last known acting role in 2003.
Barbara Babcock (Grace Gardner): last known acting role in 2004.
Larry D. Mann (Judge Lee Oberman): died in 2014.
Vincent Lucchesi (Captain Jerry Fuchs): last known acting role in 1992.
Daniel Zacapa (Reporter): in Adam Ruins Everything (1 episode 2015), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1 episode 2015), Search Party (2014), Rush (1 episode 2014), No One But Lydia (2014), Frontera (2014), The Zwickys (2014); Before the Border (2015), Masterminds (2016), A Place in the Caribbean (2017) completed; Same Kind of Different as Me (2017) in post-production; Low Grounds: The Portal (nd), Officer Lincoln Holly (nd; also Producer) in pre-production.
Deborah Richter (Daryl Ann): in Fully Exposed: Fully News (6 episodes 2014-2016; 8 as Writer, 7 as Producer), It's Better with Nilla (2015; also Writer), Baby Voices (2014; also Writer/Producer); as Writer/Producer: Cool Girlfriend (2014), Jesurcize (2014), The Assistant (2014).
Gerry Black (Det. Lt. Alf Chesley): last known acting role in 2008.
Zero Hubbard (Fabian DeWitt): last known acting role in 2003.
J.A. Preston (Ozzie Cleveland): last known acting role in 2006, as Self in 2011.
Andy Romano (Deputy Chief Warren Briscoe): last known acting role in 2003.
Nick Savage (Pickpocket): last known acting role in 1992.
Matt Kanen (Melvin): last known acting role in 1999.
Marco Rodríguez (Rico, Addict): in Queen of the South (1 episode 2016), Castle (1 episode 2016), The Muppets (1 episode 2016), American Horror Story (1 episode 2015), La Migra (2015), True Detective (1 episode 2015), Runner (2015), Nightcrawler (2014), Playing House (1 episode 2014); The Crooked Man (2016) in post-production.
David Selburg (Raymond): last known acting role in 2003.
Mykelti Williamson (Off. Ron Garfield): in Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (1 episode 2016), Underground (6 episodes 2016), Hawaii Five-0 (2 episodes 2015-2016), You Bury Your Own (2015), Justified (4 episodes 2015), Convergence (2015), Nashville (4 episodes 2014), Hollows Grove (2014), Scorpion (1 episode 2014), Clementine (2014), Wild Blue (2014); The Purge: Election Year (2016), Rebel (1 episode 2017) completed; Fences (2016) in post-production; as Director/Executive Producer, post-production: Sons 2 the Grave (nd).
Judith Hansen (Celeste Patterson): no known subsequent acting roles.
Joe Palese (Trapido): in Anatomy of Deception (2014).
* Louis Giambalvo (Rob Nelson): last known acting role in 2009.
* Marc Alaimo (Gene Scapizzi): last known acting role in 2010.
* Jack Andreozzi (Sal Binachi, John Amico): last known acting role in 1997.
* Troy Curvey Jr. (Dudley Hicks, Mau-Mau): last known acting role in 2008.
* Arnold Johnson (Drunk, etc.): died in 2000.
* John Lafayette (Paramedic): in The Following (5 episodes 2014-2015), Bad Country (2014); as Self: Noches Con Platanito (1 episode 2015).
* Gene Pietragallo (Officer Spence Meyers): last known acting role in 2011 (also co-Producer), then 1994.
* Sandy McPeak (Dr. Ted Rose, Mac MacAllister): died in 1997.
* Lawrence Tierney (Sergeant Jenkins): died in 2002.
David Caruso (Shamrock): last known acting role in 2012.
* Bobby F. Ellerbee (Blood): in Squidbillies (5 episodes 2014).
* Robin Coleman (Coley): last known acting role in 1984.
* James Tartan (various): died in 2010.
* Michael Cunningham (Kolzicki): last known acting role in 1998.
* Nick Eldredge (S.I.D. Officer): in Fugue (2014), The Neighbors (3 episodes 2014).
* Ron Recasner (Bailiff): last known acting role in 2011.
* Charles Levin (Eddie Gregg): last known acting role in 1998.
* Jane Kaczmarek (Off. Clara Pilsky): in Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life (1 episode 2016), The Big Bang Theory (1 episode 2016), The Boat Builder (2015), Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (1 episode 2015), Playing House (5 episodes 2014-2015), Jake and the Never Land Pirates (5 episodes 2014-2015), Big Time in Hollywood, FL (2 episodes 2015), Salem Rogers (2015), The McCarthys (1 episode 2015), Here's Your Damn Family (unknown episodes 2014); Us & Them (6 episodes 2014), Phineas and Ferb (1 episode 2014), The Wolves at the Door (2016), CHiPs (2017) completed;  as Self: The Talk (2 episodes 2014-2016).
* Pat Corley (Coroner Wally Nydorf): died in 2006.
* Jesse D. Goins (William Mullins, Cookie Marcel): in Hit the Floor (1 episode 2016), Heart of the Matter (2015), Scandal (1 episode 2015), Bosch (1 episode 2015), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1 episode 2014); as Self: RoboDoc: The Creation of Robocop (2017), CONtv Movie Night (1 episode 2015).
* Michael Fairman (Arnold Detweiler): in After the Reality (2016), Workaholics (1 episode 2015), The Fostersm (1 episode 2014), Benched (1 episode 2015), The Young and the Restless (2 episodes 2014).
* Elizabeth Huddle (Prunella Ashton-Wilkes): last known acting role in 2001.
Jennifer Tilly (Gina Srignoli): in Family Guy (13 episodes 2014-2016), Spun Out (1 episode 2015), Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff (2014 video game), Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (1 episode 2014), Modern Family (1 episode 2014); A Cinderella Story: If the Shoe Fits (2016) completed; Ray Meets Helen (2016) in post-production;  Renaissance Girl (2017) in pre-production; as Self: Crazy About Tiffany's (2016), Unity (2015), Post Oak Bluff: The Politics of Poker (2015), Shark Cage (1 episode 2014), Femme Fatales with Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilly (2014); as Self, completed: A Wig and a Prayer: The Peaches Christ Story (2016).
* Lynne Moody (Marty Nichols): last known acting role in 2009; as Self: Actors Entertainment (1 episode 2015).
* Ron Parady (Asst. Chief Dennis Mahoney): died in 2003.
* George Dickerson (Commander Dave Swanson): died in 2015.
* Beverly Hope Atkinson (Vivian DeWitt): died in 2001.
* Frances McDormand (Connie Chapman): in Hail, Caesar! (2016), The Good Dinosaur (2015), Olive Kitteridge (4 episodes 2014; also Executive Producer); Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017) in post-production; The Wife (2017) in pre-production; as Producer: Every Secret Thing (2014); as Self: The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards (2015), She's The Best Thing In It (2015), The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2015), 72nd Golden Globe Awards (2015).
* Guillermo San Juan (Gypsy Boy): no known subsequent acting roles.
* Randy Kovitz (Officer Martin): in All Raccoons Are Bandits (2015; also Stunt Coordinator), Concussion (2015), Inheritance (2015), The Following (1 episode 2015), Notes (2014), The Fault in Our Stars (2014); as Fencing Coordinator/Fencing Double: Kantemir (2015); as Stunt Coordinator: Progression (2014), Homemakers (2014).
* Lee Weaver (Buck Naked, Bartender): in The Soul Man (1 episode 2016), Weird Loners (1 episode 2015)
Panchito Gómez (Hector Ruiz): in Time in Between (2016), The Familia: The Rise of Don Pedro (unknown episodes 2014); The Antiquity (2017) in pre-production.
Dennis Dugan (Captain Freedom): last known acting role in 2013; as Director/Writer, pre-production: Dognapped! (2016); as Self: FX Movie Download (2 episodes 2014-2015).`
Danny Glover (Jesse John Hudson): in Back in the Day (2016), Darkweb (2016), Criminal Minds (1 episode 2016), Mr. Pig (2016), Complete Unknown (2016), Dirty Grandpa (2016), Andròn - The Black Labyrinth (2015), Food (2015), Diablo (2015), Gridlocked (2015), Waffle Street (2015), Checkmate (2015), About Scout (2015), Bad Asses on the Bayou (2015; also Associate Producer), Toxin (2015), Day of the Mummy (2014), Yellowbird (2014), Beyond the Lights (2014), 2047: Sights of Death (2014), Supremacy (2014), The Ninja Immovable Heart (2014), Bad Ass 2: Bad Asses (2014), Tokarev (2014); Ninja Interlude (nd), Pushing Dead (2016), Almost Christmas (2016) completed; Long Day Journey (nd), Killing Winston Jones (nd), Killing Winston Jones (nd), Buckout Road (nd), Extortion (2016), The Good Catholic (2016), Vagabonds (2016), Monster Trucks (2017), Death Race 4 (2017) in post-production; Terra Infirma (nd), Prairie Bones (nd), 83 Days (nd), Asher (2017), Rudy Tooty (2017) in pre-production; as Producer, various: This Changes Everything (2015), Cemetery of Splendor (2015), Concerning Violence (2014); as Executive Producer, completed: Shadow World (2016), White Sun (2016); as Executive Producer, post-production: Angels Are Made of Light (2017); as Self: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2016), Unsung Hollywood (1 episode 2016), Oprah Goes to Broadway: The Color Purple (2015), Brisant (1 episode 2015), Caffeinated (2015), Agents of Change: Black Students and the Transformation of the American University (2014), P.O.V. (1 episode 2014), Life's Essentials with Ruby Dee (2014), We Are Many (2014), The Making of Bad Asses (2014), The Dr. Susan Block Show (1 episode 2014), Legalize It (2014); as Self, post-production: Dreadtown (nd), The Survivor's Guide to Prison (2017); as Self, filming: Travel Notes of a Geechee Girl (2016); as Self, in production: The Black Line (nd).
Del Zamora (Detective Manny Rodriguez): in Sneaky Pete (1 episode 2017), Lopez (3 episodes 2016), Saints & Strangers (2 episodes 2015), Longmire (1 episode 2015), Call Me King (2015), Me Him Her (2015), The Red Road (5 episodes 2015), Amigo Undead (2015), Mojave (2015), Miracle Maker (2015), Savant: Kali 47 (2015), Think Like a Man Too (2014); 96 Souls (2016), Boone: The Bounty Hunter (2017)  completed; The Jesuit (nd) in post-production; Crooked Transit (nd) filming.
* Conrad Hurtt (Hill Street Cop; uncredited): last known acting role in 1995.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Babylon 5 (1994-1998): Where are They Now?

LAST UPDATED September 16, 2016. Info derived from imdb. Only roles 2014 and later still being tracked. Only actors in 4+ episodes noted. * = Newly added name.

Mira Furlan (Delenn): in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (2016 video game), Just Add Magic (3 episodes 2016), Surviving Me: The Nine Circles of Sophie (2015), Lantern City (unknown episodes 2014), America, Here We Come (2014), Kumun Tadi (2014), Für immer (2014); Hiba (2016) completed; Space Command (2016), Vere i zavere (12 episodes 2016) in post-production.
Richard Biggs (Dr. Stephen Franklin): died in 2004.
Stephen Furst (Vir Cotto); last known acting role in 2006; as Producer: Atomic Shark (2016); as Producer, post-production: Cold Moon (2016); as Producer, pre-production: Chalmette (nd); as Self: Without a Paddle: Revisiting 'Up the Creek' (2016).
Andreas Katsulas (G’kar): died in 2006.
Peter Jurasik (Londo Mollari): in Times Like Dying (2016), The Longest Ride (2015); Step-A-Head (2015) completed; as Self, post-production: Changing Course (nd).
Jerry Doyle (Michael Garibaldi): died in 2016.
Bill Mumy (Lennier): in Transformers: Rescue Bots (2 episodes 2014), Bravest Warriors (2 episodes 2014); Space Command (2016) in post-production; as Self: Earl Hamner Storyteller (2015); as Self, post-production: Under the Smogberry Trees (2016).
Bruce Boxleitner (John Sheridan): in Wedding Bells (2016), Cedar Cove (20 episodes 20143-2015), So You Said Yes (2015); as Executive Producer, announced: Lantern City (unknown episodes 2014); as Self: Classic Hollywood Cinemas (2016), 2015 Hero Dog Awards (2015), Home & Family (1 episode 2015), Q N' A with Mikki and Shay (1 episode 2014), 12th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards (2014).
Claudia Christian (Susan Ivanova): in The Dot Man (2017), All Your Base: Last of Last (2016), Dirty Dead Con Men (2016), StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void (2015 video game), Fallout 4 (2015 video game), Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns (2015 video game), The Mentalist (1 episode 2015), World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor (2014 video game), Castle (1 episode 2014), California Scheming (2014), Red (2014);
Chicanery (nd), Runestone: Sizzle Reel (1 episode nd), Cozmo's (2016) completed; The Pipeline (2016), World of Warcraft: Legion (2016 video game), Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (2016 video game) in post-production; as Executive Producer/Producer/Self: One Little Pill (2014); as Self: The Richy Show (1 episode 2014), The Writer with No Hands (2014), Larry King Now (1 episode 2014).
Jeff Conaway (Zack Allan): died in 2011;   Dark Games (2015) completed; Inferno by Dante (2016), Purgatory by Dante (2017) in post-production.
Patricia Tallman (Lyta Alexander): in Criminal Minds (1 episode 2014).
Jason Carter (Marcus Cole): in Roots (1 episode 2016), Surrender (2014); The Duel (2016) completed; Starship II: Rendezvous with Ramses (2016) in post-production.
Andrea Thompson (Talia Winters): last known acting role in 2010, as Self in 2013.
Josh Coxx (David Corwin): in Nashville (3 episodes 2015), Criminal Minds (1 episode 2015), Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015 video game), Perception (3 episodes 2014-2015); The Politics of Dancing (2010) in post-production.
Ardwight Chamberlain (Kosh Naranek; voice): last known acting role in 2004 video game, 1998 non-video game; as Writer in 2013; as Writer, pre-production: Lie to Me (nd).
Michael O’Hare (Jeffrey Sinclair): died in 2012.
Julie Caitlin Brown (Na’Toth): last known acting role in 2013; as Co-Producer, completed: Displacement (2016); as Self in 2013.
Robert Rusler (Warren Kefler): Murder in the First (1 episode 2016), The Secret of 40 (2016), Ray Donovan (1 episode 2015), Tales of Halloween (2015), General Hospital (2 episodes 2014-2015), March Madness: The Next Generation - Squid Knocker (2014); Blood Feast (2016) completed; The Wedding Do Over (2016), The Unwilling (2017), Atone (2017) in post-production; as Self: One of Those Nights: The Making of 'Vamp' (2016), Afternoon Delight Live on Hollywood and Vine (unknown episodes 2015); as Self, post-production: Scream, Queen: My Nightmare on Elm Street (2016).
Mary Kay Adams (Na’Toth): last known acting role in 2005.
Tracy Scoggins (Elizabeth Lochley): in Borrowed Moments (2014).
Marianne Robertson (Tech #1, etc): no known subsequent acting roles.
Mark Hendrickson (various Narns, etc.): last known acting role in 2003, as Transportation Captain in 2003.
Jonathan Chapman (Brakiri Ambassador, etc): last known acting role in 2001, as Self in 2009.
Kim Strauss (Drazi Ambassador, etc): last known acting role in 2013 video game, 2007 non-video game.
Ed Wasser (Morden/Guerra): in Weekend Delivery (2015); Modulation (2015) completed.
Walter Koenig (Alfred Bester): in Star Trek: Renegades (1 episode 2015; also Consulting Producer/Executive Consulting Producer), Cowboys & Engines (2015); Cowboys & Engines: Complete Pitch Reel (2015), Unbelievable!!!!! (2016), Nobility (2016), Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time (2016) completed; Star Trek: Captain Pike (2016; also Co-Producer), Diminuendo (2017), Renegades (2 episodes 2016-2017) filming; The Dragons of Melgor (2017) announced; as Self: From the Mouths of Babes (unknown episodes 2014), Creative Continuity (1 episode 2014), To Be Takei (2014); as Self, completed: Surge of Power: Revenge of the Sequel (nd); as Self, post-production: For the Love of Spock (2016), 50 Years of Star Trek (2016); as Self, filming: The Con of Wrath (nd).
Michael McKenzie (various): in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (1 episode 2016), Orange Is the New Black (1 episode 2015), The Blacklist (1 episode 2014).
Wayne Alexander (Lorien, etc.): last known acting role in 2013.
Maggie Egan (Jane / ISN Anchor): in Lonely Lil (1 episode 2016), Grey's Anatomy (1 episode 2015), The Doll Web Series (unknown episodes 2014); The Long Way (2016), Rapprochement (2016); as Self: Actors Entertainment (1 episode 2014).
Robin Atkin Downes (Byron): in The Strain (19 episodes 2014-2016), Avengers Assemble (1 episode 2016), Suicide Squad (2016), Batman: The Killing Joke (2016), The Conjuring 2 (2016), Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (2016 video game), Regular Show (9 episodes 2014-2016), Clarence (1 episode 2016), Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), Star Wars Rebels (1 episode 2016), Lego Marvel's Avengers (2016 video game), Batman: Bad Blood (2016), Gemini: Heroes Reborn (2016 video game), Fallout 4 (2015 video game), Halo 5: Guardians (2015 video game), Ultimate Spider-Man (2 episodes 2015), Lego Dimensions (2015 video game), Skylanders: SuperChargers (2015 video game), Mad Max (2015 video game), Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (2015 video game; also Facial Motion Capture), Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015 video game), Sofia the First (4 episodes 2014-2015), Batman: Arkham Knight (2015 video game), Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (8 episodes 2014-2015), San Andreas (2015), The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (2015 video game), Batman vs. Robin (2015), Infinite Crisis (2015 video game), Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. (2015), Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell (2015 video game), The World of Steam (1 episode 2015), Star Wars: The Old Republic - Shadow of Revan (2014 video game), Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series (2014 video game), Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (2014 video game), Skylanders: Trap Team (2014 video game), Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix (2014 video game), Beware the Batman (6 episodes 2014), Iron Man and Captain America: Heroes United (2014), Expiration Date (2014), King Star King (1 episode 2014), Wildstar (2014 video game), Postman Pat: The Movie (2014), Bound by Flame (2014 video game), Batman: Arkham Origins - Cold, Cold Heart (2014 video game), Elder Scrolls Online (2014 video game), Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea (2014 video game), Diablo III: Reaper of Souls (2014 video game), Parts Per Billion (2014), Infamous: Second Son (2014 video game), Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (2014 video game), Star Wars: The Clone Wars (3 episodes 2014); Voltron: Legendary Defender (1 episode 2016), World of Warcraft: Legion (2016 video game) in post-production; Edge of Nowhere (2016 video game) announced; as Creature Vocal: Seventh Son (2014); as Loop Group: Hidden (2015); as ADR Voice Actor: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014); as Self: Halloween Wars (1 episode 2015), Metal Gear Solid: Legacy (2015), Inside Bryan (2015).
Denise Gentile (Lise Hampton): last known acting role in 2010.
Damian London (Regent Virini etc): no known subsequent acting roles.
Neil Bradley (various): in Into the Woods (2014).
Marjorie Monaghan (Number One): last known acting role in 2005.
David L. Crowley (Lou Welch): last known acting role in 2004.
Marshall Teague (Ta’Lon): in Bail Out (5 episodes 2014-2016), AmeriGeddon (2016), Divorce Texas Style (2016), Hardin (2015), American Crime (2 episodes 2015), Front Porch (2014), Criminal Minds (1 episode 2014), Divorce Texas Style (2014; different version); Road to the Well (2016), in post-production; Begger Su (2016) filming; The Stranger (nd), The Hard Ride (2017) in pre-production; Oil Run (2016) announced; One Heart (nd) in production; as Self: Remembering Patrick Swayze (2016), Pretty Good for a Blind White Boy: The Music of 'Road House' (2016), Pain Don't Hurt: The Stunts of 'Road House' (2016), I Thought You'd Be Bigger: The Making of 'Road House' (2016).
William Forward (Lord Antonio Rofa): last known acting role in 2005.
John Vickery (Neroon/Mr. Welles): last known acting role in 2012.
Robin Sachs (Hedronn/Warleader Na'Kal/Na'Tok): died in 2013.
Louis Turenne (Draal/Brother Theo): last known acting role in 1996.
Ron Campbell (Drazi Ambassador): last known acting role in 2009.
Wortham Krimmer (Emperor Cartagia): last known acting role in 2010.
Macaulay Bruton (Garibaldi's Aide): last known acting role in 2003.
Tim Choate (Zathras): died in 2004.
Mark Schneider (Wade): last known acting role in 2002.
James Kiriyama-Lem (Med Tech): last known acting role in 2010.
Doug McCoy (various): no known subsequent acting roles.
Kat Cressida (Kat the Bartender): in Gotham Stories (5 episodes 2016), Fallout 4 (2015 video game), Skylanders: SuperChargers (2015 video game), Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015 video game), Batman: Arkham Knight (2015 video game), Skylanders: Trap Team (2014 video game), Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2014 video game), Elder Scrolls Online (2014 video game); World of Warcraft: Legion (2016 video game) in post-production; Master of Orion: Conquer the Stars (2016 video game) announced.
Elisa Beth Garver (Tech #2): last known acting role in 1998.
Gary McGurk (President Morgan Clark): last known acting role in 2003.
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (William Edgars): died in 2014.
Uncredited Cast:
Bill Blair (Alien): in The Last Tycoon (1 episode 2016), 2 Broke Girls (3 episodes 2014-2016), Pee-wee's Big Holiday (2016), Hail, Caesar! (2016), True Detective (1 episode 2015), Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 (2015), Horrible Bosses 2 (2014), Criminal Minds (1 episode 2014), Gone Girl (2014), Nightcrawler (2014), Mistresses (1 episode 2014), Wish I Was Here (2014); Live by Night (2016) completed; The Real O'Neals (1 episode 2016), The House (2017) in post-production; Mangled Angels (nd) in pre-production.
Haley McLane (Computer): last known acting role in 2000; as Script Supervisor: Hand of God (4 episodes 2016-2017), Containment (2 episodes 2016), Agent Carter (2 episodes 2016), Salem (13 episodes 2015), Major Crimes (19 episodes 2014-2015), The Last Ship (1 episode 2014)p; as Script Supervisor, announced: Citizen (1 episode nd).
* Peter Wick (various): last known acting role in 2011 (also Diretor/Writer/Producer).
Jeffrey Willerth (Kosh Naranek; body): last known acting role in 2000; as Producer: Joe & Caspar Hit the Road USA (2016), The Gunfather (3 episodes 2014); as Associate Producer/Camera Operator, post-production: Battlefield: Home: Breaking the Silence (2015); as Director: Festival Road Trip (1 episode 2015).