Christopher Evan Welch

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Weekend TV: Silicon Valley, Thrones and Veep on HBO; AMCs' Turn

In what amounts to a "eureka" moment for the dweeby hero of HBO's Silicon Valley (Sunday, 10/9c), Mike Judge's stingingly funny send-up of the tech-boom culture, accidental entrepreneur Richard (Thomas Middleditch) acknowledges midway through the fourth episode, "That's what I don't have: game!"

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911
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Aired: 10/4/2005

A 911 call from 9-year-old Maria is forwarded to Benson, who must figure out why Maria has been locked in a room for days. watch

Rubicon Alum Christopher Evan Welch Dies at 48

Rubicon alum Christopher Evan Welch died on Monday, Deadline.com reports. He was believed to be 48.  

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 Silicon Valley TV Show Series, Actor - Peter Gregory
2010 Rubicon TV Show Series, Actor - Grant Test
2009 Whatever Works Movie, Actor - Howard
2007 The Hoax Movie, Actor - Albert Vanderkamp
2006 The Good Shepherd Movie, Actor - Photography Technical Officer

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Rubicon: Conspiracy or Commentary? "Democracy Is a Very Fragile Vessel," Producer Says

It's a few hours into a June day of shooting on the New York set of AMC's Rubicon. The set is breathlessly quiet, and the show's star, James Badge Dale, is staring at a photograph.

The quiet is finally broken when Dale's character, Will Travers, begins jotting down notes on index cards with a Sharpie. That's right: With four episodes of the conspiracy thriller's first season left to shoot, there are no car bombs, no sniper fire, no creepy phone calls — just the squeak of the marker moving over paper.

Rubicon's James Badge Dale: "Our show is not for everybody"

"We're spinning a yarn. We're trying to do something different than what's normally done on television, and it's not going to be for everybody," Dale tells TVGuide.com during a break. "We want to do something subtle. ... We're asking people to sit down and be taken on a ride, albeit not a very fast one... read more

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