Michael Weston, Sela Ward
CSI: NY has booked former House and Six Feet Under actor Michael Weston to play Frank, a former FBI crime lab agent who worked with Jo (Sela Ward) in Washington, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
But the duo's reunion likely won't be a happy one.
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They formerly worked together on a case involving the rape of a U.S. senator's daughter — Jo's last case before leaving the FBI for New York. Because of Frank's mistake in processing evidence — and Jo's refusal to hide the mistake — serial rapist John Curtis (Jason Wiles) was released. When Curtis strikes again in New York...
Former Beverly Hills, 90210 and Third Watch star Jason Wiles will make a guest appearance on Law & Order: SVU, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Wiles, who played drug addict Colin Robbins on the original 90210, will be featured alongside previously announced guest stars Michael Gladis, Kevin Alejandro and David Alan Grier. The 40-year-old will play Alexander Gammon, who becomes a rapist's target.
As one of the seven strangers trapped in a teched-out ghost town, Jason Wiles is as clueless as we are about his Persons Unknown (Monday, 8/7c, NBC) character, Joe Tucker. "He's an enigma...we're starting to learn a little about him, but this guy is a mess...
Kim Raver, Jason Wiles
Cheers to the cast of Third Watch for finding a second career wind.
NBC's 1999-2005 cops-and-rescue-workers drama never got the respect it deserved...
They're watching you! No, it's not paranoia — it's the premise of NBC's summer psychological thriller Persons Unknown (premiering Monday at 10/9c on NBC).
Created by screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie (The Usual Suspects), the 13-episode series ...
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After years of patiently waiting, Third Watch has finally entered the DVD universe! In celebration of this weeks first-season release, I stole some time with Officer Ty Davis himself, Coby Bell, to talk about shooting the show, cracking up his on-screen sidekick and what took so damn long!According to my research, you were the only actor on the show who appeared in every episode. Oh wow. Was I? [Laughs] I didnt know that.Says you also did really well on a Third Watch edition of The Weakest Link? I do remember that. And I surprised myself. [Laughs] It was members of the cast and [series creator] Ed Bernero did it, too. I kept looking over at my wife and was just pulling these answers out of my ass. Honestly, I didnt know where they were coming from! [Laughs]How was it filming the show in New York? It was so early in my career. I mean, I graduated college in 97. I was in this show called L.A. Doctors in 98, which only lasted a season. Then that pilot seas...
Question: One of my favorite new shows is Commander in Chief, but one reason I wanted to watch it was because of Jason Wiles. I always loved Jason on Third Watch as Bosco, and was anxious to see if he could play another character besides the hardened cop with a soft heart. So what's up? Since they fired his character, is he gone for good? Say it isn't so!
Answer: Sorry, it's so. Like the characters played by Leslie Hope and Julie Ann Emery, Wiles' character made a mistake fatal to his career during the president's turbulent transition. Which made it even more interesting in last week's episode when Mac's special assistant Vince, who had kept secret his HIV status, turned in his resignation. You might actually have thought she would stick to her guns and let him go, since she had set the precedent with all of these other characters who had made critical blunders ...