Joe Mazzello

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VIDEO: Coma

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Coma
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 47:06
Aired: 1/1/1994

Kincaid and McCoy have to decide whether to risk killing a comatose woman to recover the bullet they need as evidence. watch

VIDEO: Truth and Consequences

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Truth and Consequences
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Length: 08:43:15
Aired: 1/22/2013

As Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) discovers some disturbing truths about his girlfriend Lindsey (guest star Jenn Lyon) and her violent ex-husband, Boyd (Walton Goggins) looks to convince a snake-handling preacher and his sister to leave Harlan. watch

VIDEO: Truth and Consequences [HD]

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Truth and Consequences [HD]
Subscription | Amazon Prime
Length: 43:00
Aired: 1/22/2013

As Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) discovers some disturbing truths about his girlfriend Lindsey (guest star Jenn Lyon) and her violent ex-husband, Boyd (Walton Goggins) looks to convince a snake-handling preacher and his sister to leave Harlan. watch

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The Social Network: Equation
'The Pacific: Part 8 Recap' (HBO)
Jurassic Park
The Social Network: Sopranos

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Credits

Year Title Description
2012 Coma TV Show Series, Actor
2010 The Pacific TV Show Series, Actor - Eugene B. Sledge
2010 The Social Network Movie, Actor - Dustin Moskovitz
2004 Raising Helen Movie, Actor - Prom Date Peter
1998 Star Kid Movie, Actor - Spencer Griffith

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Justified's Walton Goggins: Boyd's Religious Experience Has Come Back to Haunt Him

Some television shows suffer when they pull the focus from their leading man or woman. That's not true of FX's Justified, thanks in no small part to the endlessly watchable Walton Goggins and his backwoods kingpin Boyd Crowder.

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Originally conceived as a white supremacist with a penchant for blowing things up, Boyd was supposed to die in the pilot at the hands of the show's hero, Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), one of Boyd's childhood friends. Once the writers saw fit to postpone Boyd's fate, he's spent three seasons vacillating between being a reformed preacher, a faithful lover and a self-interested crime lord — all the while trading barbs with Raylan while (usually) managing to keep his dirty hands out of Raylan's cuffs.

But in Season 4, the old friends and sworn enemies have yet to share a scene. (And according to executive producer Graham Yost, they won't until Episode 5.) Instead, Boyd's once again trapped in a Bible battle with snake-handling Preacher Billy (guest star Joe Mazzello), who has moved into Harlan with the intent to save the souls of Boyd's Oxycontin-addicted customers.... read more

Tuesday Playlist: The Return of Justified and Cougar Town, Jimmy Kimmel's Move, More

A week's worth of notable TV has been crammed into one very busy night. Let's take it from the top.

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The Pacific's Joe Mazzello Went from Dodging Dinosaurs to Dodging Bullets

As HBO viewers begin drinking in the second half of The Pacific this weekend, they'll see the story line of Marine Eugene B. Sledge really kick in — which means they'll be seeing a lot more of Joe Mazzello.

Just like co-star James Badge Dale, Mazzello made sure he read his character's memoir (1981's With the Old Breed) and met his widow and children.

James Badge Dale: If The Pacific doesn't make him a star, there's always... read more

James Badge Dale: If The Pacific Doesn't Make Him a Star, There's Always Hockey

James Badge Dale jokes that the boot camp that he and the other actors in The Pacific endured was so grueling that he's repressed any memory of it.

Dale Dye, a retired Marine captain who served as the military adviser for The Pacific and 2001's Band of Brothers, "likes to see actors cry," Dale tells TVGuide.com.

HBO sends veterans to capital to celebrate The Pacific

Even more difficult, says the actor of his role in HBO's 10-part World War II miniseries executive-produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, was feeling a responsibility to Robert Leckie, the real-life Marine he plays. To prepare, he read Leckie's memoir, Helmet for My Pillow, and spent time with Leckie's widow and children. (Leckie himself died in 2001.)

"We all felt a lot of pressure to tell their stories with honor and integrity and respect," says Dale, whose co-stars include Joe Mazzello and Jon Seda.

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"The wild thing about Robert Leckie is that he hated the Marines when he was in 'em," says the actor, who goes by Badge... read more

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