Michael Stahl-David

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VIDEO: Players

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Length: 10:06
Aired: 3/27/2007

Judge's son found dead after popular rapper gets charged--Judge Nicholas Fenner (guest star John Dossett) charges young rapper Apokalypto, as his son Jacob, a fan of the rapper's, watches in the courtroom. As Apokalypto's posse leaves, they make some threats and days later, Jacob is found shot to death. Detectives Logan (Chris Noth) and Wheeler (Julianne Nicholson) investigate the rap angle, but find Jacob's personal life and friends, including Riordan Shea, (guest star Michael Stahl-David - "The Black Donnellys") the son of the judge's best friend, may be hiding more than they let on. Meanwhile, Detective Wheeler gets a tip that her estranged father was involved in some shady business and goes to check it out. Eric Bogosian and Griffin Dunne also star. watch

VIDEO: Players

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Length: 51:51
Aired: 3/27/2007

Players: The son of a judge is found dead days after watching his father hand down a sentence to a young rap star. watch

VIDEO: Players

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Length: 52:00
Aired: 3/27/2007

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 New Girl: Goldmine
Season 4, Episode 7
Episode, Actor - Ian
2010 My Generation TV Show Series, Actor - Steven Foster
2008 Cloverfield Movie, Actor - Rob
2007 The Black Donnellys TV Show Series, Actor - Sean Donnelly
2007 Law & Order: Players
Season 6, Episode 17
Episode, Actor - Riordan Shea

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Meet the My Generation Cast

If The Breakfast Club had been filmed like The Real World, it might look something like My Generation, a docu-style drama chronicling nine fictional Austin high-school students over the last 10 years. Every actor plays both 18-year-old and 28-year-old versions of their characters.

Jaime King (Gary Unmarried), 31, plays Jackie Vachs, "the Beauty Queen," who went to Hollywood but came back to Austin with her dreams unfulfilled. "When she's young, she's open and vibrant and fun," King says. "And now she has a life she never would have chosen."

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J.J. Abrams Trailer Teases a 'Field of Screams

"Smoke Monster Takes Manhattan"? A mysterious, Blair Witch-style trailer for a film titled Cloverfield and touted as "from producer J.J. Abrams" has the many folk catching Transformers intrigued. The film, directed by Felicity cocreator Matt Reeves and penned by Drew Goddard (Lost, Alias), is teased with a party scene set at a New York City bar, soon disrupted by the roar of some sort of monstrous entity, followed by flames and falling debris — including the head of the Statue of Liberty. According to the Reporter, Cloverfield features a cast of relative unknowns, including Lizzy Caplan (The Class), Michael Stahl-David (The Black Donnellys), Odet Jasmin and Mike Vogel. Copies of the trailer posted to the Internet, including at YouTube, are almost immediately being ordered down by threat of copyright infringment. A January 18 release date is listed in the trailer's sparse credits. read more

April 2, 2007: The Only Sure Thing

It doesn’t surprise me that no one here ever has any money: There are never customers in the diner or the bar. Sean thinks a jukebox will help Jimmy’s business. Maybe the Donnellys should have more wakes at their bar. Enough people die every week to keep them in business.Every time Jimmy (Thomas Guiry)comes on the screen I want to shout, “You’re killin’ me, Smalls!” The guy looks for trouble. He’s always lying, cheating and stealing. And he always gets away with it. Even if he has to throw a man out of a window to do it. I was surprised at how fatherly Jimmy was with Sean. He really doesn’t want Sean to get caught up in the new family business of bookkeeping and killing sprees. Perhaps Jimmy is actually being a responsible older brother or he just feels guilty that Sean already got a nasty taste of the other end of the fist. Either way, I hope Sean stays out of trouble. He obviously doesn’t want to go back to school, but that may be the... read more

March 26, 2007: Run Like Hell

I’m glad I didn’t grow up with the Donnellys. It’s hard enough trying to find a decent man in general, but in their neighborhood? I would have been single for the rest of my life! Seriously, was Tommy the only “good” guy for women to choose from? Of course, that was before he committed murder, stole from widows and beat up old friends to collect gambling debts. And even after all of that, he still looks to be the pick of the Irish-cream crop.Maybe it’s not the women’s fault that they picked deadbeats to marry. Jenny will soon take over the family diner (as suspected, her father is suffering from Alzheimer’s) and has always seemed smart. Marianne owns her own printing business. She has to have some brain cells. And yet, both ladies married losers. At least Marianne’s husband, Eddie, is still alive. The neighborhood didn’t need another widow this week. I’m also shocked at who my favorite leading ladies are. Of course, Kate Mulgrew... read more

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