Today I played an FBI agent and stood in for Beau Bridges on Episode 310 (“Countdown”) of the television series White Collar. I also photo-doubled for Tim DeKay for Episode 307 (“Taking Account”).
Yesterday into early this morning I hand-doubled for David Harbour and stood in for Jonah Lotan on the pilot episode of Pan Am.
Today I stood in for Dominic Fumusa, photo-doubled for Peter Facinelli, and played a doctor on Episode 302 (“Enough Rope”), Episode 305 (“Rat Falls”), and Episode 306 (“When the Saints Go”) of the television series Nurse Jackie.
Today I worked on three different episodes of the television series Law & Order: Criminal Intent:
I played a detective on Episode 09006 (“Lost Children of the Blood”).
I did hand-doubling work on Epispde 09007 (“Inhumane Society”).
I played a detective on Episode 09015 (“The Mobster Will See You Now”).
Today I hand-doubled and stood in for James Van Der Beek on Episode 121 (“Too Much Attitude and Not Enough Underwear”) of the television series Mercy.
Note: The Baster has been retitled. It is now called The Switch!
It has been about 7 months and for some reason after repeated attempts, the IMDb wasn’t accepting my credit for working on the film, despite being on set for all 39 days of shooting in NYC. But I now see that my credit has finally been accepted!
Also, the film now has a release date in the U.S. for August 20, 2010. So interesting that The Bounty, a Jennifer Aniston film shot after The Baster wrapped, is coming out before it!
I’ve created a short URL that will take you directly to the IMDb page for The Baster. Type it in when you want to know information about the film: