Saturday, October 25, 2008

The Mentalist: Video: Amanda Righetti Interview

Courtesy of TV Guide's Hollywood 411 and HULU:

Celebrity Interviews - The Mentalist: Amanda Righetti

Interview |04:09 |

Amanda Righetti plays Grace Van Pelt on THE MENTALIST and she's gracing us with her presence in the Hollywood 411 studio as she sits down with Madison Michele. They talk about her role in the remake of Friday the 13th and Role Models.

Babz Chula First Annual Fundraiser

[NOTE: Various actors who have worked on either Stargate SG-1/Stargate Atlantis are participating in this fundraiser for actress Babz Chula, who has an extensive work history in Vancouver, BC, Canada. The fundraiser is for Ms. Chula's experimental cancer treatment(s).]

At the Babz Chula Society:

BABZ: First Annual Fundraiser

Join us Thursday, November 6th @ The Caprice (Vancouver, Canada)
Hosted by Terry David Mulligan.
Featuring Live Performances by The Wet Spots, Wyckham Porteous, Jim Byrnes & DJ Chris Kalhoon.

Buy your Tickets here:

Thanks for showing your support!

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*if you cant make the event, please support with just purchasing a ticket*

A Fundraising Event Benefiting Babz Chula and Her Fight to Overcome Cancer.
Featuring Live Performances by The Wet Spots, Wyckham Porteous, Jim Byrnes & DJ Chris Kalhoon.

For immediate release, October 17, 2008 – On Thursday, November 6, 2008, The Babz Chula Lifeline for Artists presents the First Annual BABZ, A Fundraising Event Benefiting Babz Chula and Her Fight to Overcome Cancer. This is the must attend industry event of the season with Vancouver’s biggest and brightest players in attendance.

Doors Open at 8pm @ The Caprice, 967 Granville St.
Tickets $25 in advance. $30 at the door.
Please purchase in advance and show your support
Hosted by Terry David Mulligan.
Live Performances by: The Wet Spots, Wyckham Porteous, Jim Byrnes & DJ Chris Kalhoon.

Babz, one of the most treasured matriarchal actresses in the Vancouver film community, is now engaged in her third battle with cancer. Babz is currently fighting two types of cancer; breast cancer that has metastasized to the liver, and a non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, which lives in the blood. To ensure Babz has access to everything she needs to regain her health, close friends from the Canadian film industry (Ben Ratner/Moving Malcolm; Nick Lea/X-Files; Gabrielle Miller/Corner Gas and others) have banded together and formed a small charitable society, The Babz Chula Lifeline for Artists Society.

Space has been generously provided by The Caprice with additional support from the Union of B.C. Performers (UBCP), Wendy D Photography, ClubZone, Collingwood Management, Vancouver Actors Guide, Ultra Press Printing, & The Lyric School of Acting and a Special Thanks to Woody Jeffreys for event promotion.

The Society is presently focussed on raising funds to support Babz in her struggle to regain her health. It is the Society’s goal and Babz’ wishes that the Society continue on indefinitely. To support the very same community of artists who continue to give their support to her. Unfortunately though, the support we’ve received hasn’t been enough to fully cover her long-term treatments. As Babz is unable to continue with Chemotherapy, it’s of utmost importance that we meet the demand for alternative healing measures.

For more information on The Babz Chula Lifeline for Artist Society and to make a donation, please visit

The Babz Chula Lifeline for Artists Society include: Paul Armstrong, Babz Chula, Madeline Kelly, Nicholas Lea, Larry Lynn, Suleka Mathew, Gabrielle Miller, Bruce Ramsay, Ben Ratner, AJ Schepers, Michael Tiernan, Sophie Ty, Patricia Cullen.

For more information, photos, and interviews please contact:
Patricia Cullen Woody Jeffreys
Babz Chula Lifeline for Artists Society Event Promoter
Cell: 604-649-9971 Cell: 604-779-5348

Damian Lewis - Life - Video: 'Did You Feel That?'

Courtesy of NBC and HULU, Life's 'Did You Feel That?,' starring Damian Lewis, Sarah Shahi, Brent Sexton, Donal Logue and Adam Arkin. Guest stars include Emma Degerstedt, Aurelius DiBarsanti, Jessy Schram and Stacey Travis.

In the chaos of an L.A. earthquake, a killer sets a trap for Crews.

NOTE: Life moves to Wednesdays at 10pm beginning November 5 '08.

Stargate Atlantis / SG1 - GateWorld: Colin Cunningham Video Interview

At GateWorld:

(Please follow the link to view the video in its original format.)


GateWorld talks with Colin Cunningham

Colin Cunningham has been an SG-1 mainstay since Season Two's "A Matter of Time," playing the informative Pentagon liason to Stargate Command, Major Paul Davis.

With more than a dozen Stargate appearances under his belt, he shows no signs of stopping yet! Following our interview, GateWorld learned that Davis would be making his first appearance on Stargate Atlantis in the series finale, "Enemy at the Gate."

GateWorld finally got a chance to sit down with Colin at Gatecon 2008, where he spoke freely about his new film, "Centigrade," his years on SG-1 and his struggle to become exactly who he wants to be -- a man who lives moment for moment.

GateWorld's video interview with Colin Cunningham runs approximately 22 minutes, and requires QuickTime 7.0 or higher. The interview is also available at GateWorld Play and is transcribed at the link above.

A brief excerpt:

GW: They brought you in for "A Matter of Time", which was a great scifi episode. "Major Paul Davis from the Pentagon. Let us take General Hammond to Washington and we'll be back in five minutes." I know you've had this question asked of you so many times, "Did you have any idea the fan following of the show and what the response of this character would be?"
CC: I did, but, boy, was it underestimated. I just thought, "Oh, cool, a scifi show." I don't even know if it had been syndicated. All I knew was that they would bring people back. As an actor -- awesome. You know, if they could bring you back that's awesome. I just remember thinking, "Man, just do the best job you possibly can." Go in there and nail it as best you can, and maybe they'll bring you back. I had no idea that I'd be on the show five, six, seven years or whatever it was... and travel all over the world and meet all these people.

I had no clue, no clue. And just the community and ... oh man, seriously, it's been a life changing thing. I've really grown as a human being. You know, you meet the Make-A-Wish kids and all that kind of stuff. This isn't just a "job" or a "show," you know what I mean?

Stargate Atlantis - MGM Stargate: NEW Video - Robert Picardo Talks Inquisition

At MGM Stargate

Robert Picardo talks about 'Inquisition'

3:43 10MB

Check out what the newest member of Stargate Atlantis had to say about 'Inquisition.'