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It Was So Good To See You: Guide to Guest Stars (Wk of 12/11) 

Photo Credit: TNT

This is the final week of the fall TV season before the holiday break and many of the major networks featured some really interesting guest stars. Let’s start with the TNT series The Closer.

D.B. SweeneyÂ

Actor D.B. Sweeney played an FBI agent investigating a rash of home burglars that ended up involving Brenda and his team. D.B., of course, has a long resume of TV and film roles including the box office film The Cutting Edge, the mini-series Lonesome Dove and the short-lived series Jericho, The Event, Harsh Realm and Strange Luck.

Photo Credit: Sonja Flemming/CBS

Then on Tuesday night on the holiday episode of NCIS, actor Larry Miller appeared as Jimmy’s soon-to-be father-in-law. Larry, of course, has appeared in the film and TV versions of 10 Things I Hate About You, Pretty Woman, several of The Nutty Professor films and The Princess Diaries films. He also appeared in episodes of Boston Legal, Burn Notice, Monk, Desperate Housewives and 8 Simple Rules.

Leland Orser

That same night on the holiday episode of NCIS: Los Angeles, actor Leland Orser appeared as a college professor who stole his own creation to prove to the government that an EMP crisis was impending. Leland has appeared in the box office films Taken, Independence Day, Daredevil, Pearl Harbor and Se7en as well as episodes of TV shows like 24, ER, CSI, The Pretender, NYPD Blue and L.A. Law.

Photo Credit: John P. Filo/CBS

Lastly on Thursday night’s fall finale of Person of Interest, actress Bridget Regan appeared as a salon owner who was being hunted by drug dealers. Bridget is best known for her role in the syndicated series Legend of the Seeker, but she has also appeared in the short-lived series The Black Donnellys, NCIS and the made-for-TV movie Hide.

With the holidays nearly upon us there won’t be many guest stars to point out, but there will be plenty starting the first week of January. Hope to see you then.

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