I haven’t forgotten about my Lab Chart, but I can’t seem to figure out how to post a chart here, so while I’m straightening out the technical difficulties here, I’m much better with paper than computers, here are some things to keep you occupied while you are waiting for Fringe to return. I do hear that Fringe is returning with repeats on March 23rd, but I am not sure about that. I am sure that the show that took its slot has already been cancelled. I hope that means good things for Fringe.
These are little tidbits I found while searching the web.
Jasika Nicole has her own websitehere.
Who knew our little Astrid was such a talented artist.
If you are missing Charlie you can catch Kirk Acevedo in the following films: Band of Brothers, The Thin Red Line or in the following TV shows: The Black Donnellys and Oz.
Curious to see the role that inspired the writers of Fringe and brought Blair Brown to television? Watch Altered States or check out one of her most famous roles in John Belushi’s last movie, Contential Divide.
If you want to see more of Agent Broyles, check out Lance Reddick’s performance in Lost. Available on Hulu and ABC.com
See shades of Walter in John Noble’s role as The Steward of Gondor in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. Mr. Nobel appears in The Two Towers and Return of the King.
Want to see a different side of Anna Torv? Check out the pictures and quotes here
And of course I didn’t forget Joshua Jackson. His most famous roles before Fringe were The Mighty Ducks trilogy for Disney and Dawson’s Creek. Check out some of his other performances in the following films. Shutter, The Skulls, Aurora Borealis, Lone Star State of Mind, Bobby, Americano, Shadows in the Sun, Racing Stripes, I Love Your Work, The Laramie Project, The Safety of Objects, Ocean’s 11, Gossip, Apt Pupil, Urban Legend, Scream 2. Magic in the Water, and Andre.
All of the above mentioned films for all the actors are available at Netflix