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Erich Anderson

Erich Anderson is an actor, sometimes credited as E. Erich Anderson, who has starred in film and on television. He is best known for his first film role in the 1984 horror film Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter as Rob Dier. He also starred in the 1988 film Bat*21 and in the 2002 drama film Unfaithful. Anderson’s television appearances have included the series Second Chances as Bruce Christianson, thirtysomething as Billy Sidel, and Felicity as Felicity’s father. He also guest starred on Melrose Place as Courtney Thorne-Smith‘s psychiatrist. He has made guest appearances on such television series as Murder, She Wrote, CSI, CSI: Miami, Star Trek: The Next Generation in the Season 5 episode “Conundrum” as Commander Kieran MacDuff, and Boomtown as D.A. Ben Fisher. He also appeared in Season 3 Episode 19 of US drama House

Lew Temple

Lew Temple (born October 2, 1967) is an American film actor, known for his roles as Locus Fender in the action film, Domino, Cal, the diner manager in the comedy-drama Waitress, and Axel in the third season of The Walking Dead. Temple was raised in Texas. He was the 1982 Baseball MVP at Rollins College, and graduated in 1985. Baseball Though he was too small for the big leagues, he continued with his love for baseball, snagging roles as a minor league bullpen catcher for the Seattle Mariners and Houston Astros. In 1986, he was the scout for the New York Mets, and would later go on to serve as Assistant Director of Minor League Operations and Scouting for the Astros until 1993. Film Temple has had several film roles in the horror genre, appearing in Rob Zombie‘s horror film, The Devils Rejects as Adam Banjo, portraying Sheriff Winston in the prequel to the remake of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and as Noel Kluggs in Rob Zombie‘s slasher film, Halloween. Temple played Marv in Trailer Park of Terror, and Pete in the thriller/horror film House. In 2016 he starred in Rob Zombie Slasher film 31 as Psycho-Head. Temple’s other film roles include Locus Fender in

E.G. Daily

Elizabeth Ann Guttman (born September 11, 1961), known professionally as Elizabeth Daily and E.G. Daily, is an American actress and singer. She is known for her portrayal of voicing Tommy Pickles in Rugrats and its spin-off All Grown Up! and in the Rugrats film series, Buttercup in The Powerpuff Girls, Rudy Tabootie in ChalkZone, and Private Isabel “Dizzy” Flores in Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles. Daily also provided the voice of the title role in the live-action feature film Babe: Pig in the City, replacing her Rugrats co-star Christine Cavanaugh (who originally voiced Chuckie Finster and later died in December 2014). She also played the role of Dottie in the film Pee-wee’s Big Adventure. In 1997, she also played alongside Lisa Kudrow in an episode of Friends, “The One With Phoebe’s Ex Singing Partner”. Voice acting She has voiced television characters such as Tommy Pickles in Rugrats and its spin-off All Grown Up! and in the Rugrats film series, Buttercup in The Powerpuff Girls, Rudy Tabootie in ChalkZone, and Freefall / Roxy Spaulding in the film Gen¹³ and Private Isabel “Dizzy” Flores in Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles. She provided the voice for the title role in the live-action feature film Babe:

Mitch Pileggi

Mitchell Craig “Mitch” Pileggi (born April 5, 1952) is an American actor, best known for his role as Walter Skinner on The X-Files. He also had a recurring role on Stargate Atlantis as Colonel Steven Caldwell. He appeared in the 2008 film Flash of Genius. In 2008, he began a recurring role as Ernest Darby in Sons of Anarchy. He starred as Harris Ryland in the TNT revival of Dallas (2012–2014). Pileggi, one of several children, was born in Portland, Oregon, the son of Maxine Anna (Minor), a homemaker, and Vito Pileggi, a defense contractor.[1] His family moved frequently because of his father’s occupation, and Pileggi lived in Oregon, California, and Texas before spending most of his adolescence in Turkey.[2] Pileggi was a high school athlete, concentrating on wrestling and football. He attended the University of Texas at Austin, receiving a degree in business. For a while he worked in Iran as a defense contractor, until the 1979 Iranian revolution caused him and his brother to have to flee the country, escaping to Greece.[citation needed] Pileggi began acting while he was a high school student in Turkey, playing musical theater.[3] After returning to Austin from Iran, he performed in local