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Timeless (TV series) - Wikipedia. An experimental time machine is stolen by ex-NSA asset Garcia Flynn, who mysteriously goes off the grid after allegedly killing his wife and child.

Timeless (TV series) - Wikipedia

A team consisting of history professor Lucy Preston, soldier Wyatt Logan, and engineer Rufus Carlin is sent back in time using a prototype machine to capture him. However, they soon realize that Flynn and his associates are plotting to rewrite American history, and that each of them has a connection to his plan. Lucy's primary concern is for her ailing mother. Wyatt is shown grieving over the recent demise of his wife. Rufus, the scientist who helped develop the time machine, is distressed over the fact that Flynn stole his invention.

Matt Frewer as Anthony Bruhl, a key team member of the time machine project at Mason Industries.Susanna Thompson as Carolyn Preston, Lucy's mother. Shawn Ryan and Eric Kripke, creators and show runners of the series drew inspiration from Quantum Leap, Back to the Future and Voyagers. Abigail Spencer - Wikipedia. Early life[edit] Spencer was born and raised in Gulf Breeze, Florida,[1] the daughter of Lydia Ann (Brown) and surfer Yancy Spencer III (1950-2011).[2] She has two brothers, Yancy Spencer IV (born c. 1973) and Sterling Spencer (born c. 1986).

Abigail Spencer - Wikipedia

Career[edit] Spencer at the premiere of This Is Where I Leave You in September 2014 Spencer at the 73rd Annual Peabody Awards As of 2013, Spencer has starred as Amantha Holden in the Sundance Channel original drama series Rectify.[11] She was nominated for Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and Satellite Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama for her performance in the series.[12][13][14] Personal life[edit] Spencer married Andrew Pruett in 2004 and filed for divorce in February 2012.[22] The couple have a son named Roman. Matt Lanter - Wikipedia. Career[edit] In 2008, he took on the lead role as Zach Conroy in The Cutting Edge: Chasing the Dream, with Francia Raisa.

Matt Lanter - Wikipedia

In February 2008, he was announced to portray the lead role of Will, in Lionsgate's Parody/Comedy film Disaster Movie. The film is written and directed by directing and screenwriting duo Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer who have previously worked on other Parody films such as Meet The Spartans and Epic Movie. The film spoofs recent disaster films such as Cloverfield. He stars with Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Minnillo and Carmen Electra.

In October 2008, he was announced to star in Summit Entertainment's remake of the cult 1983 slasher film The House on Sorority Row. In May 2009, it was announced he had signed on for the role of Jason Webber in Screen Gems' horror film The Roommate. Star Wars[edit] Personal life[edit] Lanter married his longtime girlfriend, Angela Stacy, on June 14, 2013. Goran Višnjić - Wikipedia. Credited as Goran Visnjic in his English-language work, he adopted the simplified spelling of his name when he came to the United States in the late 1990s.[3] Early life[edit] Goran Višnjić was born in Šibenik.

Goran Višnjić - Wikipedia

He has one sibling, an elder brother, Joško. His father, Željko, was a bus driver, and his mother, Milka, worked in a market.[4] He appeared in plays throughout his childhood and made his screen debut at age 16 in the controversial Yugoslav film, Braća po materi (1988), playing a young Ustaša. In 1990, at the age of 18, Višnjić was drafted to serve his one-year military obligation in the Yugoslavian army, and volunteered as a paratrooper. Career[edit] Višnjić was the youngest actor to be chosen for the title role in Shakespeare's Hamlet at the Dubrovnik Summer Theatre Festival. Malcolm Barrett (actor) - Wikipedia. Malcolm Barrett (born 1980) is an American actor.

Malcolm Barrett (actor) - Wikipedia

Barrett played the character "Dr. Lem Hewitt" on the ABC television show, Better Off Ted and was a supporting character in the Academy Award-winning The Hurt Locker. Barrett is a spoken word artist and hip hop performer who has recorded under the aliases "Tourette's," "Verbal," and "The Velvet Rope.

" He appeared on the 2002 EP Timber, by electronic recording artist and fellow Stuyvesant classmate M Pinto. He is currently working on his debut album entitled The Backpacker's Guide to the Galaxy. Malcolm Barrett at the Internet Movie Database.