Archive for February 2011

Photo Gallery Update

In addition to the exciting news about the upcoming  TV Pilot, “Hallelujah” (see here) starring Jesse, the photo gallery has been updated with 128 new photographs.




The following galleries have been updated / added.


05 photos – Second Street Bowling Fundraiser – 05th Feb, 2011
26 photos – Law & Order Screen Captures – Season 13
19 photos – Law & Order On Location – 06th Oct, 2005
07 photos – Regis & Kelly – 11th Sept, 2009
14 photos – Jesse arriving @ Regis & Kelly – 22nd Feb, 2007
03 photos – One Time Award Trust – 14 April, 2008
30 photos – RENT Film – On Location – 14th March, 2005
08 photos – Revlon Walk / Run for Women – 4th May, 2002
05 photos – Miscellaneous Events & Galas – Various
01 photos – Merchant Of Venice Opening – 07th Nov, 2010
01 photos – Winter’s Tale Opening – 30th June, 2010
02 photos – Merchant of Venice Show – 2010
07 photos – Rent Press Conference – 19th Nov, 2005


Enjoy!

Jesse L. Martin to STAR in TV Pilot.

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 18 (UPI) — Actor Jesse L. Martin has signed on to star in a musical drama pilot called “Hallelujah,” The Hollywood Reporter said.


The project is headed up by “Desperate Housewives” creator Marc Cherry for ABC. It is about a Tennessee town where the forces of good and evil are at war, the entertainment industry trade newspaper said.


Martin is best known for his work on TV’s “Law & Order,” as well as in the movie musical “Rent.”


[ Source: UPI.Com / Hollywood Reporter ]

They Can Act, But Can They Bowl?

Bobby Cannavale, Jesse L. Martin and More Roll One for Second Stage
 

[ click here to see photos of Jesse L. Martin from this event ]

 

“I’m not a good bowler, I’ve never been a good bowler, I will likely never be a very good bowler,” admitted Bobby Cannavale who, along with other A-list actors, captained a team of lucky donors at Second Stage’s 24th annual All-Star Bowling Classic at Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge on February 7.

 

Fresh off his first day of rehearsals for Broadway’s The Motherf**ker with the Hat, the actor wasn’t expecting to lead his team to victory, but he did have a more reasonable goal in mind. “I’m hoping to walk away with the award for ‘Most Spirited’ again,” he said of the accolade he took home at last year’s event. “I have that up on my bookshelf, and I’m really proud of it.”

 

So who was going to walk away the night’s big winner? “I’m lookin’ at Anthony Mackie,” Second Stage alum Dylan Baker told Broadway.com. “Come on, he was on the cover of Vanity Fair, now he’s going to come in here and destroy the place.”

 

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