Michael C. Hall
He's been lucky to have two iconic TV roles back to back. First, he played David Fisher on "Six Feet Under," and then immediately scored the role of Dexter Morgan once "SFU" was done.
Premium cable has been good to Michael C. Hall. Here's hoping he can find another starring vehicle on Showtime or HBO. Prestige cable networks like FX or AMC could also provide him with a great leading role, too. Perhaps an Americanized version of "Breathless" or "Call the Midwife" would suit? Whatever role he takes next, fans will be watching.
Harrington has a real image problem. He's often typecast as a rake or a bad guy. Most TV fans know Harrington as either Quinn from "Dexter" or the dastardly Uncle Jack from "Gossip Girl." However, fans who saw Harrington in the indie comedy "Timer" know that he can handle romantic parts as well.
Get this guy a romantic comedy opposite Rachel McAdams, stat! Desmond Harrington needs to show film and TV fans that he can be more than just a troubled antihero.
There's one show on TV that's crying out for Carpenter, and it's "The Walking Dead." It would make total sense for Carpenter to join the series. She already has plenty of experience with guns and violence on "Dexter," and she proved that she's a great horror actress with her star turn in "Quarantine." She has it all: brains, beauty, a ruggedness that any zombie-apocalypse survivor needs, and great comedic timing. After Andrea went all girly and useless last season, "TWD" really needs another strong female character.
Why is it James Remar always seems to play dead fathers? In addition to his "Dexter" role, Remar is also known to TV fans as the murdered father of the Salvatore brothers on "The Vampire Diaries." Most recently seen in "Django Unchained," Remar is due for a juicy villain role. Any chance he could get drafted into a multi-episode arc on "Hannibal" or "Revenge"?
Recently pegged as a great potential guest star on TNT's "Major Crimes" because he sort of resembles actor Michael Paul Chan, C.S. Lee would also be at home with another forensics role. Lee would fit right in on any other police procedural show, but his macabre humor would make him an outstanding morgue buddy for Woody on "Psych."
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