Lincoln Meyer Boston Legal

. Lincoln Meyer is a character who appears in season 3 of Boston Legal, portrayed by David Dean Bottrell, who previously described Lincoln as (as one friend described) a “creepy and effeminate Truman Capote-style character”, which fits Lincoln well. David Dean Bottrell is an American actor, comedian and screenwriter best known for his role in numerous television series and the role of Lincoln Meyer in 8 episodes of the ABC television series Boston Legal. He is also the author of “Working Actor: Breaking In, Making a Living and Making a Life in the Fabulous Trenches of Show Business”, published by Ten Speed Press, a division of Random House. [1] Lots of nice quotes in this one – many interesting – and probably the most interesting interview I`ve read recently. But JB has to lose the word bio and Boston Legal fans should note that “Raymond Reddington would certainly like to have a platform to stand on in the courtroom, and we certainly will enjoy that.” He also wrote (with Jessie Jones) the off-Broadway play Dearly Departed,[2] which he and Jones later adapted into a film version titled Kingdom Come, starring Whoopi Goldberg, LL Cool J and Jada Pinkett Smith, produced by Fox Searchlight Pictures. [3] From “Better Call Saul” to “Severance,” take a look at the 50 best drama series of today, according to IMDb users. How many of these shows have you seen? In the summer of 2011, Bottrell (who is openly gay)[5] hosted his sold-out David Dean comedy one-man show Makes Love: A One-Man Show at the Rogue Machine Theatre in Los Angeles. In 2019, Bottrell brought a heavily remastered version of the series to Dixon Place in New York City,[8] and in January 2020, Penguin Random House Audio recorded a live version of the show and released it as an audiobook on February 11, 2020. [9] CULVER CITY, Calif.

(July 6, 2015) – NBC`s highest-rated drama returns to Blu-ray and DVD when Sony Pictures Home Entertainment releases THE BLACKLIST: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON on August 18. Three-time Emmy Award-winning® James Spader (“The Practice,” “Boston Legal”) leads the cast as Raymond “Red” Reddington in this action-packed crime series. The Blacklist picks up where the first season left off and exposes even more corruption. Red and Agent Keen, played by Megan Boone (“Law & Order: Los Angeles”), continue to work together to uncover the truth behind some of the world`s greatest known criminals. In the second season, Keen also digs deeper to understand his complex past, but a strong turn of events will cause the team to question his loyalty. The series stars a talented cast with Diego Klattenhoff (“Homeland”), Ryan Eggold (“90210”), Amir Arison (“Girls”), Mozhan Marnò (“House of Cards”) and Harry Lennix (Man of Steel). All 22 episodes are included on the three Blu-ray™ discs and DVDs of THE BLACKLIST: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON. The Blu-ray™ and DVD include two “Raymond Reddington: Man of the World” clips that show where Red traveled and how the show`s props and writers imagine the exact locations he visited. “Building a Blacklister: Vanessa Cruz” sheds light on the peculiarities of writers and how they find their favorite villains.

Exclusive to the Blu-ray™, there are commentary on two key episodes, deleted scenes, and two additional featurettes. The first, “After the Game: Luther Braxton,” shows the development of the Luther Braxton episode; from the interruption of the story to filming in New York. The second, “Known Associates: Red`s Inner Circle,” features some of Red`s various team members: Dembe, Mr. Kaplan, Teddy Brimley, and more. They discuss their characters and experiences on set with the show`s writers and showrunners. Check out some of our favorite couples in Hollywood. Lincoln is a very disturbed loner who seems to need everyone`s attention, no matter what he has to do. He first gained notoriety as a “peeping tom” admitted about Judge Hooper`s wife during their many extramarital affairs and was the one who voiced “the boy” as the prime suspect in her murder.