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18 March 2010 @ 01:25 pm

Sherry recently starred in the Lifetime movie, Who Is Clark Rockefeller? alongside Eric McCormack (Will & Grace). You can check out some stills from the movie here.
18 November 2009 @ 10:27 pm
Even though Back didn't get picked up, SciFi Wire has written a very positive review about the pilot.

Richard Miles's marriage is a rocky, his wife is a recovering alcoholic, he has two young children, and even though he works hard, money is very tight. One evening he returns home, just as he has every other day. However, this day is different. His family freaks out, and his children are mysteriously older. He discovers that he's been declared dead since the towers fell on 9/11, and he's been missing for eight years.

Richard (Skeet Ulrich) is wearing the same clothes he left in, and he doesn't appear to have aged at all. Just as confused as everyone else, he discovers that his wife has remarried and his kids have suffered terribly because of his loss. But what happened to Richard? Did he have amnesia? Did God send him back to Earth on a mission? Was he kidnapped by aliens? Did he fall through a crack in time?

His wife's new husband just wants him to leave, but Richard knows he can't do that. While he has no memory of the last eight years, he knows he's returned for a reason. Created by Dean Widenmann.

Would Back have gone forward on CBS? No. Despite the terrible title, Back is one of the finest pieces of drama we've seen in a long time, from the amazing script to the beautiful direction to the wonderful acting, especially by Skeet Ulrich and Sherry Stringfield. But it's just so very sad. It's been eight years since 9/11 and we've moved on. But this pilot brings back the most painful memories that few viewers could manage to watch week after week.

Source: SciFi Wire
09 October 2009 @ 10:17 pm
Sherry's appearance on Curb Your Enthusiasm will air this Sunday night, 11 October 2009, at 8pm on HBO. :)
08 October 2009 @ 09:26 pm
Sherry Stringfield has been tapped to star opposite Eric McCormack on Lifetime's original movie based on the true story of the con artist known as Clark Rockefeller.

Claiming to be an heir to the famous Rockefeller dynasty, the German-born con (McCormack), born Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, became a fixture in Boston high society and eventually married Sandra Boss (Stringfield), a millionaire with a Harvard MBA and a partner at the prestigious business consulting firm McKinsey & Co.

After losing custody of their daughter during the divorce, Rockefeller kidnapped the girl during a supervised visit in July 2008. The abduction and Rockefeller's apprehension after the safe retrieval of his daughter drew nationwide attention and led to the discovery of his real identity.

Mikael Salomon is directing the Sony TV-produced film from a script by Edithe Swensen.

Source: www.hollywoodreporter.com
01 August 2009 @ 01:21 pm
I'm getting google alerts telling me that Sherry will be guest starring on an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm in its 7th season. More details to follow, I'm sure.

24 June 2009 @ 06:58 pm

18 June 2009 @ 09:45 am
Here's the trailer for Sherry's new film, The Stepfather -

Only a small glimpse of Sherry. I'm not sure how big her role is.
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05 May 2009 @ 08:52 am
Hey guys! I understand this community hasn't been updated in a while, so hopefully I can get an answer to my question still. *pats the community*

So I recently started to watch ER again, back when episodes were first airing, I stopped watching after Dr. Greene died. Which turns out was a huge mistake! Because now I am really digging the later seasons and I especially love Susan Lewis. I just finished "Free Fall" and am a hopeless romantic, but I think Susan and Chuck are so adorable together. (I find this amusing because back when everything originally aired and I was in High School, I hated Susan with a fiery passion and now she's my favorite character on the series! XD)

I was wondering, IMDB says that Donal Logue plays Chuck Martin in a couple episodes in season 10 but I watched them and am pretty sure he's not in them. It says he's in the first episode "Now What?" and in "Death and Taxes" (which is a big Susan episode), before showing up in "Free Fall", but the versions I have don't show him. And then in the "Previously on ER" for "Free Fall", they reference a scene where Chuck is talking to Susan, I think in a bed, and then you hear Susan say something to Chen/Abby about how she doesn't think it's going to work out.

So did they cut those scenes from the TV versions of the episodes and then add them into the DVDs (I am 90% sure I'm watching versions that were first aired on TV)? I've considered checking out the episodes on iTunes because I'm a dork like that! ^_^;

http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0018633/filmoseries#tt0108757 (season 10 episodes IMDB credits him for are Now What? (25 September 2003), Death and Taxes (13 November 2003), Freefall (20 November 2003), Blood Relations (19 February 2004) and The Student (1 April 2004))
26 April 2009 @ 03:07 pm

Release Date: October 16, 2009
Studio: Screen Gems (Sony)
Director: Nelson McCormick
Screenwriter: J.S. Cardone
Starring: Dylan Walsh, Sela Ward, Penn Badgley, Sherry Stringfield, Jon Tenney, Paige Turco, Amber Heard
Genre: Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for intense sequences of violence, disturbing images, mature thematic material and brief sensuality)
Official Website: Not Available

Plot Summary: Michael Harding (Penn Badgley) returns home from military school to find his mother (Sela Ward) happily in love and living with her new boyfriend, David (Dylan Walsh). As the two men get to know each other, Michael becomes more and more suspicious of the man who is always there with a helpful hand. Is he really the man of her dreams or could David be hiding a dark side?

Source: sorenz.dk
04 April 2009 @ 05:35 pm

It's 30 minutes past too late.
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