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As you might have noticed, Mehcad tweeted this hilarious Dwyane Wade video yesterday!
Also, I have added the screencaps of his appearance in the show Cold Case. He appeared as basketball player Herman Lester in 2004. Thanks to these additions, we now have more than 3000 pictures in the gallery!
Nothing new from Mehcad, so here are the screencaps of his appearance in the movie In the Valley of Elah. The movie is excellent, although Mehcad has a very small part. But I still recommend it! Enjoy!
Also, I added a Shoutbox which you can find on your right. Leave a message to let me know what you think about the website! And last but not least, I changed the title of Mehcad's project again (!)... Remember the Lockjaw movie? It got turned into Brother's Blood and now it's called Blood is Blood on IMDB... And we finally know the name of Mehcad's character. He will play Niles in the movie! Let's hope things are settled now!
Here's a short excerpt of the panel. The questions were asked by Jim Halterman.
The new ABC drama My Generation may not be premiering until September but the cast and producers were on hand today at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills to talk about their characters and the show. Actor Mehcad Brooks (best known for his role on True Blood) talked to reporters about his role and returning to his hometown of Austin for filming.
QUESTION: Can you talk about what you guys were like in high school and what dreams you had at that point that, of course, turned out maybe differently.
MEHCAD BROOKS: I’m actually from Austin too, which is great. So I was a kid dreaming in Austin, Texas, about being an actor. And who knew, 10 years from then, I would be brought back to Austin to play a character from…so I’m actually back in my hometown portraying a guy who’s coming back to his hometown…
QUESTION: For Mehcad, if it’s easier to film at home than it is for you to shoot a series away…what the difference is?
MEHCAD BROOKS: I had mixed emotions about going home because, you know, there’s always a reason to leave home as well. And so for me, I had to confront a lot of things in my past, and some things I wasn’t ready for, but I had to get ready for them. And it helped me as an actor because it’s the same thing that my character is going to go through. He’s been in Afghanistan for a long time. As much as he loves his wife and is ready to come home and see his future child, it’s tough to leave the guys that you’re leading in front of the front lines, that every decision that you make, their life is in danger or at stake. So I just finally accepted it, and it was a little scary. And that’s kind of hard to admit, but my heart is in Austin. So it’s really amazing. I wake up every day, and I look out at this landscape that I grew up seeing. And then I get a call time, and I go to work. I’m like, “That doesn’t make sense.” But I couldn’t be luckier. I couldn’t be more blessed. So yeah, it’s amazing.