An award-winning actress whose known for daytime work as well as a recurring part on the drama "Crossing Jordan", Jennifer Finnigan stars in NBC's midseason comedy "Committed." A Canadian, Finnigan's early roles included parts on "Student Bodies." In the United States, Finnigan was introduced to television audiences in the cable series "Are You Afraid of the Dark?", "La Femme Nikita", and "The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo."
'Tyrant': Howard Gordon, experts discuss drama's authenticity
After shooting conflicts and a move from Israel to Turkey for safety reasons, the cast of FX's "Tyrant" was unavailable to join executive producer Howard Gordon on a panel at the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour on Monday. In their place sat experts on Middle Eastern culture -- all advisers to the drama series. From the periphery, the group of panelists reviews the show as it ...'Tyrant' moves to Turkey as violence continues in Israel
"Tyrant," the new FX drama set in a fictional, war-torn Middle-Eastern country, has moved its production from Israel to Turkey amid ongoing violence in Israel. Cast and crew of the program, which has two episodes left to shoot in its 10-episode first season, were flown from its production base of Tel Aviv to Istanbul on Sunday as a week-long eruption of Palestinian-Israeli violence shows no ...Leslie Hope Joins FX?s ?Tyrant?; Raymond J. Barry In CW?s ?The 100?
Leslie Hope has booked a recurring role on FX?s Tyrant from Homeland executive producers Howard Gordon and Gideon Raff and Six Feet Under alum Craig Wright. It tells the story of an unassuming American family ? Barry (Adam Rayner); his strong, smart and idealistic wife Molly (Jennifer Finnigan); and their kids Emma (Anne Winters) and Sammy (Noah Silver) ? drawn into the workings of a turbulent ...Will FX's New Family Drama Tyrant Rule?
FX's latest dramaTyrantis a strange case.The drama (premieringTuesday at 10/9c) stars Adam Rayner as Bassam Barry Al-Fayeed, the second son of a dictator (Nasser Faris) who left his homeland ? the fictional Middle Eastern country of Abuddin ? and started his own family in California. But when Barry's wife Molly (Jennifer Finnigan) urges him to return to Abuddin after 20 years for his nephew's ...FX?s compelling ?Tyrant? finds grown son ensnared in family he escaped
?Tyrant? is the most engrossing new show of the summer. In this drama from Emmy-winning producer Howard Gordon (?24,? ?Homeland?), a prodigal son returns home to the family he ran away from 20 years earlier. Here, the family happens to be rulers of a Middle Eastern nation threatened by citizen unrest and terrorist attacks.'Tyrant': A first-class dilemma
Advance look at scene from premiere of drama about family of Middle East dictatorFX's 'Tyrant': What the Critics Are Saying
With executive producer Howard Gordon of "Homeland" and "24" taking the reins, the Arab drama brings a "Godfather"-like plot to the Middle East.Conflict forces TV show from Israel
US TV drama Tyrant stops filming in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv due to the current conflict in Gaza.'Game Of Thrones' Withdrawal? 5 New Dramas To Help Cope
"Game of Thrones" had such an impressive Season 4 run that many fans are feeling pangs of "GoT" withdrawal.5 New Dramas To Help Beat 'Game Of Thrones' Withdrawal
"Game of Thrones" had such an impressive Season 4 run that many fans are feeling pangs of "GoT" withdrawal. The HBO show produced a heart-pounding season full of shocks (so many deaths!), jaw-dropping fights (The Mountain vs. Oberyn, Brienne vs. The Hound), incredible performances (Peter Dinklage, Pedro Pascal and Maisie Williams to name a few) and deepening supernatural mysteries (Bran's run in ...
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Jennifer won "Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series" in 2002, 2003 and 2004 for her work as Bridget Forrester on the daytime drama "The Bold and the Beautiful."
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