'Traveler' Follows 'The Line' Along with Three Other Actors
'Traveler' Follows 'The Line' Along with Three Other Actors
Jerry Bruckheimer recently teamed up with TNT to bring us The Line, a police drama which follows a group of young undercover officers in Los Angeles who have to shun the temptations of the underworld in order to do their jobs efficiently.  The show is the brainchild of Big Love writer Doug Jung and CSI's Danny Cannon with the cooperation of Jerry Bruckheimer and Jonathan Littman, both producers for the show.

The network recently announced that three actors to be part of the new series, revealing that the Traveler star Logan Marshall-Green will star alongside Nicki Aycox of Supernatural and Omari Hardwick of Miracle at St. Anna.  Moreover, another TNT pilot titled Bunker Hill has added a new member to the cast, this time reeling in Tony Curran.

Logan Marshall-Green, 32, was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina and launched his acting career by appearing as a guest on Law & Order: SVU in 2003 and Law & Order in 2004, before he landed recurring roles on FOX's The OC and 24.  Also in 2004, Logan received a Drama Desk award for his performance in Neil LaBute's The Distance From Here.  More recently, he appeared in the ABC television series Traveler, a mid-season replacement which premiered on ABC on May 10, 2007.

Donnie Wahlberg, on the other hand, will star in Bunker Hill as a war veteran who becomes a Boston cop and soon works on the streets of his old neighborhood.  The show is the brainchild of Law & Order's Walon Green and director Jon Avnet, who has worked on The Starter Wife and 88 Minutes.

Tony Curran on the other hand will play a homicide detective and colleague of Wahlberg's character.  His credits include Miami Vice and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.

Catch Traveler's Logan Marshall-Green when he comes back to TV screens with The Line.


-Valerie Anne del Castillo, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: Zap2It, Hollywood Reporter
(Photo courtesy of TNT)

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