While most viewers already have an idea of the premise of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and what to expect in the pilot when it debuts on January 13, 2008, very little is known about the episodes beyond the series premiere.  But now, bits of information are gradually surfacing the internet.

TV Guide reveals a bunch of male actors who will soon be joining the cast consisting of Lena Headey (Sarah Connor), Thomas Dekker (John Connor), Summer Glau (Cameron Phillips), and Richard T. Jones (James Ellison) as they carry on new adventures to continue the Terminator film franchise.

Read on to find out more about the upcoming guest stars of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

As previously hinted by Glau during an interview with Access Hollywood, Owain Yeoman of The Nine will be appearing as Cromartie in the pilot episode of the series, where her character Cameron takes on the evil male terminator.  However, TV Guide reports that actor Garret Dillahunt will be coming on board to take over the role for a few more episodes.

Dillahunt, who began his career on Broadway, is recently known for his role on Damages as Marshall Phillips.  His other notable roles include Dr. Michael Smith on HBO’s John from Cincinnati, Steve Curtis on the medical drama ER, and Matthew Ross on the science fiction series The 4400.

Also gracing The Sarah Connor Chronicles is Brian Austin Green, who will be guest starring for multiple episodes.  Though no details have been disclosed about his character, TV Guide hints that he’ll be playing a significant role on the series.  This Beverly Hills 90210 veteran marks his return on primetime television following his stint on series like Stacey Stone and Freddie.  In addition the Terminator, he has also been cast in the 2008 thriller movie Breaking Point.

Last but not the least, Andre Royo is also set to take on a recurring guest role on the show.  Royo is most famous for his exposure on HBO’s The Wire as a drug addict and confidential informant named Bubbles since the show’s first season.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: TV Guide
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Kris De Leon

Staff Writer, BuddyTV