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What actor/actress was in these TV Shows?

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Those actors are all correctly identified.







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That's her!

Pagett Brewster
”Another Period” + ”Criminal Minds” + ”Grandfathered” + ”Andy Richter Controls the Universe” + ”Bojack Horseman” + ”Community” + ”Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law”

Pagett was also a series regular on "Huff”, ”Love & Money”, and ”The Trouble with Normal”, had a six-episode arc on ”Friends”, has been one of the storytellers on ”Drunk History”, and lent her vocal talents to many other animated series including “The Venture Bros.”, “Dan vs.”, “Godzilla: The Series”, the newer version of ”DuckTales”, and ”American Dad!”.




You're up, @Claireofthemoon



Pat Swayze & James Read in the TV mini-series "North & South" + "The Godfather of Harlem" would mean the answer is
Forest Whitaker
Which I guess makes the other a publicity photo of Michael Kelly for "Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior"





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Stephen Root is in at least two of those.

I recognized Barry and Man in the High Castle, but figured it out from Kim Possible and The Idiotsitter (shoutout Jillian Bell!)



Stephen Root is in at least two of those.

I recognized Barry and Man in the High Castle, but figured it out from Kim Possible and The Idiotsitter (shoutout Jillian Bell!)
He's in all seven, actually.

Stephen Root
”Barry” + “Justified” + “The Man in the High Castle” + “NewsRadio” + “Kim Possible” + HBO’s ”Perry Mason” + “Idiotsitter”

Stephen was also in the HBO mini-series ”From the Earth to the Moon”, a regular on ”Hearts of the West”, “Stephen King’s Golden Years”, and ”Ladies Man”, had a recurring role on ”Boardwalk Empire”, a four-episode arc on ”True Blood”, a five-episode arc on ”Pushing Daisies”, nine episodes of ”The West Wing”, four episodes so far of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", and he has lent his voice to “Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot”, “American Dad!”, “Batman: The Brave and the Bold”, “Adventure Time”, “Gravity Falls”, and ”King of the Hill”, among others.




Your turn if you want one, @Takoma11.



Sure! Give me a minute. (And just to state the obvious, start with 2 or 3 images, then post a few more if no one gets it?).

You might as well get used to the fact that Holden never posts just two or three images