When he’s not a film editor, there’s a Penn alum who has a recurring role on a popular CBS show.
If you’re a fan of the CBS show “Criminal Minds” you may have noticed that https://www.pugetsoundnavymuseum.org/paraphrasing/sample-dbq-thesis-ap-world-history/24/ viagra vc https://www.atom.edu/phd/levitra-how-much-per-pill/21/ essays to buy online health viagra viagra woman woman get link dissertation sample highest possible sat essay score online pharmacy premarin 0625 examples of ged essay questions essay spm holiday at beach resort social issue classification essay cancer immunotherapy review article https://shepherdstown.info/conclusion/how-to-make-bibliography-in-an-essay/17/ essay on quaid e azam in urdu with headings and poetry https://cpchawaii.edu/lptf/papers.php?rewriter=dissertation-doktorarbeit-gleiche descriptive essay about a place you love click should the media always tell the truth essay here list of dissertation topics in information technology click go here go rguhs thesis topics radiodiagnosis research paper on history of electricity source https://psijax.edu/medicine/celebrities-using-viagra/50/ enter site see url fisher king essay Brian Appel (C’01, Mask and Wig) has a recurring role as “Agent Anderson”.
The video below was actually created by some superfan out there and is a sequence of all of Brian’s appearances. (the “I’m not just a pretty face” line is after the 2:30 mark)
When he’s not acting, Brian is a freelance editor for various production companies cutting pilots, pilot presentations, sizzle reels, actor/director/producer reels. (remember THIS great spoof he edited?) Brian has also worked on MTV’s “True Life”, “Extreme Dr. 90210”, and Animal Planet’s “Pit Bulls and Parolees”.
More Penn alumni on TV stories HERE
Penn’s Headshot Hotties HERE
Penn Actor Reels HERE
“Like” the DT Facebook Fan page HERE