Marc Singer Returns to V!

Marc Singer Returns to V!

By Mother Brain

Coming off the heels of the Jane Badler news, this is the news I’ve been waiting over a year for. Marc Singer, the actor who played the badass TV cameraman-turned-Resistance fighter in the original incarnation of V, has signed on to guest star on the updated version of the series that starts its 2nd season on January 4. From what’s been described about his involvement, Singer will be playing a similar human character who knows of the Visitors’ true evil motives. As I mentioned in an earlier blog, the current show desperately needs tougher male characters since the majority of them are prissy in contrast to the females on the show. While it sucks that he won’t appear until the season finale, bringing Singer back will hopefully inject the testosterone of the original 80’s series and also be a clear sign of other original series actors to return (i.e. Faye Grant, Robert Englund, Michael Ironside, etc). Here’s the original article below from

Keck’s Exclusives: Original V Star Marc Singer Returns to ABC’s V!

William Keck
Nov 29, 2010 11:01 AM ET
by William Keck

Marc Singer

The excitement just keeps on building for ABC’s V. Following the awesome news that Jane Badler will be appearing as Anna’s evil mother Diana comes word that Jane’s original V co-star Marc Singer will also be appearing on the updated version of NBC’s ’80s cult fave. A show source tells me exclusively that Marc, who played freedom fighter Mike Donovan in the ’80s version, will be playing a new character named Lars Tremont. Lars is a member of a super top secret organization comprised of high-ranking military and government leaders from around the globe, who have long suspected that the Visitors — despite what they tell us — are very much not here in peace.

Marc, 62, is also known to sci-fi fans for his role in the 1982 film The Beastmaster and the more recent Beastmaster spin-off series, while soap fans might Remember him from Dallas or The Young & the Restless. Jane Badler will make her debut in the Jan. 4 season premiere, while Marc will pop up in the 10th episode, which is also the second season finale. The two won’t share any scenes in the episode…but there’s always that possibility in season three. (Fingers crossed.) Faye Grant, make sure your cell phone’s charged! You might be next.

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"Staten Island, NY native Andre´ Joseph had a love for movies from a very early age. He began his career making short films with family and friends on home video. He attended the New York Film Academy summer program in 2001 where he first gained experience working with 16 millimeter film and later graduated Magna Cum Laude from Emerson College in 2006 where he received a degree in Visual and Media arts. He also interned in television production with VH1 Classic in the summer of 2006. In 2008, Andre´ formed his own New York-based independent film production company, AJ Epyx Productions, LLC. The company’s first feature film, Priceless, which Mr. Joseph wrote, starred, and directed, opened at Tribeca Cinemas in October 2008 and was selected for exhibition at the NY International Independent Film & Video Festival in March 2009. His second feature film, Dishonorable Vendetta, was the official selection at the NewFilmmakers NY Winter Series in 2015. Most recent projects include the dramatic short film Night Stream which was nominated for 4 World Music & Independent Film Festival awards including winner for Best Supporting Actor, the comedic short film Tempted which was the official selection at the Garden State Film Festival, and the short dramedy The Dinner. When not making films, Andre´ co-hosts the movie review web series The Cinefiles for the geek culture site, This is Infamous. He enjoys weight lifting, running, yoga, comic books, wrestling, football, basketball, and an extremely eclectic taste in music."

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