Sometimes we want to forget who we are and just disappear. But, imagine if this really happened to you due to a traumatic event.
This is the storyline behind a recent episode of NBC’s long-running drama series “Law & Order: SVU.” In ‘Exile,’ actress Aimée Spring Fortier stepped in the shoes of an assault victim suffering from such a disorder – and she’s completely unaware of it when she wakes up in a hospital with no memory.
In real life, Aimée isn’t disappearing from our screens anytime soon. In fact, she’s scheduled to emerge again on NBC’s newest drama series, “The...
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24 is the best show of all time! It's easily #1, none can come even close for me ever! Agent Jack Bauer works for CTU (Counter Terrorist Unit) dealing with (terrorists) assassination...
Actress link has been all over the television screen lately. She headed back to her home state of Oregon to shoot an episode of NBC’s supernatural-hit GRIMM and also portrayed a pesky reporter on HBO’s politically satirical series VEEP.
I recently caught up with Sarah to find out about her appearances on these two shows and more.
Give us a recap of your role on NBC’s GRIMM.
SARAH: As the Doctor on call that night, I run a series of tests on Sgt. Wu after he was brought into the hospital with little recollection of what happened to him.
How was it working on this supernatural super-hit?