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October 11 2006

Rudolf Martin (Buffy's Dracula) has joined the cast of Dexter. Rudolf Martin has joined the cast of Dexter as drug lord Carlos Guerrero. He's listed on three episodes, so far. Also, check out IMDB's listings at here and here.

That was him?!

Wow. I did not recognize him.

Dexter is my very favorite new show.
Ooh, Dexter! Now I have an excuse to gush here about the best new show on TV. I just can't get over how much I love this show.

Everybody should check out this series. Michael C. Hall (of Six Feet Under fame) is absolutely astonishing in this role, so charmingly twisted I can't help but fall in love -- even though he's a serial killer. Just, you know, a good kind of serial killer.

Julie Benz is also great as his insecure PTSD-suffering girlfriend. It's not a role I've ever seen her in. She's very sweet and I love them both together. They've got good chemistry.

If you want to discuss this show, join me on the whedonesque.org thread.

Ok, back to the topic at hand. Rudolf Martin: I didn't recognize him without the long hair and pale skin. It's funny that he's playing a Hispanic when he's actually German.

[ edited by ElectricSpaceGirl on 2006-10-11 22:27 ]
Edited entry to add hyperlinks.
Thanks for the edits, Simon. I appreciate the time you took (that I didn't) to do that.
Didn't recognize him at all. It's been a long time since I've watched Season 5's premiere though. Cool though, another Buffy actor/guest actor on the best new show of the season.
Love Michael C. Hall, have only caught one ep of Dexter so far, but dig it.
Does anyone realize that two vampires (Dracula and Darla) are now both on Dexter (albeit not actually as vampires)? Too cool.

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