Here's a list of the latest projects Dean has worked on.
Air/Release Date: January 3, 2005
Television Mini-Series: Airing on CBC Television/Canada
Character: Stan Ryckman
Air/Release Date: Fall 2005
Made for Television Movie
Character: Detective Danny Riggins
Dean's currently working on the made for T.V. movie 'Kojak'
that is slated to be aired some time early 2005 on USA Network. Thanks go out to Maria for sending this information
More information can be found by reading the following article that was posted to the T.V. Barn on July 24,
Thanks go out to Maria for this latest update on an article that appeared in Sunday, August
1st Toronto Star by entertainment columnist Rita Zekas:
'Dean McDermott (Touch Of Pink) is shooting 'Kojak'. Toronto Star Entertainment
Columnist - Rita Zekas.
'Kojak will be a made for TV Movie based on the classic
television series that aired in the early 70's. Please see the 'News' link for an article about 'Kojak'
that was published in the TV Barn on July 24, 2004.
Posted by tvbarn
July 24, 2004 03:43 PM CT
HE'S BALD. HE'S BACK. AND THIS TIME AROUND, HE'S BADDER THAN EVER.
AND ROSELYN SANCHEZ JOIN VING RHAMES IN USA NETWORK ORIGINAL MOVIE 'KOJAK' PRODUCTION BEGAN JULY 21 IN TORONTO.
LOS ANGELES, CA: July 22, 2004: Chazz Palmenteri and Roselyn Sanchez
have joined the cast of the USA Network
Original movie 'Kojak,' which stars Ving Rhames ('Pulp Fiction,' 'Mission Impossible') in the title role, it was announced
today by Jeff Wachtel, USA's executive vice president, series and longform. Production began on July 21st in Toronto. The
movie will premiere on USA Network in the first quarter 2005.
Academy Award-nominated Chazz Palminteri ('Bullets Over
'The Usual Suspects') stars as Kojak's former partner and now boss Captain. Roselyn Sanchez ('Dragnet,' 'Rush
Hour 2') will appear as Assistant District Attorney Carmen Warrick.
'Kojak' is the first in a possible series of movies
based on the hit police drama, which originally starred Telly Savalas as the bald, street-wise police detective with a fondness
for lollypops, Lieutenant Theo Kojak, and aired on CBS from 1973 to 1978. The show was celebrated by police departments around
the country for what was then considered a realistic portrayal of police work.
In the film, Kojak hunts down a serial killer who continues to puzzle New York City detectives by targeting
prostitutes with young children. After visiting a crime scene where he meets a victim's children left without their mother
- let alone a legal guardian - he is overcome with anger and compassion, and vows to personally avenge the killings.
is executive produced by Rhames and Tom Thayer (A&E's 'The Great Gatsby'). Michael Watkins ('Five Days To Midnight,' 'Las
Vegas' pilot) directs the script penned by Tony Piccirillo ('The 24th Day').
HERE'S THE LATEST UPDATE ON THE 'due South' SEASON 3 DVD's!
release date for the 'due South' season 3 DVD's has been set. September 21, 2004.
the 3rd season release, as a bonus, will be the much anticipate pilot episode.
This is the season where Dean is featured in the following episodes:
'Burning Down the House', 'Bounty Hunter', 'Asylum' this
episode is the one where Turnbull challenges Kowalski when it comes to defending curling, 'Perfect Strangers'
and 'Mountie on the Bounty' Parts I & II.
The 4 DVD set includes the feature length pilot episode. You can click on the link and pre-order your set for
delivery when it arrives to them. The set is available for pre-order through Amazon.ca and the price is $ 74.96/CAD.