HOT FEMALE CRIME FIGHTERS OF 2009

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EW has an awesome slideshow filled with photos of hot female actors whose characters kick ass and keep the streets safe for humanity.

Tomorrow I’ll put up their male counterparts.

This list includes…

ROBIN TUNNEY (TERESA LISBON) – THE MENTALIST

JENNIFER CARPENTER (DEBRA MORGAN) – DEXTER

EMILY PROCTER (CALLEIGH DUQUESNE) – CSI: MIAMI

While I’m here, I must say this.

One of the great joys of having your own site is being able to promote films and performers that fly under the radar. I can make my readership aware of anyone or anything that I feel is important.

ROBIN TUNNEY has long been a big favourite of mine. I’ve loved her in everything that I’ve ever seen her in: particularly JULIAN PO, CHERISH and HOLLYWOODLAND.

She was robbed of a SUPPORTING ACTRESS nom for the latter. Shame, shame, AMPAS

I watch television so rarely now that I didn’t even know she was in Prison Break. But I am thrilled that she was cast in THE MENTALIST.

Now if I could only make time to watch…

But ROBIN is brilliant, gorgeous and has the goods. I wish that Hollywood would provide her with better opportunities. She deserves to be a big star.

What can I say…?

Green eyed Irish girls rule

For the whole damn thing, please go here

2 Responses to “HOT FEMALE CRIME FIGHTERS OF 2009”

  1. you often do entries based on things that appear on tv/but you seldom watch tv.

    that’s pretty awesome. šŸ™‚

  2. glim, I usually know the actors from somewhere. So if I admire them I’m only too happy to promote their new programs.

    The performers that I like generally end up in critical hits or projects that have some ambition or street cred to them. Quite often I’ll see a few eps or watch bits and pieces here and there. I just really don’t have the time to watch full seasons of anything.

    I know some people swear by the DVR deal. But the idea of taping TV in order to watch it later (conveniently) just doesn’t float my boat.

    Almost all the various series that I ended up loving were not shows that I watched during their regular runs. Some were well before I arrived in this world and I didn’t have the time for others.

    Movies (and now watching DVDs) have been the only thing that ever was a priority for me in the television sector.

    But if something’s on after midnight (unless I go through periods where I have to be up early consistently) I’ll be much more likely to tune in.

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