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Robin Tunney is an American actress, who was born on June 19, 1972. She is best known for her role as Teresa Lisbon in the CBS TV Show "The Mentalist". She appeared in many other TV projects, such as "Prison Break", "House M.D." and "Law & Order". Some of her most famous movie productions are "Hollywoodland", "The Craft", "End Of Days" and "Vertical Limit". Her latest movie is "See Girl Run", which was released in 2012.
THE MENTALIST Release Date: 2008-present Role: Teresa Lisbon Creator: Bruno Heller IMDb Rating: 8.0/10.0 Information | Official | Pictures
SEE GIRL RUN Release Date: 2012 Role: Emmie Director: Nate Meyer IMDb Rating: 6.0/10.0 Information | Official | Pictures<
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Below you’ll find information on the upcoming episode “So Long, And Thanks For All The Red Snapper“, 4×22, which will air on May 3rd, 2012. Spoiler alert – do NOT read on if you don’t want to!
LISBON RECONNECTS WITH HER FORMER FIANCÉ WHILE INVESTIGATING THE MURDER OF A SURFER, ON “THE MENTALIST”, THURSDAY, MAY 3
“So Long, and Thanks for All the Red Snapper” — While investigating the murder of a surfer, Lisbon reconnects with her former fiancé, Kenny Johnson, who she hasn’t seen in over a decade. Also, Cho questions his decision to be in a relationship with Summer, on “The Mentalist”, Thursday, May 3 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Simon Baker (Patrick Jane)
Robin Tunney (Teresa Lisbon)
Tim Kang (Kimball Cho)
Owain Yeoman (Wayne Rigsby)
Amanda Righetti (Grace Van Pelt)
Samaire Armstrong (Summer)
Brendan McCarthy (Lance Gladstone)
Claire Rankin (Greta Marshall)
Kenny Johnson (Greg Tayback)
Tim DeZarn (Arkin Shea)
Brett Rice (Chief Burt Anson)
Brighid Fleming (Lauren Tayback)
Keran Milcki-Sanchez (Tookie Burroughs)
Max Van Ville (Jeeter James)
Stephanie Lemelin (Vicki Lang)
Preston Jones (Tark Mitchum)
Racheal Seymour (Uni #1)
Roy Joaquin (Uni #2)
I just wanted to drop by and wish all our lovely visitors and members a happy Easter! I hope you have a great one and spend it with your family and beloved ones. Thanks to those who keep visiting this fansite, support and promote us. Have a wonderful and peaceful time. Hopefully Robin and her family enjoy Easter either. Robin Tunney Online wishes you a happy Easter!
“Entourage” actress Emmanuelle Chriqui is joining “The Mentalist” as a major new love interest for Simon Baker’s Patrick Jane, TVLine has learned exclusively.
The actress has been cast in the recurring role of Loraliei Martins, a mysterious new woman in Jane’s life who may be too good to be true. Chriqui is set to debut in the CBS drama’s May 17 finale and then return for at least five episodes next season.
Big news! The official trailer for Robin’s latest movie “See Girl Run” (2012) was finally released a few days ago. I took 65 HQ screen captures that I uploaded to the image archive. I’m desperate to finally see “See Girl Run”. To my mind, the storyline is pretty interesting and Robin looks quite stunning, as always.
DailyActor got a chance to interview Robin and director Nate Meyer at SXSW about the movie, how she wanted to tackle another character and what difference was between preparing for the movie and “The Mentalist”. You may also listen to the interview here or download it here.
When did you start to write the film?
Nate Meyer: I actually wrote it four years ago, and at the time had been working on another film that I had written that was in development and trying to get that going. But this one just sprang out and ultimately I put the other one aside because I really wanted to tell the story.
The first person to come on ended up being the executive producer was David Gordon Greene. Of course it’s such a strong lead female role and we were talking about various actors and he knew Robin and suggested her. Of course, I’d seen her in stuff for many years. She was the only person we talked to.
I had a long conversation with her and we realized were like minded to a large degree in the kinds of films we loved and why we do this. I sent her the script to my first film and her response to the script was all the thoughts that I had as I had been sharing it with others, with David and some other people that I had told the movie to. She just totally got it. And then we ran and that was it. Then it was just a matter of trying to get the money and make the schedule.
Robin Tunney: Trying to get the money. Everybody here has probably told you about getting the money. I work a long time during the year, and so being able to have everything sort of come together. It’s funny because movies have changed so much. It’s sad in a way, like they don’t make as many movies as they used to.
Good movies, yeah.
Robin Tunney: Bad movies too. There is less of them, so by percentage less of them are going to be good. I think that the Lex, the camera we shot the film on is going to really change movies though, because you don’t need as much money as you once needed. You know, you don’t want a film to be distractingly bad looking, it brings you out. I think there are certain movies you can tell the story on video if it’s like driven by video, like if it’s for a purpose. Do you know what I mean? Generally you don’t want that person to notice how something looks. You just want them to have feelings. This camera has sort of allowed smaller movies to look big and people don’t need the same amount of money that they once needed to sort of tell a story. I hope it will open the gates and more movies will be made that are small.