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Thursday, May 25, 2023

Remembering Ray Stevenson - TV & Film Career In Photos

Today would have been Ray Stevenson's 59th birthday.

Ray Stevenson who played Isaak Sirko (one of Dexter's most beloved adversaries) as a special guest star in Season 7 of Dexter for nine episodes unexpectedly died last Sunday, so here's a small tribute to him in his memory. 

George Raymond Stevenson was born 59 years ago today, on 25 May 1964 in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, and had three sons with Italian anthropologist Elisabetta Caraccia. He passed away on May 21st 2023, just four days before his 59th birthday. No cause of death has been revealed, but according to various sources he was rushed to the hospital while on set shooting 'Cassino in Ischia' on Ischia island in Italy. Keep scrolling to read Scott Reynolds' and Julie Benz's tribute, and get a glimpse and some of the most important television and movie roles of his career.

Monday, May 22, 2023

Sad News: Ray Stevenson Who Played Season 7's Big Bad Isaak Sirko Has Died at 58

The beloved Dexter actor died Sunday in Italy.


Sad news. Actor Ray Stevenson who portrayed Isaak Sirko, aka one of the most fan-favorite big bads in the history of Dexter, has died. He was only 58. His reps confirmed the news earlier today, but did not provide details.

Friday, May 19, 2023

WGA Strike In L.A. - Mini Dexter Reunion Featuring Julie Benz, C.S. Lee, Clancy Brown and More

Dexter and Dexter: New Blood actors show their support!

Scott Reynolds/Twitter

After 15 years, the Writers Guild of America are on strike again. On May 2nd, the Writers Guild of America (WGA) moved forward with a strike after studios rejected the organization's proposals for better compensation and equity for writers. Yesterday, the Dexter and Dexter: New Blood writers including Scott Reynolds were joined by Julie Benz, C.S. Lee, David Magidoff and Clancy Brown who helped support their rights for fairness. View more images below!

Saturday, May 6, 2023

Michael C. Hall's Band 'Princess Goes' Spring Tour Cancelled Due To 'Unforeseen Circumstances'

The band made the announcement last night via their social media.

Michael and Debbie Harry of Blondie | Getty/Bonnie Biess

Michael C. Hall and 'Princess Goes' band members Peter Yanowitz and Matt Katz-Bohen, announced last night that their spring tour which was scheduled to begin on May 11 and take place in various US cities, has been cancelled because of 'unforeseen circumstances'.