This is unusual for Mark Sheppard.
The actor, who returns to Leverage this Sunday in the key role of Jim Sterling, often calls the Screen Actor's Guild and receives special permission to NOT have his name included in the opening credits. It's all in the name of surprising the audience and telling the best story, Sheppard said to me on the phone today.
But the word is officially out, so what can the popular, extremely busy actor tell fans about his role on "The Queen's Gambit Job?"
Sterling faces a "time crunch issue," Sheppard says. "Something needs to be done in a short space of time. There are no legal means by which to do it, so who are you gonna turn to?" Read More...