Wednesday, August 11, 2010
THOMAS GIBSON as Aaron Hotchner on Criminal Minds
''Hotch'' may be so tightly wound that his tie seems more like an appendage than an article of clothing, but what's so wrong about a man with nothing out of place?—AW
We at Criminal Minds Round Table sure agree with EW, nothing wrong with Hotch and we sure love those red ties!
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Monday, August 9, 2010
Hill Street Blues star Daniel J. Travanti is headed to the other side of the law: The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor will guest-star as a serial killer in upcoming episode of Criminal Minds, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Travanti will play Mr. Mullens, a crotchety 75-year-old whose brutal murders 20 years ago earned him the nickname "The Butcher." Now suffering from Alzheimer's and depending on the live-in care of his adult son, Mullens crosses paths with Hotch (Thomas Gibson) and the rest of the Behavioral Analysis Unit when he comes out of retirement in a desperate attempt to reprise his violent past — a past he can no longer remember.
Travanti, 70, is best known for playing the intense, somber Capt. Frank Furillo on Hill Street Blues, a role for which he earned two Emmys and Golden Globe. He also starred on ABC's short-lived Missing Persons in the early '90s and more recently guest-starred as President Richard Mills on Fox's Prison Break.
Criminal Minds returns Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 9/8c on CBS. Travanti will appear in the season's fourth episode, "Remembrance of Things Past," which is slated to air in October.