Susie Lee plays Elizabeth, a teacher who is targeted by a restless ghost, in Supernatural’s Family Feud. Susie has also appeared in Frequency, Fringe, Imaginary Mary and When We Rise.
Nisreen Slim’s role in Supernatural’s “Regarding Dean,” may be a small one, but the scene definitely gave a good hint to the overall tone of the episode. Our normally (mostly) well-polished Dean
Actor and political activist Mark Pellegrino talks in-depth on 'Supernatural', Lucifer, Attitudes In Reverse and the American Capitalist Party, which he co-founded.
You might recognize Erin Karpluk as Erica from Being Erica; but did you know she also guest starred on two Supernatural episodes? She was also in Riftworld Chronicles, with fellow Supernatural guest star actor Tahmoh Penikett.
Misha Collins gives a classic Supernatural interview talking on his early days with the show.
Things are not yet well in heaven and in hell with Supernatural. Leaderless, without God and with the threat of a powerful Nephilim, the angels turn to an unlikely leader while below, the demons still don’t like Crowley’s leadership
Last week my inflated expectations from the week before influenced my reaction to the second episode of the Supernatural season. This week, I went into episode 12.03 nervous and crossing every available appendage
In Supernatural’s Twigs & Twine & Tasha Banes, episode 20 of Season 12, Tim Carlson plays Andy – a hotel concierge with some … hidden features, shall we say
Jen, one of the English Men of Letters (well, WOman of Letters) that appeared in the first and second episodes of Season 12, was someone most Supernatural fans automatically disliked – how couldn’t you?
Fun fact about Adam Fergus – he’s Irish; and he’s got an accent to match. He also plays Mick, the mysterious Supernatural Man of Letters – English chapter – who comes to the States to reel in the leash of Lady Toni.