Life After Mars
Assets: Maybe "Blond Douche" is harder than it looks. In fact, it would almost have to be.
Liabilities: He originally wanted the role of Duncan, which he lost to Teddy Dunn. TEDDY DUNN. Who's made of Play-Doh. Are you feeling us here?
Current approximate level of fame: Paul Henreid
Deserved approximate level of fame, post-Veronica: Conrad Veidt
Name: Michael Muhney
Occupation: Actor; smarm carnival
Non-Veronica Experience: 7 movies; joining MENSA
Assessment: Sheriff Don Lamb was certainly memorably unctuous, and Muhney oiled his way across the soundstage with the best of them. It also makes a nifty cross-fandom tidbit that he was in Amber Benson's movie Lovers, Liars, and Lunatics. We're fascinated by the fact that he's reportedly slated for a 2008 movie called Columbus Day, which will require him to share space with Val Kilmer and Wilmer Valderrama, and we're thinking that's going to require a cheese overload permit of some sort, because otherwise, it's a health hazard. We wouldn't put it past Muhney to find his way as a character actor, but we also wouldn't put it past him to have missed out on his best chance at a longer career when NBC stopped making TV movies about summer camps and driving schools with Jackée in them.
Assets: Good-looking, although he has a way of pulling funny faces.
Liabilities: The part of his official site where he lists all the parts he almost got makes him seem like a real wank.
Current approximate level of fame: Almost Brad Pitt
Deserved approximate level of fame, post-Veronica: Almost Jackée