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The series is based on the Roswell High young adult book series, written by Melinda Metz.
In it, the characters of Max Evans, Isabel Evans and Michael Guerin are half human/half alien residents of Roswell, New Mexico who hide their identity until an incident happens at a cafe that reveals their hidden truth. Liz plays a central role in the story – after she got accidentally shot, she was saved by Max, and became aware of his powers. Since Roswell ended, Shiri has appeared in a lot of big projects, both on the big screen and on television.
The music industry totally digs those Roswell hooligans!
In 2006, Shiri took a recurring role on the short-lived ABC drama .
You might have also seen her in a few music videos – she was featured in the Bon Jovi video for “It’s My Life” as well as Gavin De Graw’s video for the 2004 hit “I Don’t Want To Be”. While Jason has been working since, his choice of roles has been kind of interesting.
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While its science fiction edge made it a bit more complex than the stories of those teens from the Creek (no offense, James Van Der Beek) it definitely held an important role in television history.
Currently, he’s been appearing on a few episodes of the A&E drama Michael’s an interesting guy – while he’s super smart, his nerves about his “secret” being revealed (as well as his pretty terrible relationship with his boozy foster father) made him look like a complete underachiever.Luckily, Brendan is way different than his character.And a fun fact: Like Shiri, he also appeared in a music video after the show wrapped.You can catch him in the U2 video “Stuck in a Moment You Can’t Get Out Of”.
The show, which premiered in 1999 on the WB and ran for three seasons, gained notoriety after diehard fans started an online petition and sent in letters and bottles of Tabasco sauce, a favorite of one of the show’s characters, to prove to the network that the show had a massive amount of support.While the network received over 3,000 bottles of the hot sauce, the show was ultimately cancelled in 2002 after moving to the UPN network.