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Bonnie’s own history comes to the surface, and Liza Weil continues the magnificent work she does in last week’s episode.
Mullins was born with fibular hemimelia (missing fibula bones) and as a result, had both of her legs amputated below the knee when she was one year old.
A graduate of Parkland High School in Allentown and Georgetown University in Washington, D. Also while at Georgetown, Mullins won a place on the Foreign Affairs internship program, working at The Pentagon.
So Blacklist fans, what do you think of Tom and Liz’s complicated relationship?
Director/co-scripter Philip Haas' controversial, visually-striking costume drama, an adaptation of A. Byatt's novella titled Morpho Eugenia, was set in Victorian England.
Another “Lost” alum appeared in “Star Trek.” Daniel Dae Kim, who would go on to play Jin in “Lost,” appeared in an episode of “Star Trek: Voyager” and later as a different character in three episodes of “Star Trek: Enterprise.” “That 70s Show’s” Kurtwood Smith has appeared in numerous Star Trek projects.