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I've recently set up a fan reference site for Mark Valley's new series Human Target.

The site, also, includes a forum and will feature show centered news, cast details, episode info, multimedia, reviews, downloads, and more as further material becomes available and hopefully it will grow into a useful resource as we get closer to the premiere.

Thanks much for your time,


Hi - I'm a big Boston Legal fan, and though I enjoy pretty much all of the show I've been really enjoying the Season 2 Brad plots. I've also seen (and liked :)) Mark in The Lonegunmen and The 4400. Got any recommendations for other stuff of his to watch? (bearing in mind I'm from the UK)

Also, does anyone know where any Boston Legal fanfiction is? I've only found a little, and no Brad fics yet...

Keen Eddie: Keeping Up Appearances / Boston Legal: Gone

Finally, a Boston Legal episode saturated with Bradness.
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I hope you saw "Gone" on December 6. If you did and you've watched your Keen Eddie dvd's, there was something familiar about the cat and finger scene in "Gone". Watch this Keen Eddie segment from "Keeping Up Appearances" and I think you'll understand.

Watch Keen Eddie "Keeping Up Appearances";
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And People Magazine's Sexiest TV Lawyer for 2005 is...

People Magazine: Sexiest Lawyer Alive

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, we have before us a graduate of West Point who served five years in the Army and now portrays a driven attorney. We intend to prove that 40-year-old Mark Valley, a single father of one, is also a family man and a romantic at heart.
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Where are you on Wednesday nights?
"I watch America's Next Top Model with my 17 year old daughter."

What would you say you've done to impress a woman?
"I find out what her favorite food is, then I'll probably have someone deliver it. I'm not the best cook."

Would you say you're a sensitive man?
"I'm an actor. I'm pretty perceptive in terms of other people's feelings, or thoughts or physical cues, things like that."

His devotion to family and sincereity in finding love is clear. "I would love to have more children, " he says. "I am single right now by not necessarily out of principle. I enjoy dating and meeting new people. Self-awareness is probably the sexiest thing I can think of." We rest our case
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Keen Eddie: Sticky Fingers "The Game"

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Watch 'The Game' (6:18); streaming only, no downloads
Keen Eddie [2003]
Mark Valley in Keen Eddie; "Sticky Fingers: The Game": Airdate: January 27, 2004 Paramount Television, Frequency Films, Simon West Productions, The Littlefield Co. © 2003

Keen Eddie is Mark Valley's best work. All elements, stirred together, make it different from the usual, make you want to watch these episodes repeatedly: the jumpy, Guy Ritchy-style editing, the enjoyably strange London characters, Eddie's wisecracks, his partner Pippin's pseudo-suave niche and the fast, quirky dialog and accents - the narrative as much a star as the cast or the editing.

Monty: Ahh - Look at her. She's fantastic. I would become a communist for her. I just want to be her bath towel.
Eddie: I thought you had this epiphany that you're shallow, weak and powerless against your sexual urges. That you're on the road to doing something about it, that you're on the road to becoming a better man.
Monty: Who said that.
Eddie: You did.
Monty: Yeah. No, I'm over that now. That's so last Thursday. Today's Monday, yeah? Today I just want to be that black skirt
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Some Girl

Mark Valley in 'Some Girl' with Marissa Ribisi
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Some Girl [1998]
This film, written and starring Marissa Ribisi, came out on DVD this week. Mark had opted to leave working in daytime television the year before to pursue more films. His character, a police officer, stops Claire (Ribisi), not realizing she has just committed arson.
Watch a slideshow video from ' 'Some Girl' (2:36); streaming only, no downloads
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