Early Edition of Kyle Chandler

Kyle ChandlerActor Kyle Chandler grew up in Georgia, where he helped to take care of their family farm. He eventually went to college at the nearby University of Georgia, where he majored in Drama. It was there that a scout from ABC noticed his charm and signed him to a contract with the network. Chandler traveled to L.A., where he started out doing odd jobs but eventually worked his way onto tv shows like Tour of Duty, Homefront, and What About Joan, TV movies like 1988's Quiet Victory; and feature films such as 1996's Mulholland Falls. The parts steadily became bigger and more numerous, eventually leading to the starring role of Gary Hobson on the TV series drama Early Edition and the role of Bruce Baxter in 2005's King Kong.

Chandler also guest-starred in a memorable post-Super Bowl two-part on the medical drama series Grey's Anatomy, playing a bomb squad leader who comes to the hospital when a patient is admitted who has unexploded munitions lodged in his chest, thanks to his attempt to make a homemade bazooka. Chandler's performance was so impressive that he was later nominated for an Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series Emmy. Following that, he landed the starring role of head coach Eric Taylor on Friday Night Lights, a show based on the movie of the same name, about a small town in Texas where high-school football is among the most important things in life. In 2007, he could also be seen in the Jamie Foxx political thriller, The Kingdom.

Early Edition DVD

What's there to say about Early Edition besides the fact that it's the best tv series on this side of the world. It has everything, good actors, more then enough directors and the plot. The plot, a guy Gary Hobson get's tomorrow's Chicago Sun - Times today, he knows what will happen in the future, a thing that one should be very careful with. His personal mission, to save the world, or at least the ones he can save in his territory, the great city of Chicago. Every day, he goes out to save the world, sometimes with his blind friend, Melissa, sometimes with Chuck (Fisher Adams), a friend that wants to place bets with the aid of the paper. Shortly told, a plot to adore, a plot that has a lot of room for different subjects. On the background Chicago and a man who's saving the life's of his fellow-Chicago citizens.

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