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Between takes, he ducks out to an alley to puff a Cuban cigar. But while Mick is smoldering and reserved, O'Loughlin is playful.Costumed in trademark Mick garb — black jeans, boots, dark shirt — he apologizes repeatedly for the smoke, his gentlemanly concern something you'd expect from Mr. "He's a bundle of energy," says costar Sophia Myles, who plays reporter Beth Turner, the woman Mick loves but can't have.O’Loughlin had hoped to land the part of the new James Bond, in Casino Royale, (2006) and auditioned for the role, only to lose out to Daniel Craig probably due to his age. While serving as an ostensible replacement for a beloved character who had been killed off in the season five finale Det.Curtis Lemansky (Kenneth Johnson) may not have been the dream role for an actor new to a show already in its sixth season, O’Loughlin could not have come aboard at a better time.Born in 1976 in Sydney, O’Loughlin, was later thought to be the son of AC/DC frontman Bon Scott from a rumor spread on the Internet that devastated both his parents.
Based on the lower-rung Marvel comic book character, he played Deputy Fraser in the film which, not surprisingly, was broadcast on the Sci-Fi Network before its release on DVD."And he's funny — he makes me laugh all night long.With our schedule, 16 hours a day, six days a week, I couldn't have hoped for anyone more wonderful to work with." The intense routine means that the actor doesn't get to see his girlfriend, Australian actress/singer Holly Valance, as much as he'd like, although she recently guest-starred as Lola, the gorgeous vamp Mick fought to the death.John, he gets plenty of chances to revel in those daredevil moments.
His character often leaps from rooftops and catwalks in pursuit of both mortal and immortal lawbreakers. lot in Burbank, however, the actor finds himself earthbound, shooting an indoor scene where Mick is pondering the ongoing plot about whether or not the evil ex he killed is still alive.
O’Loughlin counted as his next project, the Australian low-budget thriller Feed (2005), in which he starred and produced.