The time has come for Lost Girl fans everywhere to prepare for their finale Faewells and bid adieu to succubus Bo Anna Silk and her loyal cast of characters. The Canadian supernatural drama returns to Showcase on Sunday, September 6 at 9 p. ET with the first of its final eight episodes. When we last saw Bo she had finally come face to face with her long lost father Eric Roberts and was still in a desperate battle to stop the Ancients.
Lost Girl's Zoie Palmer talks Doccubus and final episodes - The TV Junkies
Palmer was born in England but grew up in Newmarket, Ontario, getting involved in theater as a teenager. There must be lots of Lalondes in Canada! The two were involved in some of the same projects in the past. Undoubtedly, additional unverified information will continue trickling in. Who knows, the next one could be YOU. She had a very popular personal blog once upon a time, and then she recapped The L Word , and then she had the idea to make this place, and now here we all are! Follow her on twitter and instagram.
I did an episode of the show "Call Me Fitz" I played a woman who was missing one leg and one arm. I had to have all kinds of pieces fitted to my body to make it all look real. I even went to a hospital and was fitted with a prosthetic leg and had to learn to walk around on it.
You would have to be living under a rock to not know who Zoie Palmer is. The Canadian Born actress has completely consumed the viewer of the show television series, Lost Girl. Palmer plays an incredibly curious doctor who has a remarkably calm demeanor, and who is immensely loyal — to a fault. The show seemed to be going on a predictable course during the first season; however, the second season looks to introduce a more complex dynamic, as the supernatural the love triangle between Lauren, Bo and Nadia heat up. While the star is often introduced as being Canadian, her citizenship was not achieved through birthright.