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The "Army Wives" Cast Plays For a Good Cause

Posted By LisaRaphael 1:58pm GMT

It's not "all work and no play" for the cast of "Army Wives"! Check out exclusive pics of cast mates Terry Serpico (Frank Sherwood), Wendy Davis (Joan Burton), Bubba Bryant (Jeremy Sherwood) and Brian McNamara (Michael Holden) smiling for a picture at a celebrity softball game. The cast was there to show off their softball skills, but more importantly to support Louie's Kids, an organization that helps raise funds to treat childhood obesity.

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Catherine Bell & Terry Serpico Behind the Scenes

Posted By LifetimeLisaR 3:18pm GMT

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We’ve got your “Army Wives” Season 5 backstage pass right here! View a picture of Episode 4 director John Terlesky chatting with Catherine Bell and Terry Serpico. What scene do you think they were going over? View more behind-the-scenes photos here!

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Terry Serpico Interview From Set

Posted By LifetimeLisaR 2:47pm GMT

Terry Serpico, who plays LT. Colonel Frank Sherwood on "Army Wives" is an actual Army brat himself! He also started his career as a stunt performer.

We Asked: You were an Army brat yourself and a stunt performer! How did your past prepare you for your role as Frank Sherwood and in what way?

Terry Answered: "Certainly, my having grown up on Army Posts around the world has informed my work as Ltc Sherwood. I have an intrinsic understanding of these men and women, their military decorum and behavior. I believe that the most influential element in terms of playing Frank, however, is my father. He is, was and always will be a soldier. I grew up with a man who shares his core values and love of the Army with Frank. My father and my character are duty bound to defend this nation and the families that call her home. I lace up my boots and the soldier within emerges. I'm quite spoiled actually.

As to my stunt experience... there is an unwritten clause in a stunt player's contract: The No Whining Clause. I try to employ that credo every day. If I'm going to pretend to be an officer, the least I can do is go about my job as an officer would; without complaint and with my mind on the mission.
Thanks for watching.
Terry"

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