criminal minds: guest star



“Red Light” – Caught in an impossible situation, Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler) must square off with an old nemesis, and Derek Morgan (guest star Shemar Moore) comes to the team with a lead that might help find Mr. Scratch, the elusive fugitive that has been taunting the team all season. Jane Lynch returns as Reid’s mother. Season finale.


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Prompt: Mathew Grey Gubler smut. You are a guest star on criminal minds and you play a role that involves you kissing a another man, Matthew gets jealous and asks you to come to his trailer and well smut happens if you do this thank you

Pairing: Matthew Gray Gubler x Reader

Word Count: 1918 words

Warnings: none

Author’s Note: liked this prompt so much, just had to write it tonight. It’s 3 am and I just finished, so I’m terribly sorry for any spelling mistakes but I’ll have to check them later. Basically the reader is a guest show on criminal minds, playing the love interest of Shemar, when she goes off script and things get more heated as Matthew is watching, and then meets her in the trailer for some revenge. Hope you enjoy! My inbox/ requests are always open xxx


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“Criminal Minds” Star Paget Brewster Guest Stars as Emily Prentiss

“Type A” – The International Response Team is called to Taipei when it appears that an American committed a crime that’s similar to an unsolved case in New York, on CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS, Wednesday, May 3 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. “Criminal Minds” star Paget Brewster guest stars as Emily Prentiss.

  • Cousin: How much do you know about Tommy Howell?
  • Me: *Clears throat* Howell was born in Van Nuys, California, the son of Christopher N and Candace Howell. He has two sisters, Stacy and Candi, and a brother, John.[1] His father worked as a stunt coordinator and rodeo performer. As a young boy, Howell wanted to be a stuntman and was even a child stunt performer. He began acting at the age of four, when he was cast in the Brian Keith Show episode "The Little People".
  • When Howell was young, his parents divorced,[2] leaving his mother with both of her sons and daughter Stacy, and his father took little Candi with him.[3] Howell shared his time with each parent and started his career through his father's job. When he was 12, he became a rodeo champion at the California Junior Rodeo Association and was named "All-Around Cowboy" in August 1979. While growing up, he also spent time golfing with his grandfather (he earned his nickname "CT" as that was how his name was recorded on the screen boards).[citation needed] Howell graduated from Saugus High School in 1984. Howell attended The National Conservatory for Drama Arts.Howell's showbiz debut was acting in the The Brian Keith Show episode "The Little People" as a little boy whose ears are being checked out by a doctor. When he got older, he tried stunt acting like his father and worked on commercials for a while.[4] He tried rodeo riding for a few years. In 1982, He made his film debut as Tyler in Steven Spielberg's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Afterward, he was cast as the lead role Ponyboy Curtis in Francis Ford Coppola's The Outsiders, which earned him a Young Artist Award. Following The Outsiders, he became a teen idol, appearing in teen magazines like Tiger Beat and 16 Magazine, which referred to him as "Tommy" and "Tom".In 1984 he and Outsiders co-star, Patrick Swayze, reunited for Grandview, U.S.A., also with Jamie Lee Curtis, and Red Dawn, with Charlie Sheen and Lea Thompson. Howell also had a pivotal role in Tank, with James Garner and Jenilee Harrison. In 1985 he again starred in the lead role in Secret Admirer, opposite Lori Loughlin and Kelly Preston. Howell was one of two final actors in the running to play Marty McFly in Back to the Future the other being Eric Stoltz, who was eventually selected. Michael J. Fox would later go on to replace Stoltz after filming had begun.
  • In 1986 he played a hitchhiker's target in the film The Hitcher, another of his successful movies. The sequel was released in 2003. Following that, he starred as a white student who pretends to be black to receive a scholarship, in the poorly received Soul Man, which currently holds an aggregated score of 14% at Rotten Tomatoes.[5] Howell has since stated that he does not regret playing the main character in blackface and that Soul Man was "an important part of [Howell's] life" and "an important film" for racial relations in America.[6] In 1988 Howell played Arturo Toscanini in the story of the world-renowned conductor in Franco Zeffirelli's Il giovane Toscanini with Irma Capece Minutolo and Elizabeth Taylor, which was one of his very first straight-to-video releases. Howell and Kelly Preston reunited as lovers in A Tiger's Tale.At the end of the 1980s and beginning of the 1990s, Howell appeared in The Return of the Musketeers and Side Out. In 1993, he starred with Linda Fiorentino and Nancy Allen in the campy thriller Acting on Impulse. After several straight-to-DVD features and a starring role in That Night, he achieved success again in the movie Gettysburg, which was popular with history buffs and history classrooms. He starred as Mike, a motorcycle courier in Mad Dogs and Englishmen (U.S. title: Shameless) with Elizabeth Hurley. His made-for-television movie credits include Suspect Device, Sealed with a Kiss and Dead Fire. He starred in Dads, an unsold sitcom pilot.[7] He also appeared in the short-lived TV series Kindred: The Embraced.He started an interest in crime-thrillers after starring in Payback and playing gangster Baby Face Nelson in a film of the same name. He went on to direct and star in the 1996 direct-to-video release, Pure Danger, featuring alongside Teri Ann Linn and prop comic, Carrot Top.Howell returned to the theater in the 2000s in movies such as Asylum Days, the Gods and Generals prequel to Gettysburg, and The Hillside Strangler, in which he played serial killer Kenneth Bianchi. In 2006, Howell starred in Hoboken Hollow. He also became a supporter of the production company The Asylum, which produced his straight-to-DVD movies.In 2005, he starred in H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds, one of three 2005 adaptations of the novel The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells. Because of its success, Howell directed and starred in a straight-to-DVD sequel War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave in 2008, which was heavily criticized. In 2005, he also reunited with his Secret Admirer co-star Lori Loughlin, when he had a recurring role on her television show Summerland as Zac Efron's father. After War of the Worlds, he spent time directing unsuccessful straight to-DVD movies. Also, in 2008, he directed and starred in The Day the Earth Stopped, a mockbuster intended to capitalize on The Day the Earth Stood Still. For these reasons, 20th Century Fox have threatened legal action against The Asylum, but no action has yet been taken. He also appeared as a doctor in The Poseidon Adventure, an adaptation of the 1972 film of the same name. Coincidentally, his father's first stunt co-ordination was for the original movie,[9] though uncredited. He briefly hosted a show on KLSX later that year.Howell appeared in the 2012 film The Amazing Spider-Man.After filming The Outsiders, Howell co-starred in his own television series, Two Marriages, which ended after four episodes, but letters of support got it back on air. Howell later expressed disappointment in the series,[11] but eventually found it more satisfying.
  • After Two Marriages, Howell made guest appearances in shows like Moonlighting and The Hitchhiker. In 2000, Howell played a doctor stranded on a deserted island after a plane crash in Amazon. He initially turned down a guest role in ER after missing out on a role he wanted, but his wife signed him up after yet another offer. Following ER, he guest appeared in 24. He guest starred in five episodes of Criminal Minds on CBS as serial killer George Foyet / The Boston Reaper, a recurring villain based on the Zodiac Killer.
  • Howell has played the role of Officer Bill 'Dewey' Dudek, a wild, loudmouth, but efficient police officer recovering from alcoholism, in the L.A. police drama Southland since 2009. He appeared in Seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4 and was promoted to a series regular for Season 5, which began in February 2013. The series was cancelled on May 10, 2013.
  • In 2011, he guest starred on The Glades and in Torchwood: Miracle Day.Howell has worked with Francis Ford Coppola many times and in other areas of making motion pictures including writing, producing, and directing. In 1995, he wrote and directed Hourglass, in which he starred with Sofia Shinas. The following year, he helped produce The Big Fall and Pure Danger. Howell did not write or direct another movie until 2004. He and his father co-wrote the made for television movie Hope Ranch and Howell produced the film as well. The film was a success and Howell went on to write and produce Blind Injustice the next year. Two years later he produced The Stolen Moments of September.In his single days, Howell shared a place with Darren Dalton, with whom he co-starred in The Outsiders, Red Dawn, and The Jailhouse. From 1989 to 1990, he was married to actress Rae Dawn Chong, his Soul Man co-star. He married Sylvie Anderson in 1992. They have three children: Isabelle (born February 17, 1993), Dashiell (born January 2, 1997), and Liam (born April 24, 2001). His family currently resides in Stevenson Ranch, California-

anonymous asked:

Dan, do you watch criminal minds: beyond borders? Rob benedict and richard speight jr guest starred on ep 2 season 5!

Not yet! I am still only on season nine of Criminal Minds myself. But if anyone who watched it, you have a nice little surprise to look forward to!



Sherry Stringfield Guest Stars as Karen Garrett, Jack’s Wife

“Pankration” – When an American visiting Greece to get more involved in his family’s business is found beaten in a rough part of Athens, the International Response Team is called to investigate. Also, Jack struggles with having to tell his wife, Karen (Sherry Stringfield), where their son is, on CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS, Wednesday, April 19 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Criminal Minds 12.13 -“Spencer” –

 When a BAU member gets in trouble in Mexico, the team enlists the services of the International Response Team for their help, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, Feb. 15 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” stars Alana De La Garza and Daniel Henney guest star as Clara Seger and Matthew Simmons.
Grey's Anatomy: Marika Dominczyk Cast in Mysterious Season 13 Role | TVLine
By Michael Ausiello

She’s Owen’s sister. Or Arizona’s new love interest. Or just a patient.
Actually, all we know for sure is that Marika Dominczyk — the actress-wife of Scandal star Scott Foley — has booked a guest stint on Grey’s Anatomy.

ABC confirmed Dominczyk’s casting, but declined to specify how many episodes she’ll be around for or who she will be playing. They did, however, reveal her character’s name: Eliza Minnick.

Her previous credits include a recurring role on Brothers & Sisters and guest gigs on Criminal Minds and House.

Starring Role - Part 2

Rating: PG-13
Word Count: ~2,000

Summary: The reader is guest starring on Criminal Minds as Spencer Reid’s love interest, but she’s hoping to acquire a more permanent role. When she and Matthew Gray Gubler have to shoot a sexy seduction scene, sparks fly. Will they remain just friends, or will their kiss catapult their relationship to the next level?

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Gubler Catch 22

Characters: AU Matthew Gray Gubler x Reader, Criminal Minds Cast
Warnings: Angst, fluff
Notes: Based on the sentence starter sent in by anon: “Please don’t chase me anymore unless you’re ready to catch me.“ Spencer Reid or Matthew Gubler fluff I don’t care!! You’re amazing!! 

You just got the call from your manager that you were going to be a guest star on three episodes of Criminal Minds! You should be excited. It’s an extremely popular show, you loved it, you had a few friends on it, but you were having a mild panic attack the moment you hung up the call. He was going to be there. The one you have had a crush on since before he ever knew you, before you ever became famous. Matthew Gray Gubler. He was incredible. You met him and worked with him once for a YouTube skit that a mutual friend was doing. He was sweet and kind and you both awkwardly flirted. You even had dinner together once. It was a wonderful evening of learning about each other. You had so much in common from your favorite books and movies, to food, to traveling and art. Afterwards you waited for him to call after but nothing. No call, no text, not even a tweet. You didn’t know what you did wrong. It didn’t help that you were always so self-conscious, so you just knew the reason he didn’t call was there was something wrong with you. Ugh why did you even go for this audition knowing you would have to work with him again? Oh right, because you love torturing yourself. 

Monday morning comes and you show up at 9am for the read through. You see Shemar Moore your friend from your soap opera days, “Y/N Y/L/N!! Damn girl! It’s good to see you! It has been way to long!” He picks you up in his big strong arms for one of his famous bear hugs. You giggle as your feet leave the ground. “Shemar F. Moore baby! I’ve missed you!!” You kissed him on the cheek as he set you down on your feet. “How long has it been?” He asked holding your hands looking at you. “Uhh two years too long I think!” “You got that right! C’mon! Come meet everyone! I was so excited when I heard you were going to be here!” “Ye…yeah me too!” He was too busy pulling you along to notice your nervousness. The first people you ran into were Kirsten Vangsness and A.J. Cook. “Ladies! This is my good friend Y/N Y/L/N! She is on the next three episodes!” Kirsten immediately enveloped you into a warm hug which was then followed by A.J. “It’s nice to meet you both! I’m a huge fan!” “Aww thanks sweet cheeks! Shemar has told us a lot about you!” Kirsten said. “Oh my, all bad I hope!” You winked at them and everyone laughed. “Oh she’ll fit in here just fine!” A.J. laughed.  “Who will?” You heard that familiar voice and your face dropped and the hair stood up on the back of your neck. Luckily no one else seemed to notice. Shemar spoke up as he slowly turned you around. “This is my friend Y/N Y/L/N! She’ll be in three episodes with us! Y/N meet Matthew Gray Gubler!” 

You looked up and gave him a tight small smile and waved. “Hi.” Was all you managed to squeak out. Matthew just stood there a bit stunned with wide eyes. “In most cultures, the polite appropriate response is to say hello back.” Kirsten said matter-of-factly to Matthew. “Hello again, Y/N.” Matthew said softly. “Wait you two know each other? How?” Shemar questioned. “I… uh… I’m supposed to go talk to the costume designers. Excuse me, nice to meet you all.” With that you pushed past everyone, holding back the prickling sensation behind your eyes and cursing yourself. Cursing him. Kirsten, A.J., and Shemar turned to Matthew, “Care to explain what just happened, Pretty Boy?” “I need to go over my lines.” Matthew turned and headed to his trailer. 

An hour goes by and you’re at the read through. You’re looking for your name on the table; Thomas Gibson, Joe Mantegna, A.J. Cook, Kirsten Vangsness, Shemar Moore, Matthew Gray Gubler, Y/N Y/L/N. Damn. You had to sit right next to him. You sighed out loud. “Wow. I didn’t realize how bad it would be to sit next to me.” You jumped and turned around to stare into Matthew’s hazel eyes. You swallowed hard, frowned, shook your head, and turned to go take your seat. Matthew was still looking after in confusion. “If you only knew.” He whispered. As you were making your way around the table you were finally introduced to Thomas and Joe who both greeted you warmly. As you tried to walk past Shemar, he leaned down and whispered, “everything okay?” into your ear. You simply shook your head no and went to sit down. When you sat down the craft service crew sat a warm delicious smelling drink in front of you along with a bottle of water. You looked to them to ask what it was but they had already walked away. “It’s a Pumpkin Spice Latte,” Matthew whispered to you; his breath hot on your shoulder. “I remember you said you loved them and you were still with the costume department when they were taking drink orders.” Your heart was fluttering. He remembered? You gave him a small smile and thanked him and he returned the smile. Then the read through started. 

A few hours go by and they call lunch. You tried to get up and hurry from your seat but Matthew grabbed your wrist. “Y/N! Wait. Will you… Have lunch with me? Please? I want to talk.” “Matthew, I don’t think that is such a good idea.” “Why not?” You scoffed, “well last time, we shared a meal and talked, I thought things were going great! I waited and waited for you to call me, like an idiot. Thinking that someone like you could actually be interested in someone like me. But I never saw or heard from you again. Until now when you’re forced to work with me.” You ripped your wrist out of his grasp and stormed past him and the cast and crew of onlookers and headed for the trailer the producers pointed out for your use. Matthew just ran his hands down his face and sighed. “Now Pretty Boy, care to explain why my friend, my gorgeous, intelligent, amazing, friend, just ran out of here in tears and away from you?” Shemar sat down in front of Matthew indicating that he wasn’t letting Matthew leave without an explanation. “I messed up, Shemar. A few years ago, Y/N and I met through a mutual friend while we were working on a YouTube Skit. I asked her to dinner. We had an amazing night of just talking and getting to know each other. She is such an incredible person. But I panicked thinking she could never really be interested in me seriously. I mean look at me! I don’t have muscles like you, I’m not the most attractive guy on the planet.” Shemar just laughed, “Dude, she doesn’t care about any of that stuff. Y/N is the most down to earth person I know. She cares about who someone is on the inside. But she has major insecurities. She was in a really bad relationship that had serious emotional abuse.” A look of realization at what you had said passed over Matthew’s face. “Oh God! I’m such an idiot!” “Yep!” Shemar laughed. “Go talk to her!” “She doesn’t want to talk to me!” “Yes, she does. Just go!” 

Matthew jumped up from his chair and went over to the craft service. He grabbed everything he remembered you liked. More than you could ever eat in one sitting, plus some lunch for himself. You heard a knock on your door and figured it was probably Shemar ready to step into the “big brother” role he always played in your life. “Come in.” You had your back to the door because you were at the counter making coffee. You turned around and saw Matthew with his hands full of food boxes. “Matthew? What are doing here?” “Y/N, please, don’t push me away. I just want to talk to you. Please just hear me out. Besides, I brought lunch.” You bit your lip to hide your smile and nodded. You took the boxes from his hands and set them on the table. Your hand accidentally brushed his; causing you both to stop and look at each other. You quickly cleared your throat, “God Matthew, who all are we feeding?” He laughed, “Well, I didn’t know what you were in the mood for, so I grabbed a little of everything I remember that you said you liked.” You just stared at him confused. “I’ll uh… here. Here’s some plates and forks. Thanks for lunch.” You both sat down at the small table in your trailer and you sat coffee in front of both of you. 

“Y/N, about that night,” “Matthew please don’t.” He held up his hand. “Please just let me finish. That night, was one of the best nights of my life. You were. Are. So amazing. We have so much in common. I was so scared that you would only ever see me as a friend, nothing more. I know I’m not the most attractive guy on the planet or the most intelligent. I’m weird, I get it. But I like you Y/N. I have since the moment I met you.” You were sitting there with your mouth slightly open. He moved closer to you and grabbed your hand. You pulled away. “Please don’t do this, Matthew. Please don’t chase me anymore unless you’re ready to catch me.” “Y/N, that’s what I’m trying to say. I have regretted not calling you every day since. The reason I didn’t is because I didn’t think I was good enough. I didn’t think that you would think that I was good enough for you. I didn’t want to call and hear you reject me, I couldn’t handle it.” At this point you had tears staining your cheeks. “Matthew, I thought you didn’t call because something was wrong with me!” He moved right next to you and cupped your face with his hands. “No! NO! NO! NO! God No! I’m so sorry I made you feel that way! You are perfect, y/n! You’re the most amazing, gorgeous, intelligent woman I know! I haven’t dated anyone since that night because you’re the one I want!” 

That’s all you needed to hear. You crashed your lips into his. He cupped the back of your neck to deepen the kiss and you ran your fingers through his hair. You both pulled back breathing heavy and looking into each other’s eyes. “That was…” “…perfect.” He finished the thought for you. “I’d like to do that again now.” He smiled. You nodded and your eyes fluttered shut as your smiled into his kiss. “Hey y/n I was just coming to see if you’re oka…” Shemar stopped mid-sentence and you and Matthew’s mouths stayed close but turned in his direction. “Oh, well I guess you’re good.” He winked. “Way to go, Pretty Boy.”

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I’m pretty sure all my followers know Anton Yelchin as baby!Chekov, but before that, he guest-starred on Criminal Minds, and made this ridiculous fucking mockumentary with Matthew Gray Gubler, and it is one of my favorite things, so here it is.