Mentalist Exclusive: Craig Bierko Intercepts Guest Shot as Gridiron Great

Craig Bierko will guest star on an upcoming Season 4 episode of The Mentalist, TVLine has learned exclusively.

Bierko will appear in Episode 9 as Trevor ‘Doc’ Dugan, a famous quarterback who’s enjoying the excesses of his superstar lifestyle. But after Simon Baker’s Jane gives him a second look, “He learns there is more to life than fame, fortune, and women,” reveals creator/executive producer Bruno Heller.

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The episode is tentatively scheduled to air on Dec. 8.

Bierko, who guest starred as an obnoxious talk show host in a Season 1 episode of The Good Wife, has appeared on Necessary Roughness, Damages and Boston Legal. He also memorably played Carrie’s jazz musician love interest on Sex and the City.

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  1. Michael Sacal says:

    Either this guy had massive plastic surgery, or that’s the wrong picture


  2. dexx says:

    It is the right picture as that is how he looks these days

    • Michael Sacal says:

      If he wearing make up or something? Did he have a Mark Hamill-style accident that changed his face? A bad nose job like Jennifer Grey?

  3. Ben says:

    Or, you know, people age? Photos are taken for different markets and different purposes that can make people look different?

    That’s definitely Bierko. Looks just like he did in Boston Legal.

  4. Scott says:

    At first, before reading the article, I thought he’d playing a relative of our favorite pseudo-psychic.