On the set…

Young thespian builds his portfolio with guest TV spots.

  • Aug. 6, 2014 8:00 a.m.

Stephen Kosar (centre) recently was a guest star on the Steven Spielberg TV show Falling Skies.

Stephen Kosar, son of Lake Country dentists Dr. Lina Jung and Dr. Greg Kosar, recently was a guest star on the Steven Spielberg show Falling Skies, now in its fourth season.

Kosar played Sammy, the son of lead actress Moon Bloodgood (left) seen here on set with director Jonathon Frakes, best known as Commander No.1 from the Star Trek: The Next Generation TV series.

Kosar can be seen in the current NASCAR TV commercial “Heroes 2014” as his agent Carrie Wheeler keeps him and other celebrities busy.

Kosar is 8 and just finished Grade 3 at Davidson Road Elementary in Winfield.

 

 

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