Fans can look forward to daytime star Jon Lindstrom (Kevin Collins, General Hospital; ex-Craig Montgomery, As the World Turns) making a fun primetime appearance at some point in the near future. The actor reveals that he recently finished filming a guest-starring role on Bull.
"Atzawrap NY! 1 last look at the Freedom Tower. Thanks to the A-list team at 'Bull' for a stellar time," Lindstrom shares on Twitter, adding that the first-rate cast and crew of the show "made it all so easy & nuthin' but FUN!"
Atzawrap NY! 1 last look at the Freedom Tower. Thanks to the A-list team at "Bull" for a stellar time. #MichaelWeatherly #FreddyRodriguez #MackenzieMeehan #DennisSmith #BethanyRooney & the 1st rate cast & crew that made it all so easy & nuthin' but FUN! @BullCBS @GeneralHospital pic.twitter.com/zVMuiKumZp- Jon Lindstrom (@thejonlindstrom) March 14, 2020
Bull, which is inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, follows the employees at Trial Analysis Corporation (TAC), a jury consulting firm headed by psychologist and trial science expert Dr. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly [ex-Cooper Alden, Loving and The City]). Bull uses his skills and those of his team to select the right jurors for his clients and also helps his clients' lawyers decide which type of argument will best win over said jurors. Bull premiered in 2016 and is now in its fourth season.
CBS has yet to reveal any details about Lindstrom's role or when his episode of Bull will air, so keep checking back to Soap Central for updates as they come.
In addition to his work as General Hospital's Kevin Collins (and the character's twin, Ryan Chamberlain), Lindstrom has played As the World Turns' Craig Montgomery, Generations' Paul Jarre, and Santa Barbara's Mark McCormick. His other credits include Bosch, True Detective, and NCIS: Los Angeles.
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