Mike Vogel
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"Michael James" ""Mike"" "Vogel" is an American actor and former model. Vogel began acting in 2001, and has since appeared in several films and series, including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003 film)/The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (film)/The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Grind (2003 film)/Grind, Poseidon (film)/Poseidon, Blue Valentine (film)/Blue Valentine, The Help (film)/The Help, and Cloverfield. He plays Dale "Barbie" Barbara, the protagonist in the CBS science fiction drama Under the Dome (TV series)/Under the Dome.

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They're very quiet. You can tell that there's something that they're about to do. They have the track walks before the race. They go and do their thing, and not a word is spoken between any of them. They're just staring at the track.

They either failed to report their income or failed to report their entire income.

Their high school career was phenomenal. I don't think another high school will do what those guys did.

I really don't feel my tax dollars should be involved in renovating something that belongs in the private sector. To be perfectly honest, the fact that it's an architectural jewel doesn't really push my buttons.

All of our stunts guys, too. Rich Taylor, David Pingry, Dave Castillo, Jimmy Roberts, our stunt coordinator, these guys all came off the pro circuit and at 28, 29 years old they're retired from the sport because their bodies had taken such a beating at that point I've gone out riding with those guys a lot since the film, and it's cool because you don't get that kind of training every day.

You show up freshly rested and flown to these events while these guys are driving their own pick-up trucks there and then they're working a 9-5 job during the week while the factory riders are on their own private test track dialing it in, getting the bikes set to their exact specifications.

These kids had a lot more contact with the sport. It's not as if they were learning the sport in ninth grade, a lot of kids started touching a volleyball in third and fourth grade.

They didn't do it to stay together -- it was nice they did -- but they just wanted to play. And the best program around is Penn State.