This was horrible, but it was why he always wanted help. Sweets was great at his job because he was saved by his adoptive parents.

This was horrible, but it was why he always wanted help. Sweets was great at his job because he was saved by his adoptive parents.

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When he scared the crap out of himself watching some late night TV. | Community Post: 23 Times Dr. Lance Sweets Was The Best Character On "Bones"

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Born on 7 June, 1972, in Wellington, Karl Urban had his first role at age 8, but did not act again until he had finished high school. He was on the iconic NZ series 'Shortland Street' during it's 1993-1994 season. Leaving university after one year to pursue his acting career, Karl has been in supporting roles in The Bourne Supremacy, The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy, Reds, Dredd and is most known for playing Dr. 'Bones' McCoy in the new Star Trek franchise.

Born on 7 June, 1972, in Wellington, Karl Urban had his first role at age 8, but did not act again until he had finished high school. He was on the iconic NZ series 'Shortland Street' during it's 1993-1994 season. Leaving university after one year to pursue his acting career, Karl has been in supporting roles in The Bourne Supremacy, The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy, Reds, Dredd and is most known for playing Dr. 'Bones' McCoy in the new Star Trek franchise.

"It's very satisfying to use insulting colloquialism even when it isn't accurate."

"It's very satisfying to use insulting colloquialism even when it isn't accurate."

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