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Alexander Koch: There Is Going To Be A Big Reveal Soon

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If you're a fan of "Under The Dome," rest assured that before the season ends in three weeks, there will be some answers as to why the dome seemingly fell from the sky and trapped residents of Chester's Mill, changing all of their lives forever.

So says Alexander Koch, who plays "Jim Junior" on the show, but you won't know EVERYTHING.  "That's what keeps them coming back for next season."

That next season of "Under The Dome" won't air until Summer of 2014 -- almost an entire year from now -- but Alexander promises that this season's ending will leave "good things to think about during the wait time."

Alexander talks "Dome" with Steve Edwards and Maria Sansone on Good Day L.A.  He also talks about where he came from (Detroit) and how he learned some things about acting by watching his father, who isn't an actor but an attorney.

Fun Facts About Alexander Koch:

  • He plays the series regular role of Junior Rennie on the CBS series Under the Dome based on the novel by Stephen King.
  • Koch made his film debut as "Frank" in Eddie O'Keefe's independent short film "The Ghosts."
  • He works with music and images when acting. "When I'm working, I like to work with a lot of music. The more I can think of what a character would listen to, the more I feel like I have a place to create from."

(Source: Wikipedia)

‘Under The Dome' airs Monday nights at 10:00pm on CBS.

You can follow Alexander on Twitter: @UnderTheDomeCBS

You can join in on the conversation using #UnderTheDome  #AlexanderKoch

 

 

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