Dylan McDermott said he brought a Law & Order: Organized Crime dimension to his new character on FBI: Most Wanted. So Richard Wheatley did evolve into Remy Scott. It wasn’t that both were sharp dressers or that each was brilliant and a bit manipulative with their charm. McDermott said that each character had a good sense of humor. Wheatley liked to crack jokes, usually at the expense of Stabler on Law & Order: Organized Crime. As Remy, he tries to keep things somewhat lighter as his FBI agents investigate some evil crimes.
On FBI: Most Wanted, Remy Scott seems to have won over other agents in the office after their boss was murdered late in season three. In other words, Dylan McDermott made an easy transition as he embraced playing Remy, the charismatic agent who cherishes nice liquor and his vintage two-seater convertible.
Following “FBI: Most Wanted” being officially renewed by the CBS network for its fourth season, the star of the action-packed TV series Dylan McDermott expressed his gratitude over the big news. While speaking to Give Me My Remote, Dylan McDermott shared his thoughts about “FBI: Most Wanted” being...
When Dylan McDermott announced that he would be leaving Law & Order: Organized Crime for another Dick Wolf production, FBI: Most Wanted, he was met with a great deal of uncertainty from fans. The jump from despicable criminal to lead crime fighter was a tough one to make. Dylan McDermott,...
Click here to read the full article. SPOILER ALERT: The following story reveals major plot points from the Season 3 finale of CBS’ FBI: Most Wanted. Dylan McDermott is closing out Season 3 of the CBS drama FBI: Most Wanted just weeks after joining the series following Julian McMahon‘s departure—but not before sharing a look at his passionate new romance. In “A Man Without a Country,” the Fugitive Task Force is investigating an art theft that left 6 people dead including two U.S. Marshalls. The painting is an original Cézanne worth $160 million, owned by the powerful Russian oligarch Trofim Sarkov (Rudolf...
Dylan McDermott, as agent Remy Scott, got to do it all in the Tuesday finale of FBI: Most Wanted. He chased the bad guys, tooled around NYC in his two-seater convertible, spoke Russian and romanced a new love. It was all a key part of the season three finale called...
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‘FBI: Most Wanted’ Star Dylan McDermott Says People Were ‘Surprised’ by His Remy Character: Here’s Why
Dylan McDermott made a jump from Law & Order: Organized Crime to FBI: Most Wanted this year. And the on-screen transformation left fans puzzled. The actor joined Most Wanted just after his crime boss Richard Wheatley character left the Law & Order courtroom. Both TV shows are Dick Wolf creations and are technically part of the same universe.
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Earlier this year, Dylan McDermott made the unexpected announcement that he would be stepping away from his role as nefarious mobster Richard Wheatley on Law & Order: Organized Crime. Instead, he would make a full 180 turn and take the leading role of Special Agent Remy Scott on FBI: Most Wanted. Though jumping from villain to hero posed a challenge, Dylan McDermott was more than prepared to become Agent Remy, and his run with Most Wanted is already a hit.
Actor Dylan McDermott is starring in the CBS TV show "FBI: Most Wanted" as Supervisory Special Agent Remy Scott. He joins "CBS Mornings" to talk about how executive producer Dick Wolf persuaded him to join the show and how he's bringing some of his own personality into the role.
WHITE PLAINS — Actor Dylan McDermott was spotted playing his new lead character during the filming of an episode of "FBI: Most Wanted" on Monday in Westchester, NY. McDermott was announced to have joined the cast of the show in March as Supervisory Special Agent Remy Scott, the newest head of the FBI's Fugitive Task Force, PEOPLE.com reported.