series Lucas Till and George Eads talked a little about the new show as well as look back on the original series.
During a sit down chat with Seat42F both actors said that the new show hits the ground running with lots of fast paced action interspersed with a little comedy.
We rehearsed last night for a couple of hours and it’s usually with a pretty hefty bottle of red wine to get the juices flowing.
You get a massage and a meal, you’re so tired, you’re hitting it again.
Eads for his part chatted about the effort they are going to in order to stay true to the original Ian Cullen is the founder of and has been a fan of science fiction and fantasy from birth.
In the past few years he has written for 'Star Trek' Magazine as well as interviewed numerous comics writers, television producers and actors for the SFP-NOW podcast at: he is not writing for Ian enjoys playing his guitar, studying music, watching movies and reading his comics.
1685, in Surrey and Yorkshire, England, respectively. George Eads’ great-grandfather George was the son of William Alexander Eads and Mary Ann Murphy.
George’s paternal grandfather was George Coleman Eads, Jr. George Eads’ great-grandmother Mary Byrd Ramsey was the daughter of Ambrose Knox Ramsey and Sarah C. George’s paternal grandmother was Jessie Mae Ballard (the daughter of Arthur Elmer Ballard and Minnie Mae Mc Natt).
v=Cc Hff Tl D8w Y (Nice clip of hot young Goldie Hawn as an intro.) And if anything, Waldman's voice reminds me more of Joanne Worley.
He's really adorable and a fantastic actor (Grave Danger, when poor Nick was trapped in a coffin).
Last year, he won the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series with the rest of the cast.
Til also talked about having watched when he was a kid, but was not an avid fan.
But he did admit to re-watching the series after work in order to research the role and he is up to season two.