Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Gateworld Talks with Jamie Bamber has posted up two articles about Jamie Bamber:

Man of Duty:

Battlestar Galactica is now into its third season, and is a bona fide hit. No one could be happier than actor Jamie Bamber, who plays the intense Commander Lee "Apollo" Adama on the series.

GateWorld caught up with Jamie at the Shore Leave convention in Baltimore, Maryland. In the interview, the actor talks about the shocker of an ending in Season Two, and the radical changes that his character faces early in the show's third year. Jamie also discusses Apollo's relationships with other characters, notably Kara Thrace and his father, Admiral Adama.
Full interview and audio files here.

And the second one is:
Bamber likes Galactica's formula

Beware of spoilers for the Season Two finale, "Lay Down Your Burdens," and early Season Three episodes.

"I don't dumb down to go to work, and that's a privilege to me," Jamie Bamber said as he took a few minutes to talk with GateWorld about his role in the hit show Battlestar Galactica. "The very inception of the show, as Ron [Moore] came up with it, is it's all about our world. Good science fiction is always about holding a mirror up to the society in which we live now. And by stretching and looking at other societies we can always say a lot about where we are."

Read the full article here:

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