November 7th, 2013 by Scott
SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 188 – Our Interview with Neil Grayston
(Eureka, Warehouse 13, Supernatural)
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Welcome to the Diner.
Interview: Neil Grayston (Smallville and Eureka)
Trivia: New Trivia this week! Win Neil Grayston
TV News: The Walking Dead gets ‘anti-climactic’ S5 renewal (what else did you expect?); CBS ORDERS PILOT SCRIPT FOR CHARMED REBOOT; SHIELD is the biggest disappointment; Almost Human premiere date changed
Movie News: X Men: Days of Future Past Trailer; Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer; Harrison Ford on the Ender’s Game controversy
TWIST: Life After Trek Episode 25 Featuring Star Trek author Larry Nemecek; a documentary About Star Trek’s Original Orion Slave Girl, Susan Oliver, Being Developed
SciFi 5 in 5: Great Douglas Fargo quotes from Eureka
Trivia this week! Who said this quote and from what movie?
Question: “Does thinking you’re the last sane man on earth make you crazy? Because if it does, maybe I am.”
Prize: A signed Neil Grayston print
Neil Grayston began acting in high school in Port Moody, British Columbia. After graduation, he began his professional career by guest-starring on numerous Vancouver-shot television series, including the critically acclaimed teen series Edgemont Road.
Grayston played a recurring role as Alec, “the mouth-breather”, on the series Wonderfalls. He was nominated for a Leo Award for his role as Martin, the stoic sous-chef, in the award-winning comedy series Godiva’s. His guest-starring credits include turns on Smallville, The Dead Zone and Supernatural. He currently resides in New Westminster, British Columbia, with his girlfriend and several fish.
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