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SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 242 – Our Interview with Eddie McClintock from Warehouse 13

scifidiner242SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 242 – Our Interview with Eddie McClintock from Warehouse 13

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Eddie McClintock

McClintock was born in North Canton, Ohio, the son of Theodore “Ted” McClintock. He married Lynn Sanchez in 2005, and they have two sons, Jack and Max. McClintock graduated with a degree in communications from Wright State University in Dayton and also studied design in college. In 2007, he designed the album artwork for “V is for Vagina” and currently sells some of his artwork on his personal website. A wrestler and later a production assistant, he subsequently took up acting and was nearly 30 before he appeared in major roles.

Career

To date, McClintock has appeared in ten pilots, starred in five network series, worked on several TV movies, and made well over 45 guest appearanceson more than 25 different shows. He was a cast member on the television sitcom Stark Raving Mad from 1999 to 2000 with Tony Shalhoub and Neil Patrick Harris, which won the People’s Choice Award  but later was cancelled. In 2006, he appeared on Desperate Housewives as Frank, the father of Gabrielle and Carlos’ adoptive baby. He appeared as Special Agent Tim Sullivan in four episodes of Bones in 2007. He has also guest-starred on Sex and the City, My Boys, Felicity, Friends, Ned and Stacey, Less than Perfect, Better off Ted, The King of Queens and other less-successful television shows like B.S. (Boarding School), A.U.S.A., Crumbs with Fred Savage, and Say Uncle with Teri Hatcher and Ken Olin. He is best known for his role in Syfy’s Warehouse 13.

BuddyTV ranked him number eight-two on its list of “TV’s Sexiest Men of 2011”.

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  1. Sarah March 24, 2015

    I just listened to this podcast and had to share my favorite ‘Padme moments’: The entire theme song for Star Trek: Enterprise has to go down as one of the most cringe-worthy moments in the entire cannon and was just so tonally off the whole series that I think it has to count as a ‘Padme moment’. Another is Kim Basinger in the Tim Burton ‘Batman’ movie with the whole ‘Why won’t you let me love you’ scene. My biggest of all time is actually not in a SciFi movie so maybe it will be disqualified, but Andie McDowell at the end of ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ with the line ‘Is it still raining, I hadn’t noticed.’ always makes me cringe. I know there are others but I can’t think of them right now…

    I also can’t believe no one picked the Firefly theme song as one of the best Sci-Fi themes ever, although it is seriously tough to whittle it down to just 5 out of all the great ones over the years. I totally agreed with Raoul on Doctor Who as number 1.

    I just discovered your podcast and am really enjoying it, so thanks for the great discussions!

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