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- Maj. Paul Davis in Stargate SG-1 (1999-2005)
- Tripp in The 6th Day (2000)
- Det. Brian Curtis in Da Vinci's Inquest (2002-2005)
- Det. Brian Curtis in Da Vinci's City Hall (2005-2006)
- Man in Centigrade (2007)
- Steve Lefkowitz in jPod (2008)
- Maj. Paul Davis in Stargate: Continuum (2008)
- Maj. Paul Davis in Stargate: Atlantis (2009)
- " Elektra was a blast. And Rob Bowman was the first great thing about that show. I’d worked with him on three occasions shooting The X-Files. And no matter how big or small I ever get in this business, I owe the man. Great guy. Okay. Jennifer Garner was a total snot. Just kidding. That gal was rock solid and cared very little for herself, but everything for the crew. She went out of her way to learn every ones name on the set and even went so far as buying sushi and gifts for the cast and crew on more than one occasion. But I will share one fun memory from that show. I had finished up my part of the shooting and was now back living in California. And one afternoon, while chilling on a hammock and having a beer with my friend Noah Beggs, I get a call from the director, Rob Bowman.
“Hey man. We’re shooting the scene where Jennifer talks to you on the phone. Do you want to do the scene right here, right now. Live?”
“Ha! You’re nuts, brother.”
How cool is that? I would be off camera of course. Way, way off camera. A thousand miles away. So, Jennifer get’s on the phone.
“This is kinda cool huh?”
And so, we shot it. Me in California. Jen in Vancouver. Pretty cool. (And Jen, if you ever see this, I hope you’re well.) And so the scene you see with her on her home phone, you can now imagine me on the other end, sitting on my hammock, in California with Noah Beggs. Great question."