“To emerge that Canton is in fact one of the friends that the Doctor deemed should be present at his death eludes to perhaps some further involvement…”
“But fantasy and sci-fi and the idea of stories and imagination has always been people’s thing. It’s just how willing you are to admit it and how willing you are to dress-up as a result of it. And I think the people who dress up and show their allegiance and their fandom and passion are incredibly brave… And truly exceptional as a group. You never see ‘Gang of sci-fi fans rob 7-11’ in the news do you?”
Mark Sheppard might be known for playing the bad guy, but he doesn’t actually believe in the fight between Good vs. Evil on screen.
Even an early morning cold shower because of the Maui gas pipeline leak couldn’t put him in too much of a bad mood.
“There’s no such thing as a villain. I’ve played people with contrasting or different positions on the moral compass, shall we say. Or people who are willing to do things that other people are not willing to do,” he says.
Sheppard played a demon on Charmed, was Badger in the short-lived, but now cult-classic, Firefly and featured in two seasons of Battlestar Galactica.
He is also the fan favourite Crowley on TV2 series Supernatural.
And recently, Sheppard has appeared in the sixth series of Doctor Who – with his dad, fellow actor W. Morgan Sheppard.
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