Virginia Hey

Farscape and "Living Daylights" actress ...

 

Virginia was nominated in June 2000 for 'Best Supporting Actress' on television by the 26th Annual Saturn Awards of America. In 2001, her status was escalated following her nomination for a LOGIE (The Australian equivalent of an Emmy award) as 'Best Actress'.

Born in Sydney, Virginia divided her early years between her home town and London. She has just spent 3 years on the award-winning series Farscape where she played Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan.

Her career escalated following her big screen debut with Mel Gibson in Mad Max 2: Road Warrior, where she portrayed "Warrior Woman". Since then, Virginia has appeared with numerous international stars, including George C Scott in Mussolini, Timothy Dalton in The Living Daylights (directed by fellow Cult TV 2002 guest John Glen), and Christopher Atkins in Signal One.

On the small screen, Virginia played Gillian in Home and Away, Leigh Templar in Prisoner Cell Block H, Queen Una in Roar, Beth Travers in Neighbours, and Danielle in the 1988 TV series of Mission: Impossible. She has also featured in Pacific Drive, Flipper, Paradise Beach, E Street, Dolphin Cove, Flesh and Blood, Crazy Like A Fox, Vietnam, Big Deal, and the 1986 one-off special Timeslip.

You can discover more about Virginia at her website, www.virginia-hey.com.

 

Vaughn Armstrong

Prolific in the Star Trek universes ...

 

 

With a career that has spanned the stage and screen, in recent years Vaughn Armstrong has become best known for the multiple roles he played in the continuing Star Trek franchise.

Originally auditioned for the role of Will Riker, Vaughn has so far played eleven characters from eight different races in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise where he regularly appears as Admiral Forrest.

Starting off as Karris in Heart of Glory, the first of three Klingon roles that also included Korath in the Star Trek: The Experience exhibit, he has played the Cardassians Seskal and Danar, a Vidiian, a Hirogen, a Romulan, a Kreetassan, and the former Borg drone Two of Nine.

After attending the US International University Centre for Performing Arts in San Diego and was offered a place in the National Shakespeare Company before being drafted. Stationed in Vietnam he used his free time to build and run his first theatre, and upon his return was named NCO in charge of Fort Carson’s Little Theatre in Colorado.

An actor, writer, director and producer for the stage, Vaughn began his television career in the late-1970s with guest roles on Wonder Woman and A Man Called Sloane starring Robert Conrad. Mixing theatre, film and television he continued with appearances in Remington Steele, Scarecrow and Mrs. King and the Quantum Leap episode It’s a Wonderful Leap set in 1958.

Along with appearances in The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The West Wing, Vaughn played the leader of Nightwatch, plotting to take over the space station, in Babylon 5 and the presidential front-runner in an episode of Seven Days.

With film credits including Clear and Present Danger and Triumphs of a Man Called Horse, Vaughn also composed the music for In Time of Need. When he isn’t treading the boards or infront of a camera Vaughn spends his time with his wife and teenage children in Los Angeles.

 

Thomasina Gibson

A writer and regular visitor to TV sets around the globe ...

 

Having originally trained as a school teacher, Thomasina’s desire to watch plays for free led to her working for the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-On-Avon before embarking as a cabin crew-member for British Airways.

After travelling the world for seven years, she crossed the airwaves as a presenter and co-producer for BBC Radio Sussex and BBC South Today. Enjoying a spell working in BBC Children’s television, Thomasina gave up her job to have children of her own.

Following her love of cult television she turned to writing and began contributing to Starburst magazine. Writing for most of the genre magazines in the UK and USA, including Cult Times, TV Zone, Dreamwatch, SFX and Sci-Fi Universe, Thomasina regularly contributes to the Sky Customer Magazine and several daily newspapers.

She has written several books on popular television shows including three volumes of Stargate SG-1: The Illustrated Companion and The High Guard Handbook, a guide to the first two seasons of Andromeda. A huge fan of Stargate SG-1, Thomasina was delighted when MGM asked her to be associate producer on the extras included in the SG-1 DVD releases. She also produced the pilot for a sci-fi entertainment programme for Sky One

 

Tony Currie

Broadcaster and author ...

 

A writer and broadcaster, Tony Currie has worked in and written about radio, television and the recording business for thirty-five years.

His varied career has taken him from the seventh-floor heights of the Independent Television Commission, for whom he was Controller of Programmes (Cable), to the lower decks of shipborne Radio Northsea International; from a twelve year stint as Scottish Television's senior announcer and newscaster to a year hosting the Europe Top 40 on Ukranian state radio, in spite of being beaten nearly to death by the Mafia in Kiev!

A regular contributor to almost every media paper from TV Times to the Times Educational Supplement, his books include The Concise History of British Television and his recent The Radio Times Story. Tony has been on the staff of BBC Scotland for the last eight years, doing all manner of things from reading the news on the radio to choosing the music for late night transmissions of CEEFAX pages.

He also produces records for his own label, and as a "hobby" (he gets bored easily) he runs a radio station - www.radiosix.com - playing music by unsigned bands to listeners in nearly 70 countries on the Internet and via high power shortwave transmitters in Italy.

 

Teryl Rothery

Star of Stargate SG-1 and Profit ...

 

Teryl plays Doctor Janet Fraiser in Stargate SG-1, the Medical Officer at the Cheyenne Mountain Facility. Frasier's skill and compassion are needed when facing the incredible cases brought to her by the SG teams.

A Vancouver native, Teryl Rothery always knew she wanted to be an entertainer. She began her career as a dancer, age 13, performing in her first musical, "Bye Bye Birdie". Her role in "Annie Get Your Gun" earned her a Most Outstanding Performer award with her theatre company.

Teryl has been working in the television and Film industry for many years. She has appeared in "The X Files" (episode "Excelceus Dei"), "Profit", "First Wave", "The Outer Limits", "The Commish", "Robin's Hoods", "MANTIS", and "Cobra". Teryl has used her voice talents on many cartoon series including "Re-Boot" (as Pixel), "ExoSquad" and was Kodachi ('Black Rose') in "Ranma 1/2" (aka "Ranma Nibunoichi").

On the big screen, she has been in "Masterminds" with Patrick Stewart, "Exhuming Mr Rice" with David Bowie and "Best in Show" with Spinal Tap's Christopher Guest. Other film credits include "Urban Safari", "Andre" and "Exquisite Tenderness". She has appeared in the TV movies "Who Killed my Daughter?", "Deceived by Trust", "Tailhook", "For the Love of Nancy" "and The Man Who Wouldn't Die".

She has recently been featured in J Michael Straczynski's new series "Jeremiah", playing the mother of Luke Perry's character.

Off stage and screen, Teryl enjoys walking, riding and roller blading. You can find out more about her at her own official website, www.terylrothery.com.

 

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