Gary Graham Interview.
Born in Long Beach, California on June 6, 1950, Gary Graham is an actor and producer, most notably remembered for his starring role in the television show Alien Nation, based on the film of the same name. Gary has starred in numerous feature films such as Robot Jox, The Last Warrior, Man Trouble, and Hollywood Knights.
In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Gary Graham to discuss his career in acting, writing and singing. We also discuss his role on Alien Nation, working with George C. Scott on Hardcore, and the role that Star Trek fans know him for best: Ambassador Soval.
Welcome, Boomers! (00:01:21)
"Thank You For Your Service" (00:05:51)
How Did You Get Your Start in Acting? (00:07:32)
Acting and Other Flying Lessons: A Practical Guide to Film Acting (00:09:06)
Alien Nation (00:15:46)
I Love the Fans (00:23:45)
The Vulcan Arc (00:30:02)
Working With the Main Cast (00:35:12)
Fan Films (00:39:54)
Favorite Enterprise Episodes (00:42:39)
How Did You Feel About the Tone Change For Season Three and Four? (00:43:13)
Any Plans for Continuing With Axanar? (00:44:52)
Mirror Soval and Alternate Soval (00:45:37)
Star Trek: Discovery (00:49:06)
Music With Lisle Engle (00:51:13)
Gary's Other Projects and Finding Him on Social Media (00:55:29)
"Taxin' My Tree" (00:57:20)
Final Thoughts Feedback From Listeners (00:58:40)
all music by G. Graham and L. Engle
Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala
Floyd Dorsey (Producer) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Floyd Dorsey (Associate Producer) Mike Morrison (Associate Producer) Tim Cooper (Associate Producer) Justin Oser (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager) Tony Robinson (Show Art) Brandon-Shea Mutala (Patreon Manager)
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"Carbon Creek" Commentary with Dayton Ward. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Dayton Ward to provide an audio commentary for the Enterprise second season episode "Carbon Creek," which introduced us to the character of Mestral, who would become important in three of Ward's novels.
Gary Graham Interview. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Gary Graham to discuss his career in acting, writing and singing. We also discuss his role on Alien Nation, working with George C. Scott on Hardcore, and the role that Star Trek fans know him for best: Ambassador Soval.
Phyllis Strong Interview. In this episode of Warp Five, Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Phyllis Strong to discuss her early writing career, beginning with spec scripts for shows such as Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and The X-Files.
Changes to Alien Designs in Trek. In this episode of Warp Five Brandon-Shea Mutala is joined by Patrick Devlin to discuss how the designs and representations of alien races in Star Trek have changed over the last fifty years, and what we predict it will mean for Star Trek: Discovery.
Tucker Smallwood Interview. In this episode of Warp Five, Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala have an inspiring conversation with Tucker Smallwood. In addition to his film and television work, we discuss how he got drafted into Vietnam, his depression afterwards, his writing, and his singing.
Eight Episode Enterprise/TOS Marathon. In this episode of Warp Five, Brandon-Shea Mutala is joined by Patrick Devlin to plan out an eight episode marathon of Star Trek episodes, alternating between the original series and Star Trek: Enterprise.
Retrospective: Season Three Part One. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala are joined by Patrick Devlin far the first part in our season three retrospective.
Toys with Tenuto. In this episode of Warp Five, Floyd and Brandon-Shea are joined by John Tenuto to talk about the history of Star trek toys as well as some cool toys created for Enterprise.
"Acquisition" and the Ferengi in Enterprise. Brandon-Shea Mutala is joined by Amy Nelson, co-host of Earl Grey, to discuss the Ferengi, and their appearance in the 22nd century.
Comparing "Dawn" and Enemy Mine with John Tenuto. In this episode of Warp Five, Brandon-Shea Mutala is joined by sociology professor and Trek expert John Tenuto to compare and contrast the season two episode of Enterprise called "Dawn" with its cinematic counterpart Enemy Mine.
Manny Coto Interview. Host Floyd Dorsey is joined by Melodic Treks host Brandon-Shea Mutala as they chat with Manny Coto, Executive Producer of Star Trek Enterprise.
The Little Things. Host Floyd Dorsey is joined by Melodic Treks host Brandon-Shea Mutala as they name the little details that make them love this great series.
Top Five Enterprise Moments. Host Floyd Dorsey is joined by Melodic Treks host Brandon-Shea Mutala as they list their top five favorite moments from the entire series.
Eric Pierpoint Interview. Host Floyd Dorsey is joined by Melodic Treks host Brandon-Shea Mutala to chat with Eric Pierpoint, accomplished author and actor that has appeared in all Star Trek series since The Next Generation.
Enterprise Season Two, Part Three. Host Floyd Dorsey is joined by Melodic Treks host Brandon-Shea Mutala and Meta Treks co-host Mike Morrison return to finish the analysis of the topics and situations that stand out in the last half of season two.
Enterprise Season Two, Part Two. Host Floyd Dorsey is joined by Melodic Treks host Brandon-Shea Mutala and Meta Treks co-host Mike Morrison to analyze the topics and situations that stand out in the last half of season two.
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Debriefing Jeffrey. We treat co-host Jeffrey Harlan to a Chef’s buffet of topics before sending him off to school in a shuttlepod of his own.
Future Tense Commentary. How can a ship be bigger on the inside than on the outside? Also, why are the Suliban and Tholians so interested in it? Find out as we take you through this second-season time-travel story.
Warp Five Writer‘s Room 2. What if Star Trek: Enterprise hadn‘t ended after four seasons? We present an alternate finale to season four that could have changed the course of the series and set up a very interesting beginning to season five.
Enterprise Season Two, Part One. Often overshadowed, the NX-01's sophomore outing delivers excellent episodes that address continuity and topics that stretch across all of the Star Trek series. We give season two the credit it deserves.
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