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He’s very skeptical, he doesn’t understand what these abilities are. And so it’s not like a type of thing where he’s just all gung ho and sign me up and let’s do this. And by the end of the pilot he’s almost forced to choose to work along with them. So when she like even kisses somebody it’s a good time. I would like to maybe have that ability at some moments in my life.And so he’s spent a lot of time as a loner and he has had a really bad run of luck and so he’s got trust issues and used to being alone. I’d like to be able to look at people and I don’t know, tell them to take their pants off or something like that and just see if they would do it.Warren Christie: Cameron is a guy who we meet in the pilot, he’s had a bit of run of bad luck and he’s divorced, his son doesn’t really want to spend much time with him. I think what she does is super cool, the fact that she can hear and see.He’s a recovering alcoholic and through a chain of events is brought into this group run by Dr. I think it also makes her extremely sensitive and human and I love all those aspects.
But then once I’d signed on one good piece after another fell into place and everyone that got on board after that and that was already on board that I met was fantastic and smart. Jump with us to see how the others answered this and to see what else they talked about.Alphas follows a clandestine group of average everyday citizens with amazing abilities operating within the U. Ryan Cartwright: I think I was the first actor on board.I was having another fun horrible pilot season in LA running around doing my monkey showings trying to get a job and then this really good script turned up and I just wanted to be a part of it immediately.Continue reading Ryan Cartwright, Azita Ghanizada, Warren Christie, and Exectuve Producers Zak Penn (he is the creator, too!) & Ira Steven Behr from Alphas recently spoke with the press about the new drama series on Syfy, which premieres tonight at 10/9c.