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Star Trek: Voyager's Kate Mulgrew Talks About Warehouse 13

Star Trek: Voyager's Kate Mulgrew Talks About Warehouse 13

We're still living off of the adrenaline of Vegas Khhaaan!, or Creation Entertainment's 45th anniversary Star Trek convention Las Vegas, as mere mortals know it. One of the highlights of the show for us was watching Kate Mulgrew on stage. Not only could she hold her own with Sir Patrick & Sir Billiam (BTW, if you noticed, we're trying to start an internet meme with that...), but Kate was also fantastic with the fans. She was truly engaged and willing to answer any question in stride. Let's face it, we love Kate. Tonight she made her debut in Warehouse 13 on Syfy and recently TVology sat down and talked to Kate about her character and the Warehouse 13 regulars.

"Saul Rubinek is one of the great actors, I think of our generation -- certainly my generation. And I felt, he's consummate and he's unexpected. So I had to step up to the plate whenever I was acting with him. Joanne Kelly is like a delicious confection. And Eddie McClintock, I would have to tell you, as well as Allison Scagliotti, are natural actors. So it's like playing ball with people who are the best; you really have to play badly not to hit well."

Kate continued with her thoughts on the female characters in Warehouse 13 & women in science fiction as a whole. "The women are grounded and exalted at the same time, which is of course what a good female character should be. We have dimensionality, we have great truth, we have power, we don't have to sacrifice our femininity, we have honesty, and most importantly we have humanity. And that's probably the most beautiful thing about Warehouse 13: There's no glass ceiling there. [Showrunner] Jack Kenny understands that the glass ceiling has long since been shattered. So it's a new day."

Be sure to check out the full interview over at TVology.

(source TVology)

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