Today, I’d like to turn this blog over to a familiar face – stuntman and actor Mike Dopud who has made three memorable appearances in the Stargate franchise (Full Alert’s Colonel Chernovshev, Bounty’s Odaii Ventrell, and Tracker’s Kiryk). So far. He’s incredibly talented, a helluva nice guy and, should my SF pilot ever get off the ground, I’ve already got a part for him. Over to Mike…

Thank you Joseph and everyone at SG1 and SGA for bringing me onto your show over the years. Thanks Joe for getting me on your blog. What great questions. Thanks to all the SG fans out there that take the time to watch the shows and for all those nice compliments. Unbelievable. As an actor, there is no greater feeling than to have people respect and enjoy watching your performance. So thanks to everyone out there and I hope to do this again some time.

Christle writes: “I got a question for Mike Dopud! -waves hand in the air frantically- What’s your favorite book, and if said book were to be adapted into a movie, which part would you most like to play?”

I am waving back frantically. Favorite book. Hmmmm, lately it seems like the only books I read are either dinosaur books and/or dinosaur encyclopedias – lol (My 4 year old son Dane is obsessed with dinos). If I were to choose a book it would probably be by the author Ed McBain. He has written many books about the 87th Precinct, which is a fictitious Police precinct in Chicago. Two of his novels that stand out to me are “Big Bad City” and “Fat Ollie’s Book”, both of which are great. They are well-written, gritty, police mysteries. I would love to play the character Det. Steve Carella. They have made some TV movies based on these novels in the past but I think they could make for an awesome feature or a great series.

Mellow Yellow writes: “I don’t have any questions for Mike but please let him know I think he is HOT! and he did an excellent job playing Kiryk and I actually was choked when he sacrificed himself to save everyone else. AND I would have loved it if they made him a regular or recurring character on SGA..that is how great he was..I don’t usually miss a character that I see once on a show but he left me wanting more…”

Thanks Mellow Yellow, I don’t hear the words “HOT” too often so I am flattered. I’m so glad you enjoyed Kiryk. I did as well. I was hoping that he would come back but shortly after we finished shooting “Tracker”, they announced Atlantis wasn’t coming back for season 6. Thanks again, it’s nice to hear.

Wolfenm writes: “To Mike Dopud ~ First, I juist wanted to say that Kiryk was utterly captivating from the first moment your character appeared! He’s the #1 character that I wish we could have seen again in the series! Thank you for bringing him to life for us, for making him a character to care about!”

Thank you very much.

“Now for questions ….

1) I understand that you have quite a range of talent in the acting world, doing stage, television/movie acting, stunt acting, and voice-overs — what aspect did you get your acting start in – “

I started acting and doing stunts about 15 years ago. I would have to say that I started working more as a stuntman early on in my career. I can’t explain why really, but I guess it was due to my sports and fighting background that made me more employable, for lack of a better term. I was very fortunate. I thoroughly enjoy acting for both film and television. As I get older I realize how lucky I am to be a working actor.

I enjoy the freedom and pacing you get with doing a feature film sometimes. In most cases you can really try and figure out the scenes, try them different ways, etc. I also like the challenge of television to get it “right” in a couple of takes. Unfortunately you don’t always have time to be as creative as one would like but it can still be done. I don’t really have a preference at this stage of my career. I LOVE to work. As my wife says: when I am working regularly, I am a happy person.

The first professional play I did was 6 years ago. It was an original play called “Of Diners and Buses” Let me tell you what a thrill that was. I was excited, nervous, scared out of my wits and completely thrilled to work on stage. Working in front of a live audience was such an incredible experience. Now I try to do a play every couple of years if I get the chance to.“and how did you get into those other areas?” All of my work has come from acting and stunt work either directly or indirectly. I met an actor on set years ago that ran a voice-over studio in Toronto, Canada and he brought me in a couple of days later to re-voice some characters on a series he was producing and that was my introduction to voice work.

“Do you have a preference?”

If I had to choose only one aspect of the film industry it would be acting in film and television. Is that only one??

“2) Wikipedia says that you’re also an athlete — what sport(s) do you participate in?”

I WAS an athlete; I sure don’t feel as athletic as I did 10 years ago – hahaha. I played football at Southern Illinois University and had brief stints professionally with the Saskatchewan Rough Riders in The Canadian Football League and with Birmingham Fire of the World League of American Football.

Hockey was the other sport. I played for the Hull Olympics in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and after my football career was done I played in the East Coast Hockey League with the Columbus Chill. “3) Which actors and directors would you most like to work with, given a chance?”I would love to work with …that is tough…. Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins, Cate Blanchet, Cate Winslet. Denzel Washington, Daniel Craig. That’s a pretty good list if you ask me.

As far as directors go, I would have to say a dream of mine would be to work with Clint Eastwood. Ron Howard would be another one.

“4) What’s been your most and least favorite roles so far?”

I loved playing Don Lawson on the MTV Series “Kaya”, the complex and morally challenged Det. Glen Stuckey on the ION network show “Durham County”, and of course I had such a blast playing Kiryk on Atlantis.

“5) What would be your dream role? (It can be something vague, like a mustache-twirling villain, or a specific role that’s already been done, like Han Solo.)”

One of my all time favorite movies is “Mad Max”. That would be very fun. Again, playing Kiryk was great. Doing that on a regular basis or in a feature format would be everything I could ask for. I just watched the movie “The Wrestler” and I would definitely love to play that kind of role.

“6) Of all the costumes you’ve had to wear, which have you liked the best in your career? The least? And what one has been hardest to perform in?”

I had fun wearing my costume as General Backler in “IN THE NAME OF THE KING”. I wore armor and a long wig and this crazy beard. Kiryk’s costume was very cool as well (that post apocalyptic look) and my wardrobe as Don on “KAYA” was fun as well because I got to dress in the hippest high end suits and got to drive nice cars.

“7) Of things you haven’t appeared in, what are some of your favorite plays? Movies? TV shows?”

I really like the play THE SEA HORSE by Edward J. Moore. BETRAYAL by Harold Pinter. TV shows…I am hooked on GREY’S ANATOMY believe it or not. I like 24, THE WIRE was very good too. Movies: Just saw THE WRESTLER (great) BLADE RUNNER, CITY OF GOD and many, many more.

“If you pitted the three Stargate characters you’ve played against each other in a fight, who would win?”

Off the top I would have to say Kiryk, but Odaii Ventrell was very slick and smart and didn’t really have a conscience so I think it would be close fight – but I have to believe Kiryk would win out in the end. Col. Chernovshev wouldn’t really stand a chance. Against those two that is.

Ponytail writes: “Some questions for Mr. Mike Dopud: How did you like working with Jewel, David, and Jason in Tracker?”

I loved working with them, they treated me as if I was a regular on the show. Jewel and I hit it off immediately which made starting on a new show much easier. She’s very nice. I remember on the first day, Jewel and I had already done some scenes together and then David and Jason showed up and I couldn’t believe how funny they were. There were a couple of takes that I thought I would not be able to contain my laughter. They made me feel right at home.

“Have you ever worked with any Atlantis cast member in the past?”

I was about to say no but actually I have worked with Paul McGillion before on a movie called SEE GRACE FLY – which Paul was excellent in might I add.

“Did you do all your own stunts in Tracker?”

Yes, I have experience as a stunt performer which makes it easier for producers and directors to let me do my own action.

“What was your favorite scene in Tracker and why?”

My favorite scene in TRACKER is probably the scene in the cave when I bring Dr. Keller to see Celise (the little girl that I am trying to save). I just think that it is a critical scene in the show because the audience gets to see the real reason why Kiryk kidnapped Dr.Keller. I believe this is a moment in which the audience starts to empathize with him and you get to see that this hardnosed, intense tough guy is actually a noble and caring person. Hopefully that’s what came across. The fight scenes with Jason were fun too. I trained and rehearsed for quite a while to make the them work so I was anxious to shoot them as well. I think they came together quite well.

“Your character and Jason’s character are/were both runners. Personality wise, how do you think Kiryk was different from Ronon?”

I think they are very similar in some ways, both having gone through terrible things such as being on the run from the WRAITH, watching people and family they care for destroyed. I think a difference might be that Kiryk hasn’t found a home yet and is probably at the end of his line so to speak whereas Ronon has been with ATLANTIS for some time and is not on the run from the Wraith anymore.

“Do you think your character Kiryk survived after diving through the gate with the Wraith in tow?”

I would love to think Kiryk survived. Because the tracking system was fried, I believe it gave him a renewed hope and a chance to make it through. The fact that the Wraith can no longer track him is a huge bonus for Kiryk.

“Of your 3 appearances in SG1 and SGA, which was your favorite and why?”

Playing Ventrell in Bounty on SG1 was really fun but I would have to say Kiryk was my favorite because although he was a tough guy, he was more vulnerable as a person. More complex.

“Any upcoming projects you’d like to mention?”

As a matter of fact I have been very fortunate this past year. I am a series regular on a show called DURHAM COUNTY which will air this summer on the ION network. I play Det. Glenn Stuckey. As well, I am back on SMALLVILLE this week Jan.29th and they brought my character back on BATTLESTAR GALACTICA (Specialist Gage) which airs this week and next week Friday at 10pm on SCI FI channel. I just finished shooting a small part on the feature WOLVERINE this week. I play an American Officer. Oh, and I will be Guest Starring on SUPERNATURAL in the month of Feb.

Tamijib writes: “To Mike Dopud: I just wanted to say that I enjoyed your work on SG1 and SGA. I would have to say that I enjoyed you as Kiryk the most. I love characters like him that pretend they are tough but really have a soft side. You really brought that in his character. Thanks. Questions: Out of all the characters on Stargate franchise which one did you like the most/least to play?”

As I said before Kiryk was just the best character for me to portray. I liked all of them. Col. Chernovshev was fun to play as well. He’s so different than the others.

“If asked would you come back to the Stargate franchise on SGA as Kiryk or even SGU as another character? Thanks for the Q&A.”

Of course, I would be absolutely thrilled if they asked me to come back as Kiryk or even as a new character on SGU. I have always been treated well by the Stargate Clan.

Charlie MacKenna writes: “Question for Mr. Mike: So, on a scale of 1-10 (10 being completely awesome) how awesome is it being a stunt man?”

Hahaha good question. I would give it a 10. I love it but I have to be honest. As you get older the falls and the physical abuse your body talks aren’t as fun as they used to be.

Thornyrose writes: “Questions for Mr. Dopud. First, what inspired you to make the shift from stuntman to acting?”

I think it was just something that evolved over time. I always loved doing both stunt work and acting but I guess over the years the challenges that acting brings is something that really drives me. I relish the challenge of bringing a character to life to enhance the story. Hopefully I have been able to do that.

“What is your favorite form of acting, theater, TV, movies? Which genres are you most eager to do, or enjoy most? Sci-fi, comedy, romance?”

In my career I have worked on a number of Sci -Fi projects (SG1, Atlantis, BSG, Rollerball, Riddick,etc..) I love the fantasy worlds. It allows you a lot of freedom when trying to create a character. As well, I love working on dramas. I am most eager to work on a romantic comedy, believe it or not. I don’t get many opportunities to work on them but it would definitely be a change of pace and something I look forward to doing one day.

Airelle writes: “Mr. Dopud, great work on Tracker, enjoyed that episode. Did you get many injuries from the work on SGA?”

Thanks so much. I’m glad you enjoyed it. Fortunately I didn’t get hurt at all on Tracker. Everything in the fight scene was choreographed and rehearsed by Jason, myself and the stunt guys with James Bamford’s supervision.

PoorOldEdgarDerby writes: “Questions for Mr. Dopud:

1. Did you ever tell somebody that you were a stuntman and they asked if it’d be all right to sock you?”

Yes and please don’t ever do that to a stunt man. At least they ask first and some of the time I would say “Sure, but can I hit you back??”. That always gets a laugh.

“2. I’ve perused a couple sites listing your acting credits. Do you mostly enjoy film work or does the stage at all strike your fancy?”

I thoroughly love working on television and film but I really enjoy being on the stage. In my perfect world, I would work on a series, then do a feature film and or a play every year. The only ‘problem’ with working on stage is the time commitment which keeps you away from film and TV work.

Ava writes: “For Mike Dopud: First I would love to say, that I admire you for having the courage to break the barrier between worlds of stuntmen and actors. It’s impressive how convincing you can be in your roles and how different every role is!”

Thanks so much for saying that. I love the challenge a bringing to life these different characters.

“I loved Kiryk and loved to hate Torko.”

I agree. Torko had absolutely no redeeming qualities. It was fun playing a bad guy that was such a jerk.

“Okay… 1. Any possibility we could see you in the new SGU?”

I really don’t know if that is possible but if they (the producers) want me back, I would do it in a heartbeat. The Stargate franchise has always treated me well.

“2. How difficult was the transition from stuntman to actor? Did you encounter some.mm.. resistance?”

I would say that the transition was a hard one. Especially early on. I had resistance from many people. Some casting directors didn’t want to give me a chance but, eventually, I was able to win them over I guess. It did take some time though. Stunt coordinators would also be apprehensive when it came to hiring me because they wanted to know if I was committed to doing stunts or not. I just never understood why people had a hard time with me doing both, but I think as the years have gone on, I have made some inroads and hopefully it will keep on going.

“3. If you could not do THIS job, what would you do?”

Honestly I have never thought of what I would do if I weren’t acting…. Maybe I would be involved in coaching sports or something like that.

“4. Which role you consider to be your biggest ‘breakthrough’ so far?”

My biggest breakthrough so far would have to be landing a lead role on a series called KAYA, which aired on MTV last year and is currently airing in Canada and in Europe I believe. The main reason was that they didn’t want me to audition for it. I happened to audition for it in LA at the last minute, they brought me back for a network test the next day and I got it.Tracker was also very important because as much as I enjoyed playing Kiryk, the feedback has been fantastic.

“5. Do you have any official fanmail address?”

You can send it to my agent: Peter Strain and Associates

5455 Wilshire blvd. Suite #1812

Los Angeles, CA


“6. What qualities do you value the most in people?”

Simply put, honesty and loyalty.

“Well, thank you for your time and wishing you the very best “

I appreciate that Ava.

Shiningwit writes: “I don’t have any questions for Mike Dopud apart from how do you pronounce your surname?”

That’s funny; I have never been asked that question…kidding. I pronounce it DO as in Dough, pud (as in pudding) if that makes any sense. No worries though. My own family and I say it differently. It’s a Serbian name that dropped and added letters when my parents defected from the former Yugoslavia in the early sixties.

KellyK writes: “Hi, Mike. Thanks for taking our questions.

1) What was the most challenging aspect of shooting Tracker?”

I would say it was a great episode to work on for me. I could totally relate to Carl Binder’s writing. Will Waring and I had a great meeting before we started shooting and I told him why and what I thought Kiryk was. He gave me some notes and some freedom in creating the character. The challenge for me was to somehow make Kiryk a character that you can understand or at some level empathize with despite his quiet demeanor and harsh appearance.

“2) How did working on Atlantis compare to working on SG-1?”

I would have to say it was very similar in the fact that both sets were extremely friendly and accommodating.

“3) Since the fate of your character was left open at the end of the episode, what do YOU think happened to Kiryk?”

As I mentioned earlier, since Dr. Keller fried his tracking device, I believe that gave Kiryk a newfound will to survive and that little edge to keep going. I believe his skills as a warrior would beat out the WRAITH, thus I think he survived and is ready to make a comeback in the ATLANTIS movie…..Joe, Brad, Robert…..what do you say???? Ok, ok it was worth a shot. LOL.

32 thoughts on “January 28, 2009: Actor Mike Dopud Answers Your Questions

  1. Thank you, Mike!! What a great Q&A!!! Aaaahhh!! A fellow Mad Max fan!!! Wooo! I’ve always said that if I could be one fictional character, I want to be Max. And being a girl wouldn’t stop me! 😀 I even had a cat named Mad Max years back…that’s how much I loved that character. Still love him – just watched Road Warrior the other night – best bit of action in any movie, ever. Love the end of the chase…attacked from above and behind, claw in his shoulder, blinded in one eye…getting the kid to crawl out through the window…’ Get the bullet, kid!’ Aaaaahhh!! Love it. I think <Road Warrior is still my favorite – Mad Max is a bit too dark, and Beyond Thunderdome a bit too polished – the one in the middle just had the right atmosphere all the way round.

    Okay…I went off there a bit. Sorry. 😳

    And SO cool that you got to work on the Wolverine movie! I knew it was filming in Vancouver for some pick-up scenes and stuff they couldn’t do earlier. It’s nice to know there’ll be a familiar face to look for in the film! I really can’t wait for that one…although – as a huge Wolverine fan – I am a bit apprehensive. I just want it to be good.

    Great blog guest tonight, Joe – thank you for making it possible!


  2. Great Q&A …Thanks Mike… Hope to see you SGU someday soon!

    Hello Mr. M.,

    How’s your day been? Any better than yesterday?

    Have you gone for the consult yet for Jelly?

    Patricia Lee

  3. Thanks for popping by Mike. Good luck with your future endeavours.

    Too hot to try and write anything that will make sense. Dogs have limited their movements today to just eyeballs and the odd raised eyebrow.

  4. Hey! Thanks so much for the wonderful guest blog. Mike is an incredibly talented and versatile actor and i could very easily picture him in a similar role to “the wrestler” (finally some new movies coming out worth watching). Now that would be absolutely incredible.
    I sure hope you lovely writers/producers can find a place for him in SGU if at all possible! hahaha (i know im dreaming, you guys are awesome and i trust you’ll make this new series as epic as the first two whatever the outcome). Thanks again!! Can’t wait for the next!

    p.s. Hope things work out for Jelly, looked a little sad in some of those beautiful pictures there.

  5. Thanks to Mr. Dopuld for his participation. Great Q&A, and I’ll be happily watching for his future appearances on the big and little screen. Mr. M, thanks as always for making such guest appearances possible.

  6. Great Q&A Mike! Too bad I didn’t get my questions ready in time…….I had a couple……oh well….

    Hey Joe.

    I just found out the other day that I passed my math final….you need a 51% to pass………I scored 52%…..I know what you’re thinking (wow, idiot), but I actually had a really bad teacher who didn’t know how to teach half the curriculum. I was surprised that I passed…….now just waiting to see what I got on my English paper.

    I heard a funny joke today: What do you get when you cross a Bulldog with a Shih Tzu? Answer: A Bullsh*t 🙂

  7. I didn’t realize Mike Dupod had played Odaii Ventrell in Bounty. I loved that episode, and mostly because of him. I’d love to see him do comedy, he’d be great.

    Your SF pilot? Is this one of the reasons you’re coming down to LA?

  8. Thanks for taking the time, Mr. Dopud. Sucks something awful to hear people being so hard about the transition from stuntman to actor. Seems it would be a pretty big indicator that you could be relied on to do the job at hand, show up on time.

    Our gain in the end, though.

  9. This was great! And I’ll definitely be watching out for Mike on BSG and am really looking forward to his Supernatural appearance. Vancouver casting is wonderful.

  10. Thanks very much for answering our questions, Mike!!

    Incidentally, I discovered the awesome speed-metal band Blind Guardian because of In the Name of the King — which I liked, by the way — and it’s partially your fault! LOL My mom had found the movie on TV one day about a month ago. Despite the beard, I recognised you (well, after a few minutes of going “I know this guy …” anyway), along with several others, and so I sat down to watch. When the credits came on, I really loved the music playing over them. I looked up the soundtrack on IMDB, then tracked the songs down on Amazon and ended up buying an entire album of theirs. So thanks for inadvertantly helping me to discover some great music! LOL

    Anyway, best of luck to you, Mike — I hope they bring you on board SGU! (Or how’s about Sanctuary, eh?)

    And thank you, Joe, for giving us a chance to talk to Mike. 🙂

  11. Thank you Mike Dopud for a very interesting Q&A. Interesting in the fact that behind these characters we see on TV and film there is a totally different person – a human being. Not too many sports stars go on to have successful acting careers (even though I bet a lot of them would like to). He is a man of many talents. (and so cute!)

    Note to Joe: Please write Kiryk into the Atlantis Movie.

    And thank you Joe for inviting Mike onto your blog.

  12. I always feel so privileged when we are treated to awesome guest blogs! Mike Dopud rocks!!!

    I’m really hoping that one of those pilots pitched out last year gets picked up!!!

    Yay! Finally some SNOW for NE USA! We only got 14 inches, but we are hopefully getting more on Friday!

    Also, to everyone who’s been feeling like crap/in pain/sick/et cetera: get better soon! Hopin’ and prayin’ for swift recoveries!

  13. Thanks for this great and interesting Q&A.

    For me the best of Tracker was the Kiryk character. Would love to see more of him.

  14. Great Q&A, Thank you so much Joe and Mike, I most certainly will be looking out for Mike in future projects and really hope we see him in SGU preferably as a regular or recurring character.
    I’m off now to my school run stint which gets to be more and more like the chariot race from Ben Hur with all the traffic on the roads, gotta remember to sharpen the hub spikes.

  15. quoted from: Narelle from Aus
    Thanks for popping by Mike. Good luck with your future endeavours.
    Too hot to try and write anything that will make sense. Dogs have limited their movements today to just eyeballs and the odd raised eyebrow.

    I loved the Q&A with Mike Dopud…lovely fella!
    I was just wondering Joe…how cool is it over your way? And would like some of our summer heat?
    I let the dog out this afternoon…it was 44C…he yelped when he stepped outside because unbeknown to me, the timber decking was piping hot. His water bucket had hot water…hot enough to make a cup of coffee with had I just added the coffee and milk. Then the power went off so we went outside and tried to hose the poor dog down. In the end we hosed ourselves down and Bill just plopped down in the dirt.
    So it was kinda cool…no pun intended, to watch Lulu and Bubba playing in the snow while my poor dog sits outside slobbering like Cujo and we all melt in our seats…and I kid you not…the roads are literally melting.
    Stay cool Joe!! 🙂

  16. Very cool and informative Q&A, Mr.Dopud. Thank you!
    I’m looking forward the new appearences. Darn, romantic comedy. I would love to see, even if I had to write and produce on my own! xD *looking for sponsors right about now..*
    DANG IT.
    As much as I would love to say that address is working, I tested it over Fanmail and got my letter back as RTS. But maybe someone else will be more lucky.:(

    Mr.M .. soo, what about Mike in SGA film?? I wasn’t brave enough to ask myself, but when the question popped up? ;D

  17. Cool Q & A Mike. Thanks.

    So, you know how I joked with you Joe about losing your VISA. Well, karma’s a bitch. I can’t find my house keys. I’ve gone through my backpack and car and looked on my desk at work – no luck!

    So I sincerely apologise. I shouldn’t have made light of your situation.

    **grovels on knees** So can I please have my keys back? They have the super cool Stargate keyring that I love.

    Chev 🙁

  18. A funny conversation came up yesterday in my Animal Nutrition class, and it made me think of your various canine companions. We were discussing pet food, so, naturally, the question of what to do if the pet refuses to eat came up, which turned into a discussion of dog behavior and house breaking. Puppies, apparently, have a window from about 12 weeks to 16 weeks of age where supposedly, they will be most receptive to learning. His point was, if one is trying to house train a puppy, and they’re only eight weeks old, not to give up, because they’re not dumb, just young. Which was immediately followed by this: “Of course, some dog breeds are just -smart-, and they -refuse- to be taught or house broken. Pugs and French Bulldogs are the ones that come to mind.” No embellishment or omission on my part— that’s exactly what he said. So I got to try to cover up my laughter with a coughing fit.

  19. Coucou =)
    Vouc allez bien joseph!
    Merci pour toutes ces questions posées à Mike!

    Je suis trop happy! La voix française de John Sheppard à fait un message audio pour mon blog!! C’est vraiment la classe^^!!

    Passez une trés bonne journée! Bisou

  20. Morning, Joe…

    I have a little question for you…

    Do you have a home library, all set up just for you and your books? If not, do you have a ‘dream library’? If so, what would it be like?


  21. I bet it’s refreshing to answer questions when you’re not a maker of the show. You don’t get a whole lot of: “Please explian your reasoning when you commited the gross injustest of shutting down SGA single handedly.”
    I know it’s refreshing to read. Then again, it is more amusing when the makers are getting grilled.

  22. Ahhh, what a nice interview with the lovely Mike Dopud. I’ll have to check out Durham Cty. I hope there’ll be some footage behind the scenes on Tracker for the Season 5 dvd, it sounds like it was a hoot.

  23. Thank you for the wonderful Q & A from Mike Dopud, I enjoyed it very much.
    Wishing him much success!

  24. So while some of us are battening down the hatches in anticipation of yet another shite weekend weather-wise others are melting in the heat of several suns, what happened to the happy medium? I bet she’s in the pub getting hammered(pissed)

  25. Hi Mr M!

    Greetings once more from a very wet Tipperary!

    A big thanks to Mr Dopud for a great Q and A!!

    By the by, meant to ask, some months ago, Mr Momoa asked what our (the fans / JM Blogees) favourite Ronon line had been…..So what was/is his favourite Ronon Dex line?

    Hope all good with all in Vancouver.

    Best to all


  26. “Thanks Mellow Yellow, I don’t hear the words “HOT” too often so I am flattered. ”

    Really? I find that surprising.

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