Awesome news! Katee and Tricia are doing an autograph signing and screening of Battlestar Galactica episodes – get tickets HERE
Spinoff Online: Next week in Seattle, you and Tricia Helfer are doing the latest of your charity events while also screening an episode of Battlestar Galactica for fans. What is it about that series that seems to keep so many cast members tightly connected years after its finale?
Katee Sackhoff: I think one of the keys to relationships that carry after jobs is finding something else that you have in common. For Tricia and I, that was very easy. And for Michael Trucco as well. He’s usually with us on these things. Beyond that, it’s just a respect. Battlestar was a very interesting thing in that we all respected each other, we all really appreciated each other. That’s not necessarily normal on television shows. You can either take people or leave them – just like in any profession. You usually have your co-workers who you like, and the other half you don’t care if you ever see them again. You go on about your business, and when the job is done, relationships either carry on or they don’t. With Battlestar, we all happened to really respect each other and like each other as well.
New event photos up in the Katee Sackhoff Web Gallery from The Humane Society Of The United States 60th Anniversary Benefit Gala
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Its been a while, and so I thought it was time for a new layout for the site!
“You should turn on your tape recorder,” Hough said. It was clear that the pair would do an interview if it was about being supportive of other women.
“There’s such a cattiness, such a learned disadvantage with women, where we’re taught from a young age that we’re in competition with each other,” Sackhoff said, telling me that she and Helfer have been close since their years working on Battlestar Galactica. “And I found it really hard to make good girlfriends when I moved here. I had tons of guy friends and not a lot of girlfriends. I find that the older I get, the more girlfriends I have because we’ve all been through it and realized they’re actually the most valuable friendships you can have.”
New event photos of Katee at 8th Annual Art Directors Guild Excellence In Production Design Awards.
Word has come our way that Mike Flanagan’s incredibly scary new flick Oculus (review) will be releasing wide in theatres a week earlier than expected via Blumhouse and Relativity. Look for it now on April 11, 2014, instead of the 18th.
Karen Gillan and Brenton Thwaites star with Rory Cochrane, Katee Sackhoff, Annalise Basso, and Garrett Ryan, along with James Lafferty and Miguel Sandoval. Oculus is directed by Mike Flanagan from a script he co-wrote with Jeff Howard, based on a short film Flanagan and Jeff Seidman made in 2005.
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