All you Clone Wars fans who think the Cartoon Network CG series hasn't had enough Sith as of late, you're in luck—it's about to feature a whole lot more. Spoilers ahead!
Being Human's Sam Witwer is also a Star Wars vet. The guy's provided the voice work and likeness for Starkiller in the two Star Wars: The Force Unleashed games and he's now the voice of the resurrected Sith Lord Darth Maul on Clone Wars.
Things are about to get very tough for Being Human's hunky vamp, Aiden, as season two of the Syfy series premieres tonight, said actor Sam Witwer, who plays the role. However, don't think you know how the season's going to turn out just because you watched season two of the British series that inspired it.
The second season premiere of Syfy's breakout hit series Being Human is less than two weeks away, so it's time to take your first, awesome look at its newest vampire character (royalty, no-less!) played by Dollhouse's Dichen Lachman.
A few days ago, we brought you the awesome news that Star Wars fan favorite Darth Maul was being brought back from the ''dead'' for Star Wars: The Clone Wars. If that wasn't cool enough, we just learned who's been tapped to voice the legendary Sith lord.
For actor Sam Witwer, playing Aidan the vampire on Syfy's Being Human has allowed the veteran sci-fi actor to embrace deep, dark and oh, so human problems, and he loves the depths his character has traveled so far this season.
As the centuries old vampire Aidan on SyFy's Being Human, Sam Witwer has really got a taste for blood (pun intended). So much so that the actor thinks his character could take on another centuries old famous TV vampire, The Vampire Diaries' Damon Salvatore.
Remaking/rebooting/reimagining a popular series can be tough: sometimes they're successful (The Office comes to mind) and sometimes, not so much (Life on Mars anyone?). So if you're on the fence about the U.S. version of Being Human, Sam Witwer wants you to keep in mind a little show called Battlestar Galactica.