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That’s something that hasn’t necessarily come out, but I don’t think I’m spoiling too much.You might see different versions of the character, so there you go.So I cut my teeth working on these dramas and BEING HUMAN comes along, and there’s my opportunity to be funny, I just didn’t have the experience and I’ve just absorbed a lot Meaghan Rath and Sam Huntington.This year, I can make jokes land at will, which is really nice, and I can do it in a subtle way where I’m not sitcomming it up or being hammy, which is just fun.Sam Witwer is the star of Syfy’s Being Human, which just concluded its second season.Sam also recently voiced Darth Maul on “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”. He is dead and death kind of follows him everywhere. MG: What was it like working with Dichen Lachman on the show? I think that Aiden is relieved in some ways but at the same time he didn’t want anything to happen to her.Now, returning for the fourth season, Sam Witwer, who portrays the popular, fanged and distraught Aiden, speaks to Diabolique about the show, what is confronted on the fourth season and his roles on THE WALKING DEAD and DEXTER…

The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.So it’s fun to talk with him and go,”‘Okay let’s take a glimpse at those characters for a little bit.Let’s go back to what we were doing when we started.” That really illustrates to you how you’ve changed as an actor, especially when you’re doing a scene and there’s all these comedic targets of opportunity and moments where you can adlib something funny.SW: I think trying to maintain the sense that this guy is real. I did my best to kind of fight against that as I don’t think people want to see Aiden sitting there saying a bunch of weird vampire stuff. That is the one where Sally is sort of stuck in her own head.I tried to bring as much realness as I could to the role this season. I loved that situation and the range of that episode. SW: I think that we are going to see a lot of changes. MG: How has it been juggling both the role of Darth Maul and Aiden? I think the effort that we make is to make each season different. He originally only had two lines so we knew there had to be more to him than that. As we start to see him in season 5 we see there is more to him and he is a much smoother and dangerous than we originally thought. SW: “Clone Wars” has been very reasonable with my schedule.

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