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Chris
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Portrayed by Joaquin Garay III
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Chris Alonzo is the son of Louise and Hector Alonzo.

With his older sister, Gloria, he lives on the troubled family farm. Knowing their situation, he prays to God to help his family; such an answer comes in the form Troy and Dillon, who are tasked with setting up an agricultural source for the Galactican Fleet following the Cylon destruction of the Agricultural Ships (1980: "Space Croppers").

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Chris
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Portrays: Cylon Centurion
Date of Birth: July 6, 1976
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Age: 48
Nationality: USA USA
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Chris Becker is an actor who portrays a Cylon Centurion - likely being a stand-in to be later replaced by CGI - in the Re-imagined Series episode "Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part II".

His acting roles have included appearing in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and Eureka.

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Chris
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Chris Boyd portrays Henry Cheadle, a Marine in the Re-imagined Series.

Boyd has also starred in the television series 21 Jump Street, Charmed, Neon Rider, and Silk Stalkings.



Chris
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Portrays: Ops Officer
Date of Birth: June 19, 1972
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Nationality: CAN CAN
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Chris Bradford (born June 19, 1972) is a Canadian actor who portrays an Ops Officer in "Razor" and the Razor Flashbacks.




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Role: Writer, "The Day They Kidnapped Cleopatra"
BSG Universe: Galactica 1980
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Chris Bunch (December 22, 1943—July 4, 2005) is one of four writers who wrote "The Day They Kidnapped Cleopatra," the last episode in production at the time Galactica 1980 was officially canceled by ABC.

Born in Fresno, California, he worked with Glen Larson as a writer for Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo, Magnum, P.I., and Quincy, M.E.. He also wrote The A-Team episode "Pure-Dee Poison" with Alan Cole, Stephen J. Cannell and Frank Lupo.

Writer credits for "Galactica 1980"

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Chris
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Portrays: Corporal Venner, Louie
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Chris Shields is the actor who portrayed Corporal Venner in the Re-imagined Series, and Louie in Caprica's "The Imperfections of Memory".

Shields' various other genre appearances include The Dead Zone, Smallville and UPN's version of The Twilight Zone.



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Chris
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Christa Nolan is an agent in Colonial Intelligence.

She comes to Galactica in order to recruit seven pilots, including Karl Agathon and Kara Thrace, to trap any of Darja Purat's terrorist compatriots in any attempt to rescue Purat. Allegedly, her plan is to dangle Purat in order to lure and capture his cohorts, who have attacked two Colonial targets, as they escort Purat to an undisclosed destination through Colonial space.

However, when Purat's cohorts make their bid to extricate their leader, Nolan seizes the outside distraction they provide to free Purat herself. This being the intention all along as she and Purat are romantically involved (Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero 4), she and Purat escape, with Agathon and Thrace pursuing Nolan's FTL-capable escape ship to one of Sagittaron's outermost moons to meet with Julian DiMarco, an ex-Colonial Fleet admiral wanting to rebel and overthrow the allegedly corrupt Colonial government (Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero 3, 4).

She later kills Sil, Julian DiMarco's wife, after Sil kills one of the rebels and tries to enlist the help of Karl Agathon from Galactica. In his grief, DiMarco attacks Nolan, and later kills both her and Purat after they express their desire to leave (Battlestar Galactica: Season Zero 5, 6).

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Chris
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Portrays: Tucker Clellan (Battlestar Galactica)
Francis (Caprica)
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Christian Tessier is a Canadian actor.

Since his early acting in a regular role in the Nickelodeon TV program You Can't Do That on Television, Tessier has enjoyed minor and recurring roles in several American TV series and movies.

Before Battlestar Galactica, Christian Tessier's last prominent role in a SF series was as Marmaduke "Megabyte" Damon, in the 1992-95 revival of the British series The Tomorrow People.

Tessier portrayed Tucker Clellan in the Re-imagined Series and Francis in the Re-imagined Series prequel, Caprica.



Chris
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Christina Schild is the actress who plays the Fleet News Service reporter Playa Palacios in the Re-imagined Series.

She also appears as a reporter in the Psych episode "From the Earth to Starbucks".

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Chris
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Portrays: Leda
Date of Birth: January 14, 1949
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Age: 75
Nationality: USA USA
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Christine Belford (born 14 January 1949 in Amityville, New York) is an American actor.

As a child, Belford's family lived in the home that would become the setting of the 1970's terror classic, The Amityville Horror.

Belford guest-starred in many popular American television series since the 1970s, including Ironside, The Six Million Dollar Man, The Incredible Hulk, L.A. Law, and Night Court. Belford was a recurring series cast member in Banacek (starring actor George Peppard, who would later co-star with Dirk Benedict in The A-Team), Dynasty, and Beverly Hills, 90210.

Belford played Leda, a disgruntled medtech in the two part Original Series episode, "The Gun on Ice Planet Zero".

After Battlestar, Belford would later guest-star in Glen Larson's most successful TV series, Magnum P.I., having minor roles for Larson in prior shows such as Quincy, M.E..

Belford is married to actor Nicholas Pryor.



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Chris
Role: Executive Producer
BSG Universe: Original Series
Date of Birth: January 3, 1937
Date of Death: November 14, 2014
Age at Death: 77
Nationality: USA USA
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Glen A. Larson (born 3 January 1937, died 14 November 2014) is the creator of the original Battlestar Galactica and a "consulting producer" for the 2003 Re-imagined Series.

According to the Official Companion, Larson wanted a credit for the new 2003 Miniseries by Ronald D. Moore who began the Re-imagined Series, and his claim went to arbitration at the Writer's Guild of America. Ron Moore actually felt that Larson deserved a credit because the story was essentially the same as Larson's, just done "in different ways". As a result, Larson is credited in the Miniseries under the pseudonym "Christopher Eric James." Larson is also credited as a consulting producer on every episode of the Re-imagined Series because he holds the rights to the concept of Battlestar Galactica.

Early Life

As child to a single mother, Glen A. Larson would be later described as a "latchkey kid" by his son, David Larson, who notes his father's predilection for running water as being a means to remind himself of the halcyon time in his childhood. This was because Glen A. Larson's mother would start running a bath upon returning from work at night, and thus Larson would know that she had returned.[1]

The Four Preps

Later in life as a kid, he became a page at NBC, where he became surrounded by motion picture and, later, television production.[1] During this time, he also entered music under The Four Preps in the late 1950s, writing and performing songs that hit the top 5 in the Billboard pop charts, including "26 Miles (Santa Catalina)"[2] and "Big Man." In 1959, Larson appeared in the film Gidget, making it his first on-screen appearance.

Career

During his work with the Four Preps, Glen A. Larson began writing using IBM Selectrics, writing his first script called "Finger Popper," a script that has never been produced.[1]

Philosophy

When it came to writing, Larson believed that "writing isn't writing, it's rewriting" during the search for themes of a story. Whenever he would come across a story problem, he would "reverse it"—"if you can't make something happen one way you look at the opposite [ways]."[3]

He was also known for isolating himself from distractions, secluding himself in his Malibu, California residence when writing, not answering phone calls and delegating tasks to others.[4] Jeff Freilich, Chris Bunch, and Alan Cole, among others, have noted this in various interviews relating to Larson's approach.

Notable Filmography

  • It Takes a Thief (1968) (TV series) (associate producer)
  • The Six Million Dollar Man: Wine, Women and War (1973) (TV movie) (executive producer)
  • The Six Million Dollar Man: Solid Gold Kidnapping (1973) (TV movie) (executive producer)
  • Quincy, M.E. (1976) (TV series) (executive producer)
  • Battlestar Galactica (1978)
  • Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Movie and TV series (1979)
  • Galactica 1980 (1980)
  • Magnum, P.I. (1980)
  • Knight Rider (1982)
  • Team Knight Rider (1997) TV Series (executive producer)
  • Millennium Man (1999) (TV) (executive producer)
  • Battlestar Galactica (2003) TV Miniseries (consulting producer)
  • Battlestar Galactica (2004) TV Series (consulting producer)
  • Caprica (2009) TV Series (consulting producer)

Official Statements

Our point was to whenever possible make it a departure like you're visiting somewhere else and we did coin certain phrases for use in expletive situations, but we tried to carry that over into a lot of other stuff, even push brooms and the coin of the realm.[5]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Altman, Mark A.; Gross, Edward (2018). So Say We All: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Battlestar Galactica. Tor Books. ISBN 9781250128942, p. 35.
  2. Murrells, Joseph (1978). The Book of Golden Discs, 2nd, London: Barrie and Jenkins Ltd.
  3. Altman, Mark A.; Gross, Edward (2018). So Say We All: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Battlestar Galactica. Tor Books. ISBN 9781250128942, p. 34.
  4. Altman, Mark A.; Gross, Edward (2018). So Say We All: The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Battlestar Galactica. Tor Books. ISBN 9781250128942, p. 36.
  5. The curse word 'Battlestar Galactica' created (backup available on Archive.org) . (2 September 2008). Retrieved on 9 October 2008.
Christopher Golden is the co-author of two of Richard Hatch's Battlestar Galactica novels, Armageddon and Warhawk.

He is also the writer of several novels in the horror, fantasy and suspense genres, which include tie-ins to Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Halloween Rain, Blooded, Child of the Hunt, The Gatekeeper trilogy, Immortal, Sins of the Father, Spike and Dru: Pretty Maids All in a Row, The Lost Slayer series, Oz: Into the Wild, Wisdom of War and Monster Island), Hellboy and X-Men.

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Date of Birth: June 30, 1979
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Christopher Jacot (born 30 June 1979) is a Canadian film and television actor.

Jacot has many minor roles in American films and television series, including the movie, Hellraiser: Hellworld, and the TV series Degrassi: The Next Generation.

Jacot portrayed Brent Baxton in the Re-imagined Series episode, "Scar."



Chris
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Christopher Rogan is the actor who portrayed the Military Father in the Caprica episode "False Labor".

Rogan has appeared in such television series as The Guard.[1]

References

  1. Internet Movie Database (backup available on Archive.org) . Retrieved on 29 October 2010.
Chris
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Portrays: Major Stockwell
Date of Birth: October 4, 1942
Date of Death: October 20, 1995
Age at Death: 53
Nationality: USA USA
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Christopher Stone is the actor who portrays Major Stockwell in Galactica 1980.

Stone was born in Manchester, New Hampshire.

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