Robin Dunne is a popular actor, director, and screenwriter who’s got a lot of stories to tell. Sci-fi fans first fell in love with Robin on Sanctuary, where he played Dr. Will Zimmerman, a forensic psychiatrist who is recruited by Amanda Tapping’s Dr. Helen Magnus to work for the mysterious Sanctuary Network. Robin wrote and directed A.R.C.H.I.E. and its sequel, A.R.C.H.I.E. 2, which featured Michael J. Fox voicing a robot dog, and he directed, co-wrote, and co-starred in Welcome to Nowhere – the same movie where he and actress-photographer Farrah Aviva got married between takes. Recently, Robin’s been racking up acting credits in the rom-com sphere, and he reunited with one of Sanctuary’s showrunners, Damian Kindler, for October Faction, playing a hapless deputy named Woody Markham. In this wildly entertaining episode of the YVR Screen Scene Podcast, Robin talks about directing Michael J. Fox, getting married on the set of Welcome to Nowhere, and being The Edge to Amanda Tapping’s Bono. Episode sponsor: Almiro Studios’ ‘Foreign AF’ web series.
Join Raisa and Ian as they talk about some of the weeks science fiction and fantasy news stories and feature fresh new interviews from the talented people behind some of today's favorite comic books and televiison shows.This week we feature an exclusive interview with Robin Dunne who is best known for his break out role of Will Zimmerman from Syfy's 'Sanctuary'.Robin talks about a few of his latest movie projects and also chats about his exciting new comic book project Rattletrap, which is currently seeking funds on Kickstarter.
Following up on our recent Q&A at scifipulse.net Robin Dunne was kind enough to do an audio interview with us for SFP in which we got chance to talk on a number of topics.We started by discussing how 'Sanctuary' ended and asked what would Will Zimmerman be doing now.After this we moved on to Robins guest stint in 'Defiance' before talking about his more current film projects, which include 'A.R.C.H.I.E', which is a fun family movie about a robotic talking dog, which is voiced by none other than Michael J. Fox.We also chatted a little more about 'Rattletrap', which is Robin's first foray into the world of writing comic books. The comic currently has a campaign on Kickstarter and looks like it could reach its goal. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.