Friday, November 24

On the Next Slice of SciFi Show #085 - Nov 29,

Source: Slice of SciFi

Our guest for the next Slice of SciFi Show #085 - ready for download on Wednesday, Nov. 29th, is Canadian-born farm girl Tricia Helfer.

Tricia is a former Victoria Secret model who has graced the cover and pages of Elle, Cosmopolitan ..modeled for shows run by the likes of Ralph Lauren, Christian Dior, Giorgio Armani and Emmanuel Ungaro.

She got her break in acting after a short correspondence gig with “Ooh La La,” a fashion TV magazine show out of Canada. This led to the female lead in Showtime Cable Network’s highly acclaimed, but short-lived series “Jeremiah.” That role led to appearances in several smaller films for the big screen and television and in 2002 a guest spot on the high-profile CBS drama hit C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation.”

Just one year later Tricia was on a set to play the memorable role of Six, a humanoid-Cylon on “Battlestar Galactica,” Ronald D. Moore’s re-imaginative, dark and soon-to-be award-winning hit show for the SCI FI Channel — and the rest is, as they say, history.

Here is what we have in store for you on the rest of the show:

In the news -

Bill Gates is disappointed over retail sales of his iPod competitor ZUNE.

On December 12th it’s time for the Trek To The Troop’s 2nd Annual Meet and Greet at the famous Bob Hope Hollywood USO at LAX. Dress up as your favorite Star Trek character and drop by to greet the over 300 expected troops and rub shoulders with some Star Trek celebs as well.

M. Night Shyamalan has joined the vacate bandwagon and has bailed on longtime UTA agency, joining the ranks of Jim Carrey and Will Ferrell as high-profile celebs to leave the one-time go-to agency in the dust.

In Movie Talk - we will take a look at past stories we have done over the last year and bring you important updates which will include “The Tripper,” “The Watchmen,” “The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless” and what Frank Miller is up to. We also presented a story about the Hobbit that has changed since show #085 was recorded and put in the can, so please refer to these SoSF website updates for the latest on “The Hobbit” and Peter Jackson.

For TV Talk - we have some exciting news about Babylon 5 that you will not want to miss out on.

Finally, our crystal ball jumps one month into the future at Ben Stiller’s new film “A Night At the Museum,” but we concentrate more on the contributions to the film from comic legends Dick Van Dyke and Mickey Rooney.

Slice of SciFi Show #085 with special guest Tricia Helfer promises to be fun, entertaining, enlightening and exciting so be sure and join us beginning Wednesday November 29, 2006.

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