Words matter. These are the best David Hewlett Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
My mother says my first television experience was hiding behind the sofa watching John Pertwee’s ‘Doctor Who.’ I loved that show.
I’ve always loved cheesy stuff.
The reality is almost everything I do I cringe about later.
I find that love scenes are the most unsexy things to shoot.
You had to do some club after school and it was either the sports or the intellectuals. And right smack in the middle was the acting thing for all the outcasts, which I fell into pretty easily.
There are so many sequels where everything between the special effects is just boring.
Love scenes in general are the most technical things to shoot.
I truly love science fiction; it’s feeling you’re something more than your present position in the world.
There’s very few comedy sci-fis that have worked for me other than the classics, like ‘Red Dwarf’ and, of course, ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide.’
I revel in movies where the monsters tower more over the tiny budgets than the characters they threaten.
There is going to be a ‘Stargate: Atlantis’ movie. Unfortunately I’ll be making it by myself in my basement.
If I was Leo DiCaprio or someone similarly gifted and successful I wouldn’t be writing. I’d be too busy acting in all the best scripts in town to try and write them!
The comedy and character interaction on ‘Atlantis’ is what makes it so different from most science fiction shows.
I want more sci-fi movies that aren’t $200 million movies that I have to wait for and generally be disappointed with.
I used to be a pretentious little jerk, running around saying ‘I’m going to be an awktor.’
People talk about drones like they’re a bad thing, but they forget there are people behind them. It’s a lot easier to blame the technology than to accept that people are a cancer on this planet.
All my life I have apparently been tying my shoelaces wrong, there is a much more mathematically beautiful way of doing it, that I was shown by Bill Nye – with Neil deGrasse Tyson looking on.
It may not be ‘mainstream,’ but there’s always a market for science fiction.
I really love playing McKay. It’s one of those roles where every day something is different.
My love of science fiction comes from the idea of being able to explore ideas and concepts to an either logical or illogical extreme.
The thing I love about YouTube is it’s almost like having an instant audience for improv.
I guess again I find myself playing the somewhat grumpy scientist. Strange how that happens.
My father took me and my about-to-be-traumatized friends to Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001’ for my 10th birthday party.
In high school, you re either a bully, a jock or a nerd, and I somehow tried to jump between camps by using humor. It’s amazing how you can blend in with that.
I adored my years playing Rodney McKay and I would jump at any chance to reprise the role!
I have written, and I do write, but the truth is I don’t love it. I can’t stand the process!
Art, location, money – I say as long as you’ve got one of them, you’re fine.
When I became an actor, it was disappointing to show up on set and be handed a coffee. You know. I’d pick up cables and get told off.
I actually am a computer nerd.
So I think the popularity of the Internet at the same time as the show made a big part of this sort of groundswell of support for ‘Stargate.’