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Naught a Word

In 2010 Ben became involved with producer Jeffrey Berman and author John E. Stith to bring Stith's character Nick Naught to the screen, be it computer, TV or movie, even a silkscreen for a graphic novel. After a rough start almost eight years ago, Berman just left a cryptic note on his Facebook page about the project Naught for Hire. The message is "Naught a...

Bad Kids Screen Caps

Just added new screencaps to Bad Kids Go to Hell movie page.

Grace Under Fire Page Updated

22 new and clearer images added to Grace Under Fire on the Guest Star page.

Grace Under Fire on Amazon Prime

Finally, Grace Under Fire is available in digital format, meaning on DVD at Amazon and free on Amazon Prime. Ben appeared as a cocky college student trying to hook up with Grace at a frat party in Season 1 Episode 3.

Party!!!

57 images added on Party of Five guest star page.

A Killer Within Movie Images Added

18 new images added to the movie page for A Killer Within.

Criminal Minds Page Added

New page for Ben's appearance on Criminal Minds. Projects->Guest Star menu. Watch the episode on CBS.com.

New Movie Images Added

New images for Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Outlaws and Angels.

More Movie Images Added

New images for A Kiss Before Dying, Nevada, and Countdown: The Sky's on Fire.

Did We Say More New Images Added

New images for Charlie's Angels Story and Danielle Steel's Secrets on the movie pages.

A Cast of Characters

John Crichton

John Crichton

Farscape

Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell

Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell

Stargate SG-1

Sovereign Admiral

Sovereign Admiral

Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2

George Tildon

George Tildon

Outlaws and Angels

Sheriff Isaac

Sheriff Isaac

Doctor Who

Max Rainwater

Max Rainwater

Bad Kids Go to Hell

Brandon Davis

Brandon Davis

Dead Still

Lee Majors

Lee Majors

Behind the Scenes: Charlie's Angels

Sam Moss

Sam Moss

A Killer Within

Hard Hat Area

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A new Ben Browder fan, Hal, posted a report about his first Ben Browder convention experience.

Here is an excerpt from Hal's report about asking Ben a question at a convention cocktail party.

This was it. The moment of truth. Would he simply laugh? Would he say that was the dumbest question ever? A pregnant pause. It got longer. And longer. Why was the whole room – and Ben – staring at me? Then, relief; Ben reacted positively and gave a thoughtful answer relating to the advantages held by classically trained actors. He made the point (and I am paraphrasing) that when acting in a Shakespeare play an actor has to use his imagination to place himself in a different time and world – the time and world of Shakespeare and his imagination. Such times and worlds have different realities from our time and world. The same is true of Science Fiction. An actor has to be able to imagine his setting is literally a different world with different realities and he has to imagine such different worlds and realities while acting in front of a green screen. Further, when performing Shakespeare, the actor has to be able to pronounce strange words and deliver long soliloquies. The same is often true of Science Fiction. There are certainly odd words and the actors often have to be able to speak in phrases other than monosyllabic words