With season one, I was very, very subtle and internal and Huntington was very, very big and external, and we’ve both slid towards the center.
I think I’m still the more the internal guy and he’s still the bigger guy, but we’ve both slid towards each other and I think we’ve learned a lot from each other.
SAM WITWER: I’ll tell you what I think works about it.
You might see different versions of the character, so there you go.So it’s fun to talk with him and go,”‘Okay let’s take a glimpse at those characters for a little bit.Let’s go back to what we were doing when we started.” That really illustrates to you how you’ve changed as an actor, especially when you’re doing a scene and there’s all these comedic targets of opportunity and moments where you can adlib something funny.Media Mikes had a chance to chat with Sam about playing Aiden on “Being Human” and Darth Maul on “Star Wars: The Clone Wars”. SW: Aiden had this strong emotional attachment to Dichen’s character Suren way back in the day. He has been looking for some solid ground but comes across the wrong solid ground.Mike Gencarelli: What seems to be with your character and the women on the show? MG: What was your biggest challenge playing the character this season?