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    Posted: 07:55:29 on September 23 2002
    By: Steve Krutzler
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    In a new interview with, actor Dominic Keating discusses his early acting career and inspirations for getting into the field. He says the financial security of ENTERPRISE is enough to make any actor seriously dispatch concerns about playing the same character for seven years.

    "I had a brief moment on the Bridge in the first couple of days when I was pressing button 502 over and over again," he says. "The thought crossed my mind, 'I'll never do Ibsen.' Then the first check arrived and I thought, 'Ibsen, Shmibsen!' There was some trepidation. You are signing yourself up for a long haul playing one character. But I was at a time in my life where I wanted the security that a job of this nature was going to offer me. I was very excited about the prospect of being able to afford actually having a family, an educated child."

    The actor says he likes the humanity in his character, Lieutenant Malcolm Reed, a trait which he credits to the creativity of co-creator Brannon Braga.

    "They've given me another episode like that in the second season, episode three — "Minefield" — myself and Scott [Bakula] in a two hander on the exterior of the ship and floating in space. It's a fantastic piece of writing that Brannon [Braga] came up with."

    Keating continues, saying he thinks Brannon might be the perfect person to develop a dark side to Reed's personality.

    "I talked briefly with Brannon about this, and I know that the one thing he appreciates about the way Malcolm Reed's developed is that he is truly at odds with his character and he is quite enigmatic. You cannot pigeonhole this character. You can, but he does have the ability to play at odds with himself and not have the audience say, 'That's not in character.' I think the one thing Brannon appreciates, and I certainly do, is that Malcolm Reed is very human. 'Shuttlepod One' allowed the audience to see that. I think he can take this character any which way. I would love to see them explore a very dark side to Reed, something in the way of a Laurence-Harvey-tortured-man. And if anyone can write that for this character, it's Brannon Braga."

    Check out the full interview, in which Keating also talks about his newfound fame, here.

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    128 Shockwave, Part II 9/18/02
    127 Carbon Creek9/25/02
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    135 Singularity11/20/02
    136 Vanishing Point11/27/02
    137 Precious Cargo12/11/02
    138 The Catwalk12/18/02
    139 Dawn1/??/03
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