Biography[edit | edit source]
2003[edit | edit source]
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He was first encountered by SG-1 on the planet P2X-005, where his ship the Sebrus had crashed in 2000 whilst transporting Hebridian prisoners. After SG-1 helped capture Aden Corso, Tanis Reynard and Lyle Pender, he returned to Hebridan. (SG1: "Forsaken")
He later returned to Earth to ask for Major Samantha Carter's help in the Loop of Kon Garat, an annual race held in the Hebridan system. It was mentioned that his wife, Athea, had remarried and had children of her own, assuming that her husband had died when the Sebrus was lost. During the Loop, the Sebrus was sabotaged by Del Tynan. With the help of Golan Jarlath, they were able to stop Muirios from winning. He was hired by the winner La'el Montrose to be her co-pilot on her Deep Space Exploration Project contract with Tech Con Group. (SG1: "Space Race")
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
- Dion Johnstone previously played Captain Nelson in the Stargate SG-1 episode "Rules of Engagement", Na'onak in the episodes "Jolinar's Memories" and "The Devil You Know", Stragoth 2 in the episode "Foothold", Chaka in the episode "The First Ones", Lt. Tyler in the episode "The Fifth Man" and Wodan in the episode "Metamorphosis".
- Alex Zahara previously played Xe'ls in the Stargate SG-1 episode "Spirits", Michael Clark in the episode "1969", Stragoth leader/Stragoth 1 in the episode "Foothold", Shy One in the episode "Beast of Burden", Eggar in the episode "Metamorphosis" and Iron Shirt in the episode "Enemy Mine".
- In his first appearance, Warrick was played by actor Dion Johnstone. Dion was, however, unavailable to film "Space Race", so the part was given to Alex Zahara. Alex studied the way Dion had played Warrick, and tried to imitate this in his performance.
- As well as different actors, Warrick's name also changes between the two episodes; in his first appearance in "Forsaken" he is named Warrick Trevor, whereas in his second appearance in "Space Race" he is named Warrick Finn. As Space Race is the later source, and is backed up by Stargate SG-1: The DVD Collection 46, it is the name used in this article. the changing of his last name is possibly explained that he took his wife's last name until he had discovered that she had remarried.
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