Robert Picardo, an Emmy Award-nominated actor for his role as Mr. Cutlip on The Wonder Years, starred as “The Doctor” in Star Trek: Voyager, episodes of which he also directed, and as Richard Woolsey in Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis. Beginning his career on stage, he appeared in David Mamet’s Sexual Perversity in Chicago and The Primary English Class with Diane Keaton. He made his Broadway debut in the comedy hit Gemini with Danny Aiello, appeared in Bernard Slate’s Tribute, Beyond Therapy, Geniuses and The Normal Heart for which he won a Drama-Logue Award. A graduate of Yale, Bob has appeared in over two dozen films and guest starred on countless television series from Taxi and Frasier to LA Law, Cold Case and The Closer. Robert has recently joined the cast of Stargate Atlantis where he plays Richard Woolsey. You can catch Robert in up coming film SENSORED.
Milton: Team Core
“ I’m a free quark miner, and while most earth scientist think finding one is a near impossibility, I believe I will find one. Quarks and leptons are the most fundamental particles in the Universe. Protons and Neutrons are made from Quarks pairs. So you earthlings are full of paired quarks. Margaret is my trusted companion, and she thinks you should check out the education section on particle physics and learn all about fundamental particles. I think you should check out the virtual Titan observer, that’s where I’m going next to take a bath in the liquid natural gas lakes.”