Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, television soap operas and sitcoms, and theater.Fillion has also voiced several video games, including the Bungie titles Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo: Reach, Destiny, and Destiny 2, along with the 343 Industries video game Halo 5: Guardians.
You went psycho, murdering children, humans, robots, and innocent Dolls, and even worse – you went blonde.Jake was really excited to see the film, and even more excited to be doing it as a VIP.''The Castle cast just found out the show will be picked up for another season,' says the source.'It's no secret that there is no love lost between these two, 'Things got so bad between them this past season that when one of them walked onto the set, the other one walked off.'In fact, tensions became so high that Stana, who plays Kate Beckett, just didn't want to deal with the stress anymore, so when Nathan agreed to sign on for two more seasons, she made the decision not to sign again at all.'No one is sure just how this will play out,' adds the source.Fillion also won the Syfy Genre Awards in 2006 for Best Actor/Television and was runner-up for Best Actor/Movie.Fillion lent his voice to the animated series King of the Hill in 2001, the video game Jade Empire (as the voice of Gao the Lesser), and the animated series Justice League Unlimited (as Vigilante in the episodes "Hunter's Moon" and "Patriot Act") in 2005-06.Fillion first gained recognition for his work on One Life to Live in the contract role of Joey Buchanan, for which he was nominated for Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series, and for his supporting role as Johnny Donnelly in the sitcom Two Guys and a Girl.After working in several theatre, television, and film productions, including Theatresports with Rapid Fire Theatre and the improvised soap opera Die-Nasty, Fillion moved to New York City in 1994 where he acted in the soap opera One Life to Live as Joey Buchanan, for which he was nominated in 1996 for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series.Fillion had a recurring role as Caleb in 2003 in the final five episodes of the final season of Joss Whedon's series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.In 2002, Fillion starred as Captain Malcolm Reynolds in the Joss Whedon science fiction television series Firefly, for which he won the Cinescape Genre Face of the Future – Male award by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA.In 1997, he left the series to pursue other projects (but would return for a brief guest appearance in 2007).After moving to Los Angeles, he played a supporting role in the sitcom Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place, and was cast as James Frederick "The Minnesota" Ryan in Steven Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan.