Warehouse 13 challenged SYFY’s detective magic relic guardians with more than just quirky relics by giving them a new mystery to solve every week and five seasons of screen time to achieve it. Agents Pete (Eddie McClintock) and Myka (Joanne Kelly) came across a lot of intriguing individuals on their globetrotting excursions to keep danger under wraps, and of course, that meant seeing more than a few new faces along the way.
A large number of guest performers were included in Warehouse 13’s ever-evolving plots, just as they would be in any good science fiction serial that is continually searching for new ways to ramp up the supernatural tension. Appearances from well-known guest stars sometimes ran their complete course in the space of a single episode, while others became entwined with long-running subplots that made the actors feel like integral parts of the show. In some cases, the appearances from the guest stars ran their complete course in the space of a single episode.
It is a lot to keep track of, what with all the famous one-offs and a few of longer-running guest characters, which is why we are here to assist you. These are our suggestions — in no particular order — for the most memorable guest appearances on the relic-chasing series on SYFY, ranging from Star Trek veterans to a 1980s Brat Pack pushover who discovered his grown-up cruel side. Our choices are listed below.
SYFY is airing reruns of Warehouse 13 as part of a marathon centred on the concept of nostalgia called SYFY Rewind. You will be able to watch these episodes every Friday for the next several weeks and see the cast in action. Fans of Star Trek recognise her most for her role as Captain Kathryn Janeway on Star Trek: Voyager, which made her the franchise’s first female main character ever. Star Trek: Voyager aired in the late 1990s. But Kate Mulgrew made herself just as much at home down on Planet Earth.
She made an appearance in the third season of Warehouse 13 as a guest star playing Pete’s mother, Jane Lattimer, and then she ended up staying for the rest of the series. Her recurring role on the show spanned the entirety of Seasons 3 and 4, during which she not only assisted Artie (Saul Rubinek) and Myka in keeping Pete in check, but she also ascended to the role of the Warehouse’s Guardian Regent, which is akin to a failsafe sensei whose job it is to protect the protectors.
In total, her appearances on the show spanned both seasons. Viewers of Battlestar Galactica recognized Michael Hogan immediately when he appeared in a Warehouse 13 guest spot late in Season 1 playing the role of Warren Bering, the owner of an apparently harmless bookshop who was, more crucially, Myka’s father. Warren becomes caught up in a mystical missed link between a mystery notebook and Edgar Allan Poe’s own pen, which is in line with the literary theme of the episode, which is aptly named “Nevermore.”
Later in his career, Hogan appeared in recurring roles on SYFY’s 12 Monkeys and MTV’s Teen Wolf, where he played the role of a werewolf hunter named Gerard Argent. He is best known for his role as Colonel Saul Tigh on the spaceship Galactica, which was captained by Ronald D. Moore and explored the depths of space.
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