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“One of the main defining things about him [is] he’s formerly of the Empire,” Tudyk says. I was blown away by it and definitely by “Empire Strikes Back.” I was a full-blown fan. I always remember the toys: the lightsabers, the action figures that we had.
“He was the Imperial droid, the enforcer droid, that has been reprogrammed, [but] it made him a little frank in way that isn’t always appreciated and he’s very willful. You kept the movie going because you were playing “Star Wars” in between [movies].
Since its launch 10 days ago, the Indiegogo campaign for Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion's proposed comedy web series Con Man has drawn over million from fans.
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When I did Sonny in “I, Robot,” the thought behind his voice was that he spoke every word the correct way because he was a droid. And went there for three years and got my first job Off-Broadway in a play called ”Bunny Bunny” that was at the Lucille Lortel Theater. I did a Roundabout show and was doing all of the Long Wharf, Yale Rep and all the Manhattan Theater Club and all that stuff. And I was just sort of being pulled out to go do television and movies. Except his career sort of peters out; he made some bad career choices and he is now stuck going to comic conventions to make money.
In the inaugural episode, Tudyk answers questions about Whedon- universe actors appearing on the show, and digs into a complex and medically accurate account of how human sexuality works.
Tudyk entered Juilliard but left in 1996 before earning a degree.
In 2000, Tudyk played Gerhardt, a gay German drug addict, alongside Sandra Bullock and Viggo Mortensen in 28 Days.
Alan Tudyk was born in El Paso, Texas, and grew up in Plano, where he attended Plano Sr. In 1990, he went on to study drama at Lon Morris Jr. While there, he was awarded the Academic Excellence Award for Drama.
The Texas-born actor, who lived in New York City for about a decade, played Sonny in the 2004 sci-fi flick “I, Robot,” and now he’s back in mechanical form for “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” as the sassy droid K-2SO, a rebel character pivotal in stealing the plans for the Death Star.