Even in jest, she says, “Why he deserted me.
Nancy Lee Grahn couldn’t resist revisiting her cameo role on Babylon 5 on social media while the program was now trending due to reports that the much-loved 1994–98 space opera’s remake was still in the works (but for autumn 2023, not 2022). She shared a photo of herself on Twitter in the role of Minbari poet Shaal Mayan from “The War Prayer” from Season 1.
Alternatively, the Emmy winner said, “I thought I’d show you my extremely enormous bald head. On the planet I came from, people thought that was extremely hot.
She continued, serving up a bit Comic-Comedy, “I’m sure the fact that my ears are tied to my neck is a symbol of something amazing, too. Selnecktive listening
Given that #Babylon5 is popular, I figured I’d show you my enormous bald head. On the planet I came from, people thought that was extremely hot. I’m sure it’s a sign of something amazing to have sensitive hearing that my ears are linked to my neck.
The actress shared a photo with one of her episode co-stars, none other than Tristan Rogers, the star of General Hospital (Robert). She jokingly remarked that this picture was shot “back when Tristan and I were dating.”
He was like it, so it worked for a time, she said, “I was going through my alien period. My head simply became too large for him at some point, and he dumped me.
Aha, clever. She was in between soaps when Grahn entered orbit. She had been killed off as Julia Wainwright in Santa Barbara, but that show had been canceled in 1993, and she wouldn’t go to Port Charles as Alexis Davis until 1996.
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