I think the effort that we make is to make each season different. He originally only had two lines so we knew there had to be more to him than that. As we start to see him in season 5 we see there is more to him and he is a much smoother and dangerous than we originally thought. SW: “Clone Wars” has been very reasonable with my schedule.
I think you will see the roommates spending a lot more time together in season 3. I was worried about getting the roll and thrilled when I did finally get it. He was trained to be much more than just a great fighter.
Let’s go back to what we were doing when we started.” That really illustrates to you how you’ve changed as an actor, especially when you’re doing a scene and there’s all these comedic targets of opportunity and moments where you can adlib something funny.
Now, returning for the fourth season, Sam Witwer, who portrays the popular, fanged and distraught Aiden, speaks to Diabolique about the show, what is confronted on the fourth season and his roles on THE WALKING DEAD and DEXTER…
DIABOLIQUE: What do you think it is about BEING HUMAN that gives it longevity without resorting to graphic brutality?
You’d normally adlib something funny and add to a moment, but then you look at your lines and say, ‘You know, I wasn’t doing that in season one.
I didn’t know how to do that yet so you can’t do that here.” You’re just restraining yourself trying to give a different flavor of the same character.