We're happy to announce another original series guest will appear on our Battlestar Galactica Anniversary Celebration aka "Emissaries: Galacticon 3". Noah Hathaway, better known to the Battlestar Galactica original series fans as Boxey, is joining the rest of the cast to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the series.
Noah was only six years old back in 1978 when he starred as Boxey on the original Battlestar Galactica series. He had the time of his life on this terrific set where all the bridge computers really worked and he could play games during his time off. Next to that he also made friends with Evie, the chimpanzee that was in Muffit suit.
After Battlestar Galactica, Noah Hathaway starred in multiple TV shows like Mork & Mindy, CHiPs, Family Ties, Eight is Enough and many more. In 1984 Hathaway starred in the movie The NeverEnding Story, directed by Hollywood-director Wolfgang Petersen (Das Boot, Air Force One, Troy). Based on the much heralded book by German writer Michael Ende, he was cast to play the leading role of young hero Atreju.
Nowadays, in collaboration with his wife Sameerah, Noah Hathaway has owned and operated a tattoo parlor. He is in the process of opening a new studio in Los Angeles. In 2011, Hathaway came out of retirement to be a part of the action/thriller Sushi Girl. Noah joins a stellar ensemble cast that includes (but is not limited to) Mark Hamill, Tony Todd, and Sonny Chiba.
Check out the trailer and more info about the Sushi Girl movie on: Sushi Girl - the official website.