Which Actor Would You “Stalk”?

Actors to Stalk  - Daemon's TV

Is there an actor that you would stalk? Not in real life of course, but from show to show?

Inspired by a really great TV Squad article, I decided to ask our beloved Daemon’s TV writers (and myself) which actor(s) they would stalk from show to show. As you will be able to tell, not one person had the same answer as someone else. So here we go starting with yours truly:

David Tennant. I would follow Doctor Who everywhere in the world and beyond time and space! And Bridget Regan (Legend of the Seeker), love her! –Sandie

Ricky Gervais (The Office, Extras). I would watch a show that I normally would never even pause at if Ricky Gervais was in it. Who wouldn’t love to see Gervais host something on the Home Shopping Network and guest star on CSI? –Amie

Timothy Olyphant. I’m not going to lose my cool and become some crazy fangirl, declaring his awesomeness, spewing my love for him. Not here. Not now. Offline, watching Deadwood and Justified reruns…that’s another story! And of course there’s Katee Sackhoff, who will always be remembered for her portrayal of one of the most phenomenal characters in television history on Battlestar Galactica. I’ll watch every show she hops to, hoping that for every half dozen Danas, there’s one Starbuck. –Ciara

I would watch Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) in anything and can only wish she’d come back to American television. Bradley Whitford (The West Wing, The Good Guys) is another one; I even stuck through the whole season of Studio 60. Lauren Graham (Gilmore Girls, Parenthood), too, except I can only promise to watch her TV shows, not her movies. –Michelle

I would follow Ben Browder (Farscape, Stagate SG-1) and Nathan Fillion (Firefly, Castle) because both are personable, funny, self-effacing quipping guys. –Darryl

Tim Roth (Lie to Me). I have loved him ever since I first saw Reservoir Dogs and have seen at least fifteen of his films. After logging so many hours on screen with this man, following him to another tv show would be no problem. –Mokibobolink

From Father Murphy to The Jensen Project, I grew up with Kellie Martin. She doesn’t know it, but she was one of my best friends growing up (and still is like one). And after so many years, she really has the angst-ridden look of concern down pat. Completely underrated and underused! –Cordelia

Friends apparently played a huge role in my TV viewing because the two actresses that immediately come to mind are Courteny Cox and Lisa Kudrow. I followed Courtney Cox to Dirt and was hugely disappointed when it was canceled after the second season. I then followed her to Cougar Town and was just hugely disappointed. Lisa Kudrow, who played a great ditz in Friends nailed her awkward inept character later in The Comeback. I would love for her to get another show. –Dani

It’s hard to choose, but I would probably follow Tyron Leitso (Wonderfalls, Being Erica) and Hugh Dillon (Durham County, Flashpoint) to any show – for completely different reasons. Hugh is a phenomenally talented actor and Tyron makes my shallow side tingle, he’s so handsome and adorkable! –Candice

The first time I saw David Boreanaz as Angel, the vampire with a soul, on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, I thought “Man this guy can seriously brood.” As I saw more of him on Buffy and Angel, I began to enjoy more and more the way he brought life into the character (there’s more to being a vampire than brooding). He currently stars in Bones, with Emily Deschanel, and does a great job as the common sense foil to Deschanel’s brainy Bones. What I like most about Boreanaz is that you can tell he’s having fun with what he’s doing, and can do comedy even in the middle of a serious role (hint: Google “Angel I don’t dance”). –Jose

I could list the multitude of Whedonverse actors I follow from show to show, but I think it’s time I admit my girl crush on the super talented Kristin Chenoweth. I discovered the adorable actress with the huge voice during the short-lived sitcom, Kristin, and then followed her as she went to The West Wing and Pushing Daisies. Kristin may be petite, but she has a powerful presence that perks up any show she’s on. So whether Kristin’s on Glee or a Lifetime movie, I’m probably watching and hoping that she’ll sing. –Kristen

Matthew Perry. It’s not like I really liked him as Chandler in Friends, but there was always something…interesting abut him that I couldn’t put my finger on. That something made me watch him in The West Wing where he was absolutely brilliant, and in the now defunct Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. There’s something about Matt! –Eric

There you have it. Lots of diverse answers. But now I’d like to know which actor you would stalk. So share your favorites in the comments.