‘Warehouse 13’s’ Eddie McClintock keeps persevering
By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith
HollywoodNews.com: Eddie McClintock has a lot to celebrate this week, with the hugely positive response to the second season premiere of his “Warehouse 13” dramedy – a.k.a. the Syfy channel’s most successful series. The show is being supported by a myriad of promotional activities this summer, including a big presentation at ComicCon in San Diego later this month, where McClintock will no doubt be cheered by hordes of adoring fans
Hard to believe, just a couple of years ago, the amiable and handsome star was one of TV’s hard luck stories, with four short-lived series cancelled out from under him after a decade of toiling away in guest roles. What gave him the endurance to get through all that?
“I think it comes from my father. I grew up wrestling, wrestled for 12 years,” he says. “I was taught to never quit, never give up, always keep going. I mean, look, in my low moments I thought maybe I should pack it in and do something else, but ultimately I knew I never would.”
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