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However, both the producers and test audiences were sufficiently impressed with the character, and Penikett's performance, that the decision was made to make Helo a recurring character on the show.
A plot that took place over much of the show's first season was that the Cylons on Caprica kept Helo alive in order to have him fall in love with, and impregnate, a Cylon (Helo was chosen because his crew partner, Sharon Valerii, was in fact a Cylon, and another copy of the same model was sent to pretend to be her).
Among his early acting work were stints on assorted Canadian TV series such as Cold Squad.
He also appeared on the TV show Smallville, in the episode "Resurrection" in Season 3 as Vince Davis, and in the Season 6 episodes "Nemesis" and "Prototype" as Sgt. which starred Battlestar Galactica co-star Nicki Clyne in a related storyline.
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The miniseries proved highly successful, and a Battlestar Galactica series was commissioned.
The role was not based on a character in the original series, and was meant to be confined only to the miniseries; in the miniseries Helo is shown giving up a spot on a spaceship fleeing the doomed planet of Caprica, with the implication that he was left to die.
He has since reprised the roles in episodes eighteen, twenty-one and twenty-two.He is killed without warning by a stray bullet in "Epitaph Two", though his personality is uploaded into Echo by the end of the episode.Dollhouse was canceled at the end of its second season, and the series finale aired on Friday, January 29, 2010.Tony Penikett, Tahmoh’s father, was born in Britain and immigrated to Canada with his family at the age of 12.Tahmoh's mother, Lulla Sierra Johns, is part of the Dene Nation and was born in a tent in Snag, a tiny community near the Alaska border where the coldest temperature on earth (-63 degrees C) was recorded."My father always loved film, he took me to films and I started to appreciate good drama at a very young age, and learned to critique it, too.