This site is dedicated to actor Sean Maher, who is probably best known for his role as Dr. Simon Tam in Joss Whedon's TV series Firefly and its follow-up feature film, Serenity. Sean had guest roles on TV series Ghost Whisperer, CSI: Miami, and Drop Dead Diva. He starred as Brian Piccolo in the 2001 remake of Brian's Song and played Ted, the boyfriend of John Stamos' lead character Shel, in the A&E movie Wedding Wars. Upcoming projects include guest roles on The Mentalist and Human Target, as well as a lead role in independent movie Timing.
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Keep track of Sean's upcoming appearances here.
Sean at Dragon*Con at the end of August
Sean Maher will be attending Dragon*Con, which is happening in Atlanta over Labour Day weekend (August 31 to September 3). You can see a recent bio for Sean and buy your tickets on the convention website
He will be there with many other Whedon alumni, including Jewel Staite, Adam Baldwin, Amber Benson, James Marsters and J. August Richards.
Posted on 24 Apr 2012 by Joey
Happy (late) Birthday!
April 16th is/was Sean's birthday, so we would like to join in the chorus of "Happy Birthday". It's good to see that you had fun
. Many happy returns!
Posted on 16 Apr 2012 by Chris
Sean in Best Friends Forever
Sean is starring in Best Friends Forever, an indie fear film directed by Bea Grant. The movie was filmed recently in Texas: you can find more information on the official website
, and help finance the movie on Kickstarter
Best part (until the movie is released): Dread central has a still featuring Sean
with a cowboy hat.
Posted on 05 Apr 2012 by Joey
Sean at Dallas Comic Con (Feb 11-12)
Mark your calendars: Sean is scheduled to be at Dallas Comic Con in Texas on Feb 11-12, 2012. For more info, keep an eye on the Dallas Comic Con website
Posted on 19 Nov 2011 by Joey
Press on Much Ado About Nothing
Sean has been giving quite a few interviews after the announcement that he will be starring as Don John in Whedon's latest project, a movie adaptation of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. (The movie will be showing at movie festivals next year.)
You can read all of these latest interviews at The Insider
, Entertainment Weekly
, The Hollywood Reporter
, and Edge on the net
Posted on 16 Nov 2011 by Joey
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