Galyn Görg was born in Los Angeles, California. She is an american Actress and known for worls like "RoboCop 2", M.A.N.T.I.S. and many other movies and series. Her mother, Gwyndolin Lee Görg, (African-American, Choctaw, Blackfoot, Irish) a writer, storyteller and educator. Her Father, Alan Kent Görg (German-American)
film-maker, writer and educator.
- Thank you Galyn that you spend some time for your Fans here.
- So you started out as a dancer. What inspired you towards entering that profession?
I took my first dance class(West African) with my Mom on the Big Island of Hawaii. when I was 9 years old. Then she took me to see Flamenco dancers. I was hooked.
She then enrolled me in ballet. I have never stopped dancing. Samba, ballet, contemporary, lyrical, funk, jazz, hip-hop, Cuban, west-African .... I am passionate about dance......
- Galyn , How were you cast in the movie RoboCop 2?
I was in Hollywood and my agent informed me that I had a casting for a film called Robocop 2.
I remember meeting Irvin Kirshner for the first time in that audition room. Loved him right away. Such a fun time I had during that audition. He and I made each other laugh during the casting process. I think that is why I got the role of Angie.
- RoboCop 2 and you role as Angie is now 28 Years ago. Would you work again with peter Weller when they
Yes, of course. Peter is a master artist. Such a focused actor.... which I highly admire.
- But you not only known for RoboCop, you work in so many Movies and Series, whtas your personal highlight
Yes, many. I enjoy working on projects where I get to play interesting, colorful, exintrict, characters.
There are so many stories. I remember being on the Set of Hercules, the tv series, with actor Kevin Sorbo. I was playing an Egyptian princess. He and I were having a great time. He made a joke about the black cat I had to pet during the scene, teasing me, I lightly hit him, and then he I ran around for a minute like kids playing tag. A lot of fun!
Because of all of my work in sci-fi, I was invited to the Star Trek convention in Vegas a couple of years ago. On a break I went into the Green room. I was relaxing in there.... Then Joan Collins came in, next Patrick Stewart, then George Takei. Joan and Patrick were talking about ‘Old Hollywood’. Fascinating stories....!
- The SciFi Universe is still great. Star Trek Deep Space Nine, Star Trek Voyager and Stargate SG1 also some steps in your career, can you tell
us something about?
I love anything SciFi. Otherworldly scenarios with colorful characters.
It seems to be a theme in my career to be a part of these types of productions
I have been a Star Trek fan my entire life, so participating in both DS9 and Voyager was surreal. Being on both Sets and in the costumes was a blast!
I enjoyed SG-1 because I was flown to Vancouver to shoot, loved my wardrobe and the cast was generous, welcoming and such professionals.
- 1994-95 you had a bigger part in M.A.N.T.I.S. (TV Series). Is there something special you remember about
the series or the cast?
First of all, Carl Lumbly is the best.
Christopher Gartin and I reconnected on Instagram a few months ago, and R.I.P. to the dear sweet Roger Rees.
One of the producers, Bryce Zabel, was so innovative. However, I do not think Corporate America was ready for an Aftican-American superhero at the time. Our ratings were high, but the Fox Network cancelled us anyway.
- Over the years you work also in so many series (Lost , Crossing Jordan , Hercules , CSI Miami and Last
Year in Colony. Are you currently working on anything interesting Movie or Series that you can reveal?
Yes, I am currently working on several productions, however, I am not at liberty to speak about them yet. Very excited about what’s coming next!
-Thank you very much for your time and all the best for the future and
maybe see you someday in Germany.
Yes, maybe I will see you in Germany one day.
Thank you for your well wishes.