Before “Firefly,” Baldwin was not as familiar to sci-fi/fantasy genre fans, though he had done a few episodes of “The X-Files.” But once the buzz built around Whedon’s sci-fi Western and he hit the convention scene, Baldwin was an instant hit.
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“I love hearing people’s stories. I ran into a guy who, for all outward appearances, was just a nerd at a convention, but it turns out he works on geothermal imaging on offshore drilling platforms, and he told me all about a fire he was in and how dangerous the rigs are and the risk/reward factors. I love meeting people like that. Once they get past that initial ‘oh, my God, I’m meeting Jayne Cobb,’ I say, ‘it’s OK. Who are you? Where are you from? Tell me a story.’ It’s been a very loving and welcoming community for all of us. And I was very glad to be there from ‘Firefly’ all the way through ‘Chuck.’ It’s been a great experience for me.”
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