In this clip from the pilot episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Melinda May (Ming-Na Wen) is reluctant to return to the field, and so Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) turns on the charm to pull her from S.H.I.E.L.D.'s bureaucratic basement.
Ming-Na Wen, formerly from ER and Stargate Universe, will play a "soulful" and "damaged" pilot named Melinda May in Joss Whedon's new S.H.I.E.L.D. TV show. Melinda May is described as "an ace pilot, a weapons expert and a soldier who can - and has - gone beyond the call of duty." And apparently she's the character who…
At the 2010 Syfy Upfront, we caught up with Ming-Na and David Blue of Stargate Universe. They filled us in Eli Wallace's romantic prospects, Camille Wray's rumored rise to power, and that body-swapping subplot.
Ming-Na's Stargate Universe character isn't just stepping through a portal into another galaxy, she's coming out of the closet. She tells us about playing Stargate's first openly gay character, and how this show is about to get a lot sexier.
We were lucky enough to interview two new Stargate Universe crew members, played by Ming-Na and David Blue. We took the opportunity to grill Blue on his Gater know-how and find out all we could about Eli.
A Stargate Universe casting call has sparked the fires of internet rage for its description of quadriplegic character Eleanor Perry, who "possesses" Ming-Na's lesbian character Camile Wray, then turns her straight.