Colin Ferguson Autographed Photo #3

Colin Ferguson Autographed Photo #3

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8x10 photo signed by Colin Ferguson


This is a high quality 8x10 photo signed, in person, by Colin Ferguson, who played Sheriff Jack Carter on Eureka.

In this publicity photo we see Jack relaxing, as he casually leans up against a column in Eureka's sheriffs office.

Colin Ferguson was a guest at Away Mission: Orlando 2012, our Sci-fi convention held in Orlando Florida, October of 2012.  For more information on this event visit the event details page:

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Actors Biography

Colin Ferguson

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Colin Ferguson (born July 22, 1972) is a Canadian film, and television, actor, director, and producer. Who is probably best known for playing Sheriff Jack Carter on Syfy original series Eureka, and for playing Lewis on Then Came You.


Early life

He was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, and is a graduate of Appleby College in Oakville, Ontario, and McGill University in Montreal. Even though he was born and raised around Montreal which predominantly speaks French, he is bilingual speaking both French and English.

Although he was born in Canada and therefore a Canadian citizen, he is also a citizen of the United Kingdom, and recently became a naturalized citizen of the United States.



Ferguson was a member of the Montreal improv group On the Spot. He has been cast in many television series, television movies, and films, ranging from The Opposite of Sex to The Stupidest Angel. He was the lead for Eureka, a Syfy original series that began broadcasting in 2006, but ended in 2012. He was also a guest presenter for sci-fi news show HypaSpace. He is a Montreal Canadiens fan and periodically blogs for On September 5, 2011, Ferguson appeared on the podcast Disasterpiece Theatre to discuss what Eureka might look like if directed by Michael Bay.




Year Film Role Notes
1996 Rowing Through Tiff Wood
1998 The Opposite of Sex Tom De Lury
2001 The Surprise Party Oscar
2005 Guy in Row Five Dean
2005 Mom at Sixteen Bob Cooper
2006 Playing House Michael Tate
2007 Because I Said So Dereck Decker
2008 The Egg Factory -
2010 Lake Placid 3 Nathan Bickerman
2011 Life's a Beach Pierre
2012 The Stupidest Angel Tucker Pre production


Year Production Role
1995 Are You Afraid Of The Dark Tommy
1996 Texas Graces -
1997 The Hunger Peter Garson
1997 A Prayer in the Dark Jimmy Flood
1997 Night Sins Todd
1998 More Tales of the City Burke Christopher Andrew
1999 Cover Me Andrew Chase
2000 Then Came You Lewis
2001 Daydream Believers: The Monkees' Story Van Foreman
2001 Inside the Osmonds Mike Curb
2001 The Surprise Party Oscar
2001 Titus Dr. Bennet
2001 Dead Last Prince Torben of Mulravia
2001 Becker Clark
2001 Jennifer Peter
2001 Malcolm in the Middle Deputy Brock
2002 We Were the Mulvaneys Dr. Witt
2002 The Outer Limits David
2003 I Love the '80s Strikes Back Himself
2003 VH1 Big in 03 Himself
2003 Imagine Himself
2003 Crossing Jordan Brad Ferris
2003 Coupling Patrick Maitland
2004 Americana David
2004 Career Suicide Rod
2004 Line of Fire David Gwynn
2005 Ladies' Night Jesse Grant
2005 Vinegar Hill Tom Welton
2005 Confessions of a Sociopathic Social Climber Charles Fitz
2005 Girlfriends Eric Stone
2006 Teachers Doug Diamond
2006 My Boys Steve
2006 The House Next Door Walker
2006–2012 Eureka Sheriff Jack Carter
2006 Eureka: Hide and Seek Sheriff Jack Carter
2006-2007 HypaSpace Himself
2007 CSI: Miami Dominic Whitford
2007 Christmas in Paradise Dan Casey
2008 Eureka: Happenings Around Town Sheriff Jack Carter
2008 Stan Maynard's Best Day Ever The Doctor
2008 Entertainment Tonight Himself
2008 Fear Itself Dennis Mahoney
2008 Ghost Hunters Himself
2009 FedCon XVIII: The Golden Future Himself
2010 Hollywood Treasure Himself
2011 The Guild Himself
2011 ACME Saturday Night Himself
2011 Matty Hanson and the Invisibility Ray Cutter Hanson
2012 The Flog Himself
2012 Like Father Van Lyons
2012 Tabletop Himself
2012 Primeval: New World -


Year Production Notes
2010 Triassic Attack TV movie


Year Production Notes
2011–2012 Eureka Seasons 4-5, 11 Episodes

Series Overview

Eureka (U.S. TV series)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Eureka (stylized as EUReKA) is an American science fiction television series that premiered on Syfy on July 18, 2006. The fifth and final season ended on July 16, 2012. The show is set in a fictional town in the Pacific Northwest called Eureka, Oregon. Inhabited almost entirely by scientific geniuses, most residents of Eureka work for Global Dynamics—an advanced research facility responsible for the development of nearly all major technological breakthroughs since its inception. Each episode features a mysterious accidental or intentional misuse of technology, which the town sheriff, Jack Carter, then solves with the help of town scientists. Each season also features a larger story arc that concerns a particular major event or item.

The series was created by Andrew Cosby and Jaime Paglia and was produced by Universal Media Studios. While initially lacking in critical acclaim, Eureka was a ratings success for the network, averaging 3.2 million viewers during the second half of season three. In 2007, Eureka was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Visual Effects for a Series, and won the Leo Award for Best Visual Effects in a Dramatic Series. In the United Kingdom the show airs on Sky1 and is known as A Town Called Eureka, although it is also shown under its original name on the BT Visionplatform.

On February 16, 2012, Syfy announced that the show's fifth season would premiere on April 16, 2012. After the network announced it wouldn't order a sixth season, it ordered a series finale, which aired on July 16, 2012.



Eureka takes place in a high tech fictional community of the same name, located in the U.S. state of Oregon (Washington in the pilot), and inhabited by brilliant scientists. The town is operated by a corporation called Global Dynamics (GD), which is overseen by the United States Department of Defense. The town's existence and location are closely guarded secrets. In episode 5.06 ("Worst Case Scenario"), Jack is directed to place an EM field generator device at the center of Eureka's shield. The GPS coordinates given are 42°38′12.33″N 121°40′55.33″W, located in the Winema National Forest, 43 miles (69 km) north of the border between California and Oregon.

U.S. Marshal Jack Carter stumbles upon Eureka while transporting a fugitive prisoner (his own rebellious teenage daughter Zoe) back to her mother's home in Los Angeles. When a faulty experiment cripples the sheriff of Eureka, Carter finds himself quickly chosen to fill the vacancy. Despite not being a genius like most members of the town, Jack Carter demonstrates a remarkable ability to connect to others, keen and practical insights, and a dedication to preserving the safety of Eureka.


Main characters

  • Sheriff Jack Carter, portrayed by Colin Ferguson, is a U.S. Marshal who reluctantly ends up as the sheriff of Eureka. Jack is consistently dumbfounded by the wonders Eureka produces, as well as its propensity to produce things that often threaten the entire town (or world). Despite being a man of average intelligence in a town full of geniuses, Jack's admittedly simple ideas and his intuition often save the day.
  • Zoe Carter (Jordan Hinson) (seasons 1–3, recurring in seasons 4–5), is Jack's rebellious teenage daughter. Unlike her father, she is intelligent enough to keep up with the town's residents. Yet, like her father, she possesses street smarts something lacking for most of the town's residents. She hopes to attend Harvard Medical School and become a physician.
  • Dr. Allison Blake, portrayed by Salli Richardson-Whitfield, is a Department of Defense agent who acts as the liaison between Global Dynamics and the federal government. Allison, unmarried, is also mother of Kevin, who has autism.
  • Dr. Henry Deacon, portrayed by Joe Morton, is the town jack of all trades and a brilliant scientist. Henry has ethical objections to the kind of research conducted at Global Dynamics, so he prefers to be employed as the town's mechanic. Henry's assistance is often invaluable in defusing the bad situations that are created by experiments at Global Dynamics.
  • Dr. Nathan Stark, portrayed by Ed Quinn (seasons 1–3), is one of Eureka's top scientists. He and Jack are frequently at odds, although both respect each other. On and off, he is romantically involved with Allison. He is modeled after Tony Stark, a Marvel Comics character.
  • Josephina "Jo" Lupo, portrayed by Erica Cerra (recurring in seasons 1–2, regular in seasons 3–5), is Eureka's deputy sheriff. She is a former U.S. Army Ranger with a love of firearms.
  • Dr. Douglas Fargo, portrayed by Neil Grayston (recurring in seasons 1–2, regular in seasons 3–5), is a junior scientist,treated somewhat dismissively by his peers. Accident-prone, he often ends up a victim of the disasters befalling the town, and has caused a fair share of the problems. Grayston also provides the voice of S.A.R.A.H. (Self Actuated Residential Automated Habitat), the bunker home Jack and Zoe Carter live in.
  • Zane Donovan, portrayed by Niall Matter (recurring in season 2, regular in seasons 3–5), is a rebellious genius who is recruited to Global Dynamics. He allegedly caused a stock market crash, and agreed to work for GD as an alternative to imprisonment.



Season Product Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 Eureka: Season 1 12 July 18, 2006 October 3, 2006
2 Eureka: Season 2 13 July 10, 2007 October 2, 2007
3 Eureka: Season 3.0 18 July 29, 2008 September 18, 2009
Eureka: Season 3.5 July 10, 2009
4 Eureka: Season 4.0 21 July 9, 2010 December 6, 2011
Eureka: Season 4.5 July 11, 2011
5 Eureka: Season 5 13 April 16, 2012 July 16, 2012


The series was created by Andrew Cosby and Jaime Paglia and is produced by Universal Media Studios. The season one original music was composed by Mutato Muzika; season two and beyond were composed by Bear McCreary. The executive producers of the current season are Paglia, Charles Grant Craig, and Thania St. John. While initially lacking in strong critical acclaim, Eureka has been a popular success, averaging 3.2 million viewers during the second half of season three. In 2007 Eureka was nominated for the Emmy Award for Outstanding Visual Effects for a Series and won the Leo Award for Best Visual Effects in a Dramatic Series. In the United Kingdom on Sky1 the show is known as A Town Called Eureka although it is also shown under its original name on the BT Vision platform.

Characters from Eureka have crossed over to Warehouse 13 and vice-versa, and characters from Warehouse 13 have crossed over to Alphas, making the three shows sister shows.

It was announced on August 17, 2010 that the show had been picked up for a fifth season of 13 episodes. Fan sites and a show writers' Twitter feed said on August 4, 2011, that the show had been picked up for a sixth and possibly final season of six episodes. It was then announced on August 8, 2011, that Eureka would not get a sixth season, but it would instead be canceled after season five. However, one additional episode of the fifth season has been approved in order to give the series a proper finale. On February 16, 2012 Syfy announced that the show's fifth and final season would premiere on April 16, 2012.

Filming locations

  • Chilliwack, British Columbia – Downtown Wellington Avenue Cafe Diem set all 5 seasons.
  • Ladysmith, British Columbia – Downtown First Avenue, Roberts Street.
  • Burnaby, British Columbia – Vancouver Film Studios for the majority of the Global Dynamics building interiors, cafe interiors as well as the home of Sheriff Carter.



Warehouse 13 is part of Syfy's developing shared fictional universe, with several characters crossing over between series:

Global Dynamics researcher Douglas Fargo (played by Neil Grayston) from Eureka traveled to South Dakota to update Warehouse 13's computer system in the Warehouse 13 episode "13.1". Warehouse 13 computer wizard Claudia Donovan (played by Allison Scagliotti) subsequently traveled to the town of Eureka, Oregon to check out the technological marvels at Global Dynamics in the Eureka episode "Crossing Over". Fargo again appeared in the Warehouse 13 episode "Don't Hate the Player" when Claudia, Lattimer, and Bering traveled to Palo Alto, California to find Douglas beta testing a virtual reality simulator with the aid of a dangerous artifact. Additionally, Hugo Miller spent some time in the town of Eureka, departing with Douglas Fargo at the end of episode "13.1"; he returns in "Love Sick", commenting that, "every week [there] something seems to go 'boom'!" His presence there is off screen.



Ratings and viewership

The series premiere was watched by 4.1 million people, making it he top-rated cable program for that night; it was the highest-rated series launch in Syfy's fourteen-year history. The season two premiere drew 2.5 million viewers, making it the top-rated cable program of the day.

For calendar-year 2008 as a first-run, the series delivered 1.42 million viewers in the 18–49 demographic.

The 3rd season premiere was viewed by 2.8 million viewers, and the season 3.5 premiere of Eureka earned 2.68 million viewers in its new time slot. The 4th season premiere was viewed by 2.5 million viewers. The 5th season premiere was viewed by 1.8 million viewers, on par with seasons 4's closing episode One Giant Leap. The 5th season closer Just Another Day generated 1.58 million viewers.

Critical reception

Critical reaction was mixed, with general praise for the premise, but overall middling reaction to the writing of the pilot.

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer:

It's all very quirky. Too quirky, maybe, for an audience that is used to spaceships, robots, and explosions. Though every episode promises an "aha!" moment based in quantum physics and obscure scientific laws, this world is relatively flat, conceptually speaking, in comparison to the complexity woven into series such as Stargate SG-1 and Battlestar Galactica. This does not mean Eureka is a complete waste of time. Not at all. The characters are fun,Ferguson is believable and pleasant, the script is solidly constructed, and the visuals are slickly produced. All in all, it's a sweet series and probably not long for this world.

The New York Daily News:

With its playful new series Eureka, set in the Pacific Northwest and telling the story of an outsider who comes to explore, and settle in, a remote town full of eccentrics, Sci-Fi Channel isn't just inviting comparisons to Twin Peaksand Northern Exposure. It's demanding them. But co-creators Andrew Cosby and Jaime Paglia hold up to them pretty well. Eureka has a premise, a cast and a plot that make it one of the TV treats of the summer. The folks at Sci-Fi Channel clearly intended to reinvent the summer TV series here, and come up with something breezy and fun. And Eureka – they've done it!

Award nominations

  • Eureka was nominated for a 2007 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series. The other nominees were Grey's AnatomyHeroesRome, and Battlestar Galactica(the winner).
  • On August 21, 2010, Eureka was honored with an award for its scientific, and critical thinking content, from The Independent Investigations Group during its 10th Anniversary Gala. The award was accepted by head writer Ed Fowler.



On August 8, 2011, it was announced that Eureka would be cancelled after five seasons. Syfy decided not to order a season six of Eureka: "But Eureka is not over yet. There is a new holiday episode this December and 12 stellar episodes set to debut next year, marking its fifth season and six memorable years on Syfy. The 2012 episodes are some of the best we've seen, and will bring this great series to a satisfying end. We are very grateful to Bruce Miller and Jaime Paglia, their team of incredible writers, and an amazing cast and crew who have consistently delivered a series we continue to be very proud of. We thank the fans for their support of this show and know they will enjoy its final season in 2012."

With the announcement of the show's cancellation, a fan campaign on social media emerged. Thousands of fans protested what they thought was the network's decision. Executive producer Amy Berg clarified that the decision to cancel the show was made by Comcast, the controlling partner at NBCUniversal, which owns Syfy.

Everyone is asking why. It's simple, really. We are the network's golden child in every way, except profit margins. Fact is, #Eureka is an expensive show to make. And we could not maintain the quality of our show with the cuts it would take to make us profitable for Syfy's new parent company. Our creative execs at Syfy fought hard to keep us. Trust me, they LOVE us. We just couldn't make the numbers work.

— Twitter (via, Amy Berg


Home video releases

All five seasons of Eureka have been released in Region 1, seasons 1–4.5 have been released in region 2 and seasons 1–4 have been released in region 4, season 3 and 4 were released in two separate sets for each season in region 1 and 2.


In other media

Original soundtrack

On August 26, 2008, La La Land Records released Eureka: Original Soundtrack From the Sci-Fi Channel Television Series. Composed predominantly by Bear McCreary, the album consists of 28 tracks from the show's second season. It also includes two variations of the Mark Mothersbaugh and John Enroth composed main theme, as well as two songs, "Let's Get Hitched" and "EurekAerobics", written by Brendan McCreary and Captain Ahab, respectively.


In early 2009, Boom! Studios produced a comic book based on storylines provided by Andrew Cosby (who is also the co-founder of the comic publisher), written by Brendan Hay, with art by Diego Barreto. This was followed by a second issue called Eureka: Dormant Gene written by Andrew Cosby, Jaime Paglia and Jonathan L. Davis, with art by Mark Dos Santos.


  • Eureka: Substitution Method. Cris Ramsay, New York: Ace, August 2010. ISBN 9780441018857
  • Eureka: Brain Box Blues. Cris Ramsay, New York: Ace, November 2010. ISBN 9780441019830
  • Eureka: Roads Less Traveled. Cris Ramsay, New York: Ace, March 2011. ISBN 9780441019021

Podcast appearances

In 2011, Colin Ferguson appeared on Disasterpiece Theatre, discussing what Eureka might look like if directed by Michael Bay.