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, which is based on Fran Drescher's post-martial life after husband Peter Marc Jacobson came out.
The resilient Ferguson kept booking TV guest appearances, until he scored the lead role on "Eureka," as an average-minded sheriff living in a haven for scientists and their wacky inventions.
Fans of the show loved the actor's onscreen both funny and authoritative persona, giving the veteran actor long overdue respect and adoration.
Truth or rumor, when news that the actor was splitting hit the internet Saturday (August 26), Twitter immediately exploded with pithy commentary.
It seems everyone had an opinion on the matter: Based on the facts (Ferguson spotted alone with a cute sweater), is there trouble in paradise or is it much ado about nothing?
After many years of possessing a face people recognized yet could not put a name to, Colin Ferguson finally became a household name after he starred on the cult sci-fi comedy "Eureka" (Sci Fi Channel, 2006-12). Read more » After many years of possessing a face people recognized yet could not put a name to, Colin Ferguson finally became a household name after he starred on the cult sci-fi comedy "Eureka" (Sci Fi Channel, 2006-12).
Prior to "Eureka," Ferguson made his living through countless guest spots on Canadian television shows, before he branched out onto American sitcoms like "Malcolm in the Middle" (Fox, 2000-06), hit dramas such as "Crossing Jordan" (NBC, 2001-07), as well as a string of made-for-TV movies.
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Partaking in gay roles or starring in gay-related material is nothing new for Ferguson.
In 1998 he had a role on the film , alongside Lisa Kudrow, Christina Ricci, and Martin Donovan.