I can scream from the rooftop how much I love Galavant.
The main reason is actor Timothy Omundson, who plays King Richard.
As a huge fan of period piece drama, I knew I’d be watching Galavant. It had kings, queens, maidens and knights. And I’ve always had a fascination with King Arthur and The Knights of the Roundtable. I read I Am Modred by Nancy Springer , Mary Stewart’s The Prince and The Pilgrim and The Mists of the Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley.
But having Omundson as one of the stars as King Richard is a television feast fit for a king (no pun intended). I knew Timothy Omunson’s work from the numerous things I’ve seen him in Xena:Warrior Princess, Nip/Tuck, Legacy and Early Edition. But my curiosity was piqued as to how such a serious dramatic actor could pull off musical comedy. After all, Timothy Omundson had just played Cain “The Father of Murder” on The CW’s Supernatural.
I can say with 100% certainty that I have not been disappointed. Timothy Omundson’s flair for comedy matches his flair for drama. Additionally, his musical chops reminds me of Robert Goulet (Actually, physically Omundson bares a striking resemblance to Goulet).
If you haven’t seen Galavant, I suggest that you change that. You will enjoy it and be delighted by Timothy Omundson.
Galavant Season 2 premiere airs Sunday, January 3, 2016 at 8/7c on ABC.
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I LOVE this! Such a well-written piece. You skillfully touched on all the points that make Timothy Omundson tailor made for Galavant.