Actor, writer and TV host Dallas Campbell knows how to make science cool and exciting. Whether it’s through crazy stunts on Bang Goes the Theory, a look at how the world works on Supersized Earth or the bizarre world of airports in Airport Live, his passion for the subject is infectious and his joy for experimentation, regardless of the outcome, is apparent.
During this recent exclusive interview with Collider, Dallas Campbell talked about how he got involved with Bang Goes the Theory, when he became interested in science and scientific experimentation, working with the other hosts, what it was like to never know the outcome of the experiments ahead of time (they never did test runs), that science is always being reviewed, how he ended up working as a TV host, and just how lucky he feels to have such an awesome and fun job. He also talked about his high-octane TV pilot for BBC America, called Dallas in Wonderland, that he hopes will get picked up in the States. Check out what he had to say after the jump.