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Catching Up with Kevin Sorbo

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Actor Kevin Sorbo, 53, starred in two popular television shows, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1995–1999, 111 60-minute episodes) and the sci-fi series Gene Rodenberry’s Andromeda (2000–2005, 110 60-minute episodes). He starred as Hercules in the first and Captain Dylan Hunt in the second.

In Hollywood, where actors can’t afford to publicly express independent, nonconformist views without jeopardizing their livelihoods, Sorbo more or less exemplifies implicit whiteness; he is a departure from the norm. Consistent with this, his family is also white.

Sorbo began his career as a model in print and TV ads in the early 1980s. By the second half of the decade and the early ’90s he was appearing in guest spots on various television programs.

He was considered for the role of Superman in Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, which ultimately went to quarter-Japanese actor Dean Cain, and was a finalist for the part of Agent Mulder in The X Files that went to (half) Jewish actor David Duchovny.

In 1994 Sorbo shot to fame as Hercules in five made-for-TV films beginning with Hercules and the Amazon Women. The movies served as pilots for the subsequent television series.

During Hercules‘ run he starred in a theatrical film based on Conan the Barbarian creator Robert E. Howard‘s character Kull the Conqueror (1997).

In terms of themes, subject matter and interracialism, Kevin Sorbo’s film and TV work is no doubt conventionally liberal and multiracialist.

“It’s tough enough to get a job, whether it’s in Hollywood or on TV, let alone the politics . . .” he said in one interview.

He worked as an actor full-time from 1995–2005 (encompassing his two popular television series), noting that many TV shows don’t last for five episodes, much less five years.

Sorbo probably doesn’t turn down too many parts; one movie typecast him as a white serial killer.

The actor is also associated with a charity called A World Fit For Kids! which targets “at risk” (non-white) youth.

Disabling Stroke

In 1997, at the height of his Hercules fame, Sorbo, then 38, suffered a series of three strokes after an aneurism (the ballooning of an artery) near his shoulder. The health crisis left him partially blind and, for a while, incapacitated.

As an action star Sorbo had been extremely fit and athletic. In fact, the first sign of trouble appeared when he was working out at the gym.

The odds against such a thing happening to someone so physically fit at his age were extremely remote.

Yet his arduous recovery took nearly three years. Even so, he returned to the set of Hercules, struggling to play the world’s strongest man while sometimes so frail that he could hardly walk.

In the last two seasons of the program scripts were rewritten, his screen time was limited, more guest stars were brought in, and stunt doubles were hired to accommodate his incapacity.

Since appearances are everything in Hollywood, Sorbo hid the full extent of his condition from the press until 2011. He told the story of his ordeal in his memoir True Strength: My Journey from Hercules to Mere Mortal—and How Nearly Dying Saved My Life (2011).

Minnesota Background

One of five children, Sorbo was born in 1958 in Mound, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb, to a high school math and biology teacher and a nurse. His Amazon.com profile asserts that he is “100% Norwegian and proud of his Viking heritage!”

Today an avid golfer, Sorbo and his brothers played for free on a course overlooking Lake Minnetonka where they worked while growing up. In high school he played hockey, baseball, and football. Baseball was the sport he was best at, but football the one he most enjoyed.

Cultural Views

Sorbo harbors mildly conservative, politically incorrect views—unusual for Hollywood, where Leftism is eternally in fashion.

On a conservative radio program he joked that the United States was the only country in the world you don’t need papers to get into. His Republican host quickly steered him away from that topic. Despite the host’s rah-rah contention that America is “the greatest country on earth,” Sorbo allowed that if he has to “live in a socialist country” he’d prefer New Zealand (where Hercules had been filmed).

Media Matters, a Left-wing pro-censorship group funded by multi-billionaire Jewish globalist George Soros and others, highlights on its website a horrible “racist” comment Sorbo made on the Fox News program Hannity in October 2011. (Ah, our god-like, omnipresent monitors!)

Admittedly, the supposedly abhorrent remark doesn’t shiver my timbers, but then, I’m not anti-white!

Raised a Lutheran, Sorbo later attended a nondenominational church. A Christian website states:

As he takes on Christian films, such as What if . . . (2008) and Soul Surfer (2011) while also leaving room for secular films, his only wish is to change the face of Hollywood as we know it.

His personal worry is, what will the public consider normal when most things portrayed tell us that our innate moral views might probably be wrong.

“Hollywood likes to put out their own message a lot of times, and that message isn’t the best one for everyone,” he noted. “If you keep saying two plus two equals five over and over again, then that is what people are going to think. Maybe it does equal five if we keep changing the definition of what’s normal and what’s right and what’s wrong.”

Sorbo’s concern also carries over to how much Christianity is being bullied by the press over and over again. He lamented, “Christianity takes this beating that I really don’t understand and yet you can’t say anything negative about the Muslims because that’s horrible, you can’t say anything negative about other faiths.”

“Hollywood is still in the business of show business,” he said. “If we hand them a message loud enough and clear enough and if people start supporting movies like these, movies that have a good message, movies that the whole family can go to that aren’t cheesy, that aren’t cheap looking, that have a good story, good acting, good writing, good directors and good cinematography, then these are the movies they need to support.”

He hosted the DVD documentary The 12 Biggest Lies (2010) 90 min. [1 min. trailer].

Sorbo’s basic instincts seem sound. He’s essentially a cultural conservative dissatisfied with the cramped, barbed wire enclosure whites are currently confined to.

Family Man

The actor appears to be a good family man. (A personal photo of daughter Octavia fast asleep with a flyswatter in her hand is humorously captioned “Swatting flies can be so exhausting . . .”)

Sorbo’s wife is Pittsburgh-born Sandra “Sam” Jenkins, a former Ford model and actress he met on the set of Hercules (he married her character, Serena, but she died). Engaged to Sorbo before his stroke (she was the one who rushed him to the hospital after his speech became slurred and he could barely walk), she married him after it—long before his full return to health.

He was forced to rely upon her during his agonizingly slow recovery. “I’d remind him of how he was improving, even if it was in a small way,” she said. “I always had that optimism, which drove him a little crazy.”

Kevin & Sam Sorbo with children (from left) Braedon, Octavia, & Shane

At age 45, her childbearing years are over, but the couple has three children. (Son Shane’s middle name is Norwegian: Haaken.)

Oldest son Braedon, 10, was born when Sorbo was 43 and Sam 35; last child Octavia, 6, when Kevin was 47 and Sam 39.

Another hint of underlying political incorrectness: the kids are home schooled by their parents.

“Sam does most of the work,” Sorbo says. “But I’m the one who makes sure they get their physical activities. They’re very active with other kids playing football, basketball and taking karate four times a week.”

 

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21 Comments

  1. flavia
    Posted July 13, 2012 at 10:19 am | Permalink

    REALLY beautiful family. Nice to know real conservatives are out there. I’ll be supporting him if he ever makes it into the mainstream (sorry, can’t bear those Christian movies, especially since I’m not).

    This article does not leave me…… DISAPPOINTED!!!!

    (To those who don’t get it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_O1hM-k3aUY)

    • Andrew Hamilton
      Posted July 14, 2012 at 7:33 am | Permalink

      Flavia,

      Funny clip!

  2. Posted July 13, 2012 at 10:25 am | Permalink

    “Hollywood is still in the business of show business,” he said. “If we hand them a message loud enough and clear enough and if people start supporting movies like these, movies that have a good message, movies that the whole family can go to that aren’t cheesy, that aren’t cheap looking, that have a good story, good acting, good writing, good directors and good cinematography, then these are the movies they need to support.”

    Sorbo seems like a decent enough sort, but, like so many implicitly White folks, he is extremely naive.

    He doesn’t understand that Hollywood isn’t “liberal” by accident. The people that run Hollywood absolutely hate Whites. Destroying White culture and nations, to make way for a global government (run by them), is the goal. Making a profit is secondary — it’s only important because that’s how they fund their take-over.

    These people control the studios, the film distribution companies, and the movie houses, they will never allow the kinds of movies, he describes, to be distributed.

    • ipsofacto
      Posted July 17, 2012 at 5:59 pm | Permalink

      It might be more naive to assume the man doesn’t know much about the industry in which he works. My impression was of a man who knows the score and lives with the fact that he can only control his personal life. I don’t know him but he comes across to me as genuine. Unlike another commenter I find Norris much more plastic – or naive. We are talking about actors here, after all.

      Pretty wife. I knew I missed something w/o tv.

  3. Jaego Scorzne
    Posted July 13, 2012 at 2:19 pm | Permalink

    People are in general innately “conservative” in their views – accepting what has been given to them by the media and their upbringing. This could be either liberal or conservative. Someone like him should know how bad things are, but his conservative mindset wont let him. At an unconscious level, he doesn’t want to know. Because if he knew, it would upset the apple cart of his life. He’d have to change, to do something or admit that he was an immoral man. Better far not to know – this not knowing is conservatism or existential ignorance.

    • Roissy Hater
      Posted July 13, 2012 at 3:30 pm | Permalink

      GREAT POINT!

      Yea well, everyone who chooses not to know might live a more comfortable and happy existence, but in the end their live have no meaning.

      At the very least, for being honest about the situation, you will suffer socially and economically.

      But any man of quality has no choice but to know, if he is worthy of being called a man. If you don’t want to know, your life has no purpose.

    • Posted July 13, 2012 at 3:55 pm | Permalink

      I can’t tell you the number of people, I’ve talked to, who innately agree with everything I say, but are terrified to make the leap to changing their “lifestyles” to be consonant with those beliefs.

    • Lew
      Posted July 14, 2012 at 7:55 am | Permalink

      I don’t openly state everything I believe on these matters in my personal life. Basically, the further a person is from my closest inner circle, the less they know about my ideas. One problem is that Whites face a type of “Prisoner’s Dilemma.” If Sorbo were to become a full convert to our way of thinking and go public, what would it accomplish other than his own marginalization? There is little to no value add for the person or the movement for one individual to step forward (it might be different for a if it’s very famous person with influence). If 10,000,000 people were to do it at the same time, that would be different.

      • Posted July 14, 2012 at 9:42 am | Permalink

        I agree with some of what your saying, but in Sorbo’s case he’s independently well-off and doesn’t need the work, so why continue to abnegate before our enemies.

        If men like him, Mel Gibson, and others — who are pro-White — worked together with men like Merlin Miller and Craig Bodeker they could create a pro-White film industry. I can’t for the life of me figure out why they don’t do this. It would be wildly successful.

  4. Dan
    Posted July 13, 2012 at 6:20 pm | Permalink

    I’ve always liked Kevin Sorbo, even before I read here that he is quite a decent guy (I must have guessed as much).
    Although I do feel sorry for actors – particularly actors with standards or principles – as acting as a profession would certainly favour those who have little of either (I’ve always remarked when watching an actor playing a character in an embarrassing or compromising position, “who would be an actor, eh?”). It is certainly a job I couldn’t do, even if I had the talent.

    I remember when Kevin Sorbo was a “guest star” on Two and a Half Men.
    Sorbo played the slow-witted father of a vacuous, big-titted bimbo named Candy. Two and a Half Men is the show where its main star, Charlie Sheen, had a falling out last year with its creator and producer Chuck Lorre over money and Sheen was labeled an “anti-semite” in the process… for calling Lorre by his real name, Chaim Levine!
    I’m sure Sorbo took that job because it was just that: a job.

    Indeed it is certainly true that acting is a difficult profession. It is almost like prostitution in my eyes. It is most probably not a profession for the Aryan man or woman.

    • Posted July 14, 2012 at 7:37 am | Permalink

      . . . acting is a difficult profession. . . . It is most probably not a profession for the Aryan man or woman.

      I concur with those sentiments. As long as filmmaking is controlled by those who hate us, we shouldn’t engage it, in any way. We shouldn’t work in the industry and we should watch their dreck.

      But if we were making the films, then acting could be a noble profession.

  5. daniel
    Posted July 13, 2012 at 11:12 pm | Permalink

    By appearance, anyway, his wife is excellent.

  6. Andrew Hamilton
    Posted July 14, 2012 at 9:46 am | Permalink

    I see there were some themes I wanted to illustrate in this article that I failed to emphasize sufficiently. Unfortunately, this addendum got pretty long!

    First, note that Kevin Sorbo, who was born in 1958, was one of FIVE children born to a middle class couple.

    Five children, five children, five children.

    So, he comes from a fairly large family. Unfortunately, they are probably spread out all across the country, perhaps even the world. The kinship structure is probably not real tight (lots of uncles, aunts, and cousins in close, meaningful relationship with one another).

    During that “baby boom” generation, my experience suggests that two children was the norm, at least among Protestants (the Sorbos were Lutherans).

    Catholic families at the time, and particularly Irish Catholics, however, often had much larger families. The net result was probably replacement fertility (and sometimes more) in white Protestant families, and above replacement fertility in Catholic families—constituting the “boom.”

    I have not actually researched the details of the white baby boom, however. Perhaps I’ll look into it in a future article.

    A second thing was Kevin and Sam’s having three children. Among whites who still marry and have children today, I’ve noticed a tendency toward three, rather than the two or even one (“only child”) common during the baby boom era (with the exception of Catholics and some Protestants, particularly religiously conservative ones).

    However, there are fewer whites now forming white (versus racially mixed) families and having white children overall, which is why our race is not replacing itself.

    I also wanted to emphasize how late in the fertility cycle the Sorbos were. Kevin, of course, was older when he became a father.

    And wife Sam squeezed in motherhood at the last moment. It’s great that she did, but she was pushing the envelope.

    She was 35 when she had her first child and 39 when the last was born.

    To review:

    Female fertility rates “remain relatively stable until the early 30s, and then they [sharply] decrease to very low levels by the early 40s.” By the time a woman is 44, fertility is almost nonexistent.

    Broken down:

    Ages 18-24: peak female fertility
    Ages 30-35: fertility is 15%-20% less than maximum
    Ages 35-39: fertility is 25%-50% below maximum [Sam was in this range for all three]
    Ages 40-45: fertility falls to 95% below maximum
    (Robert V. Johnson, M.D., Editor-in-Chief, Mayo Clinic Complete Book of Pregnancy & Baby’s First Year, New York: William Morrow, 1994, p. 5)

    “Ultimately, age is still the most important factor when it comes to fertility prediction,” Atlanta fertility specialist Dr. Mark Perloe says. “If you’re in your early 40s, the odds are against getting pregnant without help, no matter what the tests say. The odds are much better in your late 30s or younger.” http://www.counter-currents.com/2012/07/population-age-structure-fertility/

    Of course, an acting career, particularly for females, makes professional work heavily dependent upon good looks and a perfect figure. The Jews TALK “ugly and unattractive is good,” but don’t LIVE IT in their exploitation of white females in mainstream entertainment, fashion, advertising, pornography, prostitution, and shiksa mistresses/marriage.

    So, in Sam Sorbo’s case, this was almost certainly a factor. But even many women not in her situation now wait too long or unwittingly overshoot the mark.

    In terms of marriage, the behavior Sam Sorbo displayed when Kevin had his stroke(s) is instructive. Marriage or commitment is not simply about what you get out of it. Ideally, it involves mature reciprocal dedication.

    There is a reason why Christian wedding vows contained the words “to have and to hold from this day forward, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death us do part.”

    It’s not good, of course, if one partner behaves like Sam Sorbo did, and the other does not reciprocate. Hopefully, if things were reversed, Kevin would behave the same way. The Amazon.com summary of his book alludes to “strains” his health crisis placed upon their marriage. But that’s understandable. Life is not some fairy tale or schmaltzy movie.

    Apart from the ethics of it, if you can manage such an arrangement, it’s no small advantage in life. You pay a price in terms of freedom, “entertainment,” and having fun, but you get something important in return.

    Finally, it was the editor who inserted the helpful fact that actor Dean Cain, who played Superman on TV, is 1/4 Japanese. That is the sort of information I would have conveyed myself had I known about it, because it sharpens racial consciousness—one’s own and others’. However, I did not know who the actor was when I wrote it and only looked at a picture of him afterward.

    It is remarkable how dominant East Asian genes are in the phenotype (appearance) of mixed Asian-whites. I thought the same of the photo of TV’s Jon and Kate Gosselins’ children. http://www.counter-currents.com/2012/02/be-fruitful-and-multiply/ Their 8 kids are only 1/4 Korean, but most do not look fully white. One or two of them might eventually “pass.”

    It is important not to project one’s subsequent knowledge of ancestry onto phenotypes. There is enormous confusion now due to the huge amount of hybridization, and many people with substantial white ancestry are actually racially indeterminate—mixed breeds, like Dean Cain.

    Cain, in turn, has a son by a Spanish model (she appeared in Playboy). So race and phenotype are becoming highly confusing. At some point it will require fairly elaborate genealogical data to figure out the truth.

    We are being swamped by the not-white/not-black/not-Asian/not-Amerindian . . .

    • flavia
      Posted July 16, 2012 at 7:41 am | Permalink

      I think those points were pretty clear…..

      While Sam Sorbo did risk it a little bit getting pregnant so late, I am certainly happy she gave it a go. I think it also helped that she is very beautiful, which does correlate with fertility. She is probably more fertile than most. Further, if you can get pregnant once, or have even been pregnant (but not carried full term) your chances of getting pregnant again are high. So if a woman starts out having her first child at 35, she can conceivably have 3-4 kids.

      I think we need to also spread some hope for women, about real things they can do to improve their fertility, instead of the usual (from what I see on Roissy), “Suck it you old, barren slut….enjoy pushing your cat on a stroller.” I know some of it is coming from a good place, hoping to scare younger women into motherhood, but we can’t dissuade older women from trying too!

      As an aside, I was reading this comment on the blog Feminine Beauty about Asians:

      “Ellis and He [researchers] quoted the director of a Chinese modeling agency saying, “The foreign models’ faces are much more three-dimensional…. They look nicer in pictures.”

      “This is a reference most extensively to the mid-facial flattening of East Asian faces, where the RESEMBLANCE TO THE ANCESTRAL SPECIES is the greatest and unambiguous. It is for this reason that the pattern of cosmetic surgeries among East Asians is better understood in terms of looking less ethnic/more derived than one of Europeanization.”

      ” The top concern of the business elite is profit, and if East Asian faces profitted them more, they would use more of them. ”

      RESEMBLANCE TO THE ANCESTRAL SPECIES is the greatest and unambiguous.

      That is probably why the genes are so hard to shake. The two dimensional aspects of the face is probably why even 1/4 cannot pass. It’s sort of like the uncanny valley of whiteness, lulz.

      • flavia
        Posted July 16, 2012 at 7:46 am | Permalink

        Sorry, and I wanted to add one more thing. Also notice how the wife is dark hair/eyed yet her genes are nowhere near as strong as had she had the same coloring from being racially mixed….evidenced by the fact that all her 3 children have blonde hair and blue eyes. Obviously it’s not all about phenotype with whites, as many carry genes they do not express themselves.

        My two cousins tried for their third, in order to have a girl….and it ended up being a boy. But they said it was worth it because the baby came out as the only one in the whole family with blue eyes. They’re not race aware either, just honest.

      • Mark
        Posted July 18, 2012 at 11:59 am | Permalink

        Also notice how the wife is dark hair/eyed yet her genes are nowhere near as strong as had she had the same coloring from being racially mixed

        This especially tends to be the case with dark-haired or dark-eyed Nordish types, like Sorbo’s wife Sam Jenkins. Dark hair or dark eyes in Nordish types tends to be much less dominant than dark hair/dark eyes in Southern Europeans, Near Eastern Caucasoids, etc.

        • Greg Johnson
          Posted July 18, 2012 at 2:15 pm | Permalink

          Many Nordics start out as blonde and darken as they grow older. Also, women dye their hair. So you are reading an awful lot into a photograph.

    • Mark
      Posted July 18, 2012 at 12:10 pm | Permalink

      It is remarkable how dominant East Asian genes are in the phenotype (appearance) of mixed Asian-whites. I thought the same of the photo of TV’s Jon and Kate Gosselins’ children. http://www.counter-currents.com/2012/02/be-fruitful-and-multiply/ Their 8 kids are only 1/4 Korean, but most do not look fully white. One or two of them might eventually “pass.”

      It is important not to project one’s subsequent knowledge of ancestry onto phenotypes. There is enormous confusion now due to the huge amount of hybridization, and many people with substantial white ancestry are actually racially indeterminate—mixed breeds, like Dean Cain.

      Yes, most of them we can notice but there are some that fly under the radar and can look as white or whiter than Southern Europeans.

      Former NBA player Rex Walters is half-Japanese
      http://cdn.bleacherreport.net/images_root/slides/photos/001/781/907/262569_display_image.jpg

      Current pitcher for the San Francisco Giants Tim Lincecum is half-Filipino
      http://www1.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/San+Francisco+Giants+Tim+Lincecum+Wins+NL+KgSvdb3gVg_l.jpg

  7. jack
    Posted July 15, 2012 at 1:58 pm | Permalink

    I have a feeling Sorbo was only highlighted because he has 3 white children who does not strike me as particularly remarkable person even with the biographical summary.

    Chuck Norris has more traditional conservative credentials than Sorbo objecting to promotion of homosexuality in schools and same sex marriages, supports the right to bear arms and upholding the constitution.

    From Wikipedia:

    Political views

    Norris with former Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee in Londonderry, New Hampshire

    Norris is a Republican, often championing the views of the party. Norris has donated more than $32,000 to Republican candidates and organizations since 1988.[40] Norris supports gun rights and ownership and is against public schools condoning homosexuality.[41]

    In 2006, Norris began penning a column for the conservative news website WorldNetDaily, sharing his “musings about faith, family, freedom, country, loyalty – maybe even kickboxing.”
    On October 22, 2007, Norris announced his endorsement of Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee for President.[42] Norris said, “I believe the only one who has all of the characteristics to lead America forward into the future is ex-Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.”[43]

    After the 2008 presidential election, Norris drafted a letter to President-elect Barack Obama, stating that he should “use and cite the Constitution … protect American life … learn from the mistakes of your Democratic predecessors … [and] lead more from the center”.[44]

    On November 18, 2008, Norris became one of the first members of show business to express support for the California Proposition 8 ban on same-sex marriage, and he chided activists for “interfering” with the democratic process and the double standard he perceived in criticizing the LDS Church without criticizing African Americans, who had voted for the measure by a wide margin.[45]

    During the 2012 presidential election, Norris first recommended Ron Paul, and then later formally endorsed Newt Gingrich as the Republican presidential candidate.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Norris#Political_views

    • jack
      Posted July 15, 2012 at 5:05 pm | Permalink

      Off topic but you might like this Top 10 Countries With The Highest Birth Rate

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w06kA5Y1VhY

      I wounder what the lowest birth rate countries are? I would imagine Russia, Ukraine and Moldovia to be on the list.

  8. Posted July 17, 2012 at 12:22 pm | Permalink

    Always a pleasant surprise to find out that an actor you like ISN’T a flaky Hollywood liberal. I’ve commented on this and linked to it here:
    http://ex-army.blogspot.com/2012/07/another-non-liberal-actor.html

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