I have to admit, when I just saw the thread title, and not the OP's name, I did an eye roll and thought, "Not this
again." I was not expecting this.
, for sharing that. Too often we're inundated by celebrities that use and abuse their fame (Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Bynes, etc.), and of course, all the stories people have of sci-fi actors, who, when people meet them are rude, etc.
I never much cared why Michael O'Hare left the show, save I always knew it wasn't because of his ability as an actor. I fully believe he played Sinclair the way JMS wanted, and that the so-called "woodeness" of his acting, was a choice, considering who Sinclair is and what he went through.
This story speaks to courage, trust, and friendship. It also speaks to what made Babylon 5
so great, it had a creator who, while focused on the product, was also concerned with those who were behind it.