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Sun Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale
Author: N.F. MENDOZA Los Angeles Times
Date: Apr 7, 1995
Start Page: 6.E
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So in addition to appearing in TekWar, which airs on the USA network at 7 on Saturday nights, he's going to finish his second solo album. He also wants to follow through on planned camping trips with his wife of 15 years and their three kids.

Fourteen hours a day on the futuristic show doesn't leave much time for the rest of his life. However, [Greg] Evigan says he has balanced home life and work. "The formula," he says from the TekWar production office, "is delegating your time the right way. There's not a minute of the day I'm working on this show that I'm not concentrating on it."But, "Once I'm off here, I'm off."

His work is cut out for him in the high-action TekWar - based on the William Shatner (yes, he of Capt. Kirk fame) novels, which also spawned four TV movies. At the focus are the adventures of ex-cop-turned-private-eye Jake Cardigan, released from cryonic jail and trying to clear his name and reunite with his family while battling "tek" (drug) lords.

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