Don S. Davis went on to serve in the US army, and upon leaving his duties had achieved the rank of Captain
Although Peter Williams was the main recurring guest star on Stargate SG-1 for four years, he and Davis only shared a scene in three episodes: "Children of the Gods", "Serpent's Song" and "Point of View".
After completely his three years of active service in the US army, he entered the University of Southern Illinois, in Carbondale, Illinois.
When he was a young boy, his father owned a lumberyard.
He received his Masters Degree in theatre in 1970.
He was a frequent co-star of Jerry Wasserman.
He frequently played golf.
He left teaching to pursue acting full time in 1987.
He received a Bachelor of Science Degree with double major in theatre and art from Southwest Missouri State College in 1965.
He seldom watches his own performances.
He has a Ph.D in theatre and spent several years teaching in various American universities.
Since leaving the cast of Stargate SG-1, he has spent most of his time in Los Angeles.
His wife's name is Ruby.
Of all the science fiction and fantasy series he has appeared in, Twin Peaks is his favourite.
He is a frequent co-star of Jay Brazeau.
He was left-handed.
He was a captain in the United States Army, stationed in Korea, from 1965 to 1968.
He was also a skilled artist and woodcraftsman
Don S. Davis: (about his Stargate SG-1 character, General Hammond) Hammond, like all of the recurring characters in the series, became more understanding, flexible and committed to the individual members of SG-1 and Stargate Command as the years went on. This is simply a reflection of life itself. The longer we as individuals remain increasingly involved with a given group, the more intensely invested and protective we become.
Don S. Davis: (about art) I'm basically a visually oriented person. I'm eclectic in my visual tastes and any object, natural or manmade, that strikes my fancy at any moment interests me. In my own work I paint, draw, carve, model or build whatever form or type of image in whatever style or medium that happens to reflect my mood at any given time.
Don S. Davis: (about funny incidents on the Stargate SG-1) You know, most of my humourous memories I can't talk about because they're about things it would makes my friends...everybody knows that Chris Judge, who plays Teal'c, has a flatulence problem, so you know you can't talk about that but most of the memories I have. We were so close during the seven years, there were just crazy things happening, a lot have gotten divorced...several got divorced and several others had babies. I went through a very 'messy' divorce. I had some health problems; I had to replace some of my organs, so it was quite a period.