It has been almost a year since we last caught up on Twitter with one of our favorite 90′s heartthrob, Devon Sawa; and, if Twitter is any indication, it has a been a busy year for the Now And Then star with an addiction to social media (that we 100% support).
From sharing jokes “a-boat” Canadians, to documenting his work on The CW‘s Nikita, proudly chronicling the life of his basset hound, and offering heartfelt discussion on animal’s rights and current events; the Canadian-born actor offers a perfect blend of light hearted silliness, and endearing passion to his almost 90,000 Twitter followers.
Launch the gallery for a look at some of Devon Sawa’s best tweets from the last year. And, if you are not yet following Mr. Sawa on Twitter, take the leap today! In Sawa’s own words, prepare yourselves for a “SHIT load of tweets. Some will make absolutely no sense and even make you shake your head. WARNING!”
More on Sawa’s current television and film work, including a video of him in the 2013 horror film, A Resurrection, after the jump.
Last fall we saw Sawa’s character, Owen Elliot, promoted to series regular on the CW action dram, Nikita. Sawa and the rest of the cast are now hard at work on the fourth, and sadly final, season. If you have not checked out the show, it is not too late to catch up on it before the final six episodes premiere mid-season. With Season 1 and 2 currently available on DVD (and Netflix), and Season 3 available on DVD in October, there is just enough time to join the Nikita fandom and experience the final season alongside Sawa. Sawa promises fans on twitter that “#NIKITA Mini Series/6 Episode Movie. — The 4th will be the BEST!!!!!”
In addition to kicking ass on Nikita, Sawa also stepped back into horror films with this year’s, A Resurrection. The film, about an outcasted high school student who believes his brother will return from the dead to seek revenge on his killers, premiered in theaters in March 2013. You can check out Devon Sawa in uniform as Deputy Travis in, A Resurrection, in the clip below. The film, also staring Mischa Barton and the late Michael Clarke Duncan, is now available to own on DVD.