Mitch (Stargate)

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Biographical information
Planet of origin Earth
Race Tau'ri
Species Human
Socio-political information
Occupation Technician
Allegiance Project Giza
Out of Stargate universe information
Portrayed by John Storey
First appearance Stargate

Mitch was a technician who worked for Project Giza in 1995.


Nothing is known about Mitch except he worked for Catherine Langford as a technician in the Stargate Command control room. He was the one who entered all the coordinates in the dialing computer.

Character's evolution

Stargate (1995)

When Doctor Daniel Jackson finds the last symbol to make the Stargate working, Doctor Gary Meyers asks Mitch to show the glyph details on the main monitor. Mitch enable it while typing on a keyboard. The Stargate inner ring is spinning, the monitor is showing the glyphs one after the other. Suddendly, Jackson asks to stop. He asks for a pen, finds it inside Mitch's pocket and begins to sketch on the monitor. Mitch tries to stop him with no success.

During the dialing sequence, Mitch checks the power. When the seventh chevron engages, he asks to overload manually the generator. When the Stargate kawooshes, Mitch's mouth is wide open, and the pencil stucked in his teeth falls on the keyboard.

Just before the first expedition led by Colonel Jack O'Neill leaves Stargate Command, Mitch and Jenny checklist all the expedition stuff.