Dead Star Trek Actors/Actresses

We all loved these actors and actresses . It was heartbreaking when they passed away. Here is a list to show the ones who have sadly passed on.
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Leonard Nimoy
Actor, Star Trek
Leonard Simon Nimoy was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to Dora (Spinner) and Max Nimoy, who owned a barbershop. His parents were Ukrainian Jewish immigrants. Raised in a tenement and acting in community theaters since age eight, Nimoy did not make his Hollywood debut until he was 20, with a bit part in Queen for a Day and another as a ballplayer in the perennial Rhubarb...
“ as Mr. Spock
March 26, 1931 - February 27, 2015 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Christine Chapel
February 23, 1932 - December 18, 2008 ” - auroraTerra
DeForest Kelley
Actor, Star Trek
Jackson DeForest Kelley was born on January 20, 1920 in Toccoa, Georgia, to Clora (Casey) and Ernest David Kelley. He graduated from high school at age 16 and went on to sing at the Baptist church where his father was a minister. At age 17, he made his first trip outside the state to visit an uncle in Long Beach...
“ as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy
January 20, 1920 - June 11, 1999 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Montgomery Scott "Scotty"
March 3, 1920 - July 20, 2005 ” - auroraTerra
Grace Lee Whitney
Grace Lee Whitney was a versatile actress and vocalist born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Beginning as a "girl singer" on Detroit's WJR radio, she soon opened in nightclubs for Billie Holiday and Buddy Rich, and toured with the Spike Jones and Fred Waring Bands. Grace debuted on Broadway in "Top Banana"...
“ as Yeoman Janice Rand
April 1, 1930 - May 1, 2015 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Sarek
October 15, 1924 - November 22, 1996 ” - auroraTerra
Jeffrey Hunter
Jeffrey Hunter was born Henry Herman McKinnies Jr. on November 25, 1926 in New Orleans, Louisiana, an only child. His parents met at the University of Arkansas, and when he was almost four his family moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In his teens, he acted in productions of the North Shore Children's Theater...
“ as Captain Christopher Pike
November 25, 1926 - May 27, 1969 ” - auroraTerra
Yvonne Craig
Actress, Batman
Yvonne Joyce Craig was born on May 16, 1937 in Taylorville, Illinois. As a young teenager, Yvonne showed such promise as a dancer that she was accepted to Denham's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Her training progressed until she left the company in 1957 over a disagreement on casting changes. She moved to Los Angeles hoping to continue her dancing...
“ as Marta
May 16, 1937 - August 17, 2015 ” - auroraTerra
Roger C. Carmel
Roger C. Carmel, who was born September 27, 1932, was named after his grandfather, Roger Charles, who carved the horses for the carousel in New York's Central Park. He became an actor and won television immortality by appearing as Harry Mudd in two classic "Star Trek" episodes, "I, Mudd" and "Mudd's Women." Carmel was one of the few actors...
“ as Harcourt "Harry" Fenton Mudd
September 27, 1932 - November 11, 1986 ” - auroraTerra
Anton Yelchin
Actor, Star Trek
Anton Yelchin was an American actor, known for playing Bobby in Hearts in Atlantis, Chekov in the Star Trek reboot, Charlie Brewster in the Fright Night remake, and Jacob in Like Crazy. He was born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), Russia, USSR, to a Jewish family. His parents, Irina Korina and Viktor Yelchin...
“ as Pavel Chekov (2009 Reboot)
March 11 1989 - June 19, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
Malachi Throne
Malachi Throne, the character actor who became one of the more ubiquitous faces on television from the "Golden Age" of the 1950s through the 21st Century, was born in New York City on December 1, 1928, the son of Samuel and Rebecca Throne, who had immigrated to America from the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He began performing at an early age...
“ as Commodore Mendez & The Keeper Voice
December 1, 1928 - March 13, 2013 ” - auroraTerra
William Windom
A man of all mediums, this veteran, Manhattan-born character actor was named after his great-grandfather, Lincolnesque Congressman William Windom. Born in 1923, the son of Paul Windom, an architect, and the former Isobel Wells Peckham, Bill attended Williams College and the University of Kentucky, among others...
“ as Commodore Matt Decker
September 28, 1923 - August 16, 2012 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Trelane
October 30, 1923 - April 28, 2011 ” - auroraTerra
Susan Oliver
Actress, Peyton Place
Susan Oliver was born on February 13, 1932 in New York City. Her parents divorced when she was just three years old. One of the highlights of an economically challenged childhood during the Great Depression was the time she was spent in and around Pennsylvania's Hedgerow Theatre, known today as "America's First Repertory Theatre." Co-founded by Ms...
“ as Vina
February 13, 1932 - May 10, 1990 ” - auroraTerra
Celia Lovsky
Actress, Soylent Green
Daughter of Bretislav Lvovsky (1857-1910), a minor Czech opera composer, Celia was born in Vienna where she trained at the Royal Academy of Arts and Music. She was a rising stage star in Vienna and Berlin in 1929, when she met future husband Peter Lorre. Celia accompanied the Jewish Lorre when he fled Hitler's Berlin to Vienna in 1933...
“ as T'Pau
February 21, 1897 - October 12, 1979 ” - auroraTerra
Elisha Cook Jr.
Although this pint-sized actor started out in films often in innocuous college-student roles in mid-30s rah-rahs, playing alongside the likes of a pretty Gloria Stuart or a young, pre-"Oz" Judy Garland, casting directors would soon enough discover his flair for portraying intense neurotics or spineless double-dealers...
“ as Samuel T. Cogley
December 26, 1903 - May 18, 1995 ” - auroraTerra
Persis Khambatta
Persis Khambatta was born on October 2, 1948 in Bombay, India. At age 17, as Femina Miss India, she entered Miss Universe 1965, dressed in off-the-rack clothes she bought at the last minute. Khambatta became a model for companies such as Revlon. Her biggest acting break was getting the role of Lieutenant Ilia...
“ as Lieutenant Ilia
October 2, 1948 - August 18, 1998 ” - auroraTerra
“ as The Keeper
February 15, 1917 - January 1, 2002 ” - auroraTerra
John Fiedler
Typical of busy character actors, Fiedler made his face (and voice) recognizable to millions. Many know the bald-pated Fiedler as therapy patient "Mr. Peterson" on The Bob Newhart Show; others might first recognize him for the 1968 movie, The Odd Couple, and spin-off TV show, The Odd Couple, or perhaps even from the Broadway play that preceded them...
“ as Mr. Hengist
February 3, 1925 - June 25, 2005 ” - auroraTerra
Jane Wyatt
Born in Campgaw, New Jersey, Jane Waddington Wyatt came from a New York family of social distinction (her father was a Wall Street investment banker and her mother was a drama critic). Jane was raised from the age of three months in New York City and attended the fashionable Chapin School and later Barnard College...
“ as Amanda Grayson
August 12, 1910 - October 20, 2006 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Lee Kelso
February 1, 1934 - February 17, 2006 ” - auroraTerra
Michael Strong
Actor, Patton
While never one of the big names on screen, Michael Strong was one of those excellent method actors who were often compelling to watch. Unsurprisingly, many of Michael's screen characters were typical New Yorkers, whether they be cops or thugs, and he imbued them with an edgy 'in-your-face' intensity that was all his own...
“ as Dr. Roger Korby
February 8, 1918 - September 17, 1980 ” - auroraTerra
James Gregory
One of the most beloved actors of all, James Gregory was born December 23, 1911, in the Bronx and grew up in New Rochelle, N.Y. In high school, he was elected president of the Drama Club. He went to work on Wall Street as a runner shortly after the 1929 crash. James Gregory performed in drama groups and achieved pro status as a summer stock player in 1935...
“ as Dr. Tristan Adams
December 23, 1911 - September 16, 2002 ” - auroraTerra
Ricardo Montalban
Handsome Ricardo Montalban was the epitome of continental elegance, charm and grace on film and television and in the late 1940s and early 1950s reinvigorated the Rudolph Valentino / Ramon Novarro "Latin Lover" style in Hollywood without achieving top screen stardom. Moreover, unlike most minority actors of his time...
“ as Khan Noonien Singh
November 25, 1920 - January 14, 2009 ” - auroraTerra
Robert Lansing
Robert Lansing was an actor whose tall stature, tough looks and commanding manner belied an often thoughtful and introspective screen personality. Not that acting had necessarily been his only choice - there was jazz. As a youngster, he played drums with various dance bands and was bitten by the acting bug after performing in and directing high school plays...
“ as Gary Seven
June 5, 1928 - October 23, 1994 ” - auroraTerra
Glenn Corbett
Actor, Route 66
An American lead actor and supporting actor, rugged and commanding Glenn Corbett's background didn't seem like it would lead to Hollywood stardom. The son of a garage mechanic, Corbett served a hitch in the Navy and later met Judy, the woman who would become his wife, while she was working at a college...
“ as Zefram Cochrane
August 17, 1933 - January 16, 1993 ” - auroraTerra
Frank Overton
Perpetually serious-looking New York-born character actor, who showed up to good effect in many TV shows of the 50's and 60's. His quietly authoritarian demeanor lent itself ideally to portraying characters with badges or uniforms: Sheriff Heck Tate in To Kill a Mockingbird, General Bogan of Strategic Air Command in Fail-Safe and Major Harvey Stovall of Bomber Group 918 in 12 O'Clock High...
“ as Elias Sandoval
March 12, 1918 - April 24, 1967 ” - auroraTerra
Liam Sullivan
Liam Sullivan was schooled at Illinois College while having his first fling with the acting profession in regional theater. He then studied drama at Harvard, made his way to New York and first appeared on Broadway in "The Constant Nymph" in 1951. He later returned to the West Coast to perform in an LA stage production of "Mary Stuart"...
“ as Parmen
May 18, 1923 - April 18, 1998 ” - auroraTerra
Charles Napier
Lively character actor who usually plays bodybuilding military types and menacing bad guys. Charles Napier's roles have changed little since his debut in Russ Meyer's Cherry, Harry & Raquel!. Napier went on appearing in other Meyer movies, including the homicidal Harry Sledge in Supervixens and also became a regular playing smaller roles for Jonathan Demme...
“ as Adam
April 12, 1936 - October 5, 2011 ” - auroraTerra
Ted Cassidy
Ted Cassidy was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and raised in Philippi, West Virginia. He was a well respected actor who portrayed many different characters during his film and television career. His most notable role was Lurch, the faithful butler on the television series The Addams Family. His most memorable dialogue as Lurch would be...
“ as Ruk and Balok (Voice)
July 31, 1932 - January 16, 1979 ” - auroraTerra
Jill Ireland
Actress, Death Wish II
Jill Ireland was an Anglo-American actress best-known for her appearance as "Leila Kalomi", the only woman Mr. Spock ever loved (in the Star Trek episode, This Side of Paradise) and for her many supporting roles in the movies of Charles Bronson, her second husband. She is also known for her battle with breast cancer...
“ as Leila Kalomi
April 24, 1936 - May 18, 1990 ” - auroraTerra
Booker Bradshaw
Actor, Coffy
Bradshaw, disillusioned and working at his Father's Life Insurance Company, applied his singing talents on the "Ted Mack Family Hour" (1951). After this he studied at Harvard to earn a degree in English. At Harvard he met Joan Baez and played at Carnegie Hall, he also honed his acting skills at Harvard...
“ Dr. M'Benga
May 21, 1940 - April 1, 2003 ” - auroraTerra
Warren Stevens
Warren Stevens was born in Pennsylvania and joined the Navy at age 17. His interest in acting was piqued while he was attending Annapolis, and this resulted in 12 weeks of summer stock in Virginia. His friends, Gregory Peck and Kenneth Tobey, later arranged interviews for Stevens at the renowned Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City...
“ as Rojan
November 2, 1919 - March 27, 2012 ” - auroraTerra
Paul Winfield
Signifying intelligence, eloquence, versatility and quiet intensity, one of the more important, critically acclaimed black actors to gain a Hollywood foothold in the 1970s was Paul Winfield. Born in 1939 in Los Angeles, he lived there in his early years before moving with his family to Los Angeles' Watts district...
“ as Captain Clark Terrell
May 22, 1939 - March 7, 2004 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Dr. David Marcus
September 3, 1959 - March 17, 1989 ” - auroraTerra
Karen Steele
Actress, Marty
Karen Steele was born on March 20, 1931, in Honolulu, Hawaii. A former cover girl and model, she was one of the most strikingly beautiful actresses to ever work in film and television. She went to the University of Hawaii and to Rollins College in Florida before gracing our film screens with her first film in 1952...
“ as Eve McHuron
March 20, 1931 - March 12, 1988 ” - auroraTerra
Madge Sinclair
Actress, The Lion King
Madge Sinclair was born Madge Dorita Walters on April 28 1938 in Kingston, Jamaica, married young and had two sons. Madge worked as a teacher in Jamaica until she was 30. She left her two boys with their father and went to New York City to be an actress. She began modeling and later acted with the New York Shakespearean Festival and at Joseph Papp's Public Theatre...
“ as Saratoga Captain
April 20, 1938 - December 20, 1995 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Klingon Commander Kor
December 10, 1928 - March 6, 2000 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Bela Oxmyx
April 7, 1916 - April 4, 2003 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Jojo Krako
January 6, 1930 - May 25, 1990 ” - auroraTerra
Bibi Besch
Bibi Besch was born in Vienna, Austria, to race car driver Gotfrid Köchert and actress Gusti Huber. She was a very busy supporting actress who had worked in television for over twenty years before being nominated for an Emmy Award as a supporting actress for Doing Time on Maple Drive and another in 1993 for a guest appearance on Northern Exposure...
“ as Dr. Carol Marcus
February 1, 1940 - September 7, 1996 ” - auroraTerra
Frank Gorshin
Frank John Gorshin Jr. was born on April 5, 1933 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His father, Frank John Sr., was a railroad worker and his mother, Frances, was a seamstress. While in high school, Frank worked as an usher at the Sheridan Square Theatre and began doing impressions of some of his screen idols: Al Jolson...
“ as Bele
April 5, 1933 - May 17, 2005 ” - auroraTerra
Kellie Waymire
Received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre from Southern Methodist University in Dallas and graduated in 1993 from University of California at San Diego with a Masters of Fine Arts.
“ Elizabeth Cutler
July 27, 1967 - November 13, 2003 ” - auroraTerra
Michael Ansara
Born in a small village in Syria, Michael Ansara came to the United States with his American parents at the age of two, living in New England, until the family's relocation to California ten years later. He entered Los Angeles City College with the intention of becoming a doctor, but got sidetracked into the dramatics department...
“ as Kang
April 15, 1922 - July 31, 2013 ” - auroraTerra
Angelique Pettyjohn
Born Dorothy Lee Perrins in Los Angeles, California on March 11, 1943, Angelique Pettyjohn began modeling at a very young age. She also took advantage of her living in the locus of "American Dreams" by studying acting. Pettyjohn made her movie debut at age 21, under the name "Angelique", in the low-budget The Love Rebellion...
“ as Shahna
March 11, 1943 - February 14, 1992 ” - auroraTerra
Cecily Adams
Casting Director, That '70s Show
American actress, casting director, teacher, and theatrical director. The daughter of nightclub singer Adelaide Adams and Get Smart star Don Adams, she was born in Queens, New York, several months after her parents' divorce. Raised in peripatetic fashion by her mother, she survived a particularly Dickensian Catholic boarding school as a toddler...
“ as Ishka "Moogie"
February 6, 1958 - March 3, 2004 ” - auroraTerra
Arlene Martel
Arlene Martel is well-known to Star Trek fans as Spock's Vulcan bride, T'Pring, in the episode, Amok Time. Born Arlene Greta Sax on April 14, 1936 in New York City, she spent her early years in one of the poorest slums in the Bronx. When her mother's boss saw her poor living conditions, he personally underwrote her attendance at an upper-crust boarding school in Connecticut...
“ as T'Pring
April 14, 1936 - August 12, 2014 ” - auroraTerra
Keye Luke
Actor, Gremlins
Keye Luke was born in Canton, China. He grew up in Seattle, Washington, and entered the film business as a commercial artist and a designer of movie posters. He was hired as a technical advisor on several Asian-themed films, and made his film debut in The Painted Veil. It seemed that he appeared in almost every film that called for Chinese characters...
“ as Donald Cory
June 18, 1904 - January 12, 1991 ” - auroraTerra
Paul Fix
Paul Fix, the well-known movie and TV character actor who played "Marshal Micah Torrance" on the TV series The Rifleman, was born Peter Paul Fix on March 13, 1901 in Dobbs Ferry, New York to brew-master Wilhelm Fix and his wife, the former Louise C. Walz. His mother and father were German immigrants who had left their Black Forest home and arrived in New York City in the 1870s...
“ as Dr. Mark Piper
March 13, 1901 - October 14, 1983 ” - auroraTerra
Madlyn Rhue
American character actress Madlyn Rhue was one of television's most prolific actresses and has starred in everything from sitcoms to soap operas to drama series and films for nearly 40 years. Her beautiful looks, black/dark brown hair and hazel eyes got her the attention of television producers and she found herself guest starring on such series as Rawhide...
“ as Marla McGivers
October 3, 1935 - December 16, 2003 ” - auroraTerra
Michael Dunn
Michael Dunn was born Gary Neil Miller in Oklahoma. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller. They moved to Detroit, Michigan, in 1938. Dunn was 5 years old when he knew he'd be a dwarf but was determined not to let it stop him or make him dependent. He graduated from Detroit's Redford High School in 1951...
“ as Alexander
October 20, 1934 - August 30, 1973 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Ayelborne
June 5, 1905 - May 24, 1996 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Mission Control Director
August 18, 1916 - September 7, 2014 ” - auroraTerra
Whit Bissell
Whit Bissell came to Hollywood in the 1940s, and by the time he retired he had appeared in more than 200 movies and scores of TV series. He is best known for playing the evil scientist who turned Michael Landon into a half beast in the 1957 cult classic film I Was a Teenage Werewolf. Bissell specialized in playing doctors...
“ as Mr. Lurry
October 25, 1909 - March 5, 1996 ” - auroraTerra
“ as The Master Thrall
April 14, 1924 - December 28, 2013 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Cloud William
February 9, 1927 - April 24, 2007 ” - auroraTerra
“ as The Gorgan
July 29, 1907 - July 9, 1996 ” - auroraTerra
Ed Peck
Actor, Bullitt
“ as Colonel Fellini
March 26, 1917 - September 12, 1992 ” - auroraTerra
Jeff Corey
Jeff Corey was a film and television character actor, as well as one of the top acting teachers in America. Corey was born Arthur Zwerling on August 10, 1914 in New York City, New York, to Mary (Peskin), a Russian Jewish immigrant, and Nathan Zwerling, an Austrian Jewish immigrant. He was an indifferent student...
“ as Plasius
August 10, 1914 - Augsut 16, 2002 ” - auroraTerra
Ian Wolfe
Respected character actor whose on-screen work included everything from Shakespeare to Dick Tracy (his last film). After a long apprenticeship in the theatre, the 38-year-old Wolfe finally debuted in films in The Barretts of Wimpole Street, recreating his Broadway role. He then toiled away steadily in Hollywood for the next several decades...
“ as Septimus/Mr. Atoz
November 4, 1896 - January 23, 1992 ” - auroraTerra
Kathie Browne
Actress, Hondo
Kathie Browne was born Jacqueline Katherine Browne in San Luis Obispo, California on September 19, 1930. She got her break in TV after appearing in a Los Angeles production of Tennessee Williams's play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" (1958), making her debut in 1957 in the Western TV series, The Gray Ghost, The Sheriff of Cochise, and Gunsmoke...
“ as Deela
September 19, 1930 - April 8, 2003 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Schmitter
July 26, 1923 - August 15, 2012 ” - auroraTerra
Ken Lynch
If there was ever an actor born to play a tough Irish cop, it was Ken Lynch, and he played so many of them in his long career that he could probably do it in his sleep. His suspicious manner, aggressive attitude, steely eyes and snarling voice broke down many a quavering suspect. He also played military officers...
“ as Vanderberg
July 15, 1910 - February 13, 1990 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Goro
November 16, 1892 - May 18, 1981 ” - auroraTerra
Charlene Polite
Actress, Memory of Us
Born in Ohio, Charlene graduated from Youngstown University, in the mid-1960s, where she married her first husband, poet Frank Polite. Following graduation, she acted in regional theater, including the Pittsburgh (PA) Playhouse, where she had a post-graduate scholarship. Later, she moved to San Francisco...
“ as Vanna
June 30, 1943 - June 21, 1999 ” - auroraTerra
Michael Pataki
Actor, Rocky IV
Excellent, prolific and versatile character actor Michael Pataki had a long, varied and impressive career in both movies and TV shows, alike, that spanned a little over 50 years. Pataki was born on January 16, 1938 in Youngstown, Ohio. He attended the University of Southern California as a double major in Drama and Political Science...
“ as Korax
January 16, 1938 - April 15, 2010 ” - auroraTerra
Billy Curtis
Diminutive American actor Billy Curtis avoided the usual onus of freak-show employment as a youth, opting for a mainstream job as a shoe clerk. Encouraged by stock company actress Shirley Booth to take a little person role in a stage production, Curtis soon became a professional actor, with numerous Broadway musical productions to his credit...
“ as The Copper Skinned Ambassador
June 27, 1909 - November 9, 1988 ” - auroraTerra
Percy Rodrigues
A symbol of intelligence, leadership and moral strength in his various 1960s and 1970s roles, African-Canadian actor Percy Rodrigues rose in Hollywood stature during the late 1960s following a couple of earlier Broadway appearances. The serenely handsome, distinguished-looking actor also became notable...
“ as Commodore Stone
June 13, 1918 - September 6, 2007 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Charlene Masters
August 27, 1933 - October 11, 2010 ” - auroraTerra
Lee Bergere
Actor, Dynasty
Born in Brooklyn, Bergere began his career in 1936 as understudy to Danny Kaye in the Broadway production of "Lady in the Dark", with Gertrude Lawrence. His television debut was with James Dean in the live production of "Thunder on Sycamore Street". A World War II veteran, he was in charge of entertainment services for soldiers serving in North Africa...
“ as Abraham Lincoln
April 10, 1918 - January 31, 2007 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Natira
December 4, 1938 - June 5, 2013 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Ben Finney
September 15, 1915 - June 10, 1993 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Garth of Izar
August 7, 1934 - May 12, 1972 ” - auroraTerra
Joan Marshall
Actress, Bold Venture
Born on June 9, 1931 in Chicago, Illinois, Joan Marshall attended St. Clement's School. Looking far more mature than her age would indicate, when she was just 14 years old she auditioned for, and was hired, as a showgirl at Chicago's Chez Paree, one of the country's foremost nightclubs in the 1940s and 1950s...
“ as Lt. Areel Shaw
June 19, 1931 - June 28, 1992 ” - auroraTerra
William Schallert
The son of Edwin Schallert, drama editor of the "Los Angeles Times" and the dean of West Coast critics, William Schallert became interested in an acting career while at UCLA in 1942. After graduation, he became involved with the Circle Theater (eventually becoming one of its owners) and made his film debut in The Foxes of Harrow...
“ as Nilz Baris
July 6, 1922 - May 8, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Admiral William Ross
January 14, 1941 - August 8, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
Don Marshall
Don Marshall's heyday was on the small screen in the 60's and 70's. The athletic and clean cut actor is best remembered as first officer and co-pilot Dan Erickson in Irwin Allen's ground-breaking science-fiction series Land of the Giants. Having excelled at football, pole vaulting and other sports at college...
“ as Lt. Boma
May 2, 1936 - October 30, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
“ as The Conductor
September 17, 1930 - August 2, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
Richard Libertini
Actor, Awakenings
Richard Libertini was born in E. Cambridge, Massachusetts, to parents who had come to America from southern Italy. Having grown up in a household where both Italian and English were spoken, he developed an ear for foreign accents. A facility he would later use to advantage on stage and in films. He graduated from Emerson College in Boston...
“ as Akorem Laan
May 21, 1933 - January 7, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Chellick
February 21, 1949 - March 17, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
“ as The Horta/Mugato
October 10, 1919 - March 13, 1974 ” - auroraTerra
Torin Thatcher
Associated with gritty, flashy film villainy, veteran character actor Torin Thatcher was born in Bombay, India to British parents on January 15, 1905, and was educated in England at the Bedford School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. A former schoolteacher, he appeared on the London stage in 1927 before entering British films in 1934...
“ as Marplon
January 15, 1905 - March 4, 1981 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Surak
May 16, 1918 - May 24, 1978 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Loken
July 10, 1945 - November 25, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Talur
February 9, 1933- June 14, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Anan 7
January 30, 1918 - April 30, 1996 ” - auroraTerra
Jason Evers
Although probably best known for playing Dr. Bill Corter in the 1962 cult film The Brain That Wouldn't Die, Jason Evers (born Herb Evers in New York City in 1922) has done much more than meets the eye. He quit school to join the army during WWII, and later decided to act after seeing such Hollywood stars as John Wayne and Humphrey Bogart...
“ as Rael
January 2, 1922 - March 13, 2005 ” - auroraTerra
Angela Paton
Actress, Groundhog Day
Paton was described as a "natural comic" and one of the "legends of the local stage" of San Francisco. She is a veteran of the American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.), and also one of A.C.T.'s leading actresses in its first few seasons. After leaving A.C.T. in the early 1970s, Paton and her husband founded and ran the Berkeley Stage Company for a number of years...
“ as Aunt Adah
January 11, 1930 - May 26, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
Fritz Weaver
Fritz Weaver, the American actor, was born on January 19, 1926, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He served in Civilian Public Service as a conscientious objector during World War II, breaking into acting in the early 1950s. He made his Broadway debut in October 1955 in "The Chalk Garden," which garnered five Tony Award nominations...
“ as Kovat
January 19, 1926 - November 26, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
Brian Demonbreun
Brian Demonbreun was the producer and director of the three episodes of Into Thin Air 1 - 3 (1998, 2002, and 2012, respectively). The Sci-Fi adventure was praised for its excellent F/X's and amazing acting and directing, especially where the child actors were used. Brian's career also included acting work in more than 50 episodes of [tt0106145] and also a few episodes of [tt0092455]...
“ as Lt. Andrew Powell/Various Background Officers
November 19, 1959 - November 29, 2016 ” - auroraTerra
Abraham Sofaer
Actor, Quo Vadis
Born on October 1, 1896, in Rangoon, Burma, to Burmese-Jewish parents, distinguished veteran character actor Abraham Sofaer was a one-time schoolteacher in both Rangoon and London. He switched gears to acting after a short time and made his stage debut as a walk-on in William Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice" in 1921...
“ as The Thaosian/Melkotian
October 1, 1896 - January 21, 1988 ” - auroraTerra
Bart La Rue
Bart La Rue was born Jimmie Bartell Larue on October 30, 1932 in Abilene, Texas. His mother was a stay-at-home mother and a housewife. His father was an Attorney who became a Judge in Abilene. Bart returned to Abilene after some years as an actor who had minor roles in television series and commercials...
“ as The Guardian of Forever, Trelane's Father, Provider 1, Yarnek, Roman announcer, and the Ekosian announcer
October 30, 1932 - January 5, 1990 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Claudius Marcus
March 21, 1921 - June 26, 2000 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Colonel Phillip Green
July 16, 1920 - December 22, 2006 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Nomad
April 26, 1916 - July 4, 1989 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Dr. Janet Wallace
May 25, 1933 - January 18, 2014 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Norman
July 1, 1939 - July 26, 1991 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Stella Mudd
May 14, 1929 - December 3, 1982 ” - auroraTerra
“ as Alice Series #1-#250
September 5, 1936 - May 14, 2005 ” - auroraTerra
Tony Young
As the son of radio, TV and film character actor Carleton G. Young, dark, dexterous and good-looking Tony Young was exposed early on to the machinations of the Hollywood industry. Born in New York in 1937, he was raised in Hollywood after his father's on-camera character work increased. Although Tony was offered some film roles in the early 1950s while still a teen...
“ as Kryton
June 28, 1937 - February 26, 2002 ” - auroraTerra