Instructor - Acting and Directing: UCLA Extension, Actor's Alley, Sherwood Oaks Experimental Film School, American Institute of Professional Psychology
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Did You Know?
I didn't watch Star Trek
(1966) the first year it was on, before I was on the show. I took one look at the Styrofoam rocks and said: "There's no way I'm going to watch this!".
Often complained about the character, Pavel Andreievich Chekov, he portrayed over the years as having no levity on Star Trek
(1966). As well as getting hurt through the motion pictures and television series.
Unique Chekov accent in which he pronounces V as W, e.g. "nuclear vessels" becomes "nuclear wessels"