(1993) Recorded "William Shatner
and Leonard Nimoy Read Four Science Fiction Classics" featuring stories by Isaac Asimov
, Ray Bradbury
, Henry Kuttner
and Robert A. Heinlein
(1974) Poetry book: "Warmed By Love"
(2000s) Audio book: Narrates "Alien Voices Presents H.G. Wells' 'The Time Machine'"
(June 1995) Biography (of Vincent van Gogh
(1997) Audio book: Narrated "Star Trek: Vulcan's Forge"
Created the "Primortals" comic book series.TV commercial
: Oldsmobile cars ("This is not your father's Oldsmobile" with daughter Julie Nimoy
Narrated the "New England Time Capsule" Omnimax film for the Boston Museum of Science.
(Late 1960s-early 1970s) Recorded several albums of folk-rock including camp classic versions of "Proud Mary" and "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" (some of these songs were issued in the 1990s on the CD "Spaced Out")
Video game: Narrated the English-language version of the Sega Dreamcast video game "Seaman."
(1983) Hosted a one-hour retrospective on Star Trek. This special has since been added to some syndication packages of "Star Trek"
(1984) Music video: Appeared in The Bangles
video "Going Down to Liverpool"
(1987) Album: Narrrated "Whales Alive" by Paul Winter and Paul Halley. The album was made to call attention to the endangerment of whales and was released to capitalize on the themes of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home
A "music video" is in circulation showing Nimoy lip-synching "Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" on a 1960s TV show.
(2004) TV commercial
: Priceline.com (with William Shatner
Played Spock on two comedic live recordings with John de Lancie
, entitled "Spock vs. Q" and "Spock vs. Q: The Sequel."
Audio CD: "William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy Read 4 Science Fiction Classics: Foundation, Psychohistorians, Mimsy Were The Borogoves, and Martian Chronicles."
(October 1989) Audio CD: Narrates, with J.M. Dillard and James Doohan
, "Star Trek: The Lost Years"
(2004) TV commercial
: Aleve pain relief medication
(1970s) Magazine advertisement: Celestron telescopes
(October 2006) TV commercial
: DirecTV as Capt. Spock from Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
(1991); appears on the bridge of the Starship Enterprise with William Shatner
as Capt. James T. Kirk, DeForest Kelley
as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, James Doohan
as Captain Montgomery "Scotty" Scott, Walter Koenig
as Cmdr. Pavel Chekov, Nichelle Nichols
as Cmdr. Uhura, George Takei
as Capt. Hikaru Sulu and Kim Cattrall
as Lt. Valeris.
(October 1989) Audio book: Narrates, with J.M. Dillard, "Star Trek V"
(1988) TV commercial
(PSA): various childhood diseases
(2003) Referenced by 'Weird Al' Yankovic
on the track "Albquerque" on his CD "Poodle Hat"
(2006) TV Spokesperson for non-profit organization Amnesty International.
Video game: Narrates "Sid Meier's Civilization IV" video game.
(Late 1980s) Audio book: Provided the voice of Spock on audio adaptation of "Star Trek" novel "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home"
(Late 1980s) Audio book: Provided the voice of Spock on audio adaptation of "Star Trek" novel "Strangers from the Sky"
(Late 1980s) Audio book: Provided the voice of Spock on audio adaptation of "Star Trek" novel "Yesterday's Son"
(Late 1980s) Audio book: Provided the voice of Spock on audio adaptation of "Star Trek" novel "The Entropy Effect"
(2000s) Audio book: Narrates "Alien Voices Presents Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Lost World'"
(2000s) Audio book: Narrates "Alien Voices Presents H.G. Wells' 'War of the Worlds'"
(2000s) Audio book: Narrates "Alien Voices Presents Jules Verne's 'Journey to the Center of the Earth'"
(1998) Foreword: Wrote the foreword for Grace Lee Whitney
's autobiography, "The Longest Trek: My Tour of the Galaxy"
Poetry book: "You and I"
(1974) Poetry book: "Will I Think of You?"
(1977) Book: "We Are All Searching for Love: A Collection of Poems and Photographs"
Poetry book: "These Words Are For You"
(1978) Poetry book: "Come Be With Me"
(1988) Voice from the original "Star Trek"
(1966) series episode "Errand of Mercy" speaking the phrase, "Pure energy" used in music video by Information Society called "What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy)".
Stage: Appeared in "Equus" on Broadway
Stage: Appeared in "Camelot" on Broadway
Stage: Appeared in "Oliver" on Broadway
Stage: Appeared in "Fiddler on the Roof" on Broadway
(March 22, 1979) Guested on the daytime program "Afternoon Exchange" to talk about the play "Vincent" which he starred in at the Drury Playhouse.
(May 29, 1989) Guest on "Live on Five" talking about "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier".
(May 29, 1989) Guest on "Live on Five".
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