(mid-1970s) Album: Appears on Gene Roddenberry
's LP "Inside Star Trek" on which he is interviewed by Roddenberry.
2 Print Biographies |
9 Interviews |
3 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
6 Magazine Cover Photos |
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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I'm very grateful for the career that I've had. And I'm very grateful for the experiences that Star Trek has afforded me along with my past background. When I look back and think how fortunate I've been to work with some wonderful people and had some marvelous experiences, then I can look at Star Trek and think it's almost like the cream on the coffee. I don't approach it as anything but a ...
When Star Trek
(1966) first aired, he had--unlike most of his co-stars--already been a professional actor for more than 20 years (although he didn't look it at the time, he was more than a decade older than most of the cast).
Catchphrase: "I'm a Doctor, not a..." said whenever McCoy was forced to do something he was unfamiliar with.