(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 |
De Forest Kelley | De Forrest Kelley | DeForrest Kelley | Deforest Kelley | De Kelley | DeForest Kelly
5' 10½" (1.79 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 ...
Had a great love of poetry, both reading and writing that. Later in life, he used to charm Star Trek convention audiences with three poems about Gene Roddenberry
("The Great Bird of the Galaxy") and the Star Trek franchise. They were called "The Big Bird's Dream", "The Dream Goes On" and "The Dream Forever".
Catchphrase: "It's worse than that, he's dead, Jim!" (When Captain Kirk inquired as to the health status of a being or patient who was in bad shape)