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  • bradchristopher1bradchristopher1 Member Posts: 307
    edited May 2015
    how about Peter Weller?

    played John Frederick Paxton on Enterprise as well as Admiral Marcus in the ST ID reboot. ;)

    didn't he do some movies as a recovering robotic police officer before trekking?
  • salacnar070890salacnar070890 Member Posts: 418 Bug Hunter
    edited July 2015
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  • princekollinprincekollin Member Posts: 7 Arc User
    Tank Girl was in a voyager episode
  • wildthyme467989wildthyme467989 Member Posts: 1,237 Arc User
    Tank Girl was in a voyager episode

    Lori Petty, also in Orange is the New Black according to IMDB.com
  • zedbrightlander1zedbrightlander1 Member Posts: 14,069 Arc User
    shevet wrote: »
    There's a few interesting crossovers with various other SF shows. Well, I think they're interesting, anyway.

    Nick Tate, who did a guest spot as Captain Dirgo in the TNG episode "Final Mission", was a regular as space pilot Alan Carter in Space: 1999.

    Carolyn Seymour appeared in three different TNG episodes, and had a sort of semi-recurring role as the hologram "Mrs Templeton" in Voyager, but is best known to me for playing Abby Grant in the original 1976 series of Survivors on the BBC.

    Daphne Ashbrook, the eponymous guest star of the DS9 episode "Melora", evidently has a bit of a thing for doctors, playing Grace Holloway, the Eighth Doctor's companion in the 1996 Doctor Who TV movie.

    Linda Thorson, the Cardassian Gul Ocett in the TNG episode "The Chase", is best known as Tara King in The Avengers.

    ... all I can think of, off the top of my head. There's bound to be more.

    Yeah. I know that Voice Work in games is not beneath Carolyn Seymour. She did work on SW- KotOR as Bastila's mother, and Admiral, and a few incidental citizens. She could easily play any part. Even reprise her role the Romulan, Commander Toreth ( up that rank, of course ).

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  • wildthyme467989wildthyme467989 Member Posts: 1,237 Arc User
    shevet wrote: »
    Carolyn Seymour appeared in three different TNG episodes, and had a sort of semi-recurring role as the hologram "Mrs Templeton" in Voyager, but is best known to me for playing Abby Grant in the original 1976 series of Survivors on the BBC.

    She also stars as Abby Grant in the Audio Drama production of Survivors (which also stars Chase Masterson) and also reads the audiobook of the Terry Nation Novelisation of the original series, both from Big Finish Productions http://www.bigfinish.com/releases/popout/survivors-by-terry-nation-audiobook-1147
  • westmetalswestmetals Member Posts: 4,170 Arc User
    edited August 2015
    While he was by no means a "guest star" on either series (main cast on one and a frequent recurring minor character on the other).... toward the end of Deep Space Nine (during seasons 5-7), Armin Shimerman (Quark) did about two and a third seasons of double duty as... Principal Snyder, of Sunnydale High School, in seasons 1 through 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. (He was written in in the season 1 episode "The Puppet Show" (1x9) after the original principal was killed off in "The Pack" (1x6), and was killed off himself in the season 3 two-part finale, "Graduation Day" (3x21/22), appearing in a total of nineteen episodes.)

    It's kind of odd seeing him without the Ferengi makeup.

    Also, Bill Mumy (Lennier, from Babylon 5) was also the engineer in DS9's "The Siege of AR-558"

    And... Erika Flores, who played Marissa, the girl in the turbolift shaft, in TNG's "Disaster" (and who later became the star of one of the best-known Star Trek fanfic series), was also the original Colleen on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (the part was recast about halfway through the series)
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  • anjc#8825 anjc Member Posts: 291 Arc User
    I should of been on star trek, could of defeated the borg with the power of america
  • slambert1963#3193 slambert1963 Member Posts: 3 New User
    > @druhin said:
    > Ashley Judd, who played Wesley's love interest in Season 5's "The Game".
    > She was pretty hot back then (and still is) :)

    She was in two episodes
  • slambert1963#3193 slambert1963 Member Posts: 3 New User
    Joan Collins---Edith Keeler TOS:"City on the Edge of Forever"
  • slambert1963#3193 slambert1963 Member Posts: 3 New User
    > @t0xsick2 said:
    > Any even gonna dare bring up Tim Russ before he landed his Tuvok role? :D

    He did Screen Test for Geordi LaForge role
    He appeared four times in Star Trek roles
    His first appearance in the Star Trek line was as a tactical LT on 1701B in Generations
    His first assignment as Tuvok was on the Excelsior under Captain Sulu in Undiscovered Country
    He played a Klingon once on DS9, and in the mirror universe as a Terran Resistance fighter
    TNG: He played a merc in Starship Mine
    He is now a member of Section 31 in ST:Renegades working with Admiral Chekov
  • roadrunner74#3978 roadrunner74 Member Posts: 5 Arc User
    I went through this whole thread and could not believe no one mentioned Kelsey Grammer!
  • lorne12lorne12 Member Posts: 90 Arc User
    I think it's time for Andrew Robinson as Garak!
    You read an lorne12™ post

  • tostrekkie7tostrekkie7 Member Posts: 50 Arc User
    Yay, I think I got one no one's mentioned yet.

    The lovely Adrienne Barbeau (Maude, Swamp Thing)
    Played Cretak in the DS9 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges
  • daveynydaveyny Member Posts: 8,226 Arc User
    Yay, I think I got one no one's mentioned yet.

    The lovely Adrienne Barbeau (Maude, Swamp Thing)
    Played Cretak in the DS9 episode Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges

    Oh my god...
    I was sooo in love with her TRIBBLE after seeing The FOG & Swamp Thing movies.

    Rampant hormones ruled back in the '80's!

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  • vawtonvawton Member Posts: 1 Arc User
    John Tesh as one of the holographic Klingons in the TNG episode The Icarus Factor.
  • vetteguy904vetteguy904 Member Posts: 2,958 Arc User
    Brian Tochi, who played one of the orphan kids in "and the children shall lead" whet on to have a fairly big carreer, nad was in all four Revnge of the nerds movies and also was an ensign in TNG

  • vetteguy904vetteguy904 Member Posts: 2,958 Arc User
    Jack Donner, who played Subcommander tal in the enterprise incident, also returned to star trek enterprise in "home" and "kishara" as a vulcan priest He also played in J edgar as his dad, and as a priest in Stigmata

  • bwleon7bwleon7 Member Posts: 310 Arc User

    Maurishka Taliaferro

    Taliaferro was an exotic and sought-after model in the 1960s, who used her success in modelling to get a role on Star Trek, of which she was a huge fan.

    Maurishka was the first celebrity to use their clout to get a cameo role on Star Trek,

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    Mr. Spock: And the ways our differences combine, to create meaning and beauty.

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  • captainwellscaptainwells Member Posts: 635 Arc User
    hawku001x wrote: »
    kim cattrail as Lt. Valeris in Undiscovered Country, from sex and the city.........

    *changes the channel quickly*

    Still unfortunate that the original plan to have that character actually be Saavik never occurred. That betrayal would have been a real gut punch for fans (plus served The Undiscovered Country storyline far better!!
  • tnburn72#7641 tnburn72 Member Posts: 4 Arc User
    teluas wrote: »
    Mick Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac) - ST:TNG "Manhunt" (he was one of the fish guys) http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Mick_Fleetwood

    Stephen Hawking - ST:TNG "Descent" http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Stephen_Hawking

    I actually didn't know Fleetwood was in an episode until a few months ago when i was browsing around and found a list of ST guest actors. My wife is a Fleetwood Mac fan, so I thought it was interesting. :)

    /\ wasn't he also Mr. Homm, Luwaxana's servant?
  • wildthyme467989wildthyme467989 Member Posts: 1,237 Arc User
    That was Carel Struycken, Lurch in the Addams Family movies
  • hawku001xhawku001x Member Posts: 10,465 Arc User
    Since 2014 we've been working on this. Hopefully we'll get there. Oh! Chris Hemsworth was on the first Star Trek. He was from Thor.
  • admiralnatadmiralnat Member Posts: 22,432 Arc User
    Rewatched The Best of Both Worlds a little while ago, and spotted this guy. Didn't find him in a quick thread search, so I'll point him out:
    Admiral J.P. Hanson, played by George Murdock. You might also recognize him as "God" from STV, and if you've ever watched the original Battlestar Galactica, you might recognize him as a certain doctor... :smiley:
    hawku001x wrote: »
    Since 2014 we've been working on this. Hopefully we'll get there. Oh! Chris Hemsworth was on the first Star Trek. He was from Thor.
    This is only page 4. We must work harder. I'm sure I can roll out a few more pages worth of posts by the end of the hour... :tongue:​​
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  • zedbrightlander1zedbrightlander1 Member Posts: 14,069 Arc User
    I should of been on star trek, could of defeated the borg with the power of america
    Well, we all know what a nerd he is, so he might be playing this game right now. :p
    While I'd get a kick out of it, I could not take Captain Tek Jansen seriously.

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  • spock#1073 spock Member Posts: 18 Arc User
    Stephen Hawking from TNG The Descent Pt. 1...
  • fishnoobfishnoob Member Posts: 25 Arc User
    edited November 2017
    Don't forget when Madea dressed up like a man and was in star trek into darkness.350?cb=20121213023432&path-prefix=en

  • fishnoobfishnoob Member Posts: 25 Arc User
    edited November 2017
    do you smeeeellllllllllll what 7 of 9.....is.....cooking!!2012-08-08_RockKim.jpg

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