Who did George Takei star as in Star Trek?
Hikaru Sulu .
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Answer . Star Trek is a science fiction show created by Gene Roddenberry. It is mainly based on a starship (spaceship) called the U.S.S. Enterprise. The original Star Trek (known as Star Trek or Star Trek: The Original Series (ST:TOS)) has had several different spinoffs, including Star Trek: T…he Next Generation (ST:TNG), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (ST:DS9), Star Trek: Voyager (ST:VOY), and Star Trek: Enterprise (ST:ENT). In addition, a series of several movies have been filmed based on the series and its spinoffs. . Star Trek is an American science fiction entertainment series and media franchise. The Star Trek fictional universe created by Gene Roddenberry is the setting of six television series including the original 1966 Star Trek, in addition to ten feature films with an eleventh completed, released on May 8, 2009. The franchise also extends to dozens of computer and video games, hundreds of novels and instances of fan fiction, several fan-created video productions, as well as a themed attraction in Las Vegas. Beginning with the original TV series and continuing with the subsequent films and series, the franchise has created a cult phenomenon and has spawned many pop culture references. Star Trek is an American science fiction show, science fiction entertainment series and media franchise. The Star Trek fictional universe created by Gene Roddenberry is the setting of six television series including the original 1966 Star Trek, and eleven feature films. The franchise also extends to dozens of computer and video games, hundreds of novels and instances of fan fiction, several fan-created video productions, as well as a themed attraction in Las Vegas. Beginning with the original TV series and continuing with the subsequent films and series, the franchise has created a cult phenomenon and has spawned many pop culture references.. Television wise: The Original Series (1966-1969) The Animated Series (1973-1974) Phase II (Never Aired - Although scripted) The Next Generation (1987-1994) Deep Space Nine (1993-1999) Voyager (1995-2001) Enterprise (2001-2005) Movie wise: The Motion Picture - 1979 The Wrath Of Khan - 1982 The Search For Spock - 1984 The Voyage Home - 1986 The Final Frontier - 1989 The Undiscovered Country - 1991 Generations - 1994 First Contact - 1996 Insurrection - 1998 Nemesis - 2001 Star Trek - 2009 An old tv show. Star Trek is a series of many TV series and movies. It takes place hundreds of years into the future. The main point of all the TV episodes and movies is exploring new worlds and civilizations. There have been many TV series, including The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise. Here I will explain The Original Series. In the 23rd century the starship Enterprise (registration NCC-1701), captained by James T. Kirk, explores the vast reaches of the galaxy. By Captain Kirk's side is Spock, part of an alien species known as Vulcans. Spock is Kirk's First Officer and best friend. Another friend of Kirk's is Leonard McCoy (also known as "Bones" or simply "McCoy"). McCoy is the Enterprise 's doctor and another close friend of Kirk. In the third movie (The Search For Spock) the Enterpise NCC-1701 is destroyed and is replaced by the Enterprise NCC-1701-A . This just BRIEFLY explains the Original Series (and the destruction of the Enterprise in the third movie.) As explained above, there are many other TV series' and movies about Star Trek. Original Series episodes can be found at the link below and includes all three seasons. http://www.youtube.com/show/startrek (MORE)
By this question I assume you want as many people as possible to answer this question, therefore leaving the other people's opinions on here too so that you can compare our opinions. (I just need to state that because people have been deleting other's answers). . I personally liked Star Trek TOS b…est, then Enterprise, and then The Next Generation (and that's simply because those are the only series I've seen so far). - Cat (babyjubjub4ever) (MORE)
If you base it on that 1000 stardates is one year, which is logical, since each season of TNG, DS9 and Voyager progresses 1000 stardates per season, and that the year 2364 is coming to a close at stardate 41986.0, which is the stardate of the episode "The Neutral Zone" in which Data makes a remark t…hat it is that year, you will have a good basis.\nLet us from this agree that the year 2364 stretches from stardate 41000.0 to 41999.9. From that it follows that if we subtract 41 years we will have stardate 0 which will be 2323. Consequently all stardates before January 1st, 2323 will be negative, compare bc.\nFrom this it should be simple to understand that you should take today's year, you will have to convert the months, days, hours, minutes and seconds it has progressed into decimals, subtract 2323 and multiply it by one thousand.\n. \nTo show a few examples, let's say that today's date is January 9th, 2008, as it is. That will become cirka 2008.025. If we subtract 2323 we get -315.975, and if we multiply it by 1000 we get stardate -315975.0.\n. \nIn the example on top, let's say that the episode "The neutral zone" is happening on boxing day. We will be at year 2364.986. Subtract 2323 and get 41.986. Multiply it by 1000 and get stardate 41986.0 as mentioned above.\n. \nBy the way. I have not read this any place, it's just how I picture it to be, so don't take it's validity for granted. (MORE)
Depending on what show of star trek, here is the cast of Star Trek the Original Series: William Shatner: James T. Kirk Leonard Nimoy: Spock DeForest Kelley: Leonard H. "Bones" McCoy James Doohan: Montgomery "Scotty" Scott Nichelle Nichols: Uhura George Takei: Hikaru Sulu Walter Koenig: Pavel Andreie…vich Chekov Grace Lee Whitney: Janice Rand Majel Barrett: Christine Chapel Here is the cast of Star Trek XI (the 2009 movie) Chris Pine: James T. Kirk Zachary Quinto: Spock Leonard Nimoy: Spock Prime Anton Yelchin: Pavel Andreievich Chekov Karl Urban: Leonard H. "Bones" McCoy Simon Pegg: Montgomery "Scotty" Scott Zoe Saldana: Uhura John Cho: Hikaru Sulu (MORE)
STAR TREK. They make more progress in technology and society. Starwars fights over who controls the galaxy and only care about powerand money. they are blood thirsty scumbags. Star trek's Q entitycan flip a ship upside down and blow them up whenever they like.The stupid force can;t do that! Star Tr…ek. I'm assuming TOS Star Trek for this one, but it has beenestablished that the Federation alone could stomp the GalacticEmpire circa The Empire Strikes Back. The Federation has FTLtravel, transporters, and synthesizers. In short, even assumingparity of military tech, the Federation has easier supply lines,immunity to the Immobilizer 418's Gravity Well, the ability to sendmarines to board vessels, probably higher computer processing powerfor hacking, (It's been established that, post-Katana Fleet fiasco,a lot of the ships in the Star Wars universe were decentralizedinto individual units with lesser processing power), sensors andtricorders that would rival the Force to detect entities, andphasers for their ground troops have a little-used but still thereDISRUPT setting. This deserves special mention as you can shootwhat amounts to a PLASMA BOMB at anything. And, finally-- (Warp Storm, somehow) The Imperium of Man somehow gets there. Witha strength of twenty Imperial Guard Regiments, 10 of themvehicular, and two Space Marine chapters, they bring the Galaxy toCompliance. 40k beats all. Sources: Star Trek TOS, Star Trek the Roleplaying Game Warhammer40,000 (MORE)
\nIt would depend upon which series you look at.\nReally, the only nicknames that the crewmembers ever get (in the three series I have seen: tos, tng, and enterprise...) are simply shortened version of the person's name.\nSuch as Spock instead of Mr. Spock...or Chekov instead of Pavel Chekov.\nOr Tr…ip instead of Charles Tucker the Third. (Trip being short for Triple). (MORE)
The movie insurrection is about a group of human like aliens whose plant come under thret when another group of aliens wish to use its powers of youth. It is up to the enterpise crew to save the aliens at any cost. You can download it here //depositfiles.com/files/fhp75qsic
Kirk= William Shatner, Spoc= Leonard Nimoy, McCoy= DeForest Kelly, Scotty= James Doohan, Sulu= George Takei, Uhura= Nichelle Nichols, Chekov= Walter Keonig, Data= Brent Spiner, Picard= Patrick Stewart, Riker= Johnathan Frakes, Troi= Marina Sirtis, Nurse Chapel & TNG computer & Lwaxana Troi= Majel Ba…rrett (Roddenberry's wife) (MORE)
First episode, "The Man Trap" was broadcast on September 8, 1966. The Creator, Gene Roddenberry, had started coming up with the idea about 1964, and first produced a Pilot in the Spring of 1966.
Star Trek: Voyager is a science fiction television series set in the fictional Star Trek universe. The show was created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller, and Jeri Taylor and is the fourth incarnation in the Star Trek series. It was produced for seven seasons, from 1995 to 2001, and is the only Star Tr…ek series to feature a female captain.. Set in the 24th century, the series follows the adventures of the Starfleet vessel USS Voyager, which becomes stranded in the Delta Quadrant while pursuing a renegade Maquis ship through the "Bad Lands" they are drawn there by a being called "The Caretaker". 70,000 light-years from Earth they must find they're way home, battling hostile alien species along the way. (MORE)
The captain in the original Star Trek series was Captain James T Kirk, played by William Shatner.. In Star Trek: the Next Generation, the captain was Jean-Luc Picard, played by Patrick Stewart.. The captain on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was Benjamin Sisko, played by Avery Brookes.. In Star Trek: …Voyager, the captain was Kathryn Janeway, played by Kate Mulgrew.. In the final series entitled Star Trek Enterprise (which was also chronologically the first), the captain was Jonathan Archer, played by Scott Bakula. (MORE)
The Starship Enterprise of course. Yeah, that's with picard, kirk and archer, but there is also the defiant and voyager. Also Deep Space 9 is a space station but it still ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Answer A: For Star Wars I believe star Wars is better because it includes large battle stations (Death Star), telekinetic powers (the force) and laser swords (lightsabers) Answer B: For Star Wars I concur. Not only that the cinematic scope of star wars brings people back the basic questions o…f good and evil in life. While Star Trek tries to expound the most intricate problems then impose the writers views about what is right. star wars is also better because star trek is a lame ass show from 1960sor 50s or 70s or i dont know that was realy fake and the new star trek movie(208-09) was realy sukish even gi joe(2009) was beter than star trek and some star wars movies except for revenge of the sith. Answer C: For Star Wars I also believe Star wars is way better than star trek, I mean come on people. Star Trek took years to reach its point while Stars Wars took 3 Movies (which were the best in mine point of view). Answer D: For Star Wars Star wars will never die. People short of money are just going to keep on making more and more new merchandise. The idea of Star Wars is so flexible that in the end we'll forget the main, original characters. For Star Wars: I have to admit, Star Trek has better technology that Star Wars, I mean - The Borg Cube vs the Death Star? Borg cube would easily win - but I believe Star Wars has a much better storyline and better character and planets - it's also more action packed and the merchandise in so much better. Also, when I argue with my Trekkie friend at school I always win (I just say "Right Ok, so your saying that just because Star Wars had a much larger box office praise that Star Trek, we have lightsabers, and there has been a religion inspired by Star Wars - Star Trek is still better, is it? No, I didn't think so). Fans on both side have their points of view but the fact of the matter is Star Wars has more fans than Star Trek. Personally I think Star Wars is way better. PS: Star Wars rocks ! Answer A: For Star Trek I believe you are wrong because with star trek there was more than just movies there were TV shows. Answer B: For Star Trek Star wars has been around for 33 years and is dead while Star Trek has been around for 44 years and is still going strong. Answer C: For Star Trek Star trek is better for only one reason; Empires and people in Star Wars are fighting all the time seeking to kill people, they use weapons of mass destruction, destroy planets, and all they know is war. There never seems to be a era of peace. Even if there is one, it is very short. the Republic/Empire/New Republic only care about killing people. I think that is crap to see death all the time from Star Wars. I WANT MY MONEY BACK. And no, im not a pacifist. However , the star trek weapons are kind of suckish and so are the people in the 2200s- late 2330s, and at that point the Ferderation is weak to attacks from the Borg and other enemies with Kirk and those fools. However, Picard, Worf, Riker, and the others are so much better and higher quality. Year 2360- Onward ONLY STAR TREK MOVIES ARE GOOD. There is only one ship that I consider worthy. Enterprise-NCC 1701- E Year 2370-Onward The only good Star Trek Movies are First Contact, Nemisis, Insurrection, Voyage Home, and Star trek in 2009. This is what I say to Star wars People who want to argue. "Resistance is Futile" lol I conclude that Star Trek is better than Star Wars by some, but if you are going to see either of the two, see only the movies, not the TV shows. Clone Wars Sucks. Another answer: Star Trek is obviously better because at least it's barely possible. Star Wars has magic spells that they call "the Force", which not only is silly, but they never use it right. Every time I would see a fight between two Jedi or Sith or whatever, and they'd be using "the Force" to throw big stuff at each other. I'd be like, hello? - why not just squeeze his heart to a pulp with a lot less effort? It's sad how otherwise good and decent scifi nerds get turned away from Star Trek, and seduced by the lame side of the genre that is Star Wars. Answer from 11 year old Star Wars? Star Trek? The cooler one is quite obviously Star Trek. There is a scientific explanation for everything. They even tell you why humanoids are dominant in the galaxy. Second, with only light speed capability, how does anyone in Star Wars get anywhere? It would take them 4 years just to get to the closest star besides our sun, Alpha Centauri. It only took Cochrane 286 days at only warp one! Another thing is that they have lasers in Star Wars which could never do anything to things like deuranium. Also, as a counter to answer A for Star Wars, Think of places in Star Trek Like DS9, Domin Nor and the Son'a Starbase. Subace Rifts! If you had a Daedulus Class (2153) versus the Death Star all it would take would be a photon torpedo or well-aimed phaser to blow the entire thing up. Lastly; Ocampans have telekinictic abilities It Depends on your opinion. I like Star Trek better because they have actual science rules and thinking. I believe that the scriptwriter used some professors to add the physiology, and science. Star Wars, while it entertains just as great, it doesn't provide the science, thinking, and physiology. Overall, I kind of believe that starships like The U.S.S. Enterprise will exist in the 23rd century. But, I won't be able to know. (MORE)
Star Trek is about how we can better ourselves through exploration... " Star Trek " is a general term describing multiple TV shows and movies based in the same "future society" in our galaxy. It depicts a very positive future for the human race, in which Earth is the capital world of a massive in…terstellar Federation, made up of over a hundred alien worlds, and explored or protected by the starships of Starfleet (which includes seven versions of three ships named Enterprise). The initial series was created by writer Gene Roddenberry and appeared on NBC from 1966 to 1969. The original shows aired ubiquitously in syndication, and generated a vast audience of followers. There were later 6 motion pictures set in the original universe, followed by 4 based on the sequel TV series "Star Trek : The Next Generation" (1987-1994). There were 2 more sequel TV series, "Deep Space Nine" (1993-1999) and "Voyager" (1995-2001), followed by a "prequel" series called "Enterprise" (2001-2005). There was also an animated series (1973-1974). Starship (or outpost) commanders were Captain Kirk (and his science officer Spock), Captain Picard, Captain Sisko, Captain Janeway, and Captain Archer. Each series included 'alien' or unusual lifeforms among the Starfleet characters. All incarnations of the franchise have adhered to telling the story of human nature in exploration of the unknown. How we persevere against impossible odds using only the best of our nature is something other shows have never done as well. Star Trek is a great lesson in morality, about striving to become something more than we are. Star Trek is well known for it's consistencies throughout all the depicted time periods (22nd, 23rd, and 24th centuries). The 2009 movie sets an all new storyline completely separate from the rest of Star Trek, by centering the story around an 'alternate' cast from the original series. It also somewhat abandons the morality tale for a special effects light-show. "Star Trek" is also the basis for an massively multiplayer online computer game released by cryptic studios early 2010. In this setting, the Klingons and the Federation are at war and players side with either the Klingons or Federation. The game includes custom alien life forms, starship upgrades, and an expanding universe of star systems and missions. (MORE)
If you mean SULU , yes, he is homosexual. George is gay because he has a hubby (husband) and he kisses Joe swash (Winner of im a celebrity GET ME OUT OF HERE!) but their best mates! George "came out" a few years ago, but I had my suspicions much earlier, after witnessing his prissy manner…isms on the John Davidson Show in the 70's. When AOL announced that a Star Trek actor had admitted his homosexuality, it did not even say which Star Trek they were talking about, but my first guess was original Star Trekker George Takei. [Christopher Judge from Stargate is also rather effeminate when not in character. Hmmm.] (MORE)
geinosis. No, there are no two planets the same in Star Wars and Star Trek. Geonosis was in Star Wars, Genesis was in Star Trek, and it wasn't even the planets real name.
No. Star Wars came after Star Trek. Star Trek debuted on television in 1969. The first Star Wars film wasn't released until 1977, although theStar Trek film series didn't begin until 1979.
Star Trek. It first premiered as a TV show in 1966 while Star Wars Episode IV was released in 1977.
In the original series, they were four-digit numbers which usually increased as the series went on but were pretty random. Each stardate was supposed to be a day, but the numbers increased by thousands as the series went on, clearly too many for the amount of time that was supposed to be passing. … In TNG-era and later series five digit numbers were used, the second digit increased by 1 each year. Again, each stardate was supposed to equal one day, which doesn't quite fit with the number going up by a thousand each year. In the 2009 Star Trek film, a four digit number is again used, this number is equal to the Gregorian (normal) calendar year, so the opening of the film (stardate 2233.04) takes place near the beginning of the year 2233. The number after the decimal point is supposed to represent the number of days elapsed in the year so far, but clearly by that logic a three digit number (2233.004) might be more appropriate. (MORE)
Here is the cast of Star Trek XI Chris Pine: James T. Kirk Zachary Quinto: Spock Leonard Nimoy: Spock Prime Anton Yelchin: Pavel Andreievich Chekov Karl Urban: Leonard H. "Bones" McCoy Simon Pegg: Montgomery "Scotty" Scott Zoe Saldana: Uhura John Cho: Hikaru Sulu Eric Bana: Nero Bruc…e Greenwood: Christopher Pike (MORE)
First of all, that wasn't T'Pol. That was T'Pol's grandmother, T'Mir. Secondly, assuming T'Pol's telling of the story was accurate, T'Mir didn't steal the idea for Velcro from de Mestral. The Velcro she sold was Vulcan technology. The episode implies that Velcro not only wasn't invented by a "George… de Mestral", but wasn't even invented by a human. The fact that the Vulcan T'Mir was stranded with was named Mestral further proves this as the writers' intent. (MORE)
well i don't know i vote for Star wars but i have never seen Star treck before
Star Trek had stared in 1987. It is shuch a good tv show and every one should wach it.
Flash Trek 2,Go to Earth and type in "getinthebooth" then the Earth Empire owns everything and you get an awesome ship!
After almost a year of rumors, on April 26th 2018, it was reportedthat during a CinemaCon presentation, Paramount CEO Jim Gianopulosconfirmed Paramount was officially developing two new Star Trekmovies. It wasn't specified if these two films would be direct sequels to2016's Star Trek Beyond, but it …was reported one of the two is theQuentin Tarantino's R-rated take on the Trek franchise. It should be noted that Paramount still [as of April 2018] has notofficially greenlit these projects so it's possible they may nothappen, but there are new movies being developed. (MORE)
Depends on which Star Trek series you're talking about. But here's the full list. Star Trek: The Original Series (1966-1969) Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973-1974) Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993-1999) Star Trek: Voyager (1995-2001) Star Tre…k: Enterprise (2001-2005) (MORE)
The original Star Trek TV series began in 1966 and ran for just 3 seasons, until 1968, before going into perpetual re-runs.
Well rumor has it that the producers who made the newest movie are making a second in 2012. I think eventully a seris will be made out of that, but that's just me.
James T. Kirk - William Shatner Spock - Leonard Nimoy Leonard "Bones" McCoy - Deforest Kelley Montgomery "Scotty" Scott - James Doohan Pavel Chekov - Walter Koenig Hikaru Sulu - George Takei Nyota Uhura - Nichelle Nichols
No. STO is like the other MMO's out there with a 3rd person vantage point when playing.
If it's on the Xbox 360 press the Y button on the computer you have to press q on the keyboard,if it doesn't work you might be too close to a planet or a nebula. if it still doesn't work you may like to change the controls
In the TOS episode, "Court Martial". The lawyer, Samuel T. Cogley, was played by actor Elisha Cook Jr.
The Borg Queen is one of the most recognized villians in the star trek universe! The name was given to the Borg who existed within and served as a central nexus for the Borg Collective. It is my belief that only Species 125 may serve as the Borg Queen as I have never seen her represented by another …species. Answer If the question is asking about the actress who played the Borg queen, she was played by Alice Krige. (MORE)
A stardate is a means of specifying absolute  dates in the fictional Star Trek universe. They are decimal numbers, usually rounded to a single decimal place,  which replace absoluteGregorian calendar dates. The in-universe behavior of stardates is much less transparent than that of any k…nown calendar,  because the writers chose the numbers more or less arbitrarily,  depending on the era of Star Trek in question.  One of the stated reasons for stardates was the need to establish the events in the series as taking place far into the future without tying the episodes down to a specific date,  though Star Trek: The Next Generation mentions that the events of that show take place in the 24th century. Here are a few observations I have made regarding stardates: The entire first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation occurs between stardates 41000.0 and 42000.0, the second season takes place between 42000.0 and 43000.0, and so on, with the seventh and final season taking place between 47000.0 and 48000.0. The first season of Star Trek: Voyager takes place between stardates 48000.0 and 49000.0, and the pattern continues, with the seventh and final season taking place between stardates 54000.0 and 55000.0. Stardates on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, which bridges those two series, follow the same pattern. I have also observed that the first digit of the stardate left of the decimal point increments during the "night shift", and the digit to the right of the decimal point advances from 0 to 9 through one "day". -HW (MORE)
If you are referring to the episode in season two, "Who Mourns For Adonais?", the character in question is named Apollo, and was played by Michael Forest who appeared in several TV shows in the early 1960's.
Star Trek comes from our own system in San Francisco, CA, from the United Federation of Planets.
The Ferengi are the greedy species in Star Trek. They can't get enough gold pressed latinum.
Data was a Captain in one episode. However, one can understand why he wasn't ever a permanent Captain. How many times can you have a super-intelligent, super-strong being turn evil or drunk or rogue and try to take over the Galaxy, screw up the mission or disable the ship? Frankly, it's a wonder… he wasn't sacked, court-martialed and quarantined on an exile planet with Lor, deactivated, disassembled and buried in a ton of cement! :) (MORE)
No, it isn't. It is an entirely different story. Really, they were being made around the same time actually. The star wars movies came out right around the time that they were making the shows Star Trek. They really are an entirely different set-up as well. Star Trek was a show about space battles a…nd things like that, but the character set-up is often made fun of now. Red shirts would always die first, blue shirts would never die and usually higher rank like captian or doctor, and the other color shirts are just other characters rarely dying in the story. Star Wars is a mix of robots, creatures, and humans and is an entirely different set-up. Star Wars was also in space, but unlike Star Trek was never on earth. It is often set-up around a saving a princess as well. Star Wars was more space battles not planet battles, and as you know star wars is the inventors of the world famous LIGHT SABERS! (MORE)
A Borg Cube is the classic ship that the infamous Star Trek Villians, the Borg, are usually found commanding. These ships are far bigger than any federation ship in the 24th century, it measures 900m in height and width! These can hold up to 1,000,000 Borg Drones and they can reach up to speeds of W…arp 9.9! A single Borg Cube once destroyed 39 Federation starships by itself in 2367! (MORE)
No, there are no built in 'cheat codes' for Star Trek Online, or any other MMORPG that requires a monthly fee, or even the free ones. However there are a number of programs out there that can allow an unfair advantage ingame, such as 'cheat engine'. However these are absolutely forbidden and if you'…re found to use them, you will be banned from the game. (MORE)
There are hundreds of Star Trek books, novels & books about theshow itself. Do a search for List of Star Trek Novels and you'llfind a comprehensive list.
The first pilot episode, The Cage, was never released officially in 1966 until later episodes caught the attention of a broadcast studio. Later that year, the missing episode was incorporated only in part with new material and set as a two-part episode called The Menagerie. 30 years later, Gene Rode…nberry re-released this pilot with never before seen unmastered, unedited, black and white footage. Some years later, The Cage was released in an exclusive enhanced DVD box set with all episodes remastered and new footage included for the space scenes. (MORE)
Well, this is my opinion I think that Trip and T'pol are kind of together,and I think Hoshi and Malcom like each other. Also for one episode Dr.Phlox liked crewman Cutler.
Google translate says: Star Trek. Oddly enough! says: Star Trek but with a french e!
A phaser is fictional and at our current level of technology we cannot make one, but feel free to try and make one
William Shatner starred in the original Star Trek series September 8 , 1966 through June 3 , 1969 .
The stars in the new Star Trek movie, Star Trek Into Darkness, include Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Alice Eve, Zoe Saldana, Karl Urban, and Simon Pegg.
Actors who starred in the movie Star Trek (2009) include Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, and Leonard Nimoy. Additional actors included Eric Bana and Bruce Greenwood.
George Takei is a Japanese-American actor, born HosatoTakei on April 20, 1937, best known for his portrayal of Star Trek character Hikaru Sulu (helmsman, USS Enterpriseand captain, USS Excelsior). He is the son of Japanese immigrantsand a proponent of gay rights.