There has never been aTV movie.
No, his character died in a previous movie, therefore he could not have traveled back in time with Spock to be in the movie.
Dark Maul died in Star Trek The Phantom Menace episode 4.
25 redshirts plus scotty but he comes back to life see the episode the changeling 7 blue shirts die and a total of 8 yellow shirts die in the original series.
I'm sorry to say, but no one can predict what Star Trek will be rated. Every time a new Star Trek movie came out all the fans always said "Star Trek Lives" however, Star Trek never really died so I do not understand this. No one can predict what Star Trek will be rated however, the movie reviews were never good...because reviewers know nothing about Scifi or Star Trek and they therefore cannot logically rate it. I rate the upcoming Star Trek 11 a 9/10 for the Advertisements. (It loses 1 point because Zachary Quinto plays Spock...and as a Spock fan I believe only Leonard Nimoy should play Spock..)
The original Spock is still alive in the new alternate time line. In Star Trek Into Darkness, young Spock contacted him for information regarding Khan. Spock died at the end of the 2nd Star Trek movie, The Wrath of Khan, but he came back to life in the 3rd movie, The Search for Spock.
Spock is not known to be deceased in any current Star Trek series or timeline. He was alive as of 2387, where he traveled back in time to the alternate timeline of the 2009 Star Trekfilm.With Leonard Nimoys death, the character of Ambassador Spock has died as of Star Trek Beyond.
There is no evidence stating that Adolf Zukor was or was not a Star Trek fan. He was a director and producer at Paramount Pictures however he retired in 1959, 7 years before the first episode of Star Trek was aired. Zukor was 93 years of age in 1996 when the Star Trek franchise began. This however is not conclusive evidence that he wasn't a fan. He died at the age of 103
Kirk Spock /chekov/ sulu/ uhura actors are all alive the rest are dead
Gene Roddenberry is the creator of Star Trek. Sadly, he died on October 24 1991.
Malachi Throne (December 1, 1928 - March 13, 2013) was 84 years old when he died. He was a US actor known for roles on TV (It Takes A Thief, Star Trek, Star Trek the Next Generation).
Spock died of unknown causes, presumably old age, prior to the events in Star Trek Beyond.
No, that was William Windom in the episode "The Doomsday Machine."
Data died because of his humanity. Since data has a program to let him do sacrifices, he decided to sacrifice himself. To save his captain and the enterprise. His last words where: Good bye. Data died in the movie star trek Nemesis. He still lives in our hearts.
some of the actors that died are: DeForrest kelly - Dr. McCoy, died in 1999 James Doohan- Scotty, died in 2005 Majel Barrett - Christine Chapel, died in 2008
James Doohan who played Mr.Scott, DeForest Kelley who played Dr.McCoy, and Majel Barret who played Nurse Chapel.
Presuming you mean the stars & not who has died on the actual show... of the main & recurring stars, as of April 2017, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelly, James Doohan, Majel Barret, Mark Lenard, Anton Yelchin [from the rebooted film series]For a complete list, search Star Trek Deaths.
Dr. McCoy's chronologically last appearance is in the pilot episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, in which he's still alive at 137 (people live longer in the future, of course). If you're asking about the original actor, DeForest Kelley died on June 11, 1999.
If you're talking about Kate Mulgrew, no. Kate's mother's name was Joan Mulgrew (she died in 2006).
He died of a heart attack at age 36
dehliah draycott is a very famous movie star that died in 1893
Majel Barrett (Nurse Christine Chapel), James Doohan (Montgomery "Scotty" Scott), and DeForest Kelley (Dr. Leonard McCoy) so far. And Gene Roddenberry, who created the Star Trek world. Along with Mr. Spock's actor, Leonard Nimoy. May they all forever rest in peace.
Marina Sirtis (A.K.A Deanna Troi) nearly died from hyperaging, but her death is never recorded in the Star Trek TNG Series' or Films.
i guess you just add one
L. Frank Baum died long before the Wizard of Oz was made into a movie.