Thursday, August 20, 2015

Star Trek Movie Actors: Where are They Now 1: Star Trek: The Motion Picture



This is the first in a series of posts covering the various Star Trek movies. Info derived from the imdb. Only titles 2013-on noted by name.

William Shatner (Captain Kirk): in A Christmas Horror Story (2015), Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff (2014 video game), Hot in Cleveland (1 episode 2013), The Captains Close Up (1 episode 2013, 2 as Executive Producer, 1 as Director), At Fenway (2013), Escape from Planet Earth (2013); A Sunday Horse (2015) completed; Baby, Baby, Baby (2015) in post-production; as Writer/Self: William Shatner Presents: Chaos on the Bridge (2014; also Executive Producer/Director), Shatner's World... We Just Live in It... (2013), Still Kicking (2013; also Executive Producer/Director); as Self: Today (2 episodes 2014), Dancing with the Stars (1 episode 2015), Being Canadian (2015), Entertainment Tonight (2 episodes 2014-2015), Tom Felton Meets the Superfans (2015), Hell’s Kitchen (1 episode 2015), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (14 episodes 2013-2015), Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf (1 episode 2015), Mike and Mike in the Morning (1 episode 2014), The Shatner Project (unknown episodes 2014), Loose Women (1 episode 2014), Lorraine (1 episode 2014), Hubertusjagd, Los Angeles (unknown episodes 2014), Hubertusjagd (1 episode 2014), The Real History of Science Fiction (1 episode 2014), The Queen Latifah Show (1 episode 2014), Larry King Now (2 episodes 2013-2014), Pioneers of Television (1 episode 2014), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2014), To Be Takei (2014), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2014), Celebrity Liam Stone Candid Travels Texas (unknown episodes 2014), Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale (2013), 82nd Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade (2013), Piers Morgan Tonight (1 episode 2013), AXS Live (1 episode 2013), Cavuto on Business (1 episode 2013), Heller Awards (2013), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1 episode 2013), The Playboy Morning Show (1 episode 2013), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2013), The Oscars (2013), Sidewalks Entertainment (1 episode 2013), Made in Hollywood (1 episode 2013), The Talk (1 episode 2013); as Self, post-production: When Elephants Were Young (2015).
Leonard Nimoy (Spock): died in 2015; in Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff (2014 video game), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013); as Self: An Epix Exclusive Conversation with Leonard Nimoy (2014), To Be Takei (2014), The Evolution of Stem Cell Research (2014), The Prime Ministers: The Pioneers (2013), The Culture Show (1 episode 2013), The True Story (1 episode 2013), Paul Mazursky's: It's All Crap (2013).
DeForest Kelley (Dr. McCoy): died in 1999.
James Doohan (Scotty): died in 2005.
George Takei (Sulu): in BoJack Horseman (1 episode 2015), Entourage (2015), Miles from Tomorrowland (1 episode 2015), Hot in Cleveland (1 episode 2015), Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (1 episode 2015), Kevin's Epic Adventures (2015), The Problem Solverz (1 episode 2014), Real Husbands of Hollywood (1 episode 2014), Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (1 episode 2014), Eat with Me (2014), Bonta 3D (2014), The Neighbors (4 episodes 2013-2014), Archer (1 episode 2014), Hopeful Romantic (2014), Lost Girl (1 episode 2013), Free Birds (2013), The Missing Scarf (2013), Ultimate Spider-Man (1 episode 2013), Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (1 episode 2013), Gays Beware with Jesse Tyler Ferguson and George Takei (2013), Supah Ninjas (8 episodes 2013), The Simpsons (1 episode 2013), Transformers Prime (1 episode 2013); Yamasong: March of the Hollows (2015) filming; as Self: Message from Hiroshima (2015), It Takes Two (6 episodes 2015), CBS This Morning (2 episodes 2014-2015), StarTalk (1 episode 2015), Tab Hunter Confidential (2015), IMDb: What to Watch (1 episode 2014), The Meredith Vieira Show (1 episode 2014), The Colbert Report (1 episode 2014), Takei's Take (25 episodes 2013-2014), Tvoovies (1 episode 2014), Do I Sound Gay? (2014), Through the Keyhole (1 episode 2014), Fashion Police (1 episode 2014), Tavis Smiley (1 episode 2014), Oprah: Where Are They Now? (1 episode 2014), Today (1 episode 2014) The Daily Show (2 episodes 2013-2014), Real Time with Bill Maher (1 episode 2014), Sidewalks Entertainment (1 episode 2014), Howard Stern Birthday Bash (2014), It Got Better (1 episode 2014), I Love the 2000s (1 episode 2014), Pioneers of Television (1 episode 2014), Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff (2014 video game), King of the Nerds (2 episodes 2013-2014), To Be Takei (2014), Conan (1 episode 2013), Fangasm (1 episode 2013), Larry King Now (1 episode 2013), Vanity Fair: Decades (1 episode c2013), Futurama (1 episode 2013), Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (2 episodes 2013), Married and Counting (2013), Watch What Happens: Live (1 episode 2013); as Self, post-production: The Gettysburg Address (2015); as Self, filming: The Con of Wrath (nd).
Majel Barrett (Dr. Chapel): died in 2008.
Walter Koenig (Chekov): in Flashback (2013), Blue Dream (2013), Cowboys & Engines (2015), Star Trek: Renegades (2015; also Consulting Producer) completed; Unbelievable!!!!! (2015), Nobility (2015) in post-production; Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time (2015) filming; Star Trek: Captain Pike (2016) announced; as Self: From the Mouths of Babes (unknown episodes 2014), Creative Continuity (1 episode 2014), To Be Takei (2014), The Captains Close Up (1 episode 2013); as Self, filming: The Con of Wrath (nd).
Nichelle Nichols (Uhura): in Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff (2014 video game); Unbelievable!!!!! (2015; also Producer), The White Orchid (2015) in post-production; Behind Glass Walls (nd) in pre-production; Drones, Clones and Pheromones (nd) announced; as Co-Producer, pre-production: Woman in Motion (2016; also Self); as Executive Producer, pre-production: Noah's Room (2016), Escape from Heaven (2016); as Executive Producer, as Self: The Adventures of Ravi (unknown episodes 2015), Pioneers of Television (1 episode 2014), The Real History of Science Fiction (1 episode 2014), Comic Book Men (1 episode 2014), To Be Takei (2014) , The Culture Show (1 episode 2013), as Self, filming: The Con of Wrath (nd).
Persis Khambatta (Ilia): died in 1998.
Stephen Collins (Decker): in Marvel's Avengers Assemble (1 episode 2014), Revolution (22 episodes 2013-2014), Penance (2014), Devious Maids (6 episodes 2013), The Fosters (1 episode 2013), Falling Skies (2 episodes 2013), Talent Watch (1 episode 2013); as Self, post-productionL Classic Hollywood Cinemas (2015).
Grace Lee Whitney (Janice Rand): died in 2015.
Mark Lenard (Klingon Captain): died in 1996.
Billy Van Zandt (Alien Boy): last known acting role in 2002, as Producer/Writer in 2009.
Roger Aaron Brown (Epsilon Technician): in Dying Light (2015 video game), Assassin's Creed: Rogue (2014 video game), Elementary (1 episode 2013), Holy Ghost People (2013).
Gary Faga (Airlock Technician): last known acting role in 1984.
David Gautreaux (Commander Branch): in The Blacklist (1 episode 2015), How to Get Away with Murder (1 episode 2014), NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (1 episode 2014), The Night Shift (2 episodes 2014), Castle (1 episode 2014), Hawaii Five-0 (1 episode 2014), Rake (4 episodes 2014), Rules of Engagement (1 episode 2013), Body of Proof (1 episode 2013).
John Gowans (Assistant to Rand): in Tiger Orange (2014), The Exes (1 episode 2013), Maybe Someday (2015) completed.
Howard Itzkowitz (Cargo Deck Ensign): last known acting role in 1981.
Jon Rashad Kamal (Lt. Commander Sonak): last known acting role in 1996.
Marcy Lafferty (Chief DiFalco): last known acting role in 1996, as Self in 2003.
Michele Povill (Lieutenant): in Garage Sale Mystery: The Wedding Dress (2015), then this; The Birdwatcher (2015) completed; as Production Assistant: The Devil You Know (1 episode 2013).
Jeri McBride (Technician): last known acting role in 1993.
Terrence O'Connor (Chief Ross): last known acting role in 1996.
Michael Rougas (Lt. Cleary): died in 2008.
Susan O'Sullivan (Woman): last known acting role in 1995.
Ralph Brannen (Crew Member): last known acting role in 1995, as Self in 2012.
Ralph Byers (Crew Member): in Elementary (1 episode 2014), House of Cards (1 episode 2014); as Background Voices: Only Lovers Left Alive (2013).
Paula Crist (Crew Member): no known subsequent acting roles; as Stunts in 1989.
Iva Lane (Crew Member): last known acting role in 1988.
Franklyn Seales (Crew Member): died in 1990.
Momo Yashima (Crew Member): in Castle (1 episode 2014); The Kitchen Sink (2015) completed; as Self, post-production: East L.A. Interchange (2015).
Jimmie Booth (Klingon Crewman): last known acting role in 1990.
Joel Kramer (Klingon Crewman): last known acting role in 2012, then 2002, then 1992 before that; as Stunts, various: Terminator Genisys (2015; also Second Unit Director), Furious Seven (2015; also Second Unit Director), True Blood (2 episodes 2014), RoboCop (2014; also Second Unit Director), Insidious: Chapter 2 (2013), The Conjuring (2013; also Second Unit Director); as Stunt Coordinator/Second Unit Director, pre-production: The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist (2016); as Second Unit Director, filming: Central Intelligence (2016).
Bill McIntosh (Klingon Crewman): last known acting role in 2009.
Dave Moordigian (Klingon Crewman): last known acting role in 1982; as Stunts in 1993.
Tom Morga (Klingon Crewman): last known acting role in 2010 but Dogmike (2012) completed; as Stunts in 2011; as Self: Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th (2013).
Tony Rocco (Klingon Crewman): no known subsequent acting roles.
Joel Schultz (Klingon Crewman): no other known acting roles.
Craig Thomas (Klingon Crewman): no other known acting roles.
Edna Glover (Vulcan Master): no known subsequent acting roles.
Norman Stuart (Vulcan Master): died in 1998.
Paul Weber (Vulcan Master): no other known acting roles.
Joshua Gallegos (Security Officer): last known acting role in 2000. As Grip in 2009.
Lisa Chess (Yeoman): last known acting role in 2010.
Leslie C. Howard (Yeoman): no other known acting roles.
Sayra Hummel (Technical Assistant): no other known acting roles.
Junero Jennings (Technical Assistant): last known acting role in 1994.
Uncredited Cast:
Richard Arnold (Crewmember): only other known acting role in 2009; as Production Consultant: William Shatner Presents: Chaos on the Bridge (2014); as Self: The Captains Close Up (1 episode 2013).
Fred Bronson (Enterprise Crewmember): no other known acting roles; as Writer in 2012, as Producer in 2008, as Self in 2011.
Celeste Cartier (Enterprise Crewmember): no known subsequent acting roles.
Vern Dietsche (Enterprise Crewmember): last known acting role in 1988, as Production Assistant in 1989.
Christopher Doohan (Extra): in Star Trek Continues (5 episodes 2013-2015), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013).
Montgomery Doohan (Extra): no other known acting roles.
Scott Dweck (Vulcan Enterprise crewmember): no other known acting roles.
Dennis Fische (Engineering Officer): no other known acting roles.
Cassandra Foster (Enterprise Crewmember): last known acting role in 1980.
Barnetta Fowler (Enterprise Crewmember): no known subsequent acting roles.
David Gerrold (Crewman): in The Mythical Detective Loki (unknown episodes 2013), Otogi-Soushi (unknown episodes 2013); as Creative Consultant, pre-production: Axanar (2015); as Show Runner: Star Trek: New Voyages (1 episode 2014; 1 2013 as Consulting Producer, 1 2014 as Producer; as Self: Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Sky's the Limit - The Eclipse of Star Trek: The Next Generation (2014), Alien Encounters (2 episodes 2013).
William Guest (Crewmember): last known acting role in 2000 (also Post-Production Manager/Production Coordinator).
Sharon Hesky (Federation Civilian): last known acting role in 1982.
James T. Kirk (Enterprise Crewmember): no other known acting roles, as Self in 1997; as Craft Service: Speak No Evil (2013), Dead in 5 Heartbeats (2013).
Donald J. Long (Enterprise Crewmember): last known acting role in 1988 (also Production Assistant).
Winnie McCarthy (Epsilon IX Crewmember): died in 1986.
Barbara Minster (Enterprise Crewmember): last known acting role in 1990, as Hair Stylist in 1997.
Ve Neill (Enterprise Crewmember): no other known acting roles, as Makeup, various:
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014), X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013), The Host (2013); as Makeup Department Head/Makeup Designer, post-production: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015), Pee-wee's Big Holiday (2016); as Self: Face Off (56 episodes 2011-2014), And the Oscar Goes To... (2014), Frankenfake (2014).
Okuda (Enterprise crew member on Rec Deck): no other known acting roles; as Project Consultant: Star Trek: Enterprise - Temporal Cold War: Declassified (2014), Star Trek: Enterprise - In a Time of War (2014), Requiem - A Remembrance of Star Trek: The Next Generation (2013; also Self), In Conversation: The Music of Star Trek - The Next Generation (2013), Resistance Is Futile: Assimilating Star Trek -The Next Generation (2013), Star Trek: The Next Generation - Inside the Writer's Room (2013), Star Trek: The Next Generation - Regeneration: Engaging the Borg (2013), In Conversation: Rick Berman & Brannon Braga (2013); as Self: Before Her Time: Decommissioning Enterprise (2014). Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Privilege of Rank: Making Chain of Command (2014), Star Trek: From One Generation to the Next (2013), To Boldly Go: Launching Enterprise (2013).
Susan Sackett (Enterprise Crewmember): last known acting role in 1988, as Production Associate in 1992, as Writer in 1991.
Frank Salsedo (Enterprise Crewmember): died in 2009.
Louise Stange-Wahl (Crew Member on Rec Deck): in The Messengers (unknown episodes 2015), Spare Parts (2015), Spare Parts (2015), Longmire (2 episodes 2013-2014), Transcendence (2014), Killer Women (2 episodes 2014), Breaking Bad (1 episode 2013).
Bjo Trimble (Crewman): last known acting role in 1981, as Self in 2010.
Scott Whitney (Vulcan Medic): no known subsequent acting roles.
Millicent Wise (Enterprise Crewmember): no other known acting roles, as Self in 2008.

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959) Actors: Where are They Now?



Info derived from the imdb. Only titles 2013-on noted by name. All known cast members noted.

Gregory Walcott (Jeff Trent): died in 2015.
Mona McKinnon (Paula Trent): died in 1990.
Duke Moore (Lieutenant Harper): died in 1976
Tom Keene (Colonel Edwards): died in 1963.
Carl Anthony (Patrolman Larry): last known acting role in 1982 and 1960 before that.
Paul Marco (Patrolman Kelton): died in 2006.
Tor Johnson (Inspector Clay): died in 1971.
Dudley Manlove (Eros): died in 1996.
Joanna Lee (Tanna): died in 2003.
John Breckinridge (Ruler): died in 1996.
Lyle Talbot (General Roberts): died in 1996.
David De Mering (Danny): died in 1980.
Norma McCarty (Edith): died in 2014.
Bill Ash (Captain): died in 2011.
Lynn Lemon (Reverend): died in 2008.
Ben Frommer (Man): died in 1992.
Gloria Dea (Girl): no known subsequent acting roles.
Conrad Brooks (Policeman): in Joey Hollywood's Movie Night 2 (2015), Toilet Gator (2015), Plan 9 (2015), Super Hell 3: Dreams of Horror (2014), Psychotic State (2014); Pitfire of Hell (2015), Midnight Massacre (2015), Abaddon (2016) filming; Attack of the Giant Gull (nd) in pre-production.
Vampira (Vampire Girl): died in 2008.
Bela Lugosi (Ghoul Man): died in 1956.
Criswell (Narrator): died in 1982.
Uncredited Cast:
Donald A. Davis (Drunk): died in 1982.
Johnny Duncan (Second Stretcher Bearer): last known acting role in 1960.
Karl Johnson (Farmer Calder): died in 1993.
Tom Mason (Ghoul Man with Cape Over Face): died in 1980.
J. Edward Reynolds (Gravedigger): died in 1963.
Clay Stone (Mourner Reading Bible in Opening Scene): no known subsequent acting roles.
Hugh Thomas Jr. (Gravedigger): died in 1981.
Edward D. Wood Jr. (Man Holding Newspaper): died in 1978.

Knight Rider (1982-1986 Series) Actors: Where are They Now?



Info derived from the imdb. Only titles 2013-on noted by name. Only actors in 3+ episodes plus the opening titles narrator (technically most episodes Archive) noted.

David Hasselhoff (Michael Knight): in The Devil's Carnival: Alleluia! (2015), Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (2015), Kung Fury (2015), Newsreaders (3 episodes 2014-2015), Stretch (2014), Trip Tank (1 episode c2014), The Project (1 episode 2013); American Paradise (2015), Power Play (2016) in pre-production; as Writer: Hoff the Record (3 episodes c2014; 6 as Self), as Producer/Self, post-production: Killing Hasselhoff (2015); as Self: Loose Women (1 episode 2015), David Hasselhoff Show (10 episodes 2015), American Idol (1 episode 2015), Strictly Come Dancing (1 episode 2014), Screen Machines (1 episode 2014), The Insider (1 episode 2014), MTV Europe Music Awards 2014 (2014), Brändärit (1 episode 2014), I'm Will Ferrell (2014), Hasselhoff vs. The Berlin Wall (2014), Hasselhoff - en svensk talkshow (10 episodes 2014), Unusually Thicke (2 episodes 2014), Entertainment Tonight (3 episodes 2013-2014), Só Visto! (1 episode 2014), The Dudesons (1 episode 2014), Skavlan (1 episode 2014), Promi Big Brother (6 episodes 2013), Formula 1: BBC Sport (1 episode 2013) The Best Films Ever! (6 episodes 2013), Live on Bowen (1 episode 2013), The '80s: The Decade That Made Us (3 episodes 2013), Attack of the Show! (1 episode 2013); as Self, post-production: Fame Us (2015).
Edward Mulhare (Devon Miles): died in 1997.
Richard Basehart (Narrator - Opening Titles): died in 1984.
Patricia McPherson (Bonnie Barstow): last known acting role in 2009, then 1991 before that, as Self in 2011.
Rebecca Holden (April Curtis): last known acting role in 2009, as Self in 2012.
Peter Parros ('RC3' Reginald Cornelius III): in The Haves and the Have Nots (56 episodes 2013-2014); as Self: The Tyler Perry Show (1 episode 2014).
Ann Turkel (Adrienne Margeaux/St. Clair, Bianca Morgan): last known acting role in 2006.
Catherine Hickland (Stephanie 'Stevie' Mason/March): last known acting role in 2012; as Self: Praise the Lord (1 episode 2013).
Lance LeGault (Vernon Gray, Christopher Stone): died in 2012; in Prince Avalanche (2013).
Pamela Susan Shoop (Maggie, Marta Simmons): last known acting role in 1996; as Self: The Night She Came Home!! (2013).
Jack Starrett (various): died in 1989.
Alex Kubik (various): last known acting role in 2008 but Escort Service (2016) in pre-production.
Shawn Southwick (Lonnie, Rita Wilcox): last known acting role in 2012 but Christmas Eve (2015; also Producer) in post-production; Lundon's Bridge and the Three Keys (2017) in production; as Self: Entertainment Tonight (1 episode 2013), Kathy (1 episode 2013).
Bruce Neckels (various): last known acting role in 2008.
Michael Masters (various): died in 2003.