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William Shatner has cultivated a career that has spanned over 50 years as professional actor, director, producer, screenwriter, recording artist, author and horseman. He is one of pop culture’s most recognizable figures and has also established himself as a major Hollywood philanthropist.

Brent Spiner, whose primary claim to fame is his portrayal of the beloved android Data on the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987), was born and raised in Houston, Texas. His parents, Sylvia (Schwartz) and Jack Spiner, owned and operated a furniture store, and were both from Jewish immigrant families (from Austria, Hungary, and Russia). Jack died of kidney failure at age 29, when Brent was 10 months old. When he was 6 years old, his mother married Sol Mintz, who adopted Brent and his older brother Ron. Although his mother divorced Mintz after 7 years of marriage, Brent retained his adopted father’s last name until 1975, when he took back his birth name.

Patrick Stewart is one of the most acclaimed performers working today. His career includes numerous and varied roles on both stage and screen. 2015 will see Stewart’s return to series television starring as the title character in “Blunt Talk,” a half-hour comedy executive produced by Seth MacFarlane and Jonathan Ames for Starz. Stewart (who also produces) plays a British import intent on conquering the world of American cable news and imparting his wisdom and guidance on how Americans should live, think and behave. Starz picked up a rare two season order of the show. He was most recently seen on the big screen in Stephen Belber’s Match, which premiered at the 2014 Perhaps best known as Captain Jean-Luc Picard of “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” Stewart has enjoyed a successful film and television career, earning Golden Globe, Emmy and SAG Award nominations. Screen appearances include King of Texas, Jeffrey, Dune, Excalibur, L.A. Story, Robin Hood: Men in Tights, Conspiracy Theory, “Extras”(for which he earned an Emmy nomination), The Lion in Winter, I, Claudius, and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. His vocal talents have been heard on “The Simpsons,” “American Dad” and “Family Guy,” and as narrator of Seth MacFarlane’s hit comedy, Ted.

George Takei, Best known for playing Sulu on the original Star Trek TV series and six movies that followed, George Takei is unlikely social media royalty. Unofficially dubbed the King of Facebook, he counts 5.5 million fans in his online empire – including Trekkies, Howard Stern listeners, and the LGBTQ community – who devour his quirky mix of kitten jokes, Star Trek references, heartfelt messages, and sci-fi/fantasy memes. An outspoken advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights, Takei has used his unmistakable baritone in several satiric PSAs, including one in response to Tennessee’s infamous “Don’t Say Gay” bill that encourages viewers to say, “It’s OK to be Takei.” His current projects include the musical Allegiance, drawn from his experience of growing up in Japanese American internment camps during World War II, and the recently published “Oh Myyy! There Goes the Internet” and “Lions and Tigers and Bears: The Internet Strikes Back.”

Jonathan Frakes’s career started on the television series “Bare Essence” and in the similarly glitzy “Paper Dolls,” but he had no luck catching fame until his role in “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” Frakes even successfully lobbied the show’s producers to step behind the camera and direct several episodes of the series. In return, Frakes remained particularly loyal to the franchise, appearing as Riker on episodes of the spin-offs “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and “Star Trek: Voyager,” several video games and even “Star Trek: The Experience” amusement ride in Las Vegas. He also good-naturedly spoofed his image as Riker in guest spots on series such as “Cybill,” “3rd Rock From the Sun” and “Futurama.” Frakes made his feature film debut reprising Riker in “Star Trek: Generations” in 1994. With 1996’s “Star Trek: First Contact,” he combined his directorial and “Trek” experience to follow in the wake of Shatner and Leonard Nimoy by both appearing in and directing the film. The first of the “Trek” movies that did not feature any of the characters from the original ’60s series, “First Contact” focused on the conflicts between the Enterprise crew and their enemy The Borg. Frakes proved adept as a helmer, creating suspense and showing a flair for the material. In 1998, he again did double duty helming and acting in the next installment in the franchise, “Star Trek: Insurrection,” a capable but somewhat lackluster outing. By the tenth feature, Frakes returned to acting only, and director Stuart Baird took the helm.

René Auberjonois is an accomplished television, film, stage, and voice actor. He is perhaps best known for his roles on TV’s Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Benson, and Boston Legal as well as his many other film, stage, and voice acting credits.

Popular actress Nichelle Nichols best known for her role as Lt. Uhura on the hit television and motion picture series, “Star Trek.” She is the author of Beyond Uhura: Star Trek And Other Memories. She presents a motivational lecture about diversity issues in America.

Actor Walter Koenig best known for his portrayal of “Pavel Chekov,” in the “Star Trek” television series.

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