Episode 140 – Star Trek Just Never Goes Away – Tony Todd, Patricia Tallman, Daniel Davis, Nicole de Boer
Star Trek is just one of those shows that keeps on giving and in this episode that is what Eugenia and Gerri are doing for you. The cast members who they talk to in this episode are from Star Trek:TNG, Star Trek:DS9 and Star Trek:Voyager. They talk with Tony Todd who played both Kurn and the older Jake Sisko as well as other characters across the franchise. Patricia Tallman not only played roles in the three series, but was also the stunt double for Nana Visitor, and Gates McFadden and other guest stars on the shows. Then they get to talk with Daniel Davis not only known for his role as Niles in The Nanny, but also for his role as Moriarty in Star Trek:TNG although only appearing in two episodes he made his presence lasting. Next is Nicole de Boer, who took on the role of Dax on Star Trek:DS9 playing a role that had her dealing not only with the memories of Jadzia Dax, but also another 7 lives. Eugenia and Gerri would like to thank the following, Daniel and Lionel from www.supanova.com.au and www.lionelmidfordpublicity.com for their interview with Tony Todd. Armageddon Expo www.armageddonexpo.com for Patricia Tallman and Scott Liston of First Contact Conventions for both Daniel and Nicole. Find him at www.firstcontactconventions.com.au
Yes, Eugenia and Gerri are talking about Star Trek again, and this time it is about the many faces seen and unseen! Sometimes actors appear as different characters in TV shows and its incarnations and that is what we have in this episode, in fact they have interviews with actors who have a combined 80+ years in the business. Eugenia and Gerri interview Suzie Plakson and Morgan Sheppard! Some may ask, whom did they play (yes, you will recognise them when you see them)? Suzie known to fans as K’Ehleyr the Klingon with a sense of humour, Dr Selar, (A character from the TNG episode Morgan was in) and Q, the mother of Q’s child Q and of course Tarah the Andorian from Enterprise. Morgan first appeared in the TOS movie Final Frontier, then onto Ira Graves in Schiziod Man (with Susie), Qatai in Voyager and then a Vulcan in Star Trek (2009), the only series they missed was DS9! Both are extremely talented with Suzie is an author, singer, artist, and sculptor! Check her out at http://www.suzieplakson.com . Morgan who is one and has worked with many icons of the movie industry is also one of a select few of actors appearing in Star Trek and Doctor Who (along with his son Mark Sheppard)! Eugenia and Gerri would like to thank Daniel and Lionel from http://www.supanova.com.au and http://www.lionelmidfordpublicity.com respectively for Suzie, and for Morgan Bill and Adele from Armageddon Expo, New Zealand http://www.armageddonexpo.com/nz/ .
Gerri and Eugenia in this podcast get to interview the man who has appeared in more Star Trek episodes and movies than any other actor. It is none other than Michael Dorn who played the Klingon warrior Worf from Star Trek: The Next Generation and of course Colonel Worf in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. This is part 2 of their TNG interview specials and they were very excited to get the chance to speak to one of the most recognised characters from all the Star Trek Series. We thank Scott from First Contact Conventions http://www.firstcontactconventions.com.au for the interview. So do what they did enjoy your time with Michael Dorn!http://220.127.116.11/~women34
Eugenia and Gerri got to interview not only one of Star Trek: The Next Generation icons, but three of them. In this first interview of a three part The Next Generation series they interview LeVar Burton otherwise known as Geordi LaForge, the Chief Engineer of the USS Enterprise. They also discuss the Chief Engineers of all Star Trek incarnations. Eugenia and Gerri thank Scott Liston from First Contact Conventions http://www.firstcontactconventions.com.au for the interview. So sit back enjoy our TNG specials because we did when we interviewed some of the actors who portrayed some of our most beloved characters.