Celebrities You Didn’t Know Stared In Star Trek.

Star Trek is amongst the most notorious sci-fi movie franchise in the history of TV or Film Industries. Despite the original series only running for a few seasons, it spawned numerous spinoffs and films, and created the kind of cult following that basically defined one part of nerd culture. It shouldn’t be a lot of a mystery that, among those geeks, there will be some quite huge names.

All things considered, we’re discussing a demonstrate that numbered Martin Luther King, Jr. as one of its greatest, soonest fans. So it’s no genuine amazement that once in for a short time, some quite sudden superstars tend to appear in the general region of the Enterprise team.

Here are Celebrities that had a visit to the Star ship Enterprise.

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

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“The People’s Champion” surprised both Star Trek and wrestling fans in 2000 when he appeared in Tsunkatse, an episode from season six of Star Trek: Voyager. In the episode Johnson played to his strengths, portraying a pit-fighting champion from the planet Pendari. Johnson’s Pendari character battled popular crew member Seven of Nine (a reformed Borg) during the Tsunkatse fighting tournament.

 

Stephen Hawking

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In the sixth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Hawking appeared in the episode Descent. In the episode chief science officer Data sought scientific advice from the holographs of Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Stephen Hawking – over a game of poker.

 

Iggy Pop

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Iggy Pop appeared in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode The Magnificent Ferengi, he wasn’t relegated to the background or protected from challenging scenes and dialogue. Iggy – a sci-fi nut at heart – played Yelgrun, a Vorta clone, whose role within the evil Dominion was to coax and convince other races into servitude. Iggy’s Yelgren featured in an entertaining game of cat-and-mouse with everyone’s favourite Ferengi: Quark.

 

Mick Fleetwood

Mick Fleetwood, of Fleetwood Mac fame, had perhaps the strangest cameo ever witnessed in the Star Trek universe. Manhunt, from season two of Star Trek: The Next Generation, featured ship counselor Deanna Troi’s mother Lwaxana (played by Gene Rodenberry’s then-wife), searching for a mate on the Starship Enterprise. Among the pool of unsuspecting bachelors is a highly uncomfortable Captain Picard. During the episode, Fleetwood appears briefly as an Antedean dignitary.
Mick Fleetwood, of Fleetwood Mac fame, had perhaps the strangest cameo ever witnessed in the Star Trek universe. Manhunt, from season two of Star Trek: The Next Generation, featured ship counselor Deanna Troi’s mother Lwaxana (played by Gene Rodenberry’s then-wife), searching for a mate on the Starship Enterprise. Among the pool of unsuspecting bachelors is a highly uncomfortable Captain Picard. During the episode, Fleetwood appears briefly as an Antedean dignitary.

 

King Abdullah bin Al-Hussein

King of Jordan, Abdullah II bin al-Hussein, who is a huge fan of Star Trek, was thrilled to be offered the chance to tour the set of Star Trek: Voyager in 1996. Much to the Royal’s surprise, he was offered the chance to appear in the background of the show, which he accepted immediately. King Abdullah played a science officer in the opening of the season two episode Investigations.
King of Jordan, Abdullah II bin al-Hussein, who is a huge fan of Star Trek, was thrilled to be offered the chance to tour the set of Star Trek: Voyager in 1996. Much to the Royal’s surprise, he was offered the chance to appear in the background of the show, which he accepted immediately. King Abdullah played a science officer in the opening of the season two episode Investigations.

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