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Colm Meaney is arguably better known for his film work (The Snapper, The Commitments, The Damned United, etc.) than for his years as Miles O'Brien.
I would say yes, it's arguable. I knew Meaney as Chief O'Brien before I was aware of any of his movies. And if you asked me, I could only name two (The Rock and The Englishman Who Went Up A Hill, But Came Down A Mountain).
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I found another actor who was in TOS and NextGen; Brian Tochi. I don't think he's been mentioned in the thread, yet. He was one of the kids who took over the Enterprise in And the Children Shall Lead (his second acting credit, when he was 9), and played an ensign in Night Terrors 23 years later.
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I would say yes, it's arguable. I knew Meaney as Chief O'Brien before I was aware of any of his movies. And if you asked me, I could only name two (The Rock and The Englishman Who Went Up A Hill, But Came Down A Mountain).
I would add Die Hard II, as the pilot of the British airliner that crashed. And The Commitments, a really great movie.

I remembered another commercial of the early '70s, one that featured a TOS actor: Johnny Haymer, who played "The Constable" in "All Our Yesterdays" ("Aye, m'lord. Called him 'Bones,' he did!"). It was a commercial for a German beer (I forget the brand), and he was a BRD border guard who, IIRC, confiscated a whole two-four as "contraband" and then drank it himself. Spoke German the whole time, and pretty decently too. (The commercial had subtitles.)

This stuck in my mind because I had recently seen "All Our Yesterdays" for the first time and recognized him immediately.
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Arlene Martel, who played Spock's betrothed in "Amok Time", also appeared in Mission: Impossible after Leonard Nimoy joined the cast. Apparently, she also appeared with Leonard Nimoy in an episode of The Rebel, but I've never seen the latter.
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Nimoy played an "educated" Indian in some Western I watch on ME TV, I can't remember which.
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Anthony Caruso, Gangster Mr. Oxmix, again played an Indian, a Cherokee this time in an early Have Gun Will Travel, where Paladin wore the silly white tie.

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Spectre of the Gun involves the gun fight at the OK Corral.
DeForest Kelley was in the film with Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster.
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Spectre of the Gun involves the gun fight at the OK Corral.
DeForest Kelley was in the film with Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster.
He was also in the recreation of the OK Corral by "You Are There" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0751942/ - man just couldn't get out of the corral.
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I just saw the 1973 con-artist hit The Sting, and noticed two Star Trek actors in it - James Sloyan and Charles Dierkop.

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Has anybody mentioned this gem in Shatner's career?

Also, at some point in the late 70s, Shatner did TV commercials for the (now defunct) grocery store chain Loblaws.


Of all the major stars of any ST series, Denise Crosby (she was being built up as the main female character in the early episodes) seems to have the worst post-Trek career. She keeps showing up every few years in something, but always in some neglible, sometimes nameless roles. The most notable part I've seen her play was in the remarkably awful "Pet Semetary" movie. She showed up in an episode of "Mad Men" as the rancher who took care of the horse Betty Draper rode. She also appeared in "the Walking Dead" as one of the members of the cannibal community.

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Has anybody mentioned this gem in Shatner's career?
Shatner also showed up on THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN as Steve Austin's pal who now also got a bona fide super-power, like a Justice Leaguer. No, not that one. No, not that one, either. You know the one who can talk to dolphins? That one.
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...Of all the major stars of any ST series, Denise Crosby (she was being built up as the main female character in the early episodes) seems to have the worst post-Trek career. She keeps showing up every few years in something, but always in some neglible, sometimes nameless roles. The most notable part I've seen her play was in the remarkably awful "Pet Semetary" movie. She showed up in an episode of "Mad Men" as the rancher who took care of the horse Betty Draper rode. She also appeared in "the Walking Dead" as one of the members of the cannibal community.
She had a supporting but not negligible role as the mom of Elijah Wood's girlfriend in Deep Impact.
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Has anybody mentioned this gem in Shatner's career?

Also, at some point in the late 70s, Shatner did TV commercials for the (now defunct) grocery store chain Loblaws.
Incubus used to be on YouTube (probably still is). It's not all that long, and it's a hoot and a holler.

I remember Shatner doing a bunch of things in the '70s. He was a prosecutor in The Andersonville Trials; a James West--type undercover agent in Barbary Coast; a murderer on Columbo; and a cold-blooded killer from "the States" in the Canadian police procedural The Professionals.

He also did commercials for Promise margarine, in which he "promised" to buy no other brand.
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He also "sang" a lot on syndicated shows like Mike Douglas's. Some of these performances have also been immortalized on YouTube.
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In fact, here's one of Shatner's ads for Loblaws.
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I remember Shatner doing a bunch of things in the '70s. He was a prosecutor in The Andersonville Trials; a James West--type undercover agent in Barbary Coast; a murderer on Columbo; and a cold-blooded killer from "the States" in the Canadian police procedural The Professionals.
He showed up on MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE as an aging mobster who literally knows where the bodies are buried but still ain't talking even decades later -- and so our heroes pump him full of drugs, and make him look like he did back when he was a young crook on the rise (by which I mean "remove the old-age makeup so he looks normal-age") and have him playact his way through a day in the life as if waking from a mere dream of men walking on the moon and Nixon being president.

Oh, look: he's just now thought of a place to hide the body!
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He showed up on MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE as an aging mobster who literally knows where the bodies are buried but still ain't talking even decades later -- and so our heroes pump him full of drugs, and make him look like he did back when he was a young crook on the rise (by which I mean "remove the old-age makeup so he looks normal-age") and have him playact his way through a day in the life as if waking from a mere dream of men walking on the moon and Nixon being president.

Oh, look: he's just now thought of a place to hide the body!
I remember that episode too. The IMF even got a Ford Trimotor to fly over the Depression-era movie set where the scam was carried out, just to convince him it really was the 1930s. (Funny how there were no jet airliners over Los Angeles that day.)

The best part was when the drugs started wearing off and Shatner realized he'd been had. They pulled off a similar scheme with Vic Morrow around that time, but in reverse: they convinced him he'd lost his memory of the last umpteen years, and they needed nuclear material he had hidden in the '70s in order to bring World War III to an end.
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I actually paid money for that. Somethibng like a $2.50 DVD from China.

I think...Shatner...acquired his....acting... style...trying to remember his lines in Esperanto.
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In fact, here's one of Shatner's ads for Loblaws.
If you look really, really closely, you can see him dying a little inside as he does that ad.
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I actually paid money for that. Somethibng like a $2.50 DVD from China.

I think...Shatner...acquired his....acting... style...trying to remember his lines in Esperanto.
Close. It was actually when he filled in for Christopher Plummer one night in Hamlet (I think it was), since he was the understudy waiting in the wings. (I forget where this was, other than someplace in Canada.)

Couldn't remember the lines, so his speeches were full of long pauses. He got rave reviews the next day, and was lauded for bringing a "fresh new interpretation" of Shakespeare to the stage.
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If you look really, really closely, you can see him dying a little inside as he does that ad.
Yeah, but doesn't that toup' look great?
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She had a supporting but not negligible role as the mom of Elijah Wood's girlfriend in Deep Impact.
She's also had a recurring role on Ray Donovan, including a couple of episodes this year.
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Yeah, that is some serious 70's hair.
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Close. It was actually when he filled in for Christopher Plummer one night in Hamlet (I think it was), since he was the understudy waiting in the wings. (I forget where this was, other than someplace in Canada.)

Couldn't remember the lines, so his speeches were full of long pauses. He got rave reviews the next day, and was lauded for bringing a "fresh new interpretation" of Shakespeare to the stage.
"To be...or not..to be. Whether tis...nobler...in the mind"
"Slings...and arrows of outrageous...fortune..."

Yeah, I can see that.

Of course, we are working 8 to 5 and worry about the car payment, and he pays someone to... count his... money.

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of course there's the "shats" magnum opus "The stranger" he did with roger corman
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Yeah, that is some serious 70's hair.
All he needed to really fit in was a pornstache. I'd pay to see that!
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I spotted not too long ago Meg Wyllie, one of the Talosians from The Cage (and The Menagerie), in the 60s TV Batman playing an automaton of some sort.
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Two ST alums appeared in the most recent episode of The Orville (a pretty good show, I think, and enjoyable by any Trekker):

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In The Corbimite Manuever Ted Cassidy does the voice of the threatening looking mannequin. Of course he later went on to do Lurch on the Addams Family as well as several cameos as an Indian in several films, plus a lot of voice acting.
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In The Corbimite Manuever Ted Cassidy does the voice of the threatening looking mannequin. Of course he later went on to do Lurch on the Addams Family as well as several cameos as an Indian in several films, plus a lot of voice acting.
Also the voice of the Gorn in Arena and Ruk in What Are Little Girls Made Of?.
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In The Corbimite Manuever Ted Cassidy does the voice of the threatening looking mannequin. Of course he later went on to do Lurch on the Addams Family as well as several cameos as an Indian in several films, plus a lot of voice acting.
According to one story I've read, Gene Roddenberry got Ted Cassidy to impersonate him (Roddenberry) when a persistent tailor insisted on meeting Roddenberry at his office to try to sell him a suit.
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According to one story I've read, Gene Roddenberry got Ted Cassidy to impersonate him (Roddenberry) when a persistent tailor insisted on meeting Roddenberry at his office to try to sell him a suit.
Yes. And Cassidy was fully made up as Ruk at the time.
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Yes! I remember that from Stephen Whitfield's excellent behind-the-scenes book, The Making of Star Trek. Cassidy was seated at Roddenberry's desk in full costume and makeup as Ruk (https://i.pinimg.com/originals/28/8c...7f5378c893.jpg). The salesman, after just briefly being taken aback by Cassidy's appearance, duly proceeded with his sales pitch. Roddenberry was so impressed he bought several suits from the guy.

I just saw the PBS documentary By Sidney Lumet, about the director's long career. Several future ST actors popped up in the various clips of his work:

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Frank Overton, Fail-Safe
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Fritz Weaver, also from Fail-Safe
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Susan Howard ("Mara, Kang's wife") was Mrs Ray Krebs on Dallas.
And she was also Maggie Petrocelli (wife of defense lawyer Tony Petrocelli) on Petrocelli from 1974-76 on NBC.
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William "Commodore Decker" Windom as good-ol'-boy "Uncle Irwin, Fried Chicken Magnate" on The Partridge Family. Must have really needed to pay the rent that month!
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Since I received the first 4 seasons of Ironside on DVD for Christmas (a little early), I've been binge-watching. William Shatner has shown up twice, first as a convict whose wife is murdered while he's in prison, then as a parole officer who gets shot at in the street--by one of his parolees, he says.

Since Eve Whitfield (Barbara Anderson) was also Kodos's loopy daughter in "The Conscious of the King," that makes her brief scenes with Shatner just a little more fun.

Walter Koenig has also appeared once, selling PCP-laced tobacco to schoolkids.
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Psssst! It's "conscience," not "conscious."
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So it is. If Kirk had been conscious of "the king," he would've spotted him earlier.
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Outstanding!

"Peter the Great used PCP. Also Catherine the Great gave it to her horse, to keep up strength. Is Great Wusshin kustum!"

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