Actor-director Leonard Nimoy,
actor-teacher John de Lancie and
writer-producer Nat Segaloff formed Alien
Voices® in 1996 to create multi-media works of science fiction
and fantasy. The initial enterprise that Nimoy, de Lancie and Segaloff chose was state-of-the-art audio
The casts have included actors and actresses who have appeared in
various "Star Trek"® television and feature film series, among them
(alphabetically): Susan Bay, Roxann Dawson, Richard Doyle, Robert
Ellenstein, Marnie Mosiman, Ethan Phillips, Andrew Robinson, Dwight Schultz
and Armin Shimerman. Incidentally, this marks the first time that actors
and actresses drawn from all Star Trek® "generations" have performed
together in single productions. Nimoy and de Lancie headline each drama.
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Adds de Lancie, whose recurring role as "Q" in "Star Trek: The Next Generation"® and "Star Trek: Voyager"® made him the series' most popular guest star, "I was raised on the classics -- Jules Verne, H.G. Wells and others. Now we can bring these to even wider audiences by means of new technologies and old friends."
Leonard Nimoy was educated at Boston College and Antioch College and studied acting under Jeff Corey. Among his starring stage credits are "Equus," "Deathwatch," "Vincent," "Fiddler on the Roof," "Sherlock Holmes" and "The Man in the Glass Booth." His numerous film and television credits include "Outer Limits," "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," "Profiles in Courage," " Mission: Impossible," "A Woman Called Golda," "Never Forget" and host of the series "In Search of..." and "Ancient Mysteries." As director he has made the films "The Good Mother," "Three Men and a Baby" and "Funny About Love." He also directed the hit films "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock"® and "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home"® in which he played the role of Mr. Spock.
John de Lancie is a Juilliard-trained actor whose theatre work includes major productions at the Mark Taper Forum, the American Shakespeare Company and the Seattle Rep. His films include key roles in "The Hand that Rocks the Cradle," "Fearless," "The Fisher King," "Deep Red" and "Multiplicity" as well as such television hits as "L.A. Law," "Murder One" and "Picket Fences." He co-starred as eccentric inventor Janos Bartok on "Legend" and is the voice of "Dr. Quest" on the new "Johnny Quest" series and re-appeared as "Q" on "Star Trek: Voyager®." He is Associate Director of L.A. Theatre Works and has directed for them such plays as "The Waldorf Conference," "Private Lives," "Invasion From Mars" and its sequel, "When Welles Collide," which he also co-wrote.
Nat Segaloff is a former journalist and college teacher who has written and produced "Biography" programs on John Belushi, Shari Lewis, Darryl F. Zanuck, Larry King and Stan Lee for the Arts & Entertainment Network. He has published six books, contributed chapters to others, and is co-author of the plays "The Waldorf Conference" and "When Welles Collide" (the latter with John de Lancie). Among his production credits are hundreds of television and radio reports and countless newspaper and magazine articles.
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