Throughout his 81 years, Leonard Nimoy has done a lot of things. Between being a beloved actor for his role as Spock in Star Trek, and dabbling in everything from writing to photography over the years, he is a generally awesome guy. But, he just got even cooler.
In 1975, Leonard Nimoy published his memoir I Am Not Spock, and drew instant ire from many first generation Trekkies who thought he was rejecting his ties to the iconic Vulcan. That was never the point, but these days Nimoy's willing to admit that he probably should have called the book something else.
We've been hearing a lot of buzz that J.J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel would further distance itself from The Original Series, meaning that Spock cameo from the first film was a one-time thing. Apparently not, at least according to Leonard Nimoy.
To open or not to open a new transporter toy? That's the question The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon tackles in Thursday's episode. Luckily, he gets some much-needed advice from the most logical source: Leonard Nimoy.
Leonard Nimoy just can't stay away from acting. Remember when he threw in the towel after playing William Bell on Fringe? Well, that didn't stick. The Star Trek alum will make a rare appearance on an episode of CBS' The Big Bang Theory.
As a Vulcan Starfleet officer, Spock has been many things over the character's 45 years of existence: he has been a science officer, a trusted friend, a Captain, a beloved mentor and an ambassador. But a daddy? Well, a Star Trek actress just revealed that it almost happened!
Every year, the American Film Market serves as an international clearing-house for movies good and bad, big and small ... but a lot of them are bad. The kind of bad that scares away children. This selection of posters—for films starring actors like Leonard Nimoy, Christopher Lloyd and Kevin Sorbo—shows precisely how cheese-tastic things can get.
Leonard Nimoy will, we hope, live long and prosper. But wherever the heck he does that living and prospering, it won't be at a Star Trek convention. Because he just attended his final con.
How many times has Leonard Nimoy had the Vulcan salute flashed in front of his face by now? How many times has he heard "Live long and prosper" from Trekkies and casual fans alike? It's probably best to avoid thinking about it. Your brain might melt.
If you could take any item from the set of Star Trek, either the original television show or the films, which would you have? That's the question recently posed to the surviving members of the cast.