Leonard Nimoy’s life after Star Trek the original series would be a busy one. After Star Trek ended he joined the cast of the spy series Mission: Impossible. He also stayed busy with roles in other TV shows including guest starring roles in Rod Serling’s Night Gallery and Columbo and made for TV movies most notably A Woman called Golda in which he received an Emmy Award nomination for best supporting actor.
Nimoy would continue with his love for acting on the stage, he would produce direct and lend his voice to films. His childhood love for photography would lead to exhibitions at R. Michelson Galleries in Northampton, Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. Nimoy would even releasing some musical recordings.
In the final film of ‘the Trilogy’ the crew of The Enterprise are branded as fugitives for the crime of rescuing Spock from the Genesis planet. Dutifully they are on their way.....Read More
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