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Eugene Wesley “Gene” Roddenberry was born on the 19th August 1921, in El Paso, Texas USA, and was a film producer and screenwriter, best known to the world for creating the original “Star Trek” television series. His career was active from the 1950s until his death in 1991.
Have you ever wondered how rich Gene Roddenberry was, at the time of his death? According to sources, it has been estimated that Roddenberry`s net worth was as high as $500 million, an amount he acquired through his successful career in the entertainment industry.

Gene Roddenberry Net Worth $500 Million

Gene was the child of Eugene Edward Roddenberry and Caroline; when he was two years old, he and his family moved to Los Angeles, California, where his father accepted the job of police commissioner. In his youth, Gene was interested in magazines and books, reading science fiction stories about John Carter of Mars, Tarzan, and the Skylark, among others.
Gene enrolled at the Los Angeles City College, where he majored in police science, and while in college, became interested in aeronautical engineering, which resulted in him joining the USAAC, and obtaining a pilot`s license through their Civilian Pilot Training Program, receiving also the rank of the second lieutenant. He was in the US Army Air Force from 1941 until 1945, and received Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal for his operations over the Pacific, and later as an air crash investigator. He had a reasonable net worth at this point.
After he returned from the war, Gene worked as a pilot for several air companies, and later was the police officer in the Los Angeles Police Department, where he also started his career as a writer, partly because he was in the public information department. His first work was the TV series “The Secret Defense of 117” (1954-1955), which was followed by the TV series “Highway Patrol” (1954-1955). By the end of the 1950s, he had written several episodes for series such as “I Led Three Lives” (1956), “West Point Story” (1956-1957), and “Have Gun – Will Travel” (1957-1963), which only increased his net worth, and also helped him build a name for himself in the entertainment industry as a writer.
In 1963 he created the TV series “The Lieutenant”, and three years later, he wrote the first season of the highly popular TV series “Star Trek”, which then expanded to two more seasons, until it was cancelled in 1968. However, Star Trek was then made into an animated series, which aired through 1973 and 1974. In 1987 the series were rebooted, and aired for another seven seasons, on which Gene was a consultant and occasional writer.
Gene then wrote a number of Star Trek films, including “Star Trek: The Motion Picture” (1979), which was the first in the franchise, followed by “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” (1982), “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock” (1984), “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home” (1986), “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier” (1989), and “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country” (1991), which success increased his net worth by a large margin.
Thanks to his skills, Gene received a number of prestigious nominations and awards, including the nomination for Primetime Emmy award in the category of Outstanding Dramatic Series for his work on “Star Trek”.
Furthermore, he won the Life Career Award given by the Academy of Science Fiction, and also Hugo award in category Best Dramatic Presentation also for the TV series “Star Trek”. Gene also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contribution to television and movies.
Regarding his personal life, Gene was married twice; his first wife was Eileen-Anita Rexroat, the couple married in 1942 and divorced in 1969 following several years of his infidelities. The couple had two children together. Gene then married Majel Barrett the same year, with whom he had been in a romantic relationship while still married. They remained married until his death, and had a son together, Rod Roddenberry.
Gene died in 1991, after having several strokes, which denegrated his health; he was on his way to a doctor when he suffered heart failure; he was pronounced dead, passing away on the 24th October 1991 in Santa Monica, California.

Quick Facts

Birth date: August 19, 1921
Birth place: El Paso, Texas, United States
Death date: October 24, 1991, Santa Monica, California, United States
Height:6 ft (1.85 m)
Profession:Television producer, Writer, Actor, Futurist, Pilot, Screenwriter, Police officer, Film Producer
Education:University of Southern California, University of Miami, Los Angeles City College, Franklin High School, Columbia University
Nationality:American
Spouse:Majel Barrett (m. 1969–1991), Eileen Rexroat (m. 1942–1969)
Children:Rod Roddenberry, Dawn Roddenberry Compton, Darleen Anita Roddenberry-Bacha
Parents:Eugene Edward Roddenberry, Caroline Roddenberry
Siblings:Doris Roddenberry, Robert Roddenberry
Books:Star Trek
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Interesting Facts

#Fact
1An asteroid discovered on March 2, 1981 has been renamed 4659 Roddenberry in his honor. He also has a crater located east of Argyre Planitia in Noachis Terra on Mars named in his honor.
2Shortly before his death, he was attended by cast members of both the original Star Trek (1966) series and Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) for the unveiling of a building named in his honor on the Paramount Studios lot.
3The Star Trek (1966) episode "Plato's Stepchildren" featured the first interracial kiss on television, between Kirk and Uhura. They were forced under mind-control, but it's still regarded as a milestone.
4An interviewer asked Roddenberry about the casting of Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard, saying "Wouldn't they have cured baldness by the 24th Century?". Roddenberry answered "By the 24th Century, they wouldn't care.".
5Battled alcoholism and drug addiction most of his adult life. His health deteriorated rapidly during development and production of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) which caused a great deal of friction with the writing staff, and later forced Roddenberry to retire in the series' third season due to failing health and memory problems.
6His grandson, Zale Eugene Roddenberry, was born on August 6, 2013, 10:40 p.m. PT, and weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces.
7Was an officer with the Los Angeles Police Department from 1949 - 1956. He left the L.A.P.D. as a Sergeant to pursue his interest in the entertainment industry.
8Inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame in 2007 and the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 2010.
9Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6683 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on September 4, 1985.
10His series Star Trek (1966) was one of the first series to have African-American and Asian actors in leading roles.
11Based the iconic character Mr. Spock on Los Angeles Police Chief W.H. Parker with whom he worked closely.
12Attended Columbia University, the University of Miami and the University of Southern California but did not graduate.
13Grew up in Los Angeles, California.
14Biography in: "American National Biography". Supplement 1, pp. 521-522. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
15Was close friends with Jack Webb and Ray Bradbury.
16During his years in the L.A.P.D., he was the spokesman of Police Chief W.H. Parker.
17Died on October 24, 1991, exactly ten years after Marina Sirtis' father.
18While meeting with George Takei about a role on Star Trek (1966), Gene accidentally pronounced George's last name "Ta-kei", which is similar to the word expensive in Japanese "takai". He remembered the pronouncation by rhyming it with "okay".
19Father, with Majel Barrett, of Rod Roddenberry.
20Father of actress Dawn Roddenberry and Darleen Roddenberry-Bacha who died on October 29, 1995 in an auto accident.
21Shared the same birthday as Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) stars Jonathan Frakes and Diana Muldaur.
22Died within 48 hours of screening Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991), the last Trek that revolved around his original characters.
23Served on the Los Angeles Police Force from 1949 - 1956, badge number 6089. This information from "Star Trek Creator" by David Alexander.
24His old pseudonym Robert Wesley was used in the Star Trek (1966) episode "The Ultimate Computer" as the name of a character, played by Barry Russo.
25He had many lovers and was sometimes overt about it. He and Majel Barrett had been lovers for years when he decided it was time to marry her and asked her to join him -- although he happened to be visiting Japan at the time. Gene did not adhere to any particular religion and since they were in Japan they chose to have a Shinto-Buddhist wedding on August 6, 1969. They regarded this as their real wedding, but his divorce was not yet final and they made it legal with a civil ceremony on December 29, 1969.
26His first television script sale, in 1953, was the episode ''Defense Plant Gambling'' for the series Mr. District Attorney (1954). It was broadcast March 2, 1954. In the science-fiction field, his first was "The Secret Weapon of 117", broadcast March 6, 1956 on the anthology series "Chevron Hall of Stars".
27During World War II, he wrote a song lyric "I Wanna Go Home", which became popular.
28On June 19, 1947, he was deadheading (traveling while not on duty) on a Pan Am plane when it crashed in the Syrian desert, killing 7 of 9 crew and 7 of 26 passengers on board. He rescued the Maharani of Phaltan from the wreck. Rescue came in hours, but too late to save most of the luggage, and the victims' possessions, from local tribesmen and villagers.
29In 1943 while a United States Army Air Corps pilot, he flew B-17 bombers during World War II, his plane crashed on takeoff because of a mechanical failure, killing two crew members.
30Might have died in a house fire when still a toddler along with Bob, Doris, and their mother, but a milkman came along and woke them in time.
31Some of his ashes sent up in a rocket, launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base.
32During World War II, he had a friend named Kim Noonien Singh; after the war Kim disappeared, and Gene used his name for some characters in the Star Trek series (Khan Noonien Singh from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) and Noonien Soong from Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)) in hopes that Kim might recognize his name and contact him.


Trademarks

#Trademark
1Known for having diverse casts with many races and creeds represented in the characters
2His view of people as being inherently decent and willing to help each other
3Best known for his utopian vision of the future in which war and poverty have been eradicated
4Many episodes of "Star Trek" had a minor character (known as a redshirt for their distinctive clothing) die to show the danger faced by the main characters
5His stories often have a conflict between emotion and logic
6Many of his antagonists are portayed as good individuals taken over by fanaticism
7Often used colors to show authority (captains wore yellow, commanders wore blue, etc.)
8Best known as the creator of the television series Star Trek (1966)
9Frequently used sci-fi stories as metaphors for social issues
10His characters are often very diverse, covering many races and ethnicities
11His stories often reflect his social views


Quotes

#Quote
1Star Trek was an attempt to say humanity will reach maturity and wisdom on the day that it begins not just to tolerate, but take a special delight in differences in ideas and differences in lifeforms.If we cannot learn to actually enjoy those small differences, to take a positive delight in those small differences between our own kind, here on this planet, than we do not deserve to go out into space and meet the diversity that is almost certainly out there.
2[on his first meeting with Leonard Nimoy] If I ever do a science-fiction show, I'm going to put pointed ears on him and use him.
3These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five year mission... to boldly go where no man has gone before.
4The strength of a civilization is not measured by its ability to fight wars, but rather by its ability to prevent them.
5We must question the story logic of having an all-knowing, all-powerful God, who creates faulty humans, and then blames them for his own mistakes.
6I wish I had more control, more like Edgar Rice Burroughs had, but I'm a realist, too. I work in television. I don't know that I would want to spend the rest of my life controlling my characters.
7Normal television limits what you can do. With science fiction, you can exercise your imagination more. I fell in love with it.
8I have felt many times trapped by Star Trek. It cost me dearly. It won't anymore, because I've come to grips with what it is and where it fits in my life.
9A man either lives life as it happens to him, meets it head-on and licks it, or he turns his back on it and starts to wither away.


Pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1997OFTA TV Hall of FameOnline Film & Television AssociationBehind the Scenes
1992George Pal Memorial AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA
1985Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 4 September 1985. At 6683 Hollywood Blvd
1980Life Career AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA
1977Executive Achievement AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA
1967HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic PresentationStar Trek (1966)· Marc Daniels (director)
1958WGA Award (TV)Writers Guild of America, USAWesternHave Gun - Will Travel (1957)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1988HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic PresentationStar Trek: The Next Generation (1987)· Corey Allen (director)
· D.C. Fontana (written by)
1980HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic PresentationStar Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)· Robert Wise (director)
· Harold Livingston (screenplay)
· Alan Dean Foster (story)
1979Stinker AwardThe Stinkers Bad Movie AwardsWorst PictureStar Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
1975HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic PresentationThe Questor Tapes (1974)· Richard A. Colla (director)
· Gene L. Coon (screenplay)
1974HugoHugo AwardsBest Dramatic PresentationGenesis II (1973)· John Llewellyn Moxey (director)
1968Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Dramatic SeriesStar Trek (1966)
1968WGA Award (TV)Writers Guild of America, USAEpisodic DramaStar Trek (1966)· Boris Sobelman (teleplay)
1967Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Dramatic SeriesStar Trek (1966)· Gene L. Coon (producer)


Filmography

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Naked City1962TV Series writer - 1 episode
Dr. Kildare1962TV Series written by - 1 episode
A.P.O. 9231962TV Movie creator - writer
Target: The Corruptors1961TV Series story - 1 episode
ShannonTV Series writer - 1 episode, 1961 teleplay - 1 episode, 1961
Two Faces West1961TV Series teleplay - 1 episode
Whiplash1961TV Series written by - 4 episodes
Wrangler1960TV Series writer - 1 episode
Alcoa Theatre1960TV Series 1 episode
Hotel de Paree1960TV Series written by - 1 episode
The DuPont Show with June Allyson1960TV Series story - 1 episode
The DetectivesTV Series 1 episode, 1960 writer - 1 episode, 1960
Jefferson DrumTV Series written by - 2 episodes, 1958 writer - 2 episodes, 1958
Harbor Command1958TV Series written by - 1 episode
Boots and SaddlesTV Series written by - 2 episodes, 1957 - 1958 writer - 2 episodes, 1957
Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre1957TV Series adaptation - 1 episode
West PointTV Series 4 episodes, 1956 - 1957 writer - 8 episodes, 1956 - 1957
True Story1957TV Series 1 episode
The Kaiser Aluminum Hour1957TV Series writer - 1 episode
Dr. ChristianTV Series written by - 1 episode, 1957 writer - 1 episode, 1957
Highway Patrol1955-1956TV Series screenplay - 5 episodes
Chevron Hall of Stars1956TV Series written by - 1 episode
I Led 3 LivesTV Series 1 episode, 1956 writer - 1 episode, 1956
Mr. District Attorney1954TV Series writer - 6 episodes
Star Trek: USS PAN2018Based upon Star Trek created by Gene Roddenbury announced
Star Trek: Discovery2017TV Series based upon "Star Trek" created by - 9 episodes pre-production
Star Trek Equinox: The Night of TimeTV Movie Based upon "Star Trek" created by filming
Untitled Star Trek Sequelbased upon "Star Trek" created by announced
The Federation Files2016TV Series based upon "Star Trek" created by - 1 episode
Star Trek ContinuesTV Series Based upon "Star Trek" created by - 5 episodes, 2013 - 2015 based upon "Star Trek" created by - 2 episodes, 2016
Star Trek: Captain Pike2016Based upon "Star Trek" created by
Star Trek Beyond2016based upon "Star Trek" created by
Star Trek: Revenge2016Short creator
Star Trek: Progeny2016TV Series creator - 1 episode
Star Trek: Horizon2016Based upon "Star Trek" created by
The Red Shirt Diaries2014-2015TV Mini-Series based upon the works of - 16 episodes
Star Trek: Renegades2015TV Series created by - 1 episode
Spoof Trek IV: The Parody Home2015Short characters
Star Trek Anthology2015TV Series Based Upon "Star Trek" created by - 1 episode
Star Trek New Voyages: Phase IITV Series creator - 8 episodes, 2004 - 2013 creator "Star Trek" - 2 episodes, 2006 - 2011
This Ain't Star Trek 3 XXX: This Is a Parody2013Video based on the characters created by
Star Trek Into Darkness2013television series "Star Trek"
Star Trek: GENESIS2012TV Series creator - 2 episodes
Star Trek: The Next Generation - A XXX Parody2011Video based on the characters created by
This Ain't Star Trek XXX 2: The Butterfly Effect2010Video based on the characters created by
This Ain't Star Trek XXX2009Video based on the characters created by
Star Trek2009television series "Star Trek"
Star Trek: Odyssey2007-2009TV Mini-Series short creator "Star Trek" - 7 episodes
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men2007Video based on Star Trek created by
Metrénský incident2007Video creator "Star Trek"
Sex Trek: Charly XXX2007Video based on the characters created by
Sex Trek: Where No Man Has Cum B42007Video based on the characters created by
Borg War2006Video creator
Andromeda2000-2005TV Series created by - 110 episodes
Star Trek: Enterprise2001-2005TV Series based upon "Star Trek" created by - 98 episodes
Star Trek: Voyager - The Arcade Game2002Video Game creator "Star Trek"
Star Trek: Nemesis2002television series Star Trek
Earth: Final ConflictTV Series created by - 110 episodes, 1997 - 2002 written by - 1 episode, 1997
Star Trek: Armada II2001Video Game creator "Star Trek"
Star Trek: Voyager1995-2001TV Series based upon "Star Trek" created by - 170 episodes
Star Trek: Hidden Frontier2000TV Series short creator
Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion1999Video Game creator
The Star Trek Encyclopedia1999Video Game documentary creator "Star Trek"
Ultimate Trek: Star Trek's Greatest Moments1999TV Short creator "Star Trek"
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine1993-1999TV Series based upon "Star Trek" created by - 173 episodes
Sex Trek: The Man Eater1999Video based on the characters created by
XXX Trek: The Final Orgasm1999Video based on the characters created by
Star Trek: Insurrection1998creator
Star Trek the Experience: The Klingon Encounter1998Short creator "Star Trek"
Star Trek: Borg1996Video Game creator "Star Trek: The Next Generation" - uncredited
Star Trek: First Contact1996television series Star Trek
William Shatner's Star Trek Memories1995Video documentary creator "Star Trek"
Sex Trek IV: The Next Orgasm1994Video based on the characters created by
Sex Trek V: Deep Space Sex1994Video based on the characters created by
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy Starship Bridge Simulator1994Video Game characters
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Future's Past1994Video Game characters
Star Trek: Generations1994television series Star Trek
Star Trek: The Next GenerationTV Series created by - 176 episodes, 1987 - 1994 teleplay by - 2 episodes, 1987 - 1988 written by - 1 episode, 1987
Star Trek: The Next Generation1993Video Game characters
'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine': Behind the Scenes1993Video documentary creator "Star Trek"
Sex Trek III: The Wrath of Bob1992Video based on the characters created by
Sex Trek II: The Search for Sperm1991Video based on the characters created by
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country1991television series "Star Trek"
A Night with Troi1991Video Game character
Sex Trek1990Video based on the characters created by
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier1989Video Game creator
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier1989creator
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home1986television series Star Trek
Star TrekTV Series created by - 79 episodes, 1966 - 1969 story by - 6 episodes, 1966 - 1969 written by - 5 episodes, 1966 - 1986 teleplay by - 2 episodes, 1968 - 1969
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock1984television series Star Trek
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan1982television series Star Trek
Star Trek: The Motion Picture1979based on Star Trek created by
Spectre1977TV Movie screenplay / story
Star Trek: The Animated Series1973-1974TV Series created by - 22 episodes
Planet Earth1974TV Movie creator / story / teleplay
The Questor Tapes1974TV Movie story / teleplay
Genesis II1973TV Movie written by
Pretty Maids All in a Row1971screenplay
Alias Smith and Jones1971TV Series story - 1 episode
Police Story1967TV Movie
The LieutenantTV Series created by - 29 episodes, 1963 - 1964 written by - 2 episodes, 1963 - 1964 teleplay by - 1 episode, 1963
The Virginian1963TV Series story - 1 episode
Have Gun - Will Travel1957-1963TV Series written by - 24 episodes
The Lawbreakers1963TV Series adaptation - 2 episodes
G.E. True1962TV Series teleplay - 1 episode

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Star Trek: Nemesis2002executive producer - posthumously credited on other mediums, uncredited
Star Trek: The Next Generation1987-1992TV Series executive producer - 125 episodes
Star Trek 25th Anniversary Special1991TV Movie documentary executive producer
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier1989executive producer
Star TrekTV Series executive producer - 67 episodes, 1966 - 1969 producer - 13 episodes, 1966 - 1986
Star Trek: The Motion Picture1979producer
Spectre1977TV Movie executive producer
Planet Earth1974TV Movie executive producer
The Questor Tapes1974TV Movie executive producer
Genesis II1973TV Movie producer
Pretty Maids All in a Row1971producer
Police Story1967TV Movie producer
The Long Hunt of April Savage1966TV Movie producer
The Lieutenant1963-1964TV Series producer - 29 episodes
Wrangler1960TV Series producer - 1 episode
Alcoa Theatre1960TV Series producer - 1 episode

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier1989executive consultant
Star Trek: The Next Generation1987-1988TV Series showrunner - 17 episodes
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home1986executive consultant
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock1984executive consultant
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan1982executive consultant
Star Trek: The Motion Picture1979creator: original story - uncredited
Star Trek: The Animated Series1973-1974TV Series executive consultant - 22 episodes
The Questor Tapes1974TV Movie executive consultant
Mr. District Attorney1954TV Series technical advisor

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Star Trek Beyond2016writer: "Theme from 'tt0060028' TV Series"
One Hit Wonderland2015TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
BBC Proms2013TV Series writer - 1 episode
Star Trek Into Darkness2013"Star Trek Main Theme", uncredited
Star Trek2009writer: "Theme from tt0060028 "
Muppets from Space1999writer: "Theme from 'Star Trek' TV series"
The Lemon Sisters1989"THEME FROM STAR STREK"
Star Trek: The Motion Picture1979writer: "Theme from 'Star Trek: The television Series'"

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Star Trek1966-1986TV SeriesHost of Video Release / Enterprise Chef

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
50 Years of Star Trek2016TV Movie special thanks
Dreadnought Dominion2015TV Series very special thanks - 1 episode
A Tribute to J.J. Abrams2013Short very special thanks
Picard & Kirk Into Space2012Documentary short dedicatee
Atop the Fourth Wall2012TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
Four Hours: A Space Trip2011Documentary short grateful acknowledgment
Rod the Stormtrooper: Episode IV - Remnants of the Past2009Short special thanks
Star Trek2009in memory of
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men2007Video with acknowledgement to the works of
Star Trek: ConQuest Online2000Video Game very special thanks
Free Enterprise1998special thanks
StarCraft1998Video Game thanks
Star Wreck: Lost Contact1997Video short special thanks
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country1991in memory of
Star Trek Logs: An MTV Big Picture Special Edition1991TV Special documentary in memory of
The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal1985Documentary special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
America Loves... Star Trek2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Biography1994-1996TV Series documentaryHimself - 'Star Trek' Creator / Himself
Star Trek 25th Anniversary Special1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
Amazing Worlds of Science Fiction and Fantasy1991VideoHimself
Star Trek Adventure1991ShortHimself
The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal1985DocumentaryHimself
Clapper Board1980TV SeriesHimself
The Mike Douglas Show1975TV SeriesHimself - Producer

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Our Star Trek: The Fifty Year Mission2015DocumentaryHimself
The True Story2013TV Series documentaryHimself
Stardate Revisited: The Origin of Star Trek - The Next Generation2012DocumentaryHimself
Trek Nation2010DocumentaryHimself
How William Shatner Changed the World2005TV Movie documentaryHimself
Birth of a Timeless Legacy2004Video shortHimself
Sci Fi Visionaries2004Video shortHimself

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