Star Trek: Voyager
This week, Trekcast offers something very special... An interview with ultimately human holographic doctor from Star Trek: Voyager; Robert Picardo.
In a recent interview with Gamespot, Kate Mulgrew talks about her role in Bioware's forthcoming release Dragon Age: Origins. She also discusses her character "Flemeth" and how liberating it can be to work as a voice actor.
GameSpot: You have very broad experience in TV, film, and theater. Tell us your thoughts on taking this different path of being a voice actor for a game.
Tim Russ was recently interviewed on an episode of "365 Days of Astronomy", an amateur astronomy podcast. As reported by Chattanoogan.com, Tim is a amateur astronomer himself and discusses his favorite star gazing equipment and his general interest in astronomy.
Below is the transcript of the podcast.
Here are the answers to this week's installment of The Trivia Tribble Presents. If you haven't tried your hand at the challenge check out the quiz here. Big thanks to the Trivia Tribble David Kleparek for providing the fantastic content.
Star Trek: Voyager
Season 5, Episode 16 “Course: Oblivion”
Here's this week's installment of The Trivia Tribble Presents. As always a huge thanks to the Trivia Tribble David Kleparek for providing the awesome content.
Kate Mulgrew, one of our favorite captains, is joining the cast of the new NBC series 'Mercy'. Mulgrew will play Jeannie Flanagan, the mother of the show's lead, Veronica (Taylor Schilling).
Also in Kate Mulgrew news, she will be lending her voice to the new upcoming Bioware roleplaying game "Dragon Age: Origins". Also lending their voice to the game, is another fave of ours, Tim Curry (Frank-N-Furter, Rocky Horror Picture Show).
More about 'Mercy':
If you're in Toronto Canada this weekend, be sure to check out Fan Expo Canada to see some of your favorite Trek stars live and in person. Held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, the expo was started in 1995 with the launch of the Canadian National Comic Book Expo. Eventually it become the multi-faceted Con that it is today. Check out the list below to see who will be attending.
Jeffery Combs has to be one of our favorite Star Trek actors of all time. He has played 9 different roles in the Star Trek universe and now you can see him in his one man show playing poet Edgar Allen Poe. Called 'Nevermore . . . An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe', Jeffery will continue playing Poe Fridays & Saturdays at the Steve Allen Theater in Hollywood until September 26th. (thanks to reader Elisa for the corrections)
Dragon-Con, the largest multimedia, popular culture convention focusing on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the US, is set for launch September 4th thru the 8th. This year several Star Trek stars will be in attendance including three captains, a vulcan, and an evil mastermind that looks remarkably like H.G. Wells.