Terry Farrell was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and in her junior year of high school, the nearly six feet tall Farrell submitted her image to the Elite modeling agency in New York City. Shortly after, at the age of 16, she was invited to New York City and within two days of arriving, had an exclusive contract with Mademoiselle. She went on to appear on the covers of the Italian and German editions of Vogue.
After 18 months of modeling, she studied acting with Kate McGregor Stewart while still modeling on the side. Her first major roles were in the short-lived 1984 television series Paper Dolls, playing a model, and in the feature film Back to School. In the spring of 1989, she began appearing in a number of guest-starring roles in series, including Quantum Leap and The Cosby Show. In 1992, she played Cat in a second pilot for a U.S. version of Red Dwarf. Danny John-Jules never looked that good!
She was offered a lead role in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Jadzia Dax, the space station's Starfleet science officer. This character was an alien species known as the Trill, who is host to a 300-year-old symbiont and could draw upon the memories and knowledge of the symbiont's seven previous hosts. The series debuted in January 1993. When she decided to leave the show at the end of the sixth season, Paramount killed Farrell's "host" character.
Terry then co-starred on Paramount's television comedy series Becker. She played Regina "Reggie" Kostas, foil and love interest to Ted Danson's John Becker, for four years and 94 episodes.
Fun fact! Terry has an asteroid named after here. Just look out for asteroid 26734 Terryfarrell, discovered in 2001.
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Gary Graham has played two roles on Star Trek: the Ocampa Tanis in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Cold Fire", and (more prominently) Vulcan ambassador Soval on Star Trek: Enterprise. He was once considered for the roles of both Benjamin Sisko and Captain Janeway before the decision was made for Janeway to be female and for Sisko to be an African-American.
Gary remembered a conversation with Enterprise producer Rick Berman. "I showed up and Rick said, 'You look like a Vulcan.'"
In fan productions of Star Trek, he plays a new role, Ragnar, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men and continued this role in Star Trek: Renegades.
Gary starred as Detective Matthew Sikes in the television series Alien Nation (1989–1990) and he resumed this role in the TV movies Alien Nation: Dark Horizon (1994), Alien Nation: Body and Soul (1995), Alien Nation: Millennium (1996), Alien Nation: The Enemy Within (1996), and Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy (1997).
Gary and his band will be providing our cabaret for the Sci-Fi Ball 24.
The Sons of Kirk are here to rock your planetary system!!
Gary Graham - Vocals & Guitar
Mike Thompson - Guitar & Vocals
Marc Rivera - Bass & Vocals
Neill Murzynowski - Drums & Vocals.
“To explore new cons. To rock new venues. To bodily go where no band has gone before. Live Long and Rocket…!"
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Victor Joseph Mignogna (min-ya-nah) is an American actor and musician known for his prolific voice-over work in the English dubs of Japanese anime shows, the most notable being Edward Elric from the anime roles include Broly from the Dragon Ball Z films, Tamaki Suoh in Ouran High School Host Club, Fai D. Flowright in Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, Dark Mousy in D.N.Angel, Kurz Weber in the Full Metal Panic! series, Yoshimori Sumimura in Kekkaishi, Zero and Ichiru Kiryu in the Vampire Knight series, Christopher Aonuma in Digimon Fusion, Nagato in Naruto Shippuden, Ikkaku Madarame in Bleach and Koubun Ka in Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic. In video games, he is the voice of E-123 Omega in the Sonic the Hedgehog series and Junpei Iori from Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3. Fullmetal Alchemist series, for which he earned the American Anime Award for Best Actor in 2007.
Vic has been invited to join us at the ball because of his involvement with STAR TREK CONTINUES. This is a critically-acclaimed, award-winning, fan-produced webseries. Vic portrays Captain Kirk.
“Our Stage Nine (an 18,500-square-foot studio named after the original soundstage at Desilu) houses the largest, most complete standing TOS sets in the world — including the bridge, corridors, turbolifts, quarters, sickbay, briefing/rec room, transporter room, Jefferies tube, engineering, auxiliary control, shuttlecraft, and planet sets — precisely constructed using the original Star Trek”.
From “Where No Man Has Gone Before” to “Turnabout Intruder,” TOS chronicled the first four years (2265–2269) of James T. Kirk’s historic five-year mission before the series was prematurely cancelled. STAR TREK CONTINUES is proud to be part of Trek history, completing the final year (late 2269 – early 2270) of the original adventure.
Vic and the talented team of film professionals raised the bar in the quality of stories and overall production on one of the most recognized, popular fan productions ever made.
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Christopher Doohan is one of the sons of Star Trek actor James Doohan. Chris and his twin brother, Montgomery, made uncredited appearances as background extras in the first Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
He appeared alongside Scotty, assisting him in operating the transporter controls during the mission to the Narada in Star Trek Into Darkness as a Transport Officer.
In 2012, it was announced that Doohan would play Scotty in Star Trek Continues, a web-based film series. He also appears as Scotty in Star Trek Online, with a major appearance in the "Agents of Yesterday" expansion pack released in July 2016.
In daily life, Chris Doohan is primarily a singer. In this profession, he competed in a televised talent show known as Your Big Break in 1999, in which participants must impress a studio audience by impersonating the musical celebrity whom they most look or sound like. Doohan emulated country singer Garth Brooks on the show, which was produced and aired by NBC. Doohan also works as a Registered Vascular Technologist.
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