Re: Putting the Shatner "ego issue" from TOS to rest
I'm sure he may have a big ego, but that is hardly unusual among actors and less so for leading ones. Some tread softer and grate less on their fellows than others. I enjoy the man's work and any ego problems he might need to curb aren't relevant to me. I'd be disappointed only to the extent it might have kept him from roles I'd have liked to have seen him in. Whether he has an overbearing ego as a matter of fact, that is an issue for his co-workers, family and friends to deal with. Until I'm living next door to him, or working with him, I can't see why I should care.
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