Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by Ar-Pharazon, Aug 18, 2020.
Way too young
Ben was in Chariots Of Fire in addition to being "nuSarerk".
Wow, I had no idea. Just reading the new KEL novel with Sarek. That’s gonna take on a different meaning now.
Rest in Peace.
And the second Barnabas Collins as well.
Bummer. That's too young to pass. I thought he was great in Star Trek 2009. I've never seen Chariots of Fire. Might need to do that now.
There's a new Kelvin novel?
Just read this before - very sad to hear.
He was an excellent the Sarek
More Beautiful Than Death by David Mack (member of the DSC S1 production team)
When I saw him in ST09 I figured he was only a decade older than Zachary Quinto was but I guess he was actually in his 60s when filming. I liked his Sarek quite a bit, he had a nice soft voice and and I like how he spoke that line when he's talking to Spock and saying he married Amanda because he loved her. RIP
Note: Chariots of Fire also features a young Alice Krige, aka the Borg Queen. I believe she plays Cross's love interest, although it's been decades since I've seen the movie.
All the more reason to check it out!
Nice to see you, Greg....I've missed your posts! Hope you are well.
Rest in Peace Sir
Quinto pays his respects:
Yes, most unfortunate, 72 seems almost young these days. He was excellent in the otherwise forgettable early to mid 90s fantasy fodder, First Knight as well:
RIP. I really liked him as Sarek. I was just googling Barnabas Collins for unrelated reasons, which is how I somewhat belatedly happened upon the news.
Somewhat OT, but I'm reminded of how I found out about Mark Lenard's death. It was Thanksgiving and my dad asked me if I knew that Spock's dad had died. I was like, "Yeah, I saw that episode." But of course he meant the actor.
Thanks! I'm still posting all over the Trekbbs. Just haven't posted in this forum much since there's been no real news on Movie 4 for awhile. (Not interested in debating the latest unconfirmed rumors about movies that may or may not happen.). I check the TrekLit and General SFF topics most every day.
And I'm hunkered down and well, thanks for asking. Looking forward to my next Trek book coming out in November.
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