Special Guests

Our Special Guests:


Click on the Names below to see a detailed biography and photos.

Special Guests

Brent Spiner

Originally from Houston, Texas, Star Trek: The Next Generation star Brent Spiner got his start in the biz in New York City in the early 1970s in plays such as The Three Musketeers, A History of the American Film, and Sunday in the Park with George. He appeared in Stardust Memories and an episode of Read More »

John de Lancie

One of, if not the, most popular “non-regular” member of the Star Trek: The Next Generation cast is surely none other than John de Lancie, playing the villainous (or was he?) omnipotent (most times) Q! John began acting in a Shakespearian play at the young age of 14 and continued studying his craft through to Read More »

Gates McFadden

Not many Enterprise-D characters could call their Captain by his first name, but Doctor Beverly Crusher, memorably played by Gates McFadden, certainly could – and did. Representing one of the most popular incarnations of Star Trek, Gates McFadden will once again be roaming the corridors – and we expect her predecessor’s Sickbay – of the Read More »

Tracee Lee Cocco

If you’ve watched Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and the feature films Generations, First Contact, and Insurrection, you are already very well acquainted with Tracee Cocco’s work as Lieutenant Jae across many episodes, and also as various background characters and even as a psychologically damaged Borg drone. She’s also appeared as Read More »