Live long, and prosper.

Nichelle Nichols sang with Duke Ellington and Lionel Hampton before turning to acting. As Star Trek's Lt. Uhura, she became one of the first images of black women on tv who weren't servants. She wanted to leave the show to pursue a Broadway career but Martin Luther King Jr. persauded her to stay on as a role model and door opener for other African American roles. The role served as an inspiration to future astronaut Mae Jemison, who would become the first real astronaut to appear on Star Tre...

Dr Spock Vulcan / human & Captain Kirk human being, says Before we go looking for life on other planets can we stop killing life on this one? Live long and Prosper to all humans and aliens ... peaceful July 2013

Sir Patrick Stewart...

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Jim Parsons and Leonard Nimoy


"Commander Uhura to you, mister!" My first crush! #uhura #nyota #startrek #communications #ncc1701 #ussenterprise #becarefulwhatyouwishfor

when worlds collide. Trek Wars by ~Eduardo76 @G Man

Bones, Kirk and Spock. #startrek

by Russell Walks

I love the way the mirror universe T’Pol looked on Star Trek: Enterprise. I’m not sure, but I think this might be the only time that they featured a Vulcan female with hair that long on any of the Star Trek TV series or in the movies.

Before Carrie Fisher ever put on the bronze bikini outfit, there was Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Uhura making boys into men.

Mr. Sulu and the Teacup of Awesome.

candid ...this is adorable


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Ricardo Montalban - as the villain Khan Noonien Singh in the 1967 TV series Star Trek, and played the same role in the 1982 film Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

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From Left to Right Top: Leonard Nimoy, Spock; Walter Koenig, Checkov; Nichelle Nichols, Uhura; William Shatner, Kirk; James Doohan, Scotty; George Takei, Sulu; Deforest Kelly, McCoy "bones" Bottom: Zachary Quinto, Spock; Anton Yelchin, Checkov; Zoe Saldana, Uhura; Chris Pine, Kirk; Simon Pegg, Scotty; John Cho, Sulu; Karl Urban, McCoy "Bones".