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[*] Post 360196 posted on 19-12-2008 at 04:50 Reply With Quote
R.I.P. "The First Lady of Star Trek!"



Majel Barrett Roddenbery, the widow of Gene Roddenberry and who was a fixture in every version of the show, has died.

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She reprises her role as the voice of the Enterprise computer in the upcoming "Star Trek" film directed by J.J. Abrams.

The glasses are heading into the fireplace at Callahan's tonight.

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[*] Post 360197 posted on 19-12-2008 at 06:02 Reply With Quote


She played "Number One," the first officer, in the first Star Trek pilot (the one in which Captain Christopher Pike commanded). Of course, she played nurse Christine Chapel during Captain Kirk's command. She was Troy's mother in Star Trek: the Next Generation.

RW, was she indeed in every version of the show--Enterprise, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager--as well? (I'm asking conversationally, instead of checking--this is a discussion forum, after all. :D)
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RW, was she indeed in every version of the show--Enterprise, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager--as well? (I'm asking conversationally, instead of checking--this is a discussion forum, after all. :D)


She was the voice of the ship's computer in every version, even Enterprise.

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