Leonard Nimoy

Pencil Portrait by Antonio Bosano.

Leonard Nimoy Pencil Portrait
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Leonard Nimoy’s 1975 autobiography was called ‘I am not Spock’. The book title, which the actor later admitted was “a big mistake”, had offended millions of fans of ‘Star Trek’ the long syndicated science fiction television series. So readily identifiable with his role as the Vulcan, long term fanatics had assumed that it was an attack on the character. and Star Trek in general, and did not read the book to find out what was really meant. These devotees of the series are classified in two ways.

Trekkies are fans who devote their entire interest time to Star Trek, whilst Trekkers are very keen fans who manages to balance other interests in their life as well.

I am neither a Trekkie nor a Trekker, but the recent films, and in particular, the revival of the original characters played by a younger generation of actors, has without doubt been an unqualified success. I’ve made that cinematic trip on two occasions in recent years, to revel in Kirk and Co’s embryonic days, and the experience has undoubtedly been more than mere nostalgia.

As for Spock and Uhura – well who would have thought?

Recommended reading

I Am Spock (Leonard Nomoy) 1995


The Official Leonard Nimoy Fan Club


Some interesting articles, artefacts and links, but the site could do with some colour. It’s all a bit sombre.