He's Dead, Jim. Leonard Nimoy, 83


Leonard Nimoy, the actor who played the iconic Star Trek character Spock, has died at age 83.  His was a remarkable life and career.  He appeared in countless television and movie roles, including in Combat, The Twilight Zone, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and even Get Smart.  He narrated In Search Of, which was a great program.  He also had a sense of humor about himself, voicing his animated self on The Simpsons a couple of times.  Nimoy was also a Veteran, serving as a Sergeant in the US Army in the late 1950s.

He lived long, and he prospered.  RIP Spock.

5 thoughts on “He's Dead, Jim. Leonard Nimoy, 83”

    1. He was in nearly one hundred shows and movies. You should start a blog or somethin’ and post that stuff on your blog!!!

  1. The ME tv rerun network is having a marathon of just about everything he was ever in aside from star trek tonight.

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