George Takei, 77, is one of the first original Star Trek cast members to react to the tragic news of Leonard Nimoy‘s death. In his first interview on Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC from Leonard’s hometown of Boston, Mass., George revealed that the actor, famously known for his role as Mr. Spock, was an ‘extraordinary’ man whose passing the Star Trek family felt very much.
Trekkies everywhere were heartbroken when Leonard Nimoy died at 83 on Feb. 27, but they can take comfort in knowing that the Star Trek actor lived long and prospered until the very end. Read the rest of his bittersweet tweet right here.
This is just devastating. News broke on Feb. 27 that original Star Trek star Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock on the iconic series, passed away at the age of 83. Condolences and heartfelt sadness began to pour in from fans and friends of the iconic actor, including from his co-star William Shatner. See what William had to say about his dearly departed old friend.
Star Trek legend Leonard Nimoy has sadly passed away at his home in Bel Air, Cali. on Feb. 27 at the age of 83. The Star Trek actor suffered from end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which attributed to his death. Take a moment to celebrate his life in pictures.
Leonard Nimoy, 83, has sadly passed away. The iconic Star Trek actor suffered from end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which ultimately took his life on Friday, Feb. 27. He will be sorely missed.
82-year-old Leonard Nimoy has lived long, and hopefully he will continue to prosper. The iconic Star Trek actor took to Twitter to tell his legions of adoring fans that he was suffering from lung disease, urging them to quit smoking in the process.