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Star Trek: Enterprise's John Billingsley & Chuck's Bonita Friedericy On The Latest SciFi Diner Podcast
Scott & Miles over at the SciFi Diner Podcast have been on quite the Trek winning streak lately. Last week they featured Trek quest star Lee Arenberg and now Dr. Phlox drops by the diner for a chat. That's right, Life After Trek-er John Billingsley and his wife Bonita Friedericy (General Beckman, Chuck) where recent guests at the 2013 Fairpoint Convention and Scott & Miles had the pleasure of interviewing both of them.
Our good buddies Scott & Miles over at The Scifi Diner Podcast just dropped another episode featuring an interview with Lee Arenberg (Grumpy from Once Upon a Time and Pintel from the Pirates of the Caribbean). Lee also has an illustrious Star Trek resume as well. Here's the break down.
First of all, how cool is that? Our friends Scott & Miles from The SciFi Diner Podcast just released another interview from their time at Shore Leave 34. This time, they sit down with Jane Wiedlin from The Go-Gos. Jane has also worked on several feature films including Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and our beloved Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
Our good friends, Scott & Miles, at The SciFi Diner Podcast just posted their interview with Klingon language creator Marc Okrand. Recorded at the most recent Farpoint Convention, Scott & Miles got to spend time with Mark and talk about his experiences in the Trek universe as well as his time working Disney's Atlantis, creating the Atlantean language.
About Mark (from episode description)
We had the great pleasure of being guests on one of our favorite podcasts; The SciFi Diner. Scott & Miles invited us on to talk about our other Trek venture, plus our recent trip to Dallas for the SciFi Expo. Check out the full description below and be sure to download the episode. Scott & Miles always put on a fantastic show.
Our good friends Scott and Miles from The SciFi Diner Podcast are at it again with another great Trek interview. This time the boys are talking with Gary Lockwood, "Gary Mitchell", from the TOS episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before" as well as "Frank Poole" from 2001: A Space Odyssey. It seems like The SciFi Diner has been Trek'd up as of late with last week's interview of John De Lance.
Recorded at this year's Shore Leave convention, Scott, Miles & Gary talk about "Where No Man Has Gone Before" as well as the Kubrick's masterpiece 2001. As always, we can't say enough good things about The SciFi Diner. While we try to put together another episode of "Life After Trek", be sure to get your Trek fill with this awesome SciFi Diner episode.
Our good friends Scott & Miles from The SciFi Diner Podcast just posted another awesome interview with none other than Q, Star Trek's John De Lance. Recorded at this year's Shore Leave convention John discusses his new projects including Torchwood: Miracle Day and of course his time as that mischievous omnipotent being on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, & Star Trek: Voyager. As you guys & gals know, The SciFi Diner is one of our favorite podcasts and you should definitely check out the rare interview with John De Lance. You won't be disappointed. See the episode details below.
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John de Lancie (born March 20, 1948) is an American actor. He is best known for his recurring role as Q on the various Star Trek series and as Frank Simmons in Stargate SG-1.
In July, we featured an article about an upcoming project that desperately needed your help. Called Liberator, and starring Lou Ferrigno, Peta Wilson, Michael Dorn, Don 'The Dragon" Wilson, & Ed Asner, it revolves around a disgraced, washed-up, ex superhero (played by Lou Ferrigno) whose secret black ops past catches up with him -- just as he's trying to put his life back together. The good news is that Liberator got it's funding and will see completion. The even better news is that our buddies Scott & Miles from The SciFi Diner podcast just released their interview with Liberator director / co-writer Aaron Pope & co-writer / producer Jim Cirile.
Unlike other superhero flicks out there, Liberator is based very much in the politics of now. This is a real person in the real world. He's a superhero, yes, but he's also a man and a father dealing with the things that affect us all as humans. It's this personal emotional element that really sets the character, and this project, apart from others in the genre.
We just got back from Vegas Khhaaan! 2011 and are starting to get back into the swing of things. In the meantime, our good friends over at The SciFi Diner Podcast just released a new episode with a fantastic interview featuring the original Dr. Elizabeth Dehner, Sally Kellerman. Many of you know Sally as Dr. Dehner from the TOS episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before" plus her role as Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan in the motion picture version of M*A*S*H. Scott & Miles got a chance to sit down with Sally during Shore Leave 33 and spent some time talking about both Star Trek & M*A*S*H.