Life After Trek Podcast
We’re pleased to announce the eighth episode of our “Life After Trek” podcast, featuring Aron Eisenberg. As you all know, Aron played Nog, the youngest of the Ferengi family, on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Even though he wasn’t a “regular” (Aron corrected us about that during the podcast), Nog was such a presence that he enhanced the entire feel for the series. Being HUGE DS9 fans, we were totally stoked to spend time talking to Aron about his current projects and his life after Trek.
During the podcast he talked about his time on DS9, his videography business, his career/life strategies, and he even filled us in on his inspiration for his role in “It’s Only A Paper Moon” (the episode we, personally, find ourselves returning to over and over again).
We’re pleased to announce the seventh episode of our “Life After Trek” podcast, featuring Tony Todd. If you have a pulse and breathe oxygen, then you're probably familiar with Tony's work. He's been in over 90+ films including Platoon, The Crow, The Rock, The Candyman Series, Final Destination, & Transformers: The Fallen. He's also been in numerous television series including 3 of the 5 Star Trek Series in existence.
Tony is probably best know in the Trek Universe as Worf's brother Kurn who made his first appearance in Star Trek: The Next Generation and then on to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Tony also played an Alpha Hirogen in Star Trek: Voyager. This interview was extremely special to us because of his work in the DS9 episode "The Visitor". Which we consider it to be the best episode of Television...ever.
We’re pleased to announce the sixth episode of our “Life After Trek” podcast, featuring Natalija Nogulich. Since you're reading this post here, I’m sure you all know Natalija for her character of Admiral Nechayev on Star Trek the Next Generation and Deep Space Nine. Her strong and heartfelt portrayal of this memorable character has endeared her to Trek fans everywhere, but did you know that she is also an author? In our interview we here all about her new book called “One Woman’s War” tentatively set for release in the spring of 2011, as well as her current endeavors and her thoughts on the Admiral.
We’re pleased to announce the fifth episode of our podcast called, “Life After Trek” featuring Walter Koenig. Walter is our very first interview with an Original Series actor and we're super pleased to have him on the show. As you may know, we live blogged from the floor of Austin Comic-con and that's where we recorded the interview with Walter. We would like to give a big thanks to WizardWorld for having a fantastic convention and giving us access to get such a fantastic interview. If there's a WizardWorld Comic-con anywhere near you, be sure to stop by. You won't be disappointed.
We’re pleased to announce the fourth episode of our podcast called, “Life After Trek” featuring Chase Masterson & James Kerwin. As you all know, Chase played Leeta on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" and is an accomplished singer, feature film producer & actor. Her most recent role is that of the "Jazz Singer" in the film noir science fiction thriller "Yesterday Was a Lie". In this special episode of "Life After Trek", we talk in depth with "Yesterday Was a Lie" writer / director James Kerwin about the new film and then finish out the episode with a insightful discussion with Chase about her time on DS9.
We’re pleased to announce the third episode of our podcast called, “Life After Trek” featuring none other than Jeffrey Combs. Many of you know Jeffrey from his many and varied characters on Deep Space Nine, Enterprise, & Voyager. He's one of our absolute favorite actors worthy of his own Trek series, where in our minds, he plays every single character. We had the pleasure of spending time with Jeffrey while he was here in Austin during Fantastic Fest. He and "Re-animator" director Stuart Gordon were in town for showings of many of the films that they have collaborated on over the years. Jeffrey was also here to preform his one man show "Nevermore: An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe". We had the opportunity to catch a showing of "Nevermore" and can truly say that it was a breathtaking experience.
We’re pleased to announce the second episode of our podcast called, “Life After Trek” featuring none other than Larry Nemecek. Larry spent a good 50+ minutes giving us a great inside look into the early days of Trek fanzines, convention life, his many writings, his work on Star Trek: Voyager, and a real behind the scenes look into the history of Trek & it's fandom from TNG on.
We got to know Larry at Vegas Khhaaan! this year and had a fantastic time reminiscing on the show. We're always amazed & thrilled by the stories he has to offer. As fans, we can truly say that this episode is a deep dive into Trek fandom. Be sure to check out Larry's website Treklandblog.com as well as his Twitter & Facebook page.
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We’re extremely proud to announce a new feature here at Subspace Communique, a podcast called, “Life After Trek”. In this podcast series, we're featuring Star Trek cast & crew interviews with a focus on what's been happening since leaving Trek. Our first guest is Manu Intiraymi (Icheb from Star Trek: Voyager).
Manu recently spent some time with us on the phone and let us in on on all the latest news. He has several projects soon to be released, among them are the films “Fortress” and “Expired”. He shared his thoughts on the acting world, including who and what inspires him, and then gave us an inside look at his time on “Voyager”.
We had a great time talking with him, and hope you enjoy the podcast. We’d like to thank Manu for taking the time to talk with us and bringing us (and you) up to date with everything he’s been doing lately. Thanks Manu!