Leonard Nimoy, the sonorous, gaunt-faced actor who won a worshipful global following as Mr. Spock, the resolutely logical human-alien first officer of the Starship Enterprise in the television and movie juggernaut “Star Trek,” died on Friday morning at his home in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles. He was 83.
5 thoughts on “Leonard Nimoy (Spock) Dies at 83”
You have been, and always shall be, our friend.
I keep wanting to say;
“Peace and long life,”
“Live long and prosper,”
as an homage to one of my favorite characters of all time, but it keeps coming across like I’m being a sarcastic a-hole.
This news has made me much more upset than I thought it would.
There’s nothing to be said that hasn’t already been said by fans, fellow actors and those who knew him as Spock (or any of his other roles), as a photographer, as a “singer” or simply someone they knew in one way or another. There aren’t many people who gain the kind of respect that Nimoy did with his life and his career and I would say it’s safe to say there’ll never be anyone quite like him.
We know that Scotty did a Good job.
Farewell Mr Spock!
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