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  • William Shatner (ur. 22 marca 1931 w Montrealu) - kanadyjski aktor, odtwórca roli kapitana Enterprise - Jamesa T. Kirka w serialu Star Trek: The Original Series oraz w kolejnych siedmiu pełnometrażowych filmach serii Star Trek, obecnie występujący w roli Denny'ego Crane'a, adwokata-legendy w serialu Boston Legal. To jest jedynie zalążek artykułu. Pomóż Memory Alpha rozszerzając go.
  • William Shatner is an actor most famous for his role as Captain Kirk on Star Trek. He was first referenced in the Season Two episode, "Spookyfish", and was later appeared on Family Guy in the Season Ten episode, "Cartoon Wars Part I".
  • William Shatner is a Canadian actor, musician, recording artist, author, and film director who is most known for his work as James T. Kirk on the original Star Trek television series and first seven spin-off feature films. His Disney roles included a cameo appearance on Muppets Tonight in the episode "Whoopi Goldberg", a singer for the song "To Infinity and Beyond" in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, Jason of the Argonauts in the Hercules episode "Hercules and the Argonauts" and Kazar in The Wild.
  • William Shatner is a Canadian actor, musician, singer, author, film director, spokesman and comedian, born 22 March 1931.
  • Chick magnet and Imodium spokesperson, William Shatner played Captain James Tinkerbell Kirk on Star Trek for its entire 3-year run.
  • William Shatner performed the voice of Ozzie in Over the Hedge. Shatner did so many films and TV shows including Star Trek.
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  • The guy that got to yell, ""give me more power Scotty!""- William Shatner
  • William Shatner (born March 22, 1931) appears as attorney Denny Crane, one-third of the Boston area-based law firm Crane, Poole & Schmidt on Boston Legal. Best known amongst TV/film viewers for his roles as Capt. Kirk on Star Trek:The Original Series, as well as subsequent big screen cinematic features based on the original TV series released from 1979 to 1994, and as police detective Sgt. T.J. Hooker from the 1980's ABC-TV series, William's acting career has lasted for more than six decades.
  • This earned him an acting career, simply because this man (who hadn't even finished dominating his 8th grade year), was such a great actor (pointing at TV and saying something weird is how you become famous, (see: Billy Joel)). Walking out the door to earn a living at age 14, Shatner had to return home because the IRS did not have a calculation as to how much money a 14 year old should be robbed of should be taxed on there income. (see: Income tax)
  • I think he looks absolutely nothing like Matthew McConaughey, does he?
  • William Shatner wurde am 22. März 1931 in Montreal, Kanada geboren. Er ist ein kanadischer Schauspieler, Regisseur, Autor und Sänger. Er ist am besten durch seine Rolle als Captain James T. Kirk aus Raumschiff Enterprise bekannt die er ebenfalls in sieben Star Trek-Kinofilmen einnahm. Im Film Star Trek V: Am Rande des Universums übernahm er die Regie und schrieb am Drehbuch mit. Des Weiteren spielte er T.J. Hooker aus der gleichnamigen Serie und Denny Crane aus Boston Legal. Seine Science Fiction-Romanreihe TekWar wurde als Fernsehserie verfilmt.
  • William Shatner (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Montreal, Quebec, Kanada Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein kanadischer Produzent, Autor, Regisseur, Sänger, Komponist, Synchronsprecher und Schauspieler. Er wurde hauptsächlich durch seine Rolle als James Tiberius Kirk weltberühmt. Shatner spielte Kirk in [[]], den ersten sieben Star-Trek-Kinofilmen und vertonte diesen Charakter in [[]].
  • Kategorio:kemio William Shatner estas la inventinto de artefarita lingvo, kiun oni uzis en la filmo Incubus: rimarkinda miksaĵo de Esperanto, la franca, kaj la zombia. Poste, pro honto, li foriris el Tero en brokanta kosmoŝipo, ŝanĝis la nomon al "Kapitano Kirk", kaj malkovris la klingonojn.
  • William Shatner (b. 1931) is a Canadian-born actor and author undoubtedly best known for his role as Captain James T. Kirk in the original Star Trek series. He appeared on Muppets Tonight in episode 109 in a cameo appearance with Miss Piggy on an airplane, re-enacting a scene from his best known of two appearances on the original Twilight Zone. The scene also referenced his 1996 book Man o' War, which Piggy is reading. Shatner asks if she wants him to autograph the book, making it out to Babe.
  • William Alan Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is a Canadian actor, recording artist, and author. He gained worldwide fame and became a cultural icon for his portrayal of James T. Kirk, captain of the USS Enterprise, in the science fiction television series Star Trek from 1966 to 1969, Star Trek: The Animated Series from 1973 to 1974, and in seven of the subsequent Star Trek feature films from 1979 to 1994. In "The King Is Dead" he can be seen in the audience during the performance of The King and I. Peter used the name T.J. Hooker while confronting the criminal in "To Love and Die in Dixie".
  • Nacido el 22 de Marzo de 1931 en Montreal, Quebec (Canadá), de la unión de Ann y Joseph Shatner, fue un estudiante aplicado en la escuela de negocios de la McGill University. Después de su paso universitario, Shatner no tardó en incorporarse al teatro profesional. Su primer trabajo, no obstante se desarrolló tras los escenarios: el joven graduado se convirtió de la noche a la mañana en subdirector del Mountain Playhouse de Montreal, trabajo administrativo que no dudaría en abandonar al poco tiempo hastiado del mismo. Renegando de su inicial vocación empresarial, el ex-ejecutivo ingresó, como actor suplente, en la Canadian Repertory Company de Ottawa, en cuyo seno generó su primer gran actuación: un aplaudido Henry V que la compañía presentó en el Stratford Shakespeare Festival de Ontario.
  • William Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is an Emmy-winning Canadian actor, singer, director and comedian best known for his role as Captain James T. Kirk in the subsequent Star Trek: The Original Series, which ran from 1966 to 1969, and it's various movie spin-offs that followed for years to come. Shatner has had other TV roles such as Paul De Vinger on "77 Sunset Strip", David Koster on "For the People", Dr. Carl Noyes on "Dr. Kildare", Jeff Cable on "Barbary Coast", as the title character on "T.J. Hooker", the host on "Rescue 911", Walter H. Bascom on the various Tekwar telefilms (and it's short-lived series spin-off; both of which were based on his book series of the same name), The Big Giant Head on "Third Rock from the Sun" and as lawyer Denny Crane on "The Practice" and it's better kno
  • Shatner first teased his involvement in the series when he posted "I'm a brony" on Twitter in April 2016; earlier, in March 2015, Shatner made several tweets referencing the show and stating Rainbow Dash was his favorite pony. Shatner's appearance was teased further when, in January 2017, series writer Nick Confalone asked him to "DO A VOICE ON THE SHOW" and Shatner replied "What makes you think I haven't?" He officially confirmed his role in season seven in February 2017.
  • One of the most charming largest hams of all time. Most well known for his portrayal of Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek: The Original Series, he has offered an assortment of impossibly intense, emotive performances, often ... including! oddly placed ... emphasis and ... pauses! His recitation of the Preamble to the US Constitution in the episode "The Omega Glory" is legendary: "WEEEEE . . . the PEEEE-ple!" For a quick primer on how do a passable William Shatner impersonation, simply emphasize the first noun, then say the rest of the sentence as rapidly as possible:
  • Shatner werd geboren op 22 maart 1931 in Canada. Hoewel hij geboren is in de provincie Quebec is hij Engelstalig en heeft hij Joodse voorouders, maar hij spreekt vloeiend Frans. Hij kreeg een graad van "Bachelor of Commerce" van de McGill University in Montreal, Canada, waar het studentencentrum herdoopt werd als "The Shatner Center" in de jaren 1990 in een studentenverkiezing. (Er hangt een mager teken in de hal, maar de administratie van de universiteit heeft de naamsverandering nooit officieel aanvaard.) Shatner heeft drie dochters, Melanie, Lisabeth en Leslie.
  • The Shatner/Reeves-Stevens novels primarily feature the further adventures of a resurrected Captain James T. Kirk in the 24th century, post-Star Trek Generations. They are often epic in scale, and filled with franchise-wide crossovers. Because there was concern as to confusion to the casual viewer/reader, references to Kirk still being alive in other Star Trek novels and series are not often made outside of these work, leading fans to think of it as an alternate series from the rest of Star Trek continuity. Since there has never been an explicit statement of such, however, this remains an assumption made by some readers only.
  • William Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is a Canadian actor, musician, singer, author, film director, spokesman and comedian. He gained worldwide fame and became a cultural icon for his portrayal of James T. Kirk, captain of the USS Enterprise, in the science fiction television series, Star Trek, from 1966 to 1969; Star Trek: The Animated Series from 1973 to 1974; and in seven of the subsequent Star Trek feature films from 1979 to 1994. He has written a series of books chronicling his experiences playing Captain Kirk and being a part of Star Trek, and has co-written several novels set in the Star Trek universe. He has also authored a series of science fiction novels called TekWar that were adapted for television.
  • However, Shatner's eccentric style, which involved highly mannered and exaggerated readings (and at one point shouting), as opposed to singing, of the lyrics, made the album an object of ridicule and it was a commercial failure. This did not stop Shatner from pursuing his musical bent: his 1978 hosting of the Science Fiction Film Awards featured a much-parodied performance of Elton John's Rocket Man (in which he seems to be in possession of an everlasting cigarette).
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  • William Shatner (ur. 22 marca 1931 w Montrealu) - kanadyjski aktor, odtwórca roli kapitana Enterprise - Jamesa T. Kirka w serialu Star Trek: The Original Series oraz w kolejnych siedmiu pełnometrażowych filmach serii Star Trek, obecnie występujący w roli Denny'ego Crane'a, adwokata-legendy w serialu Boston Legal. To jest jedynie zalążek artykułu. Pomóż Memory Alpha rozszerzając go.
  • William Shatner is an actor most famous for his role as Captain Kirk on Star Trek. He was first referenced in the Season Two episode, "Spookyfish", and was later appeared on Family Guy in the Season Ten episode, "Cartoon Wars Part I".
  • William Shatner is a Canadian actor, musician, recording artist, author, and film director who is most known for his work as James T. Kirk on the original Star Trek television series and first seven spin-off feature films. His Disney roles included a cameo appearance on Muppets Tonight in the episode "Whoopi Goldberg", a singer for the song "To Infinity and Beyond" in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, Jason of the Argonauts in the Hercules episode "Hercules and the Argonauts" and Kazar in The Wild.
  • William Alan Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is a Canadian actor, recording artist, and author. He gained worldwide fame and became a cultural icon for his portrayal of James T. Kirk, captain of the USS Enterprise, in the science fiction television series Star Trek from 1966 to 1969, Star Trek: The Animated Series from 1973 to 1974, and in seven of the subsequent Star Trek feature films from 1979 to 1994. Shatner also played the eponymous veteran police sergeant in T.J. Hooker from 1982 to 1986. He has since worked as a musician, author, producer, director, and celebrity pitchman. From 2004 to 2008, he starred as attorney Denny Crane in the television dramas The Practice and its spin-off Boston Legal, for which he won two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award. Shatner has appeared as a character on several episodes, which usually parody his bombastic acting style, his somewhat less than athletic physique, and his toupé. In "I Never Met the Dead Man", he befriended Peter Griffin after his car broke down outside the Griffins house: Later, while running barefoot in the rain together, both of them were accidentally run down by Meg driving the family car. Peter survived, but Shatner was killed. In "The King Is Dead" he can be seen in the audience during the performance of The King and I. Peter used the name T.J. Hooker while confronting the criminal in "To Love and Die in Dixie". Shatner also been seen as Captain Kirk in an old clip of Star Trek, and as Tevye in a performance of the musical Fiddler on the Roof, where, after screwing up his lines, he broke character to yell for Khan in "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein". In "The Kiss Seen Around the World", Neil Goldman’s class presentation is on the 1967 Star Trek episode “Arena”. Neil and his teacher briefly argue about who is the “superior officer”: Captain Kirk from Star Trek: The Original Series or Captain Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation. In "Not All Dogs Go To Heaven", a scene with Shatner was pulled after the original broadcast. Peter asks Shatner at a Trek convention initially about the original series episode "The Paradise Syndrome" about drowning his wife, he asks why he's so fat. Shatner's wife Nerine Kidd drowned in a pool accident in 1999. He appeared as Captain Kirk in "Lottery Fever" in live action in a version of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan edited for goats. He is voiced by Seth MacFarlane.
  • The Shatner/Reeves-Stevens novels primarily feature the further adventures of a resurrected Captain James T. Kirk in the 24th century, post-Star Trek Generations. They are often epic in scale, and filled with franchise-wide crossovers. Because there was concern as to confusion to the casual viewer/reader, references to Kirk still being alive in other Star Trek novels and series are not often made outside of these work, leading fans to think of it as an alternate series from the rest of Star Trek continuity. Since there has never been an explicit statement of such, however, this remains an assumption made by some readers only. The most recent novel moved the setting to that of a prequel, in the era of Kirk's days at Starfleet Academy. Because this might contradict some of what may be established in the forthcoming prequel movie the book included the following disclaimer: The plot, story lines, and historical narrative presented in Star Trek Academy: Collision Course constitute an imaginative work deriving solely from the author's unique personal vision.
  • William Shatner is a Canadian actor, musician, singer, author, film director, spokesman and comedian, born 22 March 1931.
  • Shatner werd geboren op 22 maart 1931 in Canada. Hoewel hij geboren is in de provincie Quebec is hij Engelstalig en heeft hij Joodse voorouders, maar hij spreekt vloeiend Frans. Hij kreeg een graad van "Bachelor of Commerce" van de McGill University in Montreal, Canada, waar het studentencentrum herdoopt werd als "The Shatner Center" in de jaren 1990 in een studentenverkiezing. (Er hangt een mager teken in de hal, maar de administratie van de universiteit heeft de naamsverandering nooit officieel aanvaard.) Tussen 1967 en 1970 namen zowel William Shatner als Leonard Nimoy covers op van bekende liedjes voor MCA, die later verzameld werden in het album "Spaced Out: The Best of Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner". Shatner heeft drie dochters, Melanie, Lisabeth en Leslie.
  • Chick magnet and Imodium spokesperson, William Shatner played Captain James Tinkerbell Kirk on Star Trek for its entire 3-year run.
  • Shatner first teased his involvement in the series when he posted "I'm a brony" on Twitter in April 2016; earlier, in March 2015, Shatner made several tweets referencing the show and stating Rainbow Dash was his favorite pony. Shatner's appearance was teased further when, in January 2017, series writer Nick Confalone asked him to "DO A VOICE ON THE SHOW" and Shatner replied "What makes you think I haven't?" He officially confirmed his role in season seven in February 2017. Outside My Little Pony, Shatner is best known for portraying James T. Kirk in the [[Wikipedia:|Star Trek]] franchise, playing as Kirk in the 1966 original television series as well as numerous films, spin-offs, and related media. His role and performances as Kirk have earned him several awards and nominations, including "Best Actor". He also directed Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. In other acting, Shatner also played the title character in T. J. Hooker, the "Big Giant Head" in 3rd Rock from the Sun, Denny Crane in The Practice and Boston Legal, and Walter H. Bascom in TekWar—based on a series of science fiction novels created by Shatner himself. He also hosted the 1989-96 docudrama series Rescue 911. In other voice acting, Shatner has provided the voice of Mayor Phlegmming in Osmosis Jones, Kazar in The Wild, Ozzie the opossum in Over the Hedge, and General Shanker in Escape from Planet Earth. He has also voiced animated versions of both himself and Kirk in Star Trek: The Animated Series and Futurama. Shatner has also released several music albums, most notably of spoken-word/interpretive-reading song covers. He was a spokesman for Priceline.com from 1997 to 2004. In 2017, he will host as "captain" of the maiden voyage of a Star Trek-themed cruise called "Star Trek: The Cruise" as part of a promotion by CBS Productions to celebrate the original series' 50th anniversary.
  • William Shatner performed the voice of Ozzie in Over the Hedge. Shatner did so many films and TV shows including Star Trek.
  • However, Shatner's eccentric style, which involved highly mannered and exaggerated readings (and at one point shouting), as opposed to singing, of the lyrics, made the album an object of ridicule and it was a commercial failure. This did not stop Shatner from pursuing his musical bent: his 1978 hosting of the Science Fiction Film Awards featured a much-parodied performance of Elton John's Rocket Man (in which he seems to be in possession of an everlasting cigarette). Despite the general disdain with which his work has been met, Shatner has defended his style, although that has not prevented him from spoofing it on occasion. AllMusic.com notes: While listening to the album, The Transformed Man, it's unclear if Shatner is merely having a good time and goofing around, or if he's embarrassingly dead serious, and creating an overly indulgent work.[1] Peel claimed to have been aware of the LP for many years (although it appears that its mention in a magazine he was reading prior to 12 January 1991 is the first he had heard of it), in particular the "cheesy music" and exaggerated flourishes of Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, when it was resurrected by Rev-Ola for a 1992 re-release on CD, and he played several tracks from it, always with an eye for its 'cultural' impact. On BFBS, he read out part of Shatner's liner notes with no little amusement. When Shatner's co-star on Star Trek, Leonard Nimoy, was treated to a re-release of his own slightly less histrionic material later in the following year, JP naturally played that too. The Peel-narrated documentary Funk Me Up, Scotty featured Shatner heavily, along with other Star Trek-related ephemera. It is possible that, had he lived long enough, John would also have enjoyed Shatner's 2005 version of Pulp's Common People featuring Joe Jackson on the parts of the song that required somebody who could sing.
  • Nacido el 22 de Marzo de 1931 en Montreal, Quebec (Canadá), de la unión de Ann y Joseph Shatner, fue un estudiante aplicado en la escuela de negocios de la McGill University. Después de su paso universitario, Shatner no tardó en incorporarse al teatro profesional. Su primer trabajo, no obstante se desarrolló tras los escenarios: el joven graduado se convirtió de la noche a la mañana en subdirector del Mountain Playhouse de Montreal, trabajo administrativo que no dudaría en abandonar al poco tiempo hastiado del mismo. Renegando de su inicial vocación empresarial, el ex-ejecutivo ingresó, como actor suplente, en la Canadian Repertory Company de Ottawa, en cuyo seno generó su primer gran actuación: un aplaudido Henry V que la compañía presentó en el Stratford Shakespeare Festival de Ontario. Esas primeras interpretaciones de textos clásicos, con ocasionales actuaciones al lado de actores de la categoría de Alec Guinness o James Mason, bastaron para que Bill pensara que lo suyo era el teatro clásico y que tanto Hollywood como la televisión no harían otra cosa que enturbiar su trayectoria. Con esto en mente, tomaría una decisión que, sin él saberlo, sería crucial para su incipiente carrera: aludiendo a la vacuidad del trabajo en Hollywood, el actor rechazó un suculento contrato de siete años que la 20th Century Fox plantó ante sus narices. Pero, una vez aceptado que las ocasiones en que podría elegir un gran papel serían más que raras, y que era urgente obtener una cierta estabilidad financiera, Shatner inició su andadura en el cine, con intervenciones en Los Hermanos Karamazov (1958), "Vencedores o Vencidos" (1961), "Cuatro Confesiones" (1964) y un papel protagónico en el film de Roger Corman "The Intruder" (1962). Paralelamente, iba adquiriendo la categoría de Special Guest Star en medidas apariciones televisivas como en las series "The Twilight Zone", "Thriller", "The Outer Limits" o "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." en un episodio donde compartió pantalla con su futuro compañero, Leonard Nimoy En 1966, un William Shatner con cierto prestigio de actor capaz y esforzado pero algo limitado, recibió la oferta de rodar el segundo piloto de "Star Trek". Su trabajo era dar al capitán del "Enterprise" la catadura necesaria para que la serie funcionara, algo en lo que Jeffrey Hunter había fracasado rotundamente. Will, muy cómodo en su rol de estrella invitada en diversos programas -que le ofrecía cierta libertad de acción y pingües ganancias- estuvo a punto de rechazar el papel, pero la insistencia de Gene Roddenberry y Bob Justman, productor con quien había trabajado en "The Outer Limits", y su propio interés en la Ciencia Ficción acabaron convenciéndolo que el proyecto valía la pena. Después del levantamiento de la serie en 1969, Shatner, en bancarrota a causa de un costosísimo proceso de divorcio con Gloria Rand (madre de sus tres hijas: Leslie, Lisabeth y Melanie), vivió sus más agrios días como actor: mientras su personaje perduraba en la mente de miles de fans, el actor subsistía aceptando cualquier cosa que cayera en sus manos, desde anuncios de margarina hasta infames películas de presupuestos cercanos al cero absoluto, situación que se prolongó por casi una década hasta que la Paramount y sus 44 millones de dólares destinados a una película, serie o telefilm de "Star Trek" (todavía no estaba definido) llegaron para rescatarlo del fondo del abismo. A pesar de no dejar contento a casi nadie, "The Motion Picture" significó la revalorización industrial del autor. Los ochenta fueron buenos años: "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" sirvió para que Shatner obtuviera la estrella N° 1762 del Hollywood Walk of Fame. Y gracias al aumento de su cotización, y a su consolidación como actor por la serie policial "T.J. Hooker", pudo cumplir su sueño de ponerse tras las cámaras, cuando la Paramount lo contrata para la dirección y co-escritura del guión de "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier". Esa experiencia le dió alas para encarar su proyecto más ambicioso: la creación de un universo totalmente nuevo de Ciencia Ficción. En 1989 aparece "TekWar", su primera novela, una fantasía violenta protagonizada por un policía del Siglo XXII que es condenado a 15 años de prisión en animación suspendida por un complot del que fue falsamente acusado, y que es liberado para emprender una cruzada contra los traficantes de una nueva droga sintética que está haciendo estragos en la población. Esto dio pie a una serie de 4 telefilms y una serie de televisión de 18 episodios donde se aseguró un rol fundamental: el del enigmático Walter H. Bascom. A principios del Siglo XXI, el ya septuagenario actor vive una nueva plenitud interpretativa: Luego de ser nominado a un Emmy por su papel en la serie "3rd Rock from the Sun", volver a los primeros planos cinematográficos junto a Robert DeNiro en el film "Miss Congeniality", su papel recurrente del abogado senil Denny Crane en la Serie "The Practices" le dio la oportunidad de estelarizar un spin-off de dicha serie: "Boston Legal". Casado por cuarta vez, luego que su anterior esposa, Nerine Kidd, falleciera trágicamente al ahogarse en una piscina, realiza eventos como "Splat Attack" y produce el anual Hollywood Charity Horse Show que recauda 1,25 millones de dólares al año que se destinan a beneficencia.
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  • William Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is an Emmy-winning Canadian actor, singer, director and comedian best known for his role as Captain James T. Kirk in the subsequent Star Trek: The Original Series, which ran from 1966 to 1969, and it's various movie spin-offs that followed for years to come. Shatner has had other TV roles such as Paul De Vinger on "77 Sunset Strip", David Koster on "For the People", Dr. Carl Noyes on "Dr. Kildare", Jeff Cable on "Barbary Coast", as the title character on "T.J. Hooker", the host on "Rescue 911", Walter H. Bascom on the various Tekwar telefilms (and it's short-lived series spin-off; both of which were based on his book series of the same name), The Big Giant Head on "Third Rock from the Sun" and as lawyer Denny Crane on "The Practice" and it's better known spin-off "Boston Legal". Shatner has also appeared as various characters on shows such as "The Defenders", "Mission: Impossible", "The Virginian", "Ironside" and "Columbo". MST3K alum Kevin Murphy is a self-admitted fan of the Shat as well. In-between television gigs, Bill Shatner often found himself stranded in B-movies such as White Comanche, The Terror at 37,000 Feet, The Devil's Rain (with Ernest Borgnine and John Travolta), Disaster on the Coastliner, Visiting Hours (with Michael Ironside) and The Kidnapping of the President. In recent years, Shatner has appeared in various movies in either comedic roles or cameos where he was featured as himself, including Miss Congeniality (with Michael Caine), Showtime and Horrorween (directed by and co-starring Joe Estevez). Shatner's signature Trek role is mentioned during one of the host segments for Experiment 320's The Unearthly where Joel Robinson is playing the Capt. Kirk Monopoly Game. He is also referenced by Michael J. Nelson during his solo treatment of 1987's Predator and by both Mike and Kevin during treatment for 1978's Halloween where they both note that Michael Myers' mask isn't all that scary and that it's likely just some guy wearing a "Bill Shatner mask."
  • The guy that got to yell, ""give me more power Scotty!""- William Shatner
  • William Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is a Canadian actor, musician, singer, author, film director, spokesman and comedian. He gained worldwide fame and became a cultural icon for his portrayal of James T. Kirk, captain of the USS Enterprise, in the science fiction television series, Star Trek, from 1966 to 1969; Star Trek: The Animated Series from 1973 to 1974; and in seven of the subsequent Star Trek feature films from 1979 to 1994. He has written a series of books chronicling his experiences playing Captain Kirk and being a part of Star Trek, and has co-written several novels set in the Star Trek universe. He has also authored a series of science fiction novels called TekWar that were adapted for television. Shatner also played the eponymous veteran police sergeant in T. J. Hooker from 1982 to 1986. Afterwards, he hosted the reality-based television series, Rescue 911 from 1989 to 1996, which won a People's Choice Award for Favorite New TV Dramatic Series. He has since worked as a musician, author, director andcelebrity pitchman. From 2004 to 2008, he starred as attorney Denny Crane in the television dramas The Practice and its spin-off Boston Legal, for which he won two Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award.
  • William Shatner (born March 22, 1931) appears as attorney Denny Crane, one-third of the Boston area-based law firm Crane, Poole & Schmidt on Boston Legal. Best known amongst TV/film viewers for his roles as Capt. Kirk on Star Trek:The Original Series, as well as subsequent big screen cinematic features based on the original TV series released from 1979 to 1994, and as police detective Sgt. T.J. Hooker from the 1980's ABC-TV series, William's acting career has lasted for more than six decades.
  • This earned him an acting career, simply because this man (who hadn't even finished dominating his 8th grade year), was such a great actor (pointing at TV and saying something weird is how you become famous, (see: Billy Joel)). Walking out the door to earn a living at age 14, Shatner had to return home because the IRS did not have a calculation as to how much money a 14 year old should be robbed of should be taxed on there income. (see: Income tax)
  • One of the most charming largest hams of all time. Most well known for his portrayal of Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek: The Original Series, he has offered an assortment of impossibly intense, emotive performances, often ... including! oddly placed ... emphasis and ... pauses! His recitation of the Preamble to the US Constitution in the episode "The Omega Glory" is legendary: "WEEEEE . . . the PEEEE-ple!" As if his broad over-acting weren't enough, he also saw fit to record an album of spoken-word readings of poetry and pop-song lyrics called The Transformed Man that has to be heard to be believed. His renditions of "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" are particularly legendary and inspired the Golden Throats compilations of bad celebrity music recordings. An equally jaw-dropping video rendition of "Rocket Man" became a favorite bit of nonsense that was re-created years later by Chris Elliott on Late Night With David Letterman and Stewie on Family Guy. Recently, Conan O'Brien picked up the gag: "to read the speeches of Sarah Palin in the style they were meant to be performed, beat poetry, please welcome Emmy-award winner and master thespian William Shatner." Shatner also read some of Levi Johnston's writings... and once, Palin went on The Tonight Show to strike back, reading from Shatner's autobiography. An ego the size of his native Canada, Eh? also did not help his reputation among his co-stars. Details vary, but he has said that he was unaware of how arrogant he was on set. Leonard Nimoy helped him understand that just being nice to them personally doesn't mean that they respected him trying to take away what little screen time they had, and most of the other cast have in the past expressed dissatisfaction with what Walter Koenig referred to as "them and us", "them" being Shatner, Nimoy and DeForest Kelley, "us" being Koenig, Takei, Nichols and Doohan. His most famous spat was with James Doohan, who was one of the most distinguished character actors before his role on Star Trek; Doohan once famously said "I like Captain Kirk, but I sure don't like Bill." He outright refused an interview with Shatner during the writing of the "Star Trek Memories" book, but showing genuine regret for alienating the cast allowed the two to reconcile before Doohan was incapacitated by Alzeheimer's Disease. Memories also allowed Shatner to settle affairs with Nichelle Nichols, with Nichols shocking him by telling him "how much I despise you," though after his willingness to listen to her critiques and offering his sincere apologies, they reconciled and have remained friends. He similarly mended fences with George Takei, but apparently their relationship soured again when Shatner did not receive an invitation to Takei's wedding. In more recent years, Shatner has redeemed himself somewhat by developing a sense of humor, mostly about himself, and becoming a new model of Self-Deprecation. This has included playing a ludicrous version of himself in the film Free Enterprise, and parodying his "musical" stylings in a series of commercials and a new, well-received recording with Ben Folds (Has Been). He also appears in the videos for the Brad Paisley songs "Online" ("What? I can't sing?"), and "Celebrity". ("I liked the end of the song. No, the end, when you stopped singing. I liked that part.") Not to mention his famed "Get A Life" sketch on Saturday Night Live, wherein he berated Trek fans for living in their parents' basement. This later became the title of his 1999 autobiography, in which he self-deprecatingly admits he didn't give Trek fans enough credit. He has since been known to show up at conventions in Klingon guise, confirming that, decades later, he is finally One of Us. Shatner has also developed a moderately successful reputation as a writer, starting with two autobiographies about his time with Star Trek that may have started his redemption; in the books, he faithfully recounts the brutal interviews he held with his former co-stars, who, one after another, lambasted him for being such an overbearing jerk, and admits to being humbled by the experience. His latest book is an autobiography titled Up Till Now, which is actually really funny, partly because he spends a great deal of it mischievously poking fun at himself, but mostly because Shatner is actually an extremely good (and funny) non-fiction writer. Shatner also starred as a cop in T. J. Hooker, and was one of the core cast of Boston Legal, winning an Emmy for his role as the bombastic, possibly insane Denny Crane. He has also dabbled in Reality TV, hosting Rescue 911 and the UPN version of Iron Chef. His popular Tekwar novels were adapted into a short-lived series, in which he played a supporting role. On the A&E Channel in 2008 he began Shatner's Raw Nerve, an intimate interview show (no studio audience) where he talks with guest much like a news interview but done in a much more casual and friendly setting. In fall 2010 he starred as the title father in the CBS Dom Com $#*! My Dad Says, which only lasted one season. He also got first billing on several Star Trek novels (known as the "Shatnerverse" as it apparently has its own continuity separate from that of other Trek novels) that were actually largely authored by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, though the later books of the series have more of Shatner's influence-- and it shows. In these books Kirk comes Back From the Dead and becomes even more of a Marty Stu. Kirk was also a Marty Stu in the Shatner-directed Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, which opens with an obvious stunt double climbing El Capitan and ends with him fighting God (or at least an alien imposter with nifty powers). Shatner also happens to be an expert equestrian, and has been breeding and showing horses for years - namely, American Quarter Horses in reining competitions and Saddlebreds in their breed classes. Incidentally, the horse he rode in Star Trek Generations was his own Saddlebred mare Great Belles of Fire. He also breeds Dobermans. For a quick primer on how do a passable William Shatner impersonation, simply emphasize the first noun, then say the rest of the sentence as rapidly as possible: * "YOOOOUUUU . . . can'tjustletthemalldie!" Alternately, insert pauses at all conceivable (and a few inconceivable) opportunities: * "Must... draw... on... old... drama club... training!" Make sure you emphasize. every. WORD, or the pauses without emphasis will sound more like Barack Obama. Also make sure you include dramatic hand gestures, otherwise you'll just look silly (as opposed to the correct way you'll look silly while doing it right). (Shatner has himself claimed that the first, more accurate example of a Shatner impression was a result of how scripts tended to be delivered on the show... revised, often, and late. He basically said that the pauses sometimes came from struggling to remember a line he might have been given ten minutes ago and certainly hadn't rehearsed, and the rush came from making sure it would still fit into the allotted camera time. He also claims that the overall hamminess was because he really wanted the show to succeed, and so he "put everything! I! had! ... intotherole.") (Still another story claims that Shatner, back in his theater days, was tapped at the last second to play a major role in "Julius Caesar". He spent most of the time trying desperately to remember his lines and not screw up...and woke up to critical praise for his "brilliant reinvention of Shakespeare".) Note that the more people try this, the better chance they're bad at it. There is also a book called Shatnerquake, in which all of Shatner's characters come into our world to destroy the original. Shatner has now created a new social networking site for arts patrons called myouterspace.com, which draws much influence from Star Trek and is laid out in a way not too different from a sci-fi RPG. In 2010, there was a movement about to have him appointed the next Governor-General of Canada, Eh?. For those who don't know, the Governor-General is the Queen's representative in Ottawa, and one of his/her most important jobs is to deliver the "Throne Speech," which is a speech outlining the government's intended plans for the next year. It'd be worth it just to hear him read it. Alas, the government chose a far more appropriate candidate, but no doubt everyone will try again around 2015. In May 2010, The Daily Telegraph reported that when Shatner began doing ads for travel website Priceline.com in 1997, he took payment partially in stock. Since the company was young and unproven (having been founded earlier that year), the stock wasn't worth much, and it bottomed out at $1.80/share during the dot-com bust in 2000. It recovered, however, and was eventually worth about US $600,000,000. However, in an April 2012 appearance on Conan, Shatner revealed he never made any money from the stock. Basically, everyone who took a stock payment had to sign a waiver agreeing not to sell the stock for 18 months, which was when its value soared. By the time the waiver expired, the stock was back down to almost nothing, and Shatner (along with most of the other shareholders) sold it. Then it went back up. As of June 2, 2011, he is now Doctor William Shatner, having received an honourary doctorate from McGill University, his alma mater. In other words, he's a doctor, not a starship captain!
  • William Shatner (b. 1931) is a Canadian-born actor and author undoubtedly best known for his role as Captain James T. Kirk in the original Star Trek series. He appeared on Muppets Tonight in episode 109 in a cameo appearance with Miss Piggy on an airplane, re-enacting a scene from his best known of two appearances on the original Twilight Zone. The scene also referenced his 1996 book Man o' War, which Piggy is reading. Shatner asks if she wants him to autograph the book, making it out to Babe. In September 2015, Shatner commented on a CNN article reporting on Kermit the Frog's new girlfriend, Denise: "Wow! How much did this cost? BTW, is Miss Piggy available? #toosoon?" [1] The tweet generated a reply from Miss Piggy: "Very much available, mon cher. Gimme a call! I'd love to boldly go where no pig has gone before." [2] and Bill Prady: "Bill, as an Executive Producer of @TheMuppetsABC, I can officially tell you that @MissPiggy is “playing the field.”" [3] Shatner's other television efforts range from hosting Rescue 911, guest spots on Gunsmoke and Mission: Impossible, and starring roles on T.J. Hooker (in the title role) and Boston Legal (as Denny Crane). Film credits include various Star Trek movies, Judgment at Nuremberg (with Burt Lancaster), and Miss Congeniality (with Sandra Bullock, Michael Caine, and Candice Bergen). Shatner's portrayal of Captain Kirk has often been parodied by the Muppets, but perhaps none so specifically to his acting style as Cap-ten Kirk in Sesame Street Episode 4504.
  • I think he looks absolutely nothing like Matthew McConaughey, does he?
  • William Shatner wurde am 22. März 1931 in Montreal, Kanada geboren. Er ist ein kanadischer Schauspieler, Regisseur, Autor und Sänger. Er ist am besten durch seine Rolle als Captain James T. Kirk aus Raumschiff Enterprise bekannt die er ebenfalls in sieben Star Trek-Kinofilmen einnahm. Im Film Star Trek V: Am Rande des Universums übernahm er die Regie und schrieb am Drehbuch mit. Des Weiteren spielte er T.J. Hooker aus der gleichnamigen Serie und Denny Crane aus Boston Legal. Seine Science Fiction-Romanreihe TekWar wurde als Fernsehserie verfilmt.
  • William Shatner (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Montreal, Quebec, Kanada Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein kanadischer Produzent, Autor, Regisseur, Sänger, Komponist, Synchronsprecher und Schauspieler. Er wurde hauptsächlich durch seine Rolle als James Tiberius Kirk weltberühmt. Shatner spielte Kirk in [[]], den ersten sieben Star-Trek-Kinofilmen und vertonte diesen Charakter in [[]].
  • Kategorio:kemio William Shatner estas la inventinto de artefarita lingvo, kiun oni uzis en la filmo Incubus: rimarkinda miksaĵo de Esperanto, la franca, kaj la zombia. Poste, pro honto, li foriris el Tero en brokanta kosmoŝipo, ŝanĝis la nomon al "Kapitano Kirk", kaj malkovris la klingonojn.
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