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  • Malachi Thorne har spelat roller i både TOS och TNG. Han medverkar också i Star Trek: New Voyages som är en miniserie producerad av fans.
  • Malachi Throne (December 1, 1928 – March 13, 2013) was an American stage and television actor, noted for his guest-starring roles on Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Lost in Space, Land of the Giants, The Time Tunnel, Mission: Impossible, and The Six Million Dollar Man, and his recurring role on It Takes a Thief. He provided the voice of God on the Animaniacs cartoons "Noah's Lark" and "Guardin' the Garden'". On March 13, 2013, Throne passed away from cancer at the age of 84.
  • Malachi Throne played Ben Yosef in the episode The Red Mass.
  • As of 2007, Malachi Throne lived in southern California and did local theater work there. Throne was a member of the Theater West company in Hollywood, where he was scheduled to appear in Morning's at Seven. He also won critical acclaim for several performances with The Fountain Theater, based in Los Angeles. He had two sons, also in show business: Zach Throne, an actor/musician, and Joshua Throne, a producer/unit production manager.
  • Malachi Throne made the rounds in many an Irwin Allen production, as he played Sheik Ali Ben Bad in "The Thief from Outer Space" episode of Lost in Space, as General Gamal in "The Magnus Beam" episode of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Taru in "The Secret City of Limbo" episode of Land of the Giants, and as Hara Singh in the "Night of the Long Knives" and as Machiavelli in "The Death Merchant" episodes of The Time Tunnel. He passed away in his sleep after a battle with cancer on March 13, 2013.
  • Er hatte verschiedene Rollen in Star Trek. Im ersten [[]]-Pilotfilm war er im Original als Stimme des Bewahrers zu hören., übernahm als nächstes die Rolle des Commodore José I. Mendez in den Star Trek: The Original Series-Episoden und und kehrte dann als Senator Pardek in den [[]]-Episoden und zurück. Nach Der Käfig schlug Throne das Angebot von Gene Roddenberry aus, die Rolle des Doktor Leonard McCoy anstelle von DeForest Kelley zu spielen.
  • Malachi Throne (1 December 1928 - 13 March 2013) was an actor from New York, New York, USA. Thorne portrayed the role of Centauri Prime Minister Malachi on Babylon 5's Hugo Award-winning episode "The Coming of Shadows." Throne performed in three episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series and two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Gene Roddenberry had offered him the role of Dr. McCoy, but Throne turned it down. He died on 13 March 2013.
  • Malachi Throne was an American stage and television actor. Throne portrayed False Face in two episodes of the widely seen 1960s live-action Batman TV series. He later appeared in animation as the voice of Two-Face's superego "The Judge" on The New Batman Adventures (1998), and as the voice of Fingers the Gorilla on the Batman Beyond episode "Speak No Evil" (2000).
  • An actor who has made a screen career almost exclusively out of frequent television guest star appearences, Malachi Throne is a familiar face to fans of classic television reruns. A versatile performer who is able to portray a number of different ethnicities and character types, he is perhaps best remembered for his roles on science fiction-themed programs (such as Star Trek and The Time Tunnel) although his resume boasts of appearances in shows of every dramatic genre. He was a frequent guest star on The Big Valley, starring Lee Majors.
  • Malachi Throne (born December 1st 1928, died March 13th 2013) was an American actor in the fields of television and stage dramas. His most notable roles are starring as special guest in a menagerie of programs, including The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Star Trek (both Original Series and The Next Generation), CBS-TV's Mission: Impossible, The Defenders, Lost in Space, It Takes a Thief (co-starring with Robert Wagner), and The Six Million Dollar Man. On March 13th 2013, Throne died of lung cancer at his home in Brentwood, California at the age of 84.
  • Malachi Throne (December 1, 1928 - March 13, 2013) was an American actor, most noted for his roles on Star Trek and the 1968 TV series It Takes a Thief. He voiced the narration of the first trailer for the original Star Wars film. The son of Samuel and Rebecca Throne, who had emigrated to America from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, he began performing at an early age at the New York World's Fair, which opened in 1939 and closed after the 1940 season. During World War II, the young Throne quit school to work in theater, though he later returned and got his high school diploma.
  • Throne was Gene Roddenberry's first choice for the role of Doctor Philip Boyce for the first Star Trek pilot, "The Cage" , however he turned down the role not wanting to play "the third man" next to the hero and his sidekick. However, Throne expressed interest in playing Spock, but Leonard Nimoy was already contracted to play the part by then. Roddenberry finally offered him the chance to provide the voice for the Talosian Keeper (physically portrayed by Meg Wyllie), which Throne accepted. Almost two years later, Throne was cast as Commodore Mendez for the "envelope" portions of "The Menagerie" two-parter. His voice for The Keeper had to be electronically pitch-altered so the audience wouldn't recognize it as the same actor who played Mendez. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season Two)
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  • 2013-03-13
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  • Malachi Thorne har spelat roller i både TOS och TNG. Han medverkar också i Star Trek: New Voyages som är en miniserie producerad av fans.
  • Malachi Throne (born December 1st 1928, died March 13th 2013) was an American actor in the fields of television and stage dramas. His most notable roles are starring as special guest in a menagerie of programs, including The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Star Trek (both Original Series and The Next Generation), CBS-TV's Mission: Impossible, The Defenders, Lost in Space, It Takes a Thief (co-starring with Robert Wagner), and The Six Million Dollar Man. Initially appearing briefly on Broadway earlier in life, Throne became a member of the Theater West company in Hollywood after moving to Southern California. He would go on to win critical acclaim for several performances with the Fountain Theatre in Los Angeles. On March 13th 2013, Throne died of lung cancer at his home in Brentwood, California at the age of 84.
  • Malachi Throne (December 1, 1928 – March 13, 2013) was an American stage and television actor, noted for his guest-starring roles on Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Lost in Space, Land of the Giants, The Time Tunnel, Mission: Impossible, and The Six Million Dollar Man, and his recurring role on It Takes a Thief. He provided the voice of God on the Animaniacs cartoons "Noah's Lark" and "Guardin' the Garden'". On March 13, 2013, Throne passed away from cancer at the age of 84.
  • Malachi Throne played Ben Yosef in the episode The Red Mass.
  • As of 2007, Malachi Throne lived in southern California and did local theater work there. Throne was a member of the Theater West company in Hollywood, where he was scheduled to appear in Morning's at Seven. He also won critical acclaim for several performances with The Fountain Theater, based in Los Angeles. He had two sons, also in show business: Zach Throne, an actor/musician, and Joshua Throne, a producer/unit production manager.
  • Malachi Throne made the rounds in many an Irwin Allen production, as he played Sheik Ali Ben Bad in "The Thief from Outer Space" episode of Lost in Space, as General Gamal in "The Magnus Beam" episode of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Taru in "The Secret City of Limbo" episode of Land of the Giants, and as Hara Singh in the "Night of the Long Knives" and as Machiavelli in "The Death Merchant" episodes of The Time Tunnel. He passed away in his sleep after a battle with cancer on March 13, 2013.
  • Er hatte verschiedene Rollen in Star Trek. Im ersten [[]]-Pilotfilm war er im Original als Stimme des Bewahrers zu hören., übernahm als nächstes die Rolle des Commodore José I. Mendez in den Star Trek: The Original Series-Episoden und und kehrte dann als Senator Pardek in den [[]]-Episoden und zurück. Nach Der Käfig schlug Throne das Angebot von Gene Roddenberry aus, die Rolle des Doktor Leonard McCoy anstelle von DeForest Kelley zu spielen.
  • Malachi Throne (1 December 1928 - 13 March 2013) was an actor from New York, New York, USA. Thorne portrayed the role of Centauri Prime Minister Malachi on Babylon 5's Hugo Award-winning episode "The Coming of Shadows." Throne performed in three episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series and two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Gene Roddenberry had offered him the role of Dr. McCoy, but Throne turned it down. He died on 13 March 2013.
  • Throne was Gene Roddenberry's first choice for the role of Doctor Philip Boyce for the first Star Trek pilot, "The Cage" , however he turned down the role not wanting to play "the third man" next to the hero and his sidekick. However, Throne expressed interest in playing Spock, but Leonard Nimoy was already contracted to play the part by then. Roddenberry finally offered him the chance to provide the voice for the Talosian Keeper (physically portrayed by Meg Wyllie), which Throne accepted. Almost two years later, Throne was cast as Commodore Mendez for the "envelope" portions of "The Menagerie" two-parter. His voice for The Keeper had to be electronically pitch-altered so the audience wouldn't recognize it as the same actor who played Mendez. (These Are the Voyages: TOS Season Two) Along with Gene Lesser he submitted a story idea for Star Trek called "The V.I.P.s". It did not go beyond a few bits of correspondence back and forth. [1] He was with Leonard Nimoy for both his first (the first Star Trek pilot, "The Cage" ) and last (the TNG episode "Unification II" ) Star Trek appearances on television. He also appeared in two other productions with Leonard Nimoy: Mission: Impossible (1967, 1969, also with Lee Meriwether, Vic Perrin, Ed McCready and Paul Sorenson) and the TV movie Assault on the Wayne (1971, also with Lloyd Haynes and William Windom). Throne filmed his scenes for "The Menagerie" between Tuesday 11 October 1966 and Tuesday 18 October 1966 on Desilu Stage 9 and 10. He filmed his scenes for the episodes "Unification I" and "Unification II" on Monday 9 September 1991 , between Wednesday 11 September 1991 and Friday 13 September 1991 , Tuesday 24 September 1991 , and Thursday 26 September 1991 on Paramount Stage 9 and 16. As a boy, he had success in a musical version of Tom Sawyer, and he would go on to train as an actor at Brooklyn College and Long Island University. In 1959, he left the stages of New York to try to make a career in film and television. In 1965, Throne appeared in the Gene Roddenberry-produced unsold pilot Police Story, which also featured Steve Ihnat, Grace Lee Whitney, and DeForest Kelley. Between 1968 and 1969, Throne starred as "Noah Bain" on the series It Takes a Thief, which was produced by Gene Coon. The series featured guest stars Alfred Ryder, George Sawaya, Meg Wyllie, Rosemary Forsyth, Keye Luke, Robert Ito, Mark Lenard, Peter Brocco, Steve Ihnat, Lawrence Montaigne, Roger C. Carmel, Yvonne Craig, Ricardo Montalban, John Hoyt, Erik Holland, Brock Peters, George Takei, Michael Ansara, Teri Garr, Sally Kellerman, Anthony Caruso, Julie Newmar, Joseph Bernard, Whit Bissell, Kenneth Tobey, and William Campbell. Throne was a popular casting choice by producer Irwin Allen, and appeared in all of Allen's television shows: three episodes of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1965-1967, with Joseph Ruskin, Robert Sampson and Ron Stein), an episode of Lost in Space (1966, with Bill Mumy and Ted Cassidy), two episodes of The Time Tunnel (1966-1967, with James Darren, Whit Bissell, Lee Meriwether, John Crawford, Peter Brocco and Perry Lopez), and an episode of Land of the Giants (1970, with Don Marshall, Joseph Ruskin and Whit Bissell). His other television credits include: The Outer Limits (1964, with William Shatner, James B. Sikking, Louie Elias, and Lawrence Montaigne), the role of "Joseph Ronaugh" on The Bionic Woman (1975, with Alan Oppenheimer and Paul Carr), the role of "Ali Baba" on The Krofft Supershow (1976-1978, with Jay Robinson and Frank Welker), and Project U.F.O. (1978, with Pamelyn Ferdin, Richard Derr, and Whit Bissell). In 1995, Thorne portrayed the role of Centauri Prime Minister Malachi on Babylon 5's Hugo Award-winning episode "The Coming of Shadows" (Andreas Katsulas also co-starred in this episode). His character's assassination allows a war-mongering faction gain control of his planet's government. The ensuing war's consequences fuel the show's narrative arc for the remaining seasons. He also appeared in the TV movies The Doomsday Flight (1966, with Celia Lovsky, Bert Remsen, and Michael Sarrazin), Code Name: Heraclitus (1967, with Ricardo Montalban and Chuck Courtney), Assault on the Wayne (1971, with Leonard Nimoy, William Windom and John Winston), It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman (1975, with Kenneth Mars), and Longarm (1988, with Daphne Ashbrook, Noble Willingham, and Rene Auberjonois). His film credits include the Muhammed Ali biopic The Greatest (1977, with David Huddleston, David Clennon, Lloyd Haynes, Skip Homeier, and Paul Winfield). In 1992, Throne portrayed William Campbell, Sr. on Melrose Place; his wife was played by Salome Jens. In 2004, Throne portrayed Captain Korogh in the fan production Star Trek: New Voyages, episode "In Harms Way", which features Trek performers Barbara Luna, William Windom, James Cawley, Jeffery Quinn, Sam Witwer, and Leslie Hoffman. The episode was written by Doug Drexler. Throne passed away at the age of 84 on 13 March 2013 . [2]
  • Malachi Throne (December 1, 1928 - March 13, 2013) was an American actor, most noted for his roles on Star Trek and the 1968 TV series It Takes a Thief. He voiced the narration of the first trailer for the original Star Wars film. The son of Samuel and Rebecca Throne, who had emigrated to America from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, he began performing at an early age at the New York World's Fair, which opened in 1939 and closed after the 1940 season. During World War II, the young Throne quit school to work in theater, though he later returned and got his high school diploma. When he was 21 years of age, the "Korean Conflict" broke out when North Korea invaded South Korea, and Throne was attached to an armored unit as part of the infantry. Upon returning, Marlon Brando had achieved success in 1951 playing in A Streetcar Named Desire. "Marlon Brando's influence had changed everything," Throne recalled with some amusement. "The actors who mumbled got the lead roles." However, having a deep, classically trained voice, Throne was cast in the parts of characters much older than his actual age. His clear enunciation also made him a natural for live television. In addition to TV, he continued to work on the the stage, appearing in the landmark off-Broadway production of Eugene O'Neill's "The Iceman Cometh", in support of Jason Robards. He had memorable appearances as "Falseface" on the Batman TV series and provided the voice of "The Keeper" for "The Cage", the pilot episode of the 1966 Star Trek series. He turned down an offer to be a regular cast member on that show, rejecting the part of Dr. McCoy as he did not want to play third fiddle to William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy. Producer Gene Roddenberry, who had offered him the role of "Bones" McCoy, was not offended by Throne turning him down, and cast him as "Commodore Jose Mendez" in two-part episode "The Menagerie" of the original 1966 Star Trek, which included most of the original pilot. Throne was a popular guest star on many television shows of the 1960s and 1970s, including The Defenders, Naked City, Ben Casey, The Untouchables, and also co-starring, with Robert Wagner, on the ABC TV show It Takes a Thief. He made two appearances in the CBS TV series Mission: Impossible, in seasons 1 and 4, in the late 1960s. He also appeared twice in the Irwin Allen series The Time Tunnel, most notably in the episode "The Death Merchant", as Machiavelli, lost in time at the Battle of Gettysburg as well as co-starring in the episode "Night Of The Long Knives." Throne returned to the Star Trek universe to portray Romulan Senator Pardek in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
  • Malachi Throne was an American stage and television actor. Throne portrayed False Face in two episodes of the widely seen 1960s live-action Batman TV series. He later appeared in animation as the voice of Two-Face's superego "The Judge" on The New Batman Adventures (1998), and as the voice of Fingers the Gorilla on the Batman Beyond episode "Speak No Evil" (2000).
  • An actor who has made a screen career almost exclusively out of frequent television guest star appearences, Malachi Throne is a familiar face to fans of classic television reruns. A versatile performer who is able to portray a number of different ethnicities and character types, he is perhaps best remembered for his roles on science fiction-themed programs (such as Star Trek and The Time Tunnel) although his resume boasts of appearances in shows of every dramatic genre. He was a frequent guest star on The Big Valley, starring Lee Majors.
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