Sometimes we like to forget that the actors behind our favorite characters in Star Trek have a completely normal job: They drive to work in the morning, perform at their best and chat with each other at the catering stand. As with any film set, real friendships develop over time – and one or two dislikes. In this special we introduce you to the most interesting relationships between Star Trek actors. In addition to buddies and competitors, there are of course also actors who didn't like each other at the beginning, but who developed deep friendships over time. Before you start reading, one more note: We are not assigning any places on this list because, of course, we do not want to evaluate the personality of the actors or conjure up drama. All we want is to give you some interesting background information about your favorite actors. We also only list the most famous relationships – there are dozen other interesting constellations, but listing them all would go beyond the list.

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Patrick Stewart and the entire set from The Next Generation
It is a longstanding tradition to have lists of this kind Patrick Stewart to start. Why? Quite simply: Because the trained theater actor, producer, director and professor also seems to be a really nice guy. His friendly and helpful manner has become so legendary that it was even poked at in a Family Guy episode. For those interested: The episode is "Not all dogs go to heaven" (p. 7, F. 11) and the original version includes the entire cast of Spaceship Enterprise: The Next Century. A few






The entire cast (and set staff) of Star Trek: The Next Century treasured Patrick Stewart - the friendship still lingers.



The entire cast (and set staff) of Star Trek: The Next Century treasured Patrick Stewart – the friendship still lingers.

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We also have examples of the actor's friendliness and integrity, of course: At castings for extras for Star Trek: TNG, Stewart was shocked at how brusquely the producers were with the candidates – so every time he stood up to shake hands with them before the rehearsal shake and build them up mentally. When Gates McFadden (Doctor Beverly Crusher) complained about the sometimes very sexist scripts in the first season, supported her steward towards the producers and writers.

In an interview with Newsweek magazine, he even defended Star Trek fans when his interviewee asked him if he was worried about "embarrassing Trekkies at his theater premieres". His now legendary answer: "Embarrassing? How many of them do you know personally? You couldn't be wrong anymore. Here's the thing: if you say the fans are embarrassed, you're saying the series is essentially embarrassing about itself I get mad when people like you make fun of it. " Not only Jean Luc Picard makes a good Starfleet captain, actor Patrick Stewart himself would do well as such.

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Mariana Sirtis and Michael Dorn

On the set of Star Trek: The Next Century, there was initially hardly a couple who got along worse than Mariana Sirtis and Michael Dorn. Strong and quiet, Michael Dorn comes very close to his role as Worf in real life. Meanwhile, Mariana Sirtis is very balanced in her role as Deanna Troi and an "absolute cow" in real life (in her own words!). Dorn stated in an interview that he stoically endured his colleague's mood swings. Mariana Sirtis, for her part, quickly made friends with Dorn after her initial frustration because of his quiet manner, because he was the only one who she "endured for a long time". Today the two have been close friends for more than 30 years.





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Mariana Sirtis and Michael Dorn initially connected rather nervous tension. However, it later turned into a real friendship that still exists today.

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Kate Mulgrew and Jeri Ryan
Another legendary relationship is that between Kate Mulgrew (Captain Janeway) and Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine) – but in this case for rather unpleasant reasons. Mulgrew made Ryan's stay on the set so uncomfortable, apparently on purpose, that the younger actress regularly struggled with panic attacks and stomach problems when she spotted a Seven / Janeway scene on the set. The reason for this was loud Kate Mulgrew, that she was bothered by an exaggerated sexualization of Star Trek characters. As the series moves in the direction of "dull sex appeal"Moved, she got angry and took her frustration out on Jeri Ryan – a fact that the experienced actress nowadays deeply regrets. Fortunately, the two now understand each other much better.






There was often a hostile atmosphere on set between Kate Mulgrew and Jeri Ryan. But that is history now; the two get along well. (1)



There was often a hostile atmosphere on set between Kate Mulgrew and Jeri Ryan. But that is history now; the two get along well. (1)

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Cirroc Lofton and Avery Brooks
It falls much better relationship between Cirroc Lofton (Jake Sisko) and Avery Brooks (Captain Benjamin Sisko). The two quickly became friends and met outside of filming. What was special about this relationship was the fact that Avery also portrayed Cirroc's father figure in real life: the parents of the then 13-year-old young actor went through a difficult separation at that time. Avery Brooks took Cirroc to his first NBA game, taught him how to play basketball, and protected him from the temptations of Hollywood. Cirroc put it best in an interview: "There are a lot of temptations in Hollywood. A lot of things that go on behind the scenes. Avery kept me from all of this. He put up a shield around me. People knew that they got past Avery before they got to me. "

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George Takei, Walter Koenig and Nichelle Nichols
Among the actors of the original series Spaceship Enterprise, there is probably no friendship stronger than that between George Takei (Sulu), Walter Koenig (Chekov) and Nichelle Nichols (Uhura). When Takei married longtime partner Brad Altman in 2008, Nichols was serving as the actor's maid of honor, while Koenig was Altman's best man. The three are still in contact today and regularly ensure full halls at Star Trek conventions with their stories and their cordial interaction with one another.

Diana Muldaur and (also) the entire set from The Next Generation
Unfortunately, we don't have a feel-good story for you this time: Diana Muldaur played Doctor Pulaski in Star Trek: The Next Century – and thus the replacement for Gates McFadden's character Dr. Berverly Crusher. The move was not well received by either the fans or the cast, as not only the character Dr. Crusher, but also McFadden himself was very popular and was considered a pleasant colleague. On top of that, the reasons for





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Diana Muldaur had a hard time through no fault of her own. She replaced the popular Gates McFadden and was considered by many as a "substitute doctor".

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McFadden's exit are still unclear, but many things point to a fundamental discussion of values ​​with the producers. McFadden was replaced shortly thereafter by Muldaur, who had a much more extensive acting background. Correctly guessed: That means that the more experienced actress received a salary of the order of Patrick Stewart. She also needed reading cards during filming in order to properly pronounce the Star Trek jargon. All these small details gave Diana Muldaur a hard time on the set, so that after a while she was replaced by her predecessor. Muldaur himself stated in an interview that he felt every day on the set that they "didn't want her there". The fact remains, however, that the actress was not to blame for the situation. As a full professional, she was always polite and professional. Muldaur described her short stay on the Enterprise as "great and very, very exhausting".

William Shatner and the entire set of Starship Enterprise
William Shatner is notorious in Hollywood for his special character traits. A good example is the feud between Shatner and George Takei. According to Sulu, Shatner is a first-rate actor – and maybe a little too aware of that. He usually gets angry when the spot is on his fellow actors. For his part, Shatner says the same about Takei and claims on top of thatthat his colleague's wedding was just a publicity stunt. James Doohan didn't say a good word about Shatner either. The Scotty actor once said in





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Enemies, friends, enemies: Kirk didn't get along with most of his co-cast members, but William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy had a tumultuous and very close relationship.

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an interview that he often wanted to miss Shatner: "I like Captain Kirk, but I can't say that I think Bill is particularly sympathetic."

The most interesting relationship, however, prevailed between Shatner and Leonard Nimoywho became famous for his embodiment of Spock. The two actors initially clashed because Spock was becoming increasingly popular. Nimoy even accused Shatner of "stealing" Spock's texts in front of the camera and even stealing his bike. It wasn't until they both discovered that they shared a few strokes of fate in their lives that the relationship calmed down and a little later even developed into a true friendship. Nimoy was one of the few actors at the time who got along well with Shatner's mix of narcissistic tendencies and brutal honesty. However, five years before his death, Nimoy broke off friendship with Shatner. What exactly happened is not publicly known and Willam Shatner does not reveal anything (there are rumors surrounding the documentary "The Captains" from 2011). However, in his 2017 book Lenonard, which is about his "friendship with an extraordinary man," William admits that before Leonard he did not know what a real friend was. Shatner begins the biography with the moving sentence: "I had a rare, enviable friendship. And then I lost her."

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