History Creator / WIlliamShatner

1st Dec '16 11:22:11 AM HawkbitAlpha
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* SayMyName: The trope formerly known as "The Khan."

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* SayMyName: [[TheTropeFormerlyKnownAsX The trope formerly known as "The Khan.""]]
29th Nov '16 5:49:30 AM AriRockefeller
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* {{Kayfabe}}: On his Twitter feed, Shatner routinely talks to NASA and [[http://www.esa.int ESA (European Space Agency)]]. Not only do they share information on what missions they are conducting, they address him as "Captain".

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* {{Kayfabe}}: On his Twitter feed, Shatner routinely talks to NASA and [[http://www.esa.int ESA (European Space Agency)]]. Not only do they share information on what missions they are conducting, they address him as "Captain"."Captain."
29th Nov '16 5:46:01 AM AriRockefeller
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* {{Kayfabe}}: On his Twitter feed, Shatner routinely talks to NASA and [[http://www.esa.int ESA (European Space Agency)]]. Not only do they share information on what missions they are conducting, they address him as "Captain".
5th Nov '16 9:32:23 PM nombretomado
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Before ''Star Trek'', Shatner appeared in a supporting role in the widely acclaimed film ''Film/JudgmentAtNuremberg'', and was also [[TheTwilightZone1959 that guy that saw something on the wing]]. Shatner also starred as a cop in ''Series/TJHooker'', and was one of the core cast of ''Series/BostonLegal'', winning an Emmy for his role as the [[LargeHam bombastic]], [[CrazyAwesome possibly insane]] Denny Crane. He has also dabbled in RealityTV, hosting ''{{Rescue 911}}'' and the UPN version of ''IronChef''. His popular ''Tek War'' novels were adapted into a short-lived series and a video game, in both of 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 DomCom ''Series/ShitMyDadSays'', which only lasted one season.

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Before ''Star Trek'', Shatner appeared in a supporting role in the widely acclaimed film ''Film/JudgmentAtNuremberg'', and was also [[TheTwilightZone1959 that guy that saw something on the wing]]. Shatner also starred as a cop in ''Series/TJHooker'', and was one of the core cast of ''Series/BostonLegal'', winning an Emmy for his role as the [[LargeHam bombastic]], [[CrazyAwesome possibly insane]] Denny Crane. He has also dabbled in RealityTV, hosting ''{{Rescue 911}}'' and the UPN version of ''IronChef''.''Series/IronChef''. His popular ''Tek War'' novels were adapted into a short-lived series and a video game, in both of 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 DomCom ''Series/ShitMyDadSays'', which only lasted one season.
30th Sep '16 12:09:35 AM AuntSophia
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William Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is a Canadian actors (Has lived in the US most of his life but as recently as 2013 said he wasn't a US citizen.) and one of the [[NarmCharm most charming]] [[LargeHam largest hams]] of all time. Most well-known for his portrayal of Captain James T. Kirk in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', he has offered an assortment of [[ChewingTheScenery impossibly intense, emotive performances]], [[PunctuatedForEmphasis often...including! oddly-placed...emphasis and...pauses!]] His recitation of the Preamble to the US Constitution in the episode "The Omega Glory" is legendary: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b56e0u0EgQ WEEEEE . . . the PEEEE-ple!]]"

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William Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is a Canadian actors actor (Has lived in the US most of his life but as recently as 2013 said he wasn't a US citizen.) and one of the [[NarmCharm most charming]] [[LargeHam largest hams]] of all time. Most well-known for his portrayal of Captain James T. Kirk in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', he has offered an assortment of [[ChewingTheScenery impossibly intense, emotive performances]], [[PunctuatedForEmphasis often...including! oddly-placed...emphasis and...pauses!]] His recitation of the Preamble to the US Constitution in the episode "The Omega Glory" is legendary: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b56e0u0EgQ WEEEEE . . . the PEEEE-ple!]]"
30th Sep '16 12:09:13 AM AuntSophia
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William Alan Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is a Canadian-born American actor (he became a Naturalized U.S. citizen in 2004) and one of the [[NarmCharm most charming]] [[LargeHam largest hams]] of all time. Most well-known for his portrayal of Captain James T. Kirk in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', he has offered an assortment of [[ChewingTheScenery impossibly intense, emotive performances]], [[PunctuatedForEmphasis often...including! oddly-placed...emphasis and...pauses!]] His recitation of the Preamble to the US Constitution in the episode "The Omega Glory" is legendary: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b56e0u0EgQ WEEEEE . . . the PEEEE-ple!]]"

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William Alan Shatner (born March 22, 1931) is a Canadian-born American actor (he became a Naturalized U.S. citizen Canadian actors (Has lived in 2004) the US most of his life but as recently as 2013 said he wasn't a US citizen.) and one of the [[NarmCharm most charming]] [[LargeHam largest hams]] of all time. Most well-known for his portrayal of Captain James T. Kirk in ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'', he has offered an assortment of [[ChewingTheScenery impossibly intense, emotive performances]], [[PunctuatedForEmphasis often...including! oddly-placed...emphasis and...pauses!]] His recitation of the Preamble to the US Constitution in the episode "The Omega Glory" is legendary: "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3b56e0u0EgQ WEEEEE . . . the PEEEE-ple!]]"
4th Sep '16 10:16:09 PM Tre
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Is currently the host and narrator of a SpeculativeDocumentary series on {{SyFy}} called ''Series/WeirdOrWhat''.

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Is currently Was also the host and narrator of a SpeculativeDocumentary series on {{SyFy}} Creator/{{Syfy}} called ''Series/WeirdOrWhat''.
3rd Sep '16 11:06:41 PM Kalmbach
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Before ''Star Trek'', Shatner appeared in a supporting role in the widely acclaimed film ''Film/JudgmentAtNuremberg'', and was also [[TwilightZone1959 that guy that saw something on the wing]]. Shatner also starred as a cop in ''Series/TJHooker'', and was one of the core cast of ''Series/BostonLegal'', winning an Emmy for his role as the [[LargeHam bombastic]], [[CrazyAwesome possibly insane]] Denny Crane. He has also dabbled in RealityTV, hosting ''{{Rescue 911}}'' and the UPN version of ''IronChef''. His popular ''Tek War'' novels were adapted into a short-lived series and a video game, in both of 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 DomCom ''Series/ShitMyDadSays'', which only lasted one season.

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Before ''Star Trek'', Shatner appeared in a supporting role in the widely acclaimed film ''Film/JudgmentAtNuremberg'', and was also [[TwilightZone1959 [[TheTwilightZone1959 that guy that saw something on the wing]]. Shatner also starred as a cop in ''Series/TJHooker'', and was one of the core cast of ''Series/BostonLegal'', winning an Emmy for his role as the [[LargeHam bombastic]], [[CrazyAwesome possibly insane]] Denny Crane. He has also dabbled in RealityTV, hosting ''{{Rescue 911}}'' and the UPN version of ''IronChef''. His popular ''Tek War'' novels were adapted into a short-lived series and a video game, in both of 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 DomCom ''Series/ShitMyDadSays'', which only lasted one season.
3rd Sep '16 11:05:58 PM Kalmbach
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Before ''Star Trek'', Shatner appeared in a supporting role in the widely acclaimed film ''Film/JudgmentAtNuremberg''. Shatner also starred as a cop in ''Series/TJHooker'', and was one of the core cast of ''Series/BostonLegal'', winning an Emmy for his role as the [[LargeHam bombastic]], [[CrazyAwesome possibly insane]] Denny Crane. He has also dabbled in RealityTV, hosting ''{{Rescue 911}}'' and the UPN version of ''IronChef''. His popular ''Tek War'' novels were adapted into a short-lived series and a video game, in both of 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 DomCom ''Series/ShitMyDadSays'', which only lasted one season.

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Before ''Star Trek'', Shatner appeared in a supporting role in the widely acclaimed film ''Film/JudgmentAtNuremberg''.''Film/JudgmentAtNuremberg'', and was also [[TwilightZone1959 that guy that saw something on the wing]]. Shatner also starred as a cop in ''Series/TJHooker'', and was one of the core cast of ''Series/BostonLegal'', winning an Emmy for his role as the [[LargeHam bombastic]], [[CrazyAwesome possibly insane]] Denny Crane. He has also dabbled in RealityTV, hosting ''{{Rescue 911}}'' and the UPN version of ''IronChef''. His popular ''Tek War'' novels were adapted into a short-lived series and a video game, in both of 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 DomCom ''Series/ShitMyDadSays'', which only lasted one season.
22nd Aug '16 12:46:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}}: He was raised (and by most accounts remains) in the Conservative Jewish tradition. This might have helped with his friendship with Creator/LeonardNimoy, who was a member of the not-too-different Modern Orthodox stream; Nimoy, by his own account, helped Shatner get back in touch with his roots and encouraged him to be more observant.
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