In 2007, Enberg played the role of Jason, the crazy theatre director, in the independent feature film, Never Say Macbeth.
Enberg also designed the special effects for the film, which played a number of film festivals.
She appeared in the very first Star Trek TV series, and also popped up in the movies that followed on from it too.
In fact, you could say that the films and TV show have kept her rather busy over the years.
Alexander Enberg (born April 5, 1972) is an American actor and film producer who is the son of television screenwriter and producer Jeri Taylor and sportscaster Dick Enberg. Enberg has played young Vulcan engineers on two Star Trek series: Taurik on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Vorik on Star Trek: Voyager and the non-canon Crewman Austin Chang in Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force and Star Trek: Elite Force II.
In 2006, Enberg designed the special effects for a short film, Fartman: Caught in a Tight Ass, which aired on Howard TV, Howard Stern's i N Demand Cable Channel, and can now be seen on Atom Films.
His final appearance was in actress, Kim Cattrall – the famous Samantha Jones, a friend you probably wouldn’t introduce to your mom. Speaking of Vulcans, did you know that there was a place in Alberta, Canada called Vulcan, and it’s in Vulcan County?
She actually branched into directing whilst working on the show, and it wasn’t long before we saw her debut.
He went to auditions over six weeks to bag himself the part, and in total it took seven auditions for the producers to be won over by him.
According to reports, he pipped Jeffrey Combs, Erich Anderson, and William O. Since then, Jonathan has gone on to host 45 episodes of , first appearing in 2001 and hanging around until 2005, and she was played by Linda Park, a Korean-American actress.
As we reported previously, Anthony Mason will then take over the job on an interim basis, while Pelley moves full time to “60 Minutes.” TVNewser quotes David Zurawik of the Baltimore Sun summing up the Pelley situation this way: “Pelley’s done a lot of good things. But he mimicked, he imitated Dan Rather, even Edward R.
Murrow, in an age where it’s a much different television medium.I became this incredible fan and I realized how cool the show is.