aNewDomain — He will forever be Spock to us here at aNewDomain. Cult hero and award-winning actor and producer Leonard Nimoy, who personified the wise, uncanny half human-half Vulcan in Star Trek on TV and movies, is dead at 83.
To honor the man and the legend that was Leonard Nimoy, our staffers Tom Ewing, Brant David, Tim Downs and I have collected some of the best Spock TV and movie clips we could find. Please email me at email@example.com to add some of your own. As for you, as Spock would say and did in fact do, live long and prosper.
Here’s Spock’s tragic first death, in the Star Trek movie, “Wrath of Khan.”
Verbal sparring between Mr. Spock and Dr. McCoy.
Here’s logical Spock being, um, illogical. There are exceptions for everything.
Here is Spock struggling to control his emotions.
Back to “Star Trek” clips in a minute. Here’s Leonard Nimoy hosting a show on the Y2K bug, back when people thought the coming of the Year 2000 would doom computers — and us.
Okay, I lied. I just have to share this Leonard Nimoy clip, in which Nimoy sings Johnny Cash’s 1959 hit “I Walk The Line.” Excellent.
Bickering and still more bickering between Mr. Spock and Dr. McCoy …
Here’s an interview with Leonard Nimoy on The Merv Griffin Show from the great year of 1982. Wow.
Developing. Send us your favorite Spock moments — just email Gina@anewdomain.net.