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Aron Eisenberg, Beloved Star Trek Actor, Dead at 50

Sad news out of Hollywood today.

Aron Eisenberg, who is best known for his appearances on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, has died.

He was just 50 years old.

Eisenberg's wife, Malissa Longo shared the news of the actor's passing on Facebook.

"It is with extreme regret and sadness to announce that my love and best friend, Aron Eisenberg, passed away earlier today,” she wrote on the social media platform.

“He was an intelligent, humble, funny, emphatic soul. He sought to live his life with integrity and truth.”

The pair got married in December 2018.

“While our marriage, on paper, was a short one,” she writes, “our hearts had been married for far longer. I will be forever thankful for the time we had to love each other.”

No cause of death has been revealed, but the actor previously opened up about his health issues.

He was born with one kidney, which failed,
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Star Trek Actors Pay Tribute To Deep Space Nine’s Aron Eisenberg

Today we learned the sad news that Aron Eisenberg has passed away at the age of 50. The actor was a beloved part of the Star Trek family for his role as Nog on Deep Space Nine. A recurring character appearing in 40 episodes, Nog was the first Ferengi to join Starfleet, and he wasn’t just popular with fans, either. Following his death, Star Trek stars from various different series have paid their respect to Eisenberg on social media.

Fans most recently got to see Eisenberg in the Ds9 documentary What We Left Behind, in which his passion for Trek was made clear. It was the documentary’s Twitter page that helped get the news out of the actor’s untimely passing as well, with the following Tweet:

We’re heartbroken to share news of the loss of one of our family. Aron Eisenberg was an enormous positive presence in any situation.
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‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Actor Aron Eisenberg Dies at 50

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‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Actor Aron Eisenberg Dies at 50
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” actor Aron Eisenberg, who played Nog in the 1990s series, died Saturday. He was 50.

His character Nog, who appeared for all seven seasons, was a member of the alien race Ferengi, and joined Starfleet after a recommendation from Captain Sisko. Eisenberg returned for a guest spot on “Star Trek: Voyager” and appeared in the “Star Trek” fan film “Renegades.”

His widow Malissa Longo wrote on Facebook, “He was so driven to put the best he had into whatever work was put before him. He lived his life with such vigor and passion.”

Eisenberg, who was born with one kidney, had received two kidney transplants. The kidney trouble had stunted his growth, and he stood at 5 feet tall.

He had been married for nine months. “We didn’t officially announce that we had eloped on December 28th, 2018. We were hoping to have a big shindig in celebration of our nuptials,
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Aron Eisenberg, ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Star, Dies at 50

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Aron Eisenberg, ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Star, Dies at 50
Aron Eisenberg, who played Nog on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” died Sunday at the age of 50, his wife Malissa Longo announced of Facebook.

“It is with extreme regret and sadness to announce that my love and best friend, Aron Eisenberg, passed away earlier today,” Longo wrote. “He was an intelligent, humble, funny, emphatic soul. He sought to live his life with integrity and truth.”

A cause of death has not been announced.

Eisenberg played Nog on 40 episodes of “Deep Space Nine,” which came as a surprise to him, as he took the role without being told any details about his character or how long he would play it. Nog is the first member of the Ferengi, a greedy alien race always looking for a profit, to join Starfleet thanks to the recommendation of Captain Sisko.

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Star Trek: 10 Hidden Details About The Main Characters Of Voyager

The complex characters are what keep us coming back to the Star Trek franchise. We're entertained by their backstories and personal details just as much as their exciting adventures. It's always interesting to find out the hidden, obscure and unknown. Even the most prominent characters have their secrets. If you think you know everything about your personal favorite, there's always something more to learn.

Related: Star Trek Voyager: 5 Times Janeway Was the Best Captain (And 5 Times She Was the Worst)

A few of these details were revealed in the show for viewers that were paying close attention while others are a part of the Star Trek canon but revealed through related shows that share the same universe or alternative mediums, like comic books. Here are ten dark secrets and obscure facts about the main characters of Star Trek: Voyager.
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Patrick Stewart Says Star Trek: Picard Will Surprise and Shock Fans

A lot of Star Trek fans have high hopes for the upcoming Star Trek: Picard series. Fans were extremely pleased with the trailer that was released and the excitement for the show is high.

During a recent interview with Examiner Live, Patrick Stewart offered up some additional thoughts on the series and what made the difference for him wanting to come back to the role:

“I don’t regard it as going back. In fact, we are definitely moving the series forward and that’s what made the difference for me. It was a very difficult decision.”

He went on to say that fans might be surprised and shocked by what they are doing with the character:

“We are looking at a new world with new objectives, problems and issues that could not have been raised when we were making The Next Generation and I found that very exciting. It
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'Game of Thrones' Claims 7th Emmy in Visual Effects

'Game of Thrones' Claims 7th Emmy in Visual Effects
Game of Thrones earned its seventh Emmy in special visual effects Sunday, which only further cements its position as the program with the most wins in the category.

The HBO fantasy series surpassed the previous record-holders, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager — which each have three VFX Emmys — in 2015. However, Game of Thrones has won the category each consecutive year since its second time being nominated in 2012, with the exception of 2017, when the show wasn't eligible.

In Game of Thrones' series run, the work has been shared by multiple VFX facilities and artists....
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R.A. Mihailoff – ‘Leatherface’ From The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III at the Toyman Toy Show in St. Louis September 29th

“There’s road kill all over Texas. “

The Toyman Toy Show in St. Louis has been going strong for almost 30 years now and just keeps getting bigger and better! The fun now takes place nine times a year at The Machinists Hall 12365 St Charles Rock Road in Bridgeton, Mo 63044. There are over 120 vendors at the Toyman Toy Show spread out over 220 tables. all selling vintage toys, comics, dolls, diecast cars, movie memorabilia, and more as well as cosplayers and artists. It’s an unbelievable amount of fun for only $5! A Facebook invite for the event can be found Here

The next Toyman Show is Sunday, September 29th from 9:00a to 3:00p and actor R.A. Mihailoff , best known for playing Leatherface in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (1990) will be a special guest.

Mihailoff’s first role was in the 1980 science fiction film The Lathe of Heaven. He is best known for portraying Leatherface.
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Star Trek: 10 Hidden Details About The Voyager Costumes You Didn't Notice

Originally, Star Trek: Voyager, about the Federation starship trapped in the Delta Quadrant on a 75 year mission to get home wasn't going to be made. Star Trek: The Next Generation had just ended in the mid '90s, and that crew was primed for appearing in the franchise series of films. But Paramount and the powers that be wanted another Star Trek series on the air, and since Deep Space Nine featured a stationary space station, Voyager was developed as the next starship drama.

Voyager stood apart from the other Star Trek series for a number of reasons; it had a female captain, a motley crew that weren't all Starfleet officers, and an entirely different reason to be traveling among the stars. It also separated itself by the unique nature of its costumes, which included Seven of Nine's infamous silver catsuit, Neelix's laborious prosthetics, and Janeway's infamous bun. Below you'll
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Devil's Revenge Trailer: William Shatner & Jeri Ryan Open a Portal to Hell

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Devil's Revenge Trailer: William Shatner & Jeri Ryan Open a Portal to Hell
Welcome to Hell! Today, we have a first look at the horror thriller Devil's Revenge, which dusts off Star Trek icon William Shatner for a Halloween treat that will leave you howling. Shatner is teaming up with genre favorite and Star Trek alum Jeri Ryan along with Jason Brooks. The movie hits theaters in limited release later this fall just in time for the Halloween season.

From Cleopatra Entertainment, Devil's Revenge is about a down-on-his-luck archaeologist on a routine cave expedition who is cursed by a relic that turns out to be a portal to Hell. He then discovers that he must destroy the relic in order to reverse the curse on his family.

Cleopatra Entertainment has set a release date for their production Devil's Revenge, a new horror film directed by Jared Cohn that was executive produced by Brian Perera, Yvonne Perera, and co-produced by Tim Yasui and Cohn.
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Critics Pick Their Favorite TV Doctors of All Time

Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday.

This week’s question: Who is your favorite TV doctor of all time? (Doctor Who does not count.)

Damian Holbrook (@damianholbrook), TV Guide Magazine

I am not a fan of how TV usually represents doctors. They are mostly either super earnest and “I am going to save you at the risk of my career!” annoying or the “doesn’t play by the rules” rebel who rides a motorcycle down the ER hallway. Both are tired. And don’t even start me on the hard-ass doctors who obviously know everything and show it off while parading a crew of new residents through a massive hospital during the opening of soooooo many pilots. We get it: Their job is their life and they have a secret soft center.

No, I like my doctors like
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Robert Axelrod, Actor Who Voiced Lord Zedd in ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,’ Dies at 70

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Robert Axelrod, Actor Who Voiced Lord Zedd in ‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,’ Dies at 70
Robert Axelrod, the veteran character actor best known for voicing Lord Zedd and Finster in the long-running kids TV show “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” died Saturday at age 70, his agent announced on Twitter.

In addition to the villain Lord Zedd and the monster maker Finster in the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” series (and 1995 movie), Axelrod also voiced characters like Armadillomon and Wizardmon in the “Digimon” anime series.

Axelrod got his start as a guitarist in the early 1970s before moving into voice work in TV and film. According to his agent, he created more than 150 characters during the course of his career.

Other live-action credits include playing a Paul McCartney lookalike on the ’90s sitcom “Family Matters” as well as roles on “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “Star Trek: Voyager.”

“Robert enjoyed meeting his fans and inspiring them to follow their passions,
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Devil's Revenge Emerges from Below and Onto Digital Platforms this October 1st!

Tagline: "Welcome to Hell." A few details have emerged for the horror title Devil's Revenge. Developed by Jared Cohn (The Horde), Devil's Revenge involves an archaeologist's dig and a portal to Hell. Now, the portal can only be closed by destroying an ancient relic. This title stars a few "Star Trek" alumni, including: William Shatner and Jeri Ryan (Star Trek: Voyager). Jason Brooks, Ciara Hanna and Jackie Dallas also star. As well, Cleopatra Entertainment has produced this horror film and will distribute it, this October. Cohn has directed a few horror titles, already. This film fan knows Cohn from his work on the action horror title The Horde (2016) and Death Pool (2017). Very much an indie director, Cohn is also a prolific actor, based out of the City of Angels. His latest is expected to release on October 1st. On this date, Devil's Revenge will be available on Digital platforms, across the United States.
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Star Trek: The 10 Biggest Deep Space Nine Twists and Reveals, Ranked

Deep Space Nine remains one of the most beloved (and controversial) entries in the Star Trek franchise. It bridged the gap between Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager, separating itself from its predecessors by taking place on a space station, not a Federation starship exploring the universe.  It focused more on the interpersonal relationships of its inhabitants, rather than external situations.

This changed in later seasons, when it diverged from the normal episodic format of Star Trek and became a more serialized program with over-arching plots and inter-connected storylines. It's dark and gritty tone differed from Star Trek's normally upbeat and altruistic mode, but it never failed to capture fan's imagination with intriguing narratives and colorful characters. It was full of the most exciting plot twists and reveals of any Star Trek series. Below you'll find ten of the biggest, ranked.
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Star Trek: 10 Hidden Details About The Main Characters of DS9

Widely regarded as one of the most gritty and multi-faceted spin-offs in the Star Trek franchise, Deep Space Nine was the last Star Trek show still running when the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation took to films and Star Trek: Voyager finally reached its journeys end. It's known for departing from the traditional episodic nature of the franchise and transitioning to a serialized format, which allowed for over-arching storylines and the ramifications to be felt from previous episodes.

Related: Star Trek: 10 DS9 Storylines That Were Never Resolved

In this way, a series about the various inhabitants of a space station orbiting a wormhole could still be one of exploration, it just dealt with traversing interpersonal relationships rather than deep space. With the psychological analysis of so many fascinating inhabitants of Deep Space 9, came rumors that the cast of main characters was one of the most fractious. There's
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10 Optimistic TV Dramas to Put a Spring in Your Step

Juliette Harrisson Aug 23, 2019

The world can be a depressing place, but that doesn't mean TV has to be. Here are some of the most optimistic TV dramas.

This article comes from Den of Geek UK.

Think of a handful of the most watched and acclaimed dramas of recent years. The Handmaid’s Tale. Game Of Thrones. Chernobyl. They’re not a cheerful bunch, are they? Comedy-drama Orange is the New Black spent much of its final season highlighting the plight of those caught in the United States’ horrifying immigration systems. New Star Trek series Discovery has gone for a dark, gritty feel and some downbeat storylines. Even cute '90s sitcom Sabrina the Teenage Witch has been re-imagined as dark teen drama The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, in which Sabrina’s aunts encourage her to be baptized into the Church of Night.

With the world such a depressing place in general,
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Star Trek: The 10 Biggest Voyager Twists and Reveals, Ranked

The unique and compelling writing of the Star Trek: The Original Series is what gave the show a dedicated fan following. The early series didn't have much going for it as far as special effects or even a costuming budget, but some great storytelling made up for those shortfalls. These often included twist endings that relied on a conclusion that subverted the audience's expectations. Enemies become allies, the hunter becomes the hunted, or things are not as they appear to be.

Star Trek: Voyager started with an interesting plot twist in the very first episode that set the tone and stakes for the rest of the series. Like it or hate it, Janeway and her crew took us to some interesting places that challenged our assumptions. Here are ten of the biggest twists and reveals that took place during the seven-year mission of the USS Voyager.
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The 'Star Trek' Universe's Future on the Big Screen

The final frontier is once again within reach. This week CBS and Viacom merged back together, meaning that the totality of Star Trek, as both film and television entities, are under one roof for the first time since 2005 and the conclusion of Star Trek: Enterprise. In the 14 years since, Star Trek has regained its television footing and found success on the streaming platform CBS All Access with Star Trek: Discovery, which along with the upcoming Star Trek: Picard, follows the canon established by Gene Roddenberry's original series, Star Trek, and furthered by Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star ...
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Star Trek Voyager: 5 Times Janeway Was the Best Captain (And 5 Times She Was the Worst)

The iconic captains of the Star Trek universe each have their own claim to fame. Captain Kathryn Janeway guided Star Trek: Voyager home from the remote and unexplored Delta Quadrant, making her one of the most experienced and intrepid of all our favorite Starfleet officers. She escaped from deep-space anomalies that would have made Captain Kirk reach for a glass of Romulan ale.

Related: Star Trek: 10 Hysterical Voyager Logic Memes Only True Fans Understand

That doesn't mean that Captain Janeway also didn't make some huge mistakes. In fact, she has a reputation for making decisions that appear to be inconsistent. Is that because of the circumstances surrounding the journey of Voyager, or is it just random good days and bad days? Here are five times Janeway was the best captain in the Star Trek universe, and five times she totally lost us.
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Jason Patric, Lou Ferrigno Jr. and Dina Meyer to Star in Landon Williams' Thriller 'Black Nightshade'

Jason Patric, Lou Ferrigno Jr. and Dina Meyer to Star in Landon Williams' Thriller 'Black Nightshade'
Filmmaker Landon Williams has found his cast for the indie feature Black Nightshade.

The film, described in a press release as "a supernatural, psychological noir thriller," is currently in production in Los Angeles with a cast that includes Jason Patric (Narc), Lou Ferrigno Jr. (Swat), Dina Meyer (Starship Troopers), Kenzie Dalton (Feud), B.J. Britt (Agents of Shield), Tim Russ (Star Trek: Voyager) and Jaime Gallagher (Dreamcatcher). Rounding out the cast are James Duval (Donnie Darko), Thyme Lewis (Days of Our Lives), Eryn Rea (Grey’s Anatomy), Madison Russ (Star Trek: Renegades), Robert H. Lambert ...
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