- 1 How did Scotty from Star Trek died?
- 2 Who played Scotty on the new Star Trek?
- 3 When did Scotty from Star Trek died?
- 4 Is Scotty from Star Trek still alive?
- 5 Did they ever say beam me up Scotty?
- 6 Why was the original Star Trek Cancelled?
- 7 Is Scotty Irish or Scottish?
- 8 Is Scotty missing a finger?
- 9 What happened to Scotty after relics?
- 10 Did Kirk die in into darkness?
- 11 Which actor has been in the most Star Trek episodes?
How did Scotty from Star Trek died?
THE US: Actor James Doohan, best known as the feisty Scottish chief engineer in the original Star Trek series – a role immortalised by the catchphrase “Beam me up, Scotty” – died yesterday, aged 85, his manager said. Doohan died in the Seattle suburb of Redmond, Washington, of pneumonia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Who played Scotty on the new Star Trek?
Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification
|Chris Pine||Captain James T. Kirk|
|Zachary Quinto||Commander Spock|
|Karl Urban||Doctor ‘Bones’ McCoy|
|Zoe Saldana||Lieutenant Uhura|
|Simon Pegg||Montgomery ‘Scotty’ Scott|
When did Scotty from Star Trek died?
Cmdr. Montgomery “Scotty” Scott, the chief engineer of the starship Enterprise on the sci-fi series Star Trek, died on Wednesday, July 20. Doohan, who was 85, passed at his home in Redmond, Washington, due to complications from pneumonia and Alzheimer’s Disease.
Is Scotty from Star Trek still alive?
James Doohan, who faked a Scottish burr to create one of television’s most endearing characters — Scotty, the chief engineer of the U.S.S. Enterprise on the original “Star Trek” — died yesterday at his home in Redmond, Wash. He was 85.
Did they ever say beam me up Scotty?
‘Beam me up, Scotty! ‘ was never said in an episode of the TV series Star Trek or in Star Trek movies. The phrase ‘Beam me up, Scotty‘ was eventually said by William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk in the TV series, in the audio adaptation of his novel, “Star Trek: The Ashes of Eden.”
Why was the original Star Trek Cancelled?
The cast recalled that there was a noticeable drop in quality for episodes for the third season and, with ratings continuing to slide, NBC announced it was canceling Star Trek on February 18, 1969, when it was conspicuously absent from the network’s programming schedule for the 1969-1970 television season.
Is Scotty Irish or Scottish?
First portrayed by James Doohan in the original Star Trek series, Scotty also appears in the animated Star Trek series, seven Star Trek movies, the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Relics”, and in numerous books, comics, and video games.
Scotty (Star Trek)
|Home||Edinburgh, Scotland, Earth (present-day United Kingdom)|
Is Scotty missing a finger?
Actor James Doohan, who played Montgomery Scott, lost one of the fingers on his right hand on D-Day during World War II when he was serving in the army. However, the tv series and movies have never mentioned anything about it and have gone to lengths to not show the missing finger.
What happened to Scotty after relics?
Scotty froze himself in time in The Next Generation episode called “Relics“, and thus he is still alive in Star Trek Online, where he can be encountered in several different missions. Scotty is not the only living member of the original Enterprise crew, however, as Pavel Chekov has become a temporal agent.
Did Kirk die in into darkness?
But in Star Trek Into Darkness, which was set just a year later, Kirk died from warp core radiation poisoning while trying to save the Enterprise. However, Kirk was immediately resurrected, thanks to a serum made from Khan Noonien Singh’s (Benedict Cumberbatch) genetically-engineered blood.
Which actor has been in the most Star Trek episodes?
I agree that Majel Barrett Roddenberry is credited with being part of the most Star Trek episodes. However, based on these web-sites, it is Michael Dorn as Worf who has “appeared” in the most episodes (272) and Colm Meaney (Chief O’Brien) at 211 is second.