Trek Untold

“Trek Untold” is the Star Trek podcast that goes beyond the stars! This show features guests including character actors, stunt performers, directors, writers, VFX artists, and the behind-the-scenes people who make the Star Trek universe boldly go where no sci-fi franchise has gone before.

The Trek Untold podcast is not endorsed by, sponsored by, nor affiliated with CBS, Paramount Pictures, or any other Star Trek franchise

Trek Untold-Episode 100: Nana Visitor on Being Kira Nerys and Beyond

It’s time to celebrate the 100th episode of Trek Untold, and we can’t hit a milestone like that without having a great guest deserving of this number. Joining the show is Nana Visitor, AKA Kira Nerys from all seven seasons of Star Trek DS9! We discuss her upcoming book and documentary “A Woman’s Trek,” and…

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Trek Untold-Episode 99: Ken Olandt: A Career Of Strength & Charm

His journey from dreams of being an ice hockey player into modeling and then acting, the unique way he improved his performing skills, what he learned while he was a student of Gordon Hunt and Howard Fine and training alongside George Clooney, his first gig on “Days of Our Lives” and his first speaking lines…

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Trek Untold-Episode 98: Kavita Maharaj on Painting Star Trek Art and why Spock is a Yoga Master

If you’re on social media, you hopefully see a lot of Star Trek fan art on your feeds. But what about taking that fan art and turning it into a profession? This week’s guest is here to tell us all about it. Kavita Maharaj is fully licensed by Paramount to create Star Trek paintings, combining…

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Trek Untold-Episode 97: Jennifer Edwards and her Hollywood Legacy

Jennifer Edwards will be remembered by Star Trek fans for her appearance on the TNG episode “New Ground,” but her time in the spotlight is far more diverse than that sci-fi show. We take a deep dive into Jennifer’s past and tell stories about her famous father, Blake Edwards, mother, Patricia Walker, and stepmother, Julie…

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Trek Untold-Episode 96: April Tatro is the Cat’s Meow

For years, there was an unsolved mystery in the Star Trek universe. In the second season of the Star Trek TOS, in an episode titled  “Assignment: Earth,” one of the performers went uncredited for decades – the human form of Isis the Cat. Many years later, former guest of this show and Star Trek expert…

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Trek Untold-Episode 95: Wil Wheaton is More Than Just A Geek

Put on your best space sweater and prepare to travel with the greatest nerd among us, Wil Wheaton! You already know Wil as Wesley Crusher from Star Trek TNG and the host of “The Ready Room,” among his appearances on “The Big Bang Theory” and countless other geeky places. Needless to say, this interview travels…

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Trek Untold-Episode 94: Sachi Parker Has Changed Her Luck

Trekkies will remember Sachi Parker as Dr. Tava from the “Star Trek: The Next Generation” episode “First Contact” (no, not the movie), but her career and life go far beyond the stars… although in her case, it was a bit closer to stars than most of us. The daughter of legendary Hollywood actress Shirley MacLaine…

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Trek Untold-Episode 93: Focus on Photographer Jeffery Newbury

Jeffery Newbury is a photographer with his lens pointed in the direction of the Star Trek universe and A-list celebrities, but much like the sub-title of this podcast, his career goes far beyond the stars! We learn about where Jeffery grew up and his journey from a small dairy farm in Wisconsin to Alaska and…

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Trek Untold-Episode 92: Holding a Broken Mirror to Star Trek Comics with Scott & David Tipton

What happens when you get three comic lovers together in one virtual room? Absolute nerdy pandemonium. On this episode of Trek Untold, brothers Scott & David Tipton visit to discuss their work with IDW on Star Trek comics, including their current series based on the Star Trek TNG mirror universe, “The Mirror War,” which looks…

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Trek Untold-Episode 91: Anthony Lake, The Ferengi of the 32nd Century

The internet broke when the first look at the Ferengi was revealed for “Star Trek: Discovery” season four, and now we learn all about this new iteration of this classic alien from the actor under the makeup, Anthony Lake. Anthony first appeared as a Romulan spectator on Ni’Var in “Unification, Part 3” and returned in…

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