Fans of Star Trek will undoubtedly know Gates McFadden as Dr. Beverly Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation. What has this iconic actress been up to ever since Star Trek went off the air in 1994?
If you grew up during the 1960s, then you may recognize Dorothy Anstett as the titleholder who was named Miss USA in 1968. Now 75 years old, she has mainly stayed out of the spotlight.
If you can’t get enough of all those superhero series, then you’re probably pumped for the new Gotham Knights set to air on the CW sometime in 2023.
Kaleena Kiff is an American actress best known for her role in the television series The New Leave It to Beaver.
Lalaine Vergara-Paris, now just known as Lalaine in Hollywood, is an American actress most known for playing Miranda Sanchez in the popular Disney Channel series, Lizzie McGuire.
Star Trek: Voyager fans will recognize Robert Duncan McNeill as Lieutenant Tom Paris, who was on the hit television show between 1995 and 2001. While this may have been McNeill’s most famous role, he has had a lengthy career in Hollywood spanning back to the 1980s. Continue reading to find out what Robert Duncan McNeill is up to nowadays.
Jeri Ryan captivated Star Trek fans in the late 1990s with her standout portrayal of former Borg drone Seven of Nine on Star Trek: Voyager. With her signature skintight catsuit and icy blunt delivery, Seven of Nine became one of the most popular characters in the Star Trek universe. Ryan’s nuanced performance humanized the character and showed her gradual rediscovery of her own humanity after being disconnected from the Borg collective. Here’s what she’s been up to.
If you watched Benson back in the 1980s or were a Star Trek fan in the 1990s, Ethan Phillips might be a familiar face to you. Perhaps best known for playing the role of Neelix on Star Trek: Voyager Ethan Phillips has a career that has lasted decades in several TV, film and stage roles. So, what’s he been up to recently? Let’s find out.
As we approach the Halloween season, there’s no better time to revisit one of the most classic horror films of all time: Poltergeist. Co-written by Steven Spielberg and directed by Tobe Hooper in 1982, Poltergeist was the highest-grossing horror film that year.