posted on Jan, 2 2008 @ 03:21 PM
is a BBC News interview with Brent Spiner that focuses primarily on Star Trek
interviewers are, of course, Idiots -- which is quite natural for the Ministry of Truth, I've noticed. Nevertheless, it should certainly be viewed by
those who haven't seen it already.
Originally posted by FredT
I think the guy is probably sick of the "data" questions.
People forget Spiner also played Lore and Dr Noonien Soong. He doesn't seem too sick of the Data questions on the interview above. He seems proud of
his work on The Next Generation
-- at least he said he was -- and so he rightfully should be. The work there by the good Spiner is legendary. I
doubt any actor on this Earth could have played the role of Data at the exceptional level that Spiner did. I'm not just talking about the big,
important scenes, either. Every little part and subtle nuance was utter brilliance. It is the mark of a great actor to make his audience almost forget
that he is watching an act -- and that, for me, is exactly what the Spiner did.
Sure. A fun interview. Nerd Alert!
Here you have uttered a most horrendous blasphemy. May you become injured somehow, gross Sir.
Mr. Rabbit, I have no questions for Brent Spiner, but I would just like to say to him Thank you.