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Actor, Walter Koenig, was born Walter Marvin Koenig on Sep 14, 1936 in Chicago, IL. As of December 2021, Walter Koenig was 85 years old.

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Captain Nyota Uhura: [narrating] It's said if you move but one grain of sand, you run the risk of altering history.


Captain Nyota Uhura: [narrating] Captain's personal log, Stardate 6712.4. As head of Starfleet Linguistic, my recent assignments have been most rewarding. So much so, I'm finding it hard to believe it's been forty years since I was first assigned to the Enterprise under Captain Kirk's command. I should be elated to attend the ceremonies honoring his accomplishments, but the memory of his passing twelve years ago is still very painful. And it doesn't help that my dear friend Scotty is still missing. Or that Sulu is away in the Gamma Quadrant for the next three years. Or that McCoy and Spock won't be able to break away from their negotiations with the Klingons. All this has made me realize that something is... missing in my life. Perhaps though, seeing some old friends attending the dedication of a very special ship is exactly what I need. Something we all need.


Captain John Harriman: About your uncle...
Commander Peter Kirk: Don't worry. He made his own choices. He lived and died exactly the way he wanted to.
Captain John Harriman: I almost left Starfleet over that incident. But Chekov was aboard the day your uncle died and he and Uhura convinced me it wouldn't have mattered who was sitting in the captain's chair that day. And since then we've been the best of friends.


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Walter Koenig Facts
Has appeared in episodes of three different series with George Takei: "Star Trek" (1966), "Diagnosis Murder" (1993) and "Futurama" (1999).

Before becoming Chekov on the classic "Star Trek" (1966) series, Walter Koenig auditioned for the role of hip surfer, Stu Casey (later Riley) a character introduced for the 1965 (year two) season of "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" (1964). Koenig lost the part to actor Allan Hunt, who only played the part for one year since he was drafted into service in Vietnam. But the two actors stayed in touch over the years and are the best of friends. Allan Hunt even directed a play that starred Walter Koenig and Hunt's fellow former 'Voyage' co-star, Del Monroe (Kowalski).

Author of "Raver" comics in 1994.

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