A great deal of thought and consideration went into the assembling the best cast possible to pay homage to the great actors that played these legendary characters, while injecting their own talent and expertise into their performances bringing the highest quality possible to the screen.
These actors and actresses have come from all levels of the entertainment business and you will recognize the names:
as Captain James T. Kirk
Vic has been acting from the age of eight all the way through college where he majored in film and minored in theatre. Vic has been in countless professional stage and film productions but perhaps is best known as a prolific voice actor for over two hundred animated series and video games including Fullmetal Alchemist, Dragonball Z, Pokemon and many more. As a young boy, Vic fell in love with Star Trek and is realizing his boyhood dream to play the role of Captain Kirk.
as Mr. Spock
Todd got his first professional start in stage productions as a boy. He then went on to a degree in theatre from SMU. Being in front of and behind the camera in almost every capacity, Todd is an accomplished actor, director, producer and writer. He works in every medium from animation and film to voice over and theatre. Todd continues to produce with his own company, Out of the Office Productions.
as Dr. McCoy
A native of Norman, OK, Larry is well known to the Star Trek community. He has been seen in countless Trek documentaries and is a convention speaker, worldwide. Larry has a BA and MA in theatre and is producing "The Con of Wrath", a documentary revisiting the most glorious failure in Star Trek history. His new non-fiction Trek book/map set is due to be announced soon and will be on sale this fall.
as Mr. Scott
Chris is no stranger to Star Trek. Having spent time on the original series sets with his dad. He began his acting adventure on the Enterprise in 1979 appearing in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. That was the first of several appearances on the beloved ship. His most recent trek put him in the transporter room of the critically acclaimed Star Trek (2009), sharing the screen with the new Scotty, Simon Pegg. Chris has also done several character voice-overs for the Starship Farragut animated episodes, including that of the iconic engineer himself.
as Mr. Sulu
Grant is one of the hosts of Discovery Channel's Mythbusters. Before that, he spent nine years as an animatronics engineer and model maker for George Lucas's Industrial Light and Magic. Grant worked on many blockbusters including The Matrix sequels, Galaxy Quest, Terminator 3, and Star Wars: Episodes 1-3 (although he is NOT responsible for Jar Jar). He put the lights in R2-D2's dome and gave the Energizer Bunny his beat. He created the often rude and irreverent robot skeleton sidekick for late night talk show host Craig Ferguson.
as Lt. Uhura
Kim has appeared in film, on television, in commercials and on the web. She has had roles on shows like The Bold and the Beautiful, America's Most Wanted and the films Thunder Geniuses and Pastor Jones 2: Lord, Save My Daughter. Lt. Uhura will be a standout among her roles, not only because of Kim’s respect for Nichelle Nichols who originated the iconic character, but also for the tremendous enthusiasm Trek fans have for Uhura and the entire cast of the classic series.
as Ensign Chekov
Wyatt has been acting since he was a child playing roles like Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Into The Woods: Rapunzel’s Prince and more. He’s won several classical piano competitions and enjoys composing, singing and playing bass with his band. Wyatt even works as a flight director at the Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center taking young students to distant destinations in the galaxy. He comes from a family of nine where the ultimate family pastime is anything Star Trek.