‘Star Trek’ Star Leonard Nimoy Dead At 83!

I just got the sad news from Huff-Post Entertainment

Leonard Nimoy, who was best-known for his role as Mr. Spock in the “Star Trek” franchise, died at his home on Friday in Los Angeles, his wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, confirmed to the New York Times. He was 83.

According to his wife, Nimoy’s death was due to end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The star had been open about his condition, and spoke publicly about it last year. “Just can’t walk distances. Love my life, family, friends and followers,” he wrote on Twitter a week after announcing his diagnosis.

Nimoy had been hospitalized earlier this week, and many of his former co-stars, including George Takei, sent public well wishes. …

Leonard Nimoy

Star Trek

Read the full story at ‘Star Trek’ Star Leonard Nimoy Dead At 83 on Huff-Post Entertainment

What a very sad day indeed. Goodbye Leonard…



You will most certainly be missed…

I want ice water.

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20 thoughts on “‘Star Trek’ Star Leonard Nimoy Dead At 83!

  1. Yes a sad loss for his family and his fans…. I so enjoyed him as Mr Spock as a Star Trek fan myself for all these years.. Ever since I first convinced my Dad to let me watch the new series on our UK TV.. 🙂 He later became a fan too LOL..

    May he rest in peace and Life Life and Prosper on the other side

    Sending thoughts your way IzaakMak.. and hope the snow is easing up a bit your way?

    Hugs Sue


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