LeVar plays Geordi LaForge, the Next Generation's chief engineer. He is now producing and directing his own feature films, and has directed many episodes of Voyager. LaForge was a groundbreaking role, being one of the first disabled regulars on TV.
It’s not just the science community who’ve embraced Star Trek
As an actor how did you cope with learning lots of very technical lines?
The acting of science
Which of the science aspects of the show did you find were most fun for you to play with as an actor?
Are you proud to be associated with a TV show that’s inspired so many people to take a technical science career?
What made you a big fan?
Auditioning for Geordi
As a fan of the initial series, what was it like when you were auditioning for Next Generation?
Loving the new Trek
It took some time for the public to take Next Gen to their hearts.
A friendly crew
Did Next Gen get better as you all became friends?
Patrick Stewart said the stars were shining on you as an ensemble group.
Are there any frustrations in appearing in a very long running TV series?
How do you think the films run in parallel alongside the TV franchise?
The new movie
So you’re looking forward to getting together with the rest of the cast?
What was it like when Patrick was described as one of the fiftiest sexies men in the world?
Do you miss the series?
How did you feel about other crews taking your space?
Are you looking forward to the new series, Enterprise? How do you think that’s shaping up now?
What’s it like acting with a VISOR?
Patrick Stewart said the original costumes caused you all lots of pain, is that true?
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