Credits and Awards

Television Credits (by year)

 

“Inside Edition” (1 episode)

  1. Episode dated 25 February 2010 (25 February 2010) – Himself

“Entertainment Tonight” (1 episode)

  1. Episode dated 15 September 2008 (15 September 2008) – Himself

“The Soup” (1 episode)

  1. Episode dated 25 April 2008 (25 April 2008) – Himself

“Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II” (2 episodes )

  1. To Serve All My Days (23 November 2006) – Lt. Pavel Chekov
  2. World Enough and Time (23 August 2007) – special thanks

“Jimmy Kimmel Live!” (1 episode)

  1. Episode #2.6 (22 August 2003) – Himself

“After They Were Famous” (1 episode)

  1. Star Trek (19 July 2003) – Himself

“Futurama” (1 episode)

  1. Where No Fan Has Gone Before (21 April 2002) – Himself (voice)

“Son of the Beach” (1 episode)

  1. From Russia, with Johnson (20 March 2001) – General Dimitri Sukitov

“Diagnosis Murder” (1 episode)

  1. Alienated (29 October 1998) – Quinn Trask

“The Heartbreak Cafe” (1 episode)

  1. New Beginnings (29 August 1998) – Director

“Almost Perfect” (1 episode)

  1. Where No Woman Has Gone Before (20 December 1997) – Walter Koenig

“Space Cadets” (1 episode)

  1. Blobs vs. Things (22 July 1997) – Himself

“Surprise Surprise!” (1 episode)

  1. Episode #13.4 (21 April 1996) – Himself

“Babylon 5” (12 episodes )

  1. Mind War (2 March 1994) – Alfred Bester
  2. A Race Through Dark Places (25 January 1995) – Alfred Bester
  3. Dust to Dust (5 February 1996) – Alfred Bester
  4. Ship of Tears (29 April 1996) – Alfred Bester
  5. Epiphanies (10 February 1997) – Alfred Bester
  6. Moments of Transition (19 May 1997) – Alfred Bester
  7. The Face of the Enemy (9 June 1997) – Alfred Bester
  8. Rising Star (20 October 1997) – Alfred Bester
  9. Strange Relations (25 February 1998) – Alfred Bester
  10. A Tragedy of Telepaths (25 March 1998) – Alfred Bester
  11. Phoenix Rising (1 April 1998) – Alfred Bester
  12. The Corps Is Mother, the Corps Is Father (15 April 1998) – Alfred Bester

“The Real Ghost Busters” (1 episode)

  1. Russian About (27 October 1990) – Vladimir Pavel Maximov (voice)

“The Powers of Matthew Star” (1 episode)

  1. Mother (26 November 1982) – Writer (writer)

“Bring ‘Em Back Alive” (1 episode)

  1. The Reel World of Frank Buck (12 October 1982) – Toder

“Family” (1 episode)

  1. Just Friends (9 November 1978) – Writer (writer)

“What Really Happened to the Class of ’65?” (1 episode)

  1. Class Athlete (5 January 1978) – Writer (writer)

“Columbo” (1 episode)

  1. Fade in to Murder (10 October 1976) – Sgt. Johnson

“Land of the Lost” (1 episode)

  1. The Stranger (12 October 1974) – Writer (writer)

“The Starlost” (2 episodes )

  1. The Alien Oro (3 November 1973) – Oro
  2. The Return of Oro (15 December 1973) – Oro

“Star Trek” (1 episode)

  1. The Infinite Vulcan (20 October 1973) – Writer (written by)

“Ironside” (1 episode)

  1. The Summer Soldier (4 March 1971) – Leo

“The Virginian” (1 episode)

  1. Crooked Corner (28 October 1970) – Paul Erlich

“Medical Center” (1 episode)

  1. Between Dark and Daylight (15 April 1970) – Harry Seller

“Mannix” (1 episode)

  1. Delayed Action (2 March 1968) – Harry

“Star Trek” (36 episodes )

  1. Amok Time (15 September 1967) – Chekov
  2. Who Mourns for Adonais? (22 September 1967) – Chekov
  3. Mirror, Mirror (6 October 1967) – Chekov
  4. The Apple (13 October 1967) – Chekov
  5. Catspaw (27 October 1967) – Chekov
  6. I, Mudd (3 November 1967) – Chekov
  7. Journey to Babel (17 November 1967) – Chekov
  8. Friday’s Child (1 December 1967) – Chekov
  9. The Deadly Years (8 December 1967) – Chekov
  10. Obsession (15 December 1967) – Chekov
  11. The Trouble with Tribbles (29 December 1967) – Chekov
  12. The Gamesters of Triskelion (5 January 1968) – Chekov
  13. A Piece of the Action (12 January 1968) – Chekov
  14. The Immunity Syndrome (19 January 1968) – Chekov
  15. A Private Little War (2 February 1968) – Chekov
  16. Patterns of Force (16 February 1968) – Chekov
  17. By Any Other Name (23 February 1968) – Chekov
  18. The Ultimate Computer (8 March 1968) – Chekov
  19. Bread and Circuses (15 March 1968) – Chekov
  20. Assignment: Earth (29 March 1968) – Chekov
  21. Spock’s Brain (20 September 1968) – Chekov
  22. The Enterprise Incident (27 September 1968) – Chekov
  23. The Paradise Syndrome (4 October 1968) – Chekov
  24. And the Children Shall Lead (11 October 1968) – Chekov
  25. Is There in Truth No Beauty? (18 October 1968) – Chekov
  26. Spectre of the Gun (25 October 1968) – Chekov
  27. Day of the Dove (1 November 1968) – Chekov
  28. For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky (8 November 1968) – Chekov
  29. The Tholian Web (15 November 1968) – Chekov
  30. Elaan of Troyius (20 December 1968) – Chekov
  31. Let That Be Your Last Battlefield (10 January 1969) – Chekov
  32. The Mark of Gideon (17 January 1969) – Chekov
  33. The Lights of Zetar (31 January 1969) – Chekov
  34. The Way to Eden (21 February 1969) – Chekov
  35. The Savage Curtain (7 March 1969) – Chekov
  36. Turnabout Intruder (3 June 1969) – Chekov

“Jericho” (2 episodes )

  1. Both Ends Against the Riddle (15 December 1966) – Paul
  2. Four O’Clock Bomb to London (15 December 1966) – Actor

“I Spy” (1 episode)

  1. Sparrowhawk (26 October 1966) – Bobby Seville

“Gidget” (1 episode)

  1. Gidget’s Foreign Policy (15 December 1965) – Gunnar

“Ben Casey” (1 episode)

  1. A Rambling Discourse on Egyptian Water Clocks (1 February 1965) – Tom Davis

“The Alfred Hitchcock Hour” (1 episode)

  1. Memo from Purgatory (21 December 1964) – Tiger

“The Lieutenant” (1 episode)

  1. Mother Enemy (4 April 1964) – Sergeant John Delwyn

“Mr. Novak” (3 episodes )

  1. The Boy Without a Country (10 December 1963) – Alexsei Dubov
  2. With a Hammer in His Hand, Lord, Lord! (29 September 1964) – Jim Carsey
  3. The Firebrand (13 April 1965) – Paul Ryder

“The Great Adventure” (1 episode)

  1. Six Wagons to the Sea (18 October 1963) – Actor

“General Hospital” (1 episode)

  1. Episode #1.1 (1 April 1963) – Teenage Thug

“The Untouchables” (1 episode)

  1. The Snowball (15 January 1963) – Student (uncredited)

“Combat!” (1 episode)

  1. The Prisoner (25 December 1962) – Sentry (uncredited)
“The Unexplained” (1 episode)

  1. Human Transformations (????) – Himself

 

Film Credits (by year)

 

  1. Blue Dream (2013/I) …. Lassie
  2. Handball (2012) …. Captain
  3. Flashback (2012) …. Joseph Griffin
  4. War of Heaven (2010) …. Lee
  5. InAlienable (2008) …. Dr. Shilling
  6. Mad Cowgirl (2006) …. Pastor Dylan
  7. Drawing Down the Moon (1997) …. Joe Merchant
  8. Sworn to Justice (1996) …. Dr. Breitenheim
  9. Star Trek: Generations (1994) …. Commander Pavel Chekov
  10. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) …. Chekov
  11. Star Trek Adventure (1991) …. Chekov
  12. Deadly Weapon (1989)
  13. Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) …. Chekov
  14. Moontrap (1989) …. Col. Jason Grant
  15. Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) …. Chekov
  16. Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) …. Chekov
  17. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) …. Chekov
  18. Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) …. Chekov
  19. Nightmare Honeymoon (1974) …. Deputy Sheriff
  20. Strange Lovers (1963) …. Bob Fuller (segment “End of the Path”)
  21. The Norman Vincent Peale Story (1962)

 

Stage Credits

 

  1. Peer Gynt – Peer Gynt
  2. The Devil’s Disciple – Dick Dudgeon
  3. Summer Stock, Vermont
  4. The Girls of Summer
  5. The Boys In Autumn – Tom Sawyer
  6. A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Quince
  7. Six Characters in Search of an Author – Oldest Son
  8. Make a Million – Johnny
  9. Box and Cox – Box
  10. Authors – Dave
  11. Other People’s Money – Larry the Liquidator
  12. Steambath – God
  13. The White House Murder Case – Captain Weems
  14. Night Must Fall – Danny
  15. La Ronde – Gentleman
  16. The Typist and The Tiger – Paul
  17. The Deputy – Nazi, Jewish Refugee, Catholic Monk
  18. Blood Wedding
  19. The Collection
  20. The Day The Earth Stood Still – Narrator
  21. A Christmas Carol – Scrooge

 

Video Game Credits

 

  1. Star Trek: Shattered Universe (2003) – (voice) …. Commander Pavel Chekov
  2. Starfleet Academy: Chekov’s Lost Missions (1998) – …. Pavel Chekov
  3. Star Trek: Generations (1997) – (voice) …. Cmdr. Pavel Chekov
  4. Star Trek: Starfleet Academy (1997) – (voice) …. Commander Pavel Chekov
  5. Maximum Surge (1996) -…. Drexel
  6. Star Trek: Judgment Rites (1993) – (voice) …. Ens. Pavel Chekov
  7. Star Trek: 25th Anniversary Enhanced (1992) – (voice) …. Ens. Pavel Chekov

 

TV/Film Writing Credits

 

  1. Handball (2012) (writer)
  2. InAlienable (2008) (writer)
  3. “The Powers of Matthew Star” (1 episode, 1982)
    – Mother (1982) TV episode (writer)
  4. “Family” (1 episode, 1978)
    – Just Friends (1978) TV episode (writer)
  5. “What Really Happened to the Class of ’65?” (1 episode, 1978)
    – Class Athlete (1978) TV episode (writer)
  6. “Land of the Lost” (1 episode, 1974)
    – The Stranger (1974) TV episode (writer)
  7. “Star Trek” (1 episode, 1973)
    – The Infinite Vulcan (1973) TV episode (written by)

 

Author Credits

 

  1. “Chekov’s Enterprise”
  2. “Buck Alice and the Actor-Robot”
  3. “Warped Factors: A Neurotic’s Guide to the Universe”
  4. “Raver” (comic)
  5. “Things to Come” (comic)
  6. The Machiavellian Principle (one-act play)

 

Stage Director Credits

 

  1. Hotel Paradiso – Company of Angels
  2. Beckett – Theatre 40
  3. America, Hurrah – Oxford Theatre
  4. Twelve Angry Men – Rita Hayworth Theatre
  5. Matrix Gascon – Theatre Institute
  6. Three by Ten – Actor’s Alley
  7. Twilight Zone (“The Monsters Are Due On Maple St.” and “The Odyssey of Flight 33”) – Circle Theatre

 

Teaching Credits

 

  1. UCLA
  2. The Sherwood Oaks Experimental Film College
  3. California School of Professional Psychology
  4. Actor’s Alley Repertory Company
  5. Private

 

Awards

 

  1. Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, LA 2012
  2. Finalist, Film Festival Awards, NY 1996
    “You’re Never Alone When You’re A Schizophrenic”
  3. Saturn Award Nomination 1987
    Best Supporting Actor, “The Voyage Home”
  4. Saturn Award Nomination 1983
    Best Supporting Actor, “The Wrath of Khan”