Remembering Leonard Nimoy On His 88th Birthday

88 years ago on this day, March 26th, Leonard Nimoy was born, and as we take a moment to remember his career, it’s hard not to notice the reflection of the Vulcan edict in it: Infinite diversity in infinite combinations.

Like any actor, it took him years of working in Hollywood before he was cast in his breakthrough role, and it was one that brought him notoriety and opportunity for nearly five decades. Of course, we’re talking about Star Trek‘s Mr. Spock, the coldly logical first officer of the USS Enterprise in the original TV series, which ran from 1966 to 1969.

The actor would reprise the part across several films as well, and even showed up in the rebooted Star Trek movies. Nimoy tried getting behind the camera a few times throughout his career, too, including Star Trek III: The Search for Spock and Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
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