Data1001 wrote: »
MirrorMartigan wrote: »
Wow. Just stunned at this.
Bylo Band wrote: »
By my life code, he is a winner, anybody that makes it to 70+ is a winner at life.
He had such a profound impact on numerous franchises. DS9 wouldn't have worked without him; I was late to DS9 appreciation, but his performances and behind the camera contributions were immense.
But he was a lot more than just Odo, he was also Paul Lewiston on Boston Legal and played great against the lunacy of Shatner and James Spader, he was also a regular on Murder, She Wrote (along with a LOT of other Star Trek alum), and he was a prolific voice actor for all kinds of projects but for me even as a child he had an impact as the Skeleton in The Last Unicorn.
He showed up as supreme bad guy in Criminal Minds, as a caring father figure in Enterprise, and so many roles it would take all night to list them all. He was immense.