Adams, Cecily b. February 6, 1958 d. March 3, 2004 Actress. The daughter of actor Don Adams of "Get Smart" television series fame, she had a duel career as a casting director and acting in guest appearances on many television series. As an actress, she best known role was as ‘Moogie', a ‘Ferengi' on the science fiction series "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine". She played the role of 'Gina' in the television series, "Cleghorne!" in 1995, and made guest appearances on such...[Read More] (Bio by: K) Cause of death: Lung cancer Cremated, Ashes scattered, Ashes scattered in Fern Canyon, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, California
Adams, Stanley b. April 7, 1915 d. April 27, 1977 Actor. His best known role was playing 'Cyrano Jones' in the 1960s science fiction television series "Star Trek" episode of "The Trouble with Tribbles" which aired in 1967. He had a long and successful television acting career, appearing in episodes of series such as "The Twilight Zone", "Gunsmoke", Gillgan's Island", "the Rat Patrol", "McHale's Navy", "Bonanza" and many others. He occasionally had motion picture roles, most of which were bit parts. He died as a result of a self-inflicted...[Read More] Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea
Barrett, Majel b. February 23, 1932 d. December 18, 2008 Actress. The wife of Gene Roddenberry, the creator of the "Star Trek" science fiction television and motion picture franchise, she is best known for her roles in the franchise as "Nurse Chapel" in the original 1960s television series, and as "Lwaxana Troi" in the 1980s and 1990s series "Star Trek: Next Generation" and "Deep Space Nine". She holds the distinction of being the only actor or actress to have been involved in...[Read More] (Bio by: nWoQ) Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend
Besch, Bibi b. February 1, 1940 d. September 7, 1996 Actress. She is best remembered for her role of 'Dr. Carol Marcus' in the motion picture "Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan" (1982). Born Bibiana Huber in Vienna, Austria, her mother was actress Gusti Huber. She came to the United States after World War II as a child, and grew up in Chappaqua, New York. Desiring to follow her mother's career as an actress, her mother insisted she try college instead. She attended a college for women in Connecticut for two years, before going to a New York...[Read More] (Bio by: Kit and Morgan Benson) Cause of death: Cancer Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend
Blish, James b. May 23, 1921 d. July 30, 1975 Author. He was born in East Orange, New Jersey. He is fondly remembered for his science fiction stories. In fact, he was the first author to write short story collections based upon the classic TV series Star Trek. In 1968, Blish emigrated to England, and lived in Oxford until his death. Among his works "Cities in Flight" (that include among others "They Shall Have Stars," "Earthman Come Home" and "A Clash of Cymbals,") "A Case of Conscience," "The Day After Judgment," "Fallen Star," "The Night...[Read More] (Bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni) St Cross Churchyard, Holywell, City of Oxford, Oxfordshire, England Plot: Near the grave of Kenneth Grahame.
Bradshaw, Booker b. May 21, 1941 d. April 1, 2003 Record Producer, Film & TV Actor. Harvard Graduate, Motown executive, producing albums for Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, and Jose Feliciano. He managed the Supremes for a short period of time, then wrote for TV shows such as "Columbo," "The Rockford Files," and "Sanford and Son." For science fiction fans, he will be remembered as 'Dr. M'Benga' on "Star Trek." This character had two memorable appearences during the original series in the 1960s. He also acted in "The Mod Squad" and "The FBI" TV...[Read More] (Bio by: John Sheets) Cause of death: Heart attack Unknown* * Find A Grave is currently seeking additional burial information for this individual. Please email with any updates you may have. Thank you!
Butrick, Merritt b. September 3, 1959 d. March 17, 1989 Actor. He is best remembered for his role of ‘Dr. David Marcus', son of ‘Captain James T. Kirk', in the "Star Trek" series of movies. Born in Gainesville, Florida, he was raised near San Francisco, California, and while studying theater at the California Institute of Arts, he was told by his college instructors that he did not have the skill or talent to become an actor. Determined anyway, the next year he got a part in the television series, Square Pegs. He also picked up a number of...[Read More] (Bio by: Kit and Morgan Benson) Cause of death: AIDS Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend
Carmel, Roger C. b. September 27, 1932 d. November 11, 1986 Actor. He is best remembered for playing the flamboyant and hapless criminal 'Harry Mudd' in two episodes of the NBC television science fiction series "Star Trek: The Original Series," that ran from 1966 until 1969 and one episode of "Star Trek: The Animated Series," that ran from 1973 until 1974. He was the only actor, other than those who played Enterprise crew members, to play the same character in multiple episodes of "Star Trek: The Original Series." He was born Roger Charles Carmel in...[Read More] (Bio by: William Bjornstad) Mount Carmel Cemetery, Glendale, Queens County, New York, USA Plot: 3-B-13-194-7
Carr, Paul b. February 1, 1934 d. February 17, 2006 Actor. He was born in New Orleans (Louisiana) and died in Los Angeles (California). He began his acting career at the young age of 17. After performing for various theatrical productions in New Orleans, Paul would eventually move to New York City and study acting at the American Theatre Wing. For the next six years, Paul would work in summer stock, Broadway plays and live television. He appeared in over 150 films and TV shows during his lengthy career. Trekkies remember Mr. Carr for his role as...[Read More] (Bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni) Cause of death: Lung cancer Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend
Doohan, James [cremated remains] b. March 3, 1920 d. July 20, 2005 Actor. He is best known for his role of 'Montgomery "Scotty" Scott', the Chief Engineer of the starship "Enterprise" in the seminal and immensely popular 1960's science fiction television series "Star Trek" and it's subsequent movies. Born in British Columbia, Canada, he served in the Royal Canadian Artillery during World War II, and lost the middle finger on his right hand after Canadian forces stormed ashore at Juno Beach during the D-Day Normandy invasion. He appeared in a few movies in film...[Read More] (Bio by: Russ Dodge) Cremated, Other, A quarter-ounce of the ashes were launched into orbit around the Earth.
Goldsmith, Jerry b. February 10, 1929 d. July 21, 2004 Composer, Musician. He is best remembered for his numerous Oscar nominated scores for movies and television, including the theme for "Star Trek," "Star Trek: the Next Generation," "Dr. Kildare," "The Waltons," and "The Man from UNCLE." He had been nominated for 17 Academy Awards, and won one Oscar and five Emmy awards. Born in Los Angeles, California, at the age of six, he knew he wanted to study music, and became a classically trained composer and conductor, attending film composition classes...[Read More] (Bio by: Kit and Morgan Benson) Cause of death: Cancer Hillside Memorial Park, Culver City, Los Angeles County, California, USA Plot: Garden of Memories Court of Truth 2nd floor Wall FF Crypt 265
Gorshin Jr., Frank b. April 5, 1933 d. May 17, 2005 Actor. He was born in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania). Appearing in more than 100 films, he is best remembered for his portrayal of the character 'The Riddler' in the classic 1960s TV series "Batman," for which he received an Emmy Award nomination. In films, he worked in "The Proud and the Profane" (1956), "The True Story of Jesse James" (1957), "Bells Are Ringing" (1960), "That Darn Cat" (1965). His last work was the role of George Burns in the Broadway hit, "Say Goodnight, Gracie." (Bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni) Cause of death: Emphysema, Lung cancer Calvary Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA Plot: Section R, behind Soldiers Plot
Graf, Paul David b. April 16, 1950 d. April 7, 2001 Actor. He is best remembered for his role as 'Officer Eugene Tackleberry' in the "Police Academy" series of movies. Born in Lancaster, Ohio, he graduated from Lancaster High School in 1968 and attended Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio, graduating in 1972 with a major in Theater. He made an early appearance on television as an actor on the game show, "The $20,000 Pyramid" with actress Patty Duke. In the early 1980s, he began his career with a number of small roles and guest appearances...[Read More] (Bio by: Kit and Morgan Benson) Cause of death: heart attack Forest Rose Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield County, Ohio, USA
Hale, Richard b. November 16, 1892 d. May 18, 1981 Actor. Played Goro on Star Trek. Also in such TV shows as Gunsmoke, Bonanza, and Petticoat Junction, among others. Cause of death: Cardiac arrest Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea
Hunter (McKinnies), Jeffrey (Henry Herman) b. November 25, 1926 d. May 27, 1969 Actor. Jeffrey Hunter was a Hollywood mainstay spanning two decades starring or co-starring in a wide variety of movies: dramas, comedies, westerns, science fiction and war films. He was well prepared when signed to a contract by 20th Century Fox Studios making a debut with Grace Kelly in the film 'Fourteen Hours.' While at Whitefish Bay High School in Milwaukee, then known by his birth name, Henry McKinnies, Jr., he acted on Milwaukee radio station WTMJ and in productions at the North Shore...[Read More] (Bio by: Donald Greyfield) Cause of death: After brain surgery, following an accidental fall Glen Haven Memorial Park, Sylmar, Los Angeles County, California, USA Plot: Olive section, Lot 141, Grave E GPS coordinates: 34.3084793, -118.3745270 (hddd.dddd)
Jeffries Jr., Walter Matthews 'Matt' b. August 12, 1920 d. July 21, 2003 Motion Picture Art Director. He worked on the films, "Weekend Of Terror" (1970), "Escape" (1971), "The Loneliest Runner" (1976), and "Killing Stone" (1978). He also worked on the television shows, "Love, American Style" (1969 to 1974), "Little House On The Prairie" (1974-1983), and "Dallas" (1986 to 1987). In 1966 he was asked by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry to create a model of a ship for the series. He designed the 'USS Enterprise NCC-1701' and stayed with the show as an art director...[Read More] (Bio by: K) Yeocomico Episcopal Churchyard, Kinsale, Westmoreland County, Virginia, USA Plot: Urn placed within Yeocomico Episcopal Church in his parents' lot
Kelley, DeForest b. January 20, 1920 d. June 11, 1999 Actor. He is best remembered for his role of ‘Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy' on the "Star Trek" series of movies and television shows. His often quoted diagnosis, "He's dead, Jim" became an icon of the Star Trek shows. Born Jackson DeForest Kelley in Taccoa, Georgia, he was inspired to try acting during a visit to his uncle in Long Beach, California. The two-week stay became a year long, and upon returning to his parents in Atlanta, he announced that he was returning to California to become an...[Read More] (Bio by: Kit and Morgan Benson) Cause of death: Stomach cancer Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea, Ashes scattered in the Pacific Ocean
Khambatta, Persis b. October 2, 1950 d. August 18, 1998 Actress. A veteran of Indian and European films when she burst onto the American screen as the bald and exotic Lieutenant Ilia in Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) and it turned out to be her most famous role. Born in Bombay, India, Khambatta started out as a model at age 13. In 1965, she was crowned "Miss India" and afterward launched her film career. (Bio by: Kenneth McNeil) Cause of death: Heart attack Cremated, Ashes scattered Plot: Ashes deposited at the Tower of Silence, Bombay, India