Aron Eisenberg

Aron Eisenberg

Birth
Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Death 21 Sep 2019 (aged 50)
Burial Burial Details Unknown
Memorial ID 203206407 · View Source
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Actor and Producer. A stage and screen actor, he was best known for playing the role of the Ferengi Nog on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” He began his television career with a guest appearance on the 1988 series “Straight Up” which starred Louis Gossett, Jr. He guest starred in other series, such as “The Wonder Years, “Tales from the Crypt,” “Parker Lewis Can’t Lose,” and an episode of “Star Trek: Voyager” before landing the role of Nog on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” From 1993 to 1999, he portrayed the young Ferengi, the son of the inept Rom and the nephew of the avaricious bar owner Quark. He developed an unlikely friendship with the son of the station commander and would later become the first Ferengi to be admitted into Star Fleet Academy. He reprised the role for the multiplayer role-playing online game “Star Trek Online,” and recently appeared in the documentary “What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” His film career included “The Horror Show” (1989), “Beverly Hills Brats” (1989), “The Liars Club” (1993), and his most recent film, “7 Days to Vegas” (2017). He appeared in multiple stage productions, such as “The Indian Wants the Bronx;” “On Borrowed Time;” and “Minor Demons,” which garnered him an Arizona Zony Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also directed the stage production “The Business of Murder” at the Conejo Players Theater. He appeared frequently at “Star Trek” conventions and had recently started the pod cast “The 7th Rule” with Cirroc Lofton, the actor who portrayed his best friend, Jake Sisco, on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” As a two-time kidney recipient, he was an avid supporter of organ donation. He was born with only one kidney and received his first transplant at the age of seventeen. In a quote on his website, he states, “my life has been the embodiment of the 62nd Ferengi Rule of Acquisition: the riskier the road, the greater the profit.”

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