- Federation Ambassador Sarek (Mark Lenard) of Vulcan has arrived on board the Enterprise with his human wife, Perrin (Joanna Miles). His mission is to attend a conference to lay the foundation for trade relations between the Federation and an alien race called the Legarans, after which time he will retire due to old age.
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Sarek. (Portrayed by Mark Lenard, Jonathan Simpson, and James Frain ). A legendary Vulcan ambassador for the Federation born in Terran year 2164 to Skon and grandfather Solkar, Sarek was married at least three times over an illustrious career that was being studied in school well before his death at age 202. Sarek's accomplishments were many ...
Sarek /ˈsærɛk/ is a fictional character in the Star Trek media franchise. He is a Vulcan astrophysicist, the Vulcan ambassador to the United Federation of Planets, and father of Spock. The character was originally played by Mark Lenard in the episode "Journey to Babel" in 1967. Lenard later voiced Sarek in the animated series, and appeared in Star Trek films and the series Star Trek: The Next Generation. Actor Jonathan Simpson played a younger Sarek in a brief scene in Star Trek V: The ...
May 12, 1990 · Data gets an entourage member to confirm a medical theory: Sarek is affected by the rare Bendii Syndrome, which causes old Vulcans to lose their most-prized emotional self-control, and telepathically spreads the epidemic.
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Oct 23, 2017 · Despite the Vulcan preference for logic over emotion, Sarek is overcome with shame. Read More: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Anthony Rapp On Why It Was ‘A Blast’ To Drop ‘Trek’s’ First ...
Only Sarek and his Vulcan scientists are unaffected by the change, and so he elects to return to the past and replace Surak, allowing the timeline to be restored. Michael Piller was not happy with this script as he wanted the episode to be more centered on The Next Generation cast; as such, Sarek and the Guardian were dropped from the story.