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  1. Brent Spiner - Wikipedia

    Brent Jay Spiner was born on February 2, 1949, in Houston, Texas, to Sylvia (née Schwartz) and Jack Spiner, a Jewish family, who owned a furniture store. At age 29, Jack Spiner died of kidney failure when Brent was ten months old.

  2. Brent Spiner - IMDb

    Brent Spiner, whose primary claim to fame is his portrayal of the beloved android Data on the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987), was born and raised in Houston, Texas.

  3. Brent Spiner - Biography - IMDb

    Brent Spiner, whose primary claim to fame is his portrayal of the beloved android Data on the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987), was born and raised in Houston, Texas.

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  4. @BrentSpiner | Twitter

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  5. Brent Spiner Bio, Affair, Married, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity ...

    Jun 14, 2020 · American Brent Spiner is an award-winning actor and voice artist. Brent is renown as Data for the movie, 1994- Star Trek Generation. Next, in 2020, he will be appearing as Data in TV series, Star Trek: Picard. Currently, he is busy filming the series.

  6. Brent Spiner | Memory Alpha | Fandom
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    Spiner was born in Houston, Texas in 1949. His father, Jack Spiner, died of kidney failure at the age of 29, when Brent was only ten months old. His mother, Sylvia, married again when Brent was about six years old. Brent and his elder brother, Ronald, were adopted and raised by their stepfather, Sol Mintz, but Brent changed his surname back to 'Spiner' in 1975. He first obtained an interest in acting while attending Bellaire High School. He went on to graduate from Trinity College, but he nev...

    Spiner's first television work was a brief, uncredited role in the 1970 TV movie My Sweet Charlie. His next TV appearance would not come until 1978, when he became a cast member in the mini-series The Dain Curse. His future TNG co-star, Jean Simmons (Admiral Norah Satie in \\"The Drumhead\\") also starred in this series.His first feature film appearance was a brief one in Woody Allen's 1980 comedy Stardust Memories. Also making his film debut in this film was future Star Trek: Deep Space Nine sta...

    Spiner's off-Broadway credits have included Leave It to Beaver Is Dead and the aforementioned The Seagull by Anton Chekhov. He has also starred in a number of Broadway stage productions, beginning with A History of the American Film in 1978. From 2 May 1984 through 13 October 1985, Spiner appeared in the original Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award-winning musical Sunday in the Park with George, in which he played two roles – Dennis the technician and Franz the servant. Harry...

    In a rather unexpected turn of events, in 1991, Spiner released an album of 1930s and 1940s pop standards called Ol' Yellow Eyes Is Back (the \\"Yellow Eyes\\" referring to the eye color that Data and most Soong-type Androids possess). Notably, the back-up vocals in the song \\"It's a Sin (to Tell a Lie)\\" were performed by \\"The Sunspots,\\" aka his fellow TNG cast-members LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Jonathan Frakes, and Patrick Stewart. Wendy Neuss and Dennis McCarthy co-produced this album. This alb...

  7. Brent Spiner on the Worst Performer on ‘Star Trek: The Next ...

    Jan 26, 2021 · Brent Spiner is an actor who famously played Data on Star Trek: The Next Generation. In a video interview, Spiner revealed something from his time on set that surprised many TNG fans. On camera,...

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  8. Brent Spiner on Star Trek & whether there should be a The ...

    Feb 16, 2021 · Brent Spiner has been a fixture in the Star Trek universe for decades, ever since he joined the crew of the Enterprise-D as Lieutenant Commander Data in stardate 41000 (or 2364 in Earth years; or 1987, if you're going by when Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered in our reality).

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