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    Gene Roddenberry was born on August 19, 1921, in his parents' rented home in El Paso, Texas, the first child of Eugene Edward Roddenberry and Caroline "Glen" (née Golemon) Roddenberry. The family moved to Los Angeles in 1923 after Gene's father passed the Civil Service test and was given a police commission there.

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  2. Gene Roddenberry - IMDb › name › nm0734472

    Gene Roddenberry, Writer: Star Trek. While in junior high school he became interested in science fiction and years later while reading a copy of 'Astounding Stories' when he was working as an airline pilot he decided to give it up and become a writer. He moved West and joined the Los Angeles police force to gain experience that would help him toward a writing carer in Hollywod. He ...

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    • October 24, 1991
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  3. Gene Roddenberry - Biography - IMDb › name › nm0734472

    Father of actress Dawn Roddenberry and Darleen Anita Roddenberry who died on October 29, 1995 in an automobile accident. Father, with Majel Barrett, of Rod Roddenberry. While meeting with George Takei about a role on Star Trek: The Original Series (1966), Gene accidentally pronounced George's last name "Ta-kei", which is similar to the word ...

  4. Gene Roddenberry | Biography, Star Trek, & Facts | Britannica › biography › Gene-Roddenberry

    Gene Roddenberry, American writer and television and film producer who created and served as executive producer of the popular science-fiction television series Star Trek (1966–69), which spawned other TV series and a string of motion pictures. Learn more about Roddenberry’s life and career.

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    "I believe in humanity. We are an incredible species. We're still just a child creature, we're still being nasty to each other. And all children go through those phases. We're growing up, we're moving into adolescence now. When we grow up – man, we're going to be something!" 1. - Eugene Wesley Roddenberry, Hollywood Blvd. "Star" ceremony acceptance speech, 9/4/85 (as cited by Susan Sackett, used with permission)• more Roddenberry quotes

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    Roddenberry was born in El Paso, on 19 August 1921 to Caroline Glen Roddenberry and Eugene Edward Roddenberry (28 August 1896 – 4 December 1969; age 73), and spent his childhood in the city of Los Angeles. His father was a World War I veteran and a police officer, whom he described as a "bigoted Texan". (Inside Star Trek: The Real Story, 1997, p 14) Still, he had a begrudging respect for his father who, self-taught and stemming from a dirt poor background, possessed a keen intellect and an un...


    Roddenberry arrived in Hollywood only to find television industry still in its infancy, with few openings for inexperienced writers. He joined the Los Angeles Police Department. While working his way up the LAPD ranks, he wrote his first script in 1951. Later he sold scripts to shows such as Goodyear Theater, The Kaiser Aluminum Hour, Four Star Theater, Dragnet, The Jane Wyman Theater, and Naked City. Established as a writer, Sergeant Roddenberry turned in his badge and became a full-time wri...

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    1. See also: TOS: Behind the scenes When The Lieutenant ended, Roddenberry began planning for his next series, a science fiction-adventure show entitled Star Trek. He wrote his series proposal, Star Trek is..., in March 1964. Initially proposed for MGM, the studio, although initially enthusiastic, refused to buy it. (The Star Trek Compendium, p. 10) Finally Roddenberry sold his by now dubbed "Wagon Train To The Stars"-pitch idea to Oscar Katz and Herb Solow of Desilu in early April 1964. The...

    Roddenberry served as a member of the Writers Guild Executive Council and as a Governor of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He held three honorary doctorate degrees: Doctor of Humane Letters from Emerson College (1977), Doctor of Literature from Union College in Los Angeles, and Doctor of Science from Clarkson Universityin Potsdam, New York (1981). In 1985, Roddenberry became the very first television production staffer to be honored with his own star on the famed "Hollywood Walk of Fame". (Star Trek and American Television, p. 35) The legacy of Star Trek, as created by Gene Roddenberry, continues to grow as the newest series, Star Trek: Lower Decks, has joined Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Picard. The Next Generation evolved into a feature film series, debuting in 1994 with Star Trek Generations and closing in 2002 with Star Trek Nemesis. A new, alternate reality was created with the newest ins...

    Gene Roddenberry had a second cousin twice removed named Mary Sue Roddenberry. Ironically, and probably by sheer coincidence, the widespread fan fiction term "Mary Sue", which is used to describe overly perfect original female characters, has its origins in the person of Lt. Mary Sue, a character in the satirical 1974 short Star Trekstory by Paula Smith called "A Trekkie's Tale". Roddenberry gave his middle name to one of the characters of Star Trek: The Next Generation – Wesley Crusher. (Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion (1st ed., p. 14)) His middle name was also used as the last name of the TOS character Robert Wesley, which was also a pseudonym Roddenberry used in his early writing career. (Star Trek Encyclopedia (1st ed., p. 374)) In addition, after his death, the creators of Voyager used Roddenberry's full first name as the middle name of reformed renegade officer Thomas Eugene Paris. (Star Trek Encyclopedia(3rd ed., p. 348)) In "The Big Goodbye", an illustration of Gene...

    Roddenberry receives a "Created by" credit on episodes of The Original Series and The Next Generation. In addition he is credited on all episodes of Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and Discovery, all the movies, and many Star Trek computer games such as the Elite Force series and Star Trek: Bridge Commander, via the phrase "Based upon Star Trek, created by Gene Roddenberry". The first two Next Generation episodes aired after his death, "Unification I" and "Unification II" begin with the title card "Gene Roddenberry 1921 – 1991". Also, the film The Undiscovered Country begins with the credit, "For Gene Roddenberry". The credits for Star Trek end with "In memory of Gene Roddenberry and Majel Barrett Roddenberry". Several other Trek related products, including the video game Star Trek: 25th Anniversaryinclude special thanks credits in honor of Roddenberry. Roddenberry also receives credit for writing lyrics to the Original Series main title theme, although these lyrics were never...

    During his career Gene Roddenberry received the following awards and nominations for his work on Star trek,

    Interviews of Roddenberry were part of the following specials: 1. The Star Trek Saga: From One Generation To The Next, interviewed on 20 September 1988 2. TNG Season 1 DVDspecial feature "The Beginning" 3. TNG Season 1 DVD special feature "Memorable Missions" 4. TNG Season 2 DVD special feature "Mission Overview Year Two" ("Diana Muldaur", "Whoopi Goldberg"), footage taken from The Star Trek Saga... 5. TNG Season 2 DVD special feature "Selected Crew Analysis Year Two", footage taken from The Star Trek Saga... 6. TNG Season 4 DVD special feature "Mission Overview Year Four" ("Celebrating 100 Episodes"), interviewed by Entertainment Tonight in 1991 7. TNG Season 5 DVD special feature "A Tribute to Gene Roddenberry" ("Gene Roddenberry Building Dedicated to Star Trek's Creator", "Gene's Final Voyage"), interviewed on 6 June 1991 and footage taken from The Star Trek Saga... 8. To Boldly Go 9. "Gene Roddenberry – The Creator of Star Trek: The Next Generation", The Official Star Trek: The...

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  7. Gene Roddenberry filmography - Wikipedia › wiki › Gene_Roddenberry_filmography

    Gene Roddenberry filmography. Eugene Wesley "Gene" Roddenberry (August 19, 1921 – October 24, 1991) was an American screenwriter and producer of several television series, best known for his work in creating the Star Trek franchise. He began a writing career while he was a Sergeant in the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and his first ...

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  8. ‘Star Trek’ Actress Says She Slept With Gene Roddenberry ... › entertainment › star-trek

    Feb 09, 2021 · Gene Roddenberry was also romantically linked to Majel Barrett, the actress who played “Number One” in the original, unaired Star Trek pilot episode, and later played Nurse Christine Chapel ...

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  9. Star Trek: How Creator Gene Roddenberry Lost Control Of His ... › star-trek-gene-roddenberry-lost

    Sep 24, 2019 · Gene Roddenberry died in 1991, the 25th anniversary of Star Trek, and arguably the peak of the franchise's popularity. He was again almost universally acknowledged as a visionary upon his death, a man whose worth transcended that of the average television show writer.

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