Mark Lenard was an American actor, primarily in television. His most famous role was as Sarek, father of the popular character Spock, in the science fiction Star Trek franchise, in both the original and animated series, as well as three films and two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. He also played a Klingon in Star Trek The Motion Picture, and a Romulan in an episode of Star Trek: The Original Series.
|Born:||Leonard Rosenson, October 15, 1924, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.|
|Died:||November 22, 1996, New York City, U.S.|
|Alma mater:||University of Michigan|
|Occupation:||Film, television actor|
|IMDb:||Mark Lenard's IMDb|
About Mark Lenard
Television actor known for his appearances in the original Star Trek series and in several Star Trek films. He also had guest spots on episodes of Hawaii Five-O, Little House on the Prairie, and The Bob Newhart Show.
After studying drama at the University of Michigan, he appeared on stage with John Gielgud in a New York production of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.
He appeared in the 1968 Clint Eastwood feature Hang 'Em High.
He was born in Chicago, Illinois to Russian-Jewish parents, and he grew up primarily in South Haven, Michigan. His marriage to Ann Amouri produced two children.
In the Star Trek series and films, he played the father of Leonard Nimoy's character.
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