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Bob Picardo

Robert Picardo

Robert Picardo is the actor best known to Star Trek fans for playing Starfleet's Emergency Medical Hologram, or simply, The Doctor, on Star Trek: Voyager.

Picardo was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 27 October 1953. He attended William Penn Charter School, graduating in 1971, after which he attended Yale University. While attending Yale, he performed in several University productions and graduated with a BA in Drama in 1975.

In 1977, he made his Broadway debut in a production of Gemini, and in 1981, made his feature film debut in the contemporary horror classic, The Howling. His other film credits include Innerspace, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Wagons East!, and more. In addition to his role on Voyager, he is also known for playing Dr. Dick Richard on China Beach, Coach Cutlip on The Wonder Years, and for his role as Agent Richard Woolsey in the Stargate television franchise.
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1915
Joseph Mell is born.
1950
Louise Stange-Wahl is born.
1951
Jim Metzler is born.
1955
Harry E. Otto is born.
1966
Second day of filming on TOS: "The Man Trap".
First script draft for TOS: "The Naked Time" is submitted.
1967
Fourth day of filming on TOS: "The Doomsday Machine".
Revised story outline submitted for the undeveloped Original Series episode "The Joy Machine" by Theodore Sturgeon.
James Cawley is born.
1973
The Thirty-Sixth UK Story Arc begins in Valiant & TV21 #91 with the first of sixteen installments.
1981
Joe Taslim is born.
1984
Then-president Ronald Reagan watches Star Trek III: The Search for Spock in the White House.
1987
Seventeenth day of filming on TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint".
1994
Visual effects model scenes of the Enterprise-D are filmed for Star Trek Generations.
1997
Fifth day of filming on VOY: "Nemesis".
CIC Video releases The Original Series volume 2.7, Deep Space Nine volume 5.8 and Voyager volume 3.8 on VHS in the UK.
1998
Sixtieth day of filming on Star Trek: Insurrection.
2000
Second day of filming on VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II".
2003
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine season 3 DVD released in Region 2.
2011
Fred Steiner dies.
2013
Richard Matheson dies.
2015
Tom Poster dies.

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