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(written from a Production point of view)
He is the husband of singer/comedienne Carole Cook, a close friend and protege of Lucille Ball. He co-wrote (with Don Eitner) and starred in Sofi (1968), the stage and film adaptations of Nikolai Gogol's Diary of a Madman.
Other Trek connectionsEdit
Additional projects in which Troupe appeared with other Star Trek performers include:
- The Big Fisherman (1959, with Phillip Pine, Rhodes Reason, and Leonard Mudie)
- The Devil's Brigade (1968, with Andrew Prine and Jean-Paul Vignon)
- Che! (1969, with Sid Haig, Perry Lopez, and Abraham Sofaer)
- Kelly's Heroes (1970, with Perry Lopez, Phil Adams and David Hurst)
- Making it (1971, with John Fiedler and Lawrence Pressman)
- PSI Factor (1980, with Don Eitner and Peter Mark Richman)
- Summer School (1987, with Kirstie Alley, Jack Blessing, Conroy Gedeon, Carlos LaCamara and Ken Olandt)
- My Own Private Idaho (1991, based on William Shakespeare's Henry IV, with Mickey Cottrell)
Television guest appearancesEdit
- The Fugitive (1964, with Bernard Kates)
- The Young Rebels (1970, with John Colicos and Alex Henteloff)
- Griff (1973, with Vic Tayback)
- Lucas Tanner (1974, with Nancy Malone)
- Planet of the Apes (1974, with Mark Lenard, Joseph Ruskin, Gary Combs, Booth Colman, Ron Stein and Percy Rodriguez)
- CHiPs (1979, with Michael Dorn, Robert Pine and Mary Crosby)
- Cheers (1987, with Kirstie Alley, Bebe Neuwirth and Kelsey Grammer)
- Frasier (1995, with Kelsey Grammer)