I wasn't familiar with the legend about the costume -- is that the "original" Worf or TNG Worf? Sloan 06:07, 3 Dec 2005 (UTC)
- I don't think that's actually the case. Larry Nemecek's "TNG Companion" includes a short quote from Dorn, credited to an interview in Starlog magazine: "I did not wear maekup, but I took on the psychological guise of a Klingon. I walked into Paramount in character. No jokes. No laughing with the other actors. I sat by myself waiting for my interview. When my turn came, I walked in, didn't smile, did the reading, thanked them and walked right out." I think the editor who added the "costume legend" got a little too immersed in the "legend" part of the story. :) CNash 19:10, 14 Dec 2005 (UTC)
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- Dorn is the only Trek actor to have been involved in all episodes featuring the vacation planet Risa. On TNG and DS9 respectively, Dorn acted in "Captain's Holiday" and "Let He Who Is Without Sin...". On ENT, Dorn directed "Two Days and Two Nights".
- I agree- what's the point? I'm sure we could come up with numerous oblique instances of a particular actor involved in certain aspects of the Trek universe. Now, specific, clear examples, like "Jonathan Frakes was in every spin off after TNG" are one thing. However, saying someone or thing was merely "involved" with Risa sets a poor precedent.--31dot 13:43, 27 May 2008 (UTC)
I removed "ironically" from "He also had voiceover roles in Star Trek: Klingon and Star Trek: Klingon Academy, though ironically, he played different characters in those games." because it is not ironic. --Asleep.in.thered 16:37, March 29, 2010 (UTC)
Colonel Worf was switched to reflect the chronological order of the Trek productions at the time. Hollow Pursuits aired before the premiere of The Undiscovered Country.