(written from a Production point of view)
Timothy Bond (born 19 February 1942; age 73) directed two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, "The Vengeance Factor" and "The Most Toys". Bond received Gemini Award nominations for his work on Paramount Television's Friday the 13th: The Series and the CBS series Top Cops.
Bond made his directorial debut with the 1977 science fiction film Deadly Harvest, starring "The Most Toys" performer Nehemiah Persoff as well as Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country actress Kim Cattrall. In addition, Bond has worked with a few regular Star Trek performers outside of Trek. He directed Star Trek: Deep Space Nine star Nana Visitor in a 1986 episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents entitled "Happy Birthday". More recently, Bond worked with Star Trek: The Original Series star, William Shatner, in the 1994 TV movie TekWar: TekLab, based on Shatner's TekWar novels.
His many other TV directorial credits include Touched by an Angel (working with Charles Rocket), Forever Knight, Sliders (an episode featuring Karen Austin), Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, and Mutant X. He has also directed over a dozen made-for-TV movies as well as a number of feature films. Among the latter are the 1992 science fiction adventures The Lost World and Return to the Lost World, starring John Rhys-Davies and David Warner, and the 1998 sci-fi thriller The Shadow Men, featuring Dean Stockwell and Andrew Prine. He also co-wrote the 1981 film Happy Birthday to Me, which starred TOS guest actress Sharon Acker.
Other Trek connectionsEdit
- One Night Only (1986 TV movie) featuring Helene Udy
- First Offender (1987 TV movie) starring Bernie Casey
- Hard Time on Planet Earth episode "The Way Home" (1989) featuring Roger Aaron Brown and William Sadler; written by Michael Piller
- Rapture (1993 TV movie) starring Bruce Gray
- The Outer Limits episode "Valerie 23" (1995) starring William Sadler, with casting by Mary Jo Slater
- Sweet Deception (1998 TV movie) starring Joan Collins