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Montgomery Comic Book Signing

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015


Fans of Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Anthony Montgomery will be interested to hear that the actor will be holding a comic book signing.

Montgomery will be signing his Miles Away graphic comic book.


Miles Away Glyph Award Nominations

Monday, April 21st, 2014


Miles Away, the comic created by Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Anthony Montgomery, has been nominated for two Glyph Awards.

The Glyph Comic Awards “recognize the best in comics made either by, for, or about Black people. ECBACC (The East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention) celebrates the accomplishments that Black artists and writers have made in the comic book industry.”


Montgomery’s Chariot On DVD

Monday, November 18th, 2013


Anthony Montgomery fans waiting for the release of his latest film, Chariot, can purchase a DVD of the movie beginning tomorrow.

In Chariot, “seven strangers wake aboard a passenger jet in mid-flight and find themselves unwitting participants in a government evacuation program. As a seemingly devastating attack unfolds on the U.S. homeland, the passengers learn they have been chosen to be saved because of their unique skills and/or political connections. But from the beginning, the plan appears to be ill-conceived and for those aboard things quickly go from bad to worse.”


Montgomery’s Miles Away

Friday, November 30th, 2012

Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Anthony Montgomery‘s Miles Away comic is now available for pre-order.

In Miles Away, shy teenager Maxwell Miles is an orphan with super photographic reflexes. After encountering alien refugees, Miles becomes involved in an interstellar war was turns out to be “connected to his family’s dark past.”


Montgomery Seeks Chariot Funding

Monday, November 12th, 2012

Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Anthony Montgomery is reaching out to his Trek fanbase in hopes of getting funding for an independent film, Chariot.

Chariot is the story of seven strangers who wake up on a plane in flight and have no idea how they got there or where they’re going. “What they learn about their fate – and that of the world below – will force each of them to confront their respective greatest fears.”


Montgomery Graphic Novel To Debut At WonderCon

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Anthony Montgomery (Travis Mayweather) will pre-launch his graphic novel concept Miles Away at WonderCon in Anaheim this weekend.

The sci-fi themed graphic novel features Max, a sixteen-year-old African-American superhero with super powers.


The Versatile Anthony Montgomery

Friday, August 19th, 2011

Anthony Montgomery, best-known to Star Trek: Enterprise fans as Travis Mayweather; acts, sings and has written a graphic novel.

Star Trek: Enterprise was not only regular work for Montgomery, but it made him more visible in Hollywood. “It was a great time! That was obviously my real big break,” he said. “Because of the legacy that the Star Trek franchise has, it changed everything for me; it completely changed the game for me.”


Montgomery: We Did Our Best

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011

Fans were split when it came to Star Trek: Enterprise; some liked it and some did not, but as far as Anthony Montgomery was concerned, all that the actors on a show can do is to do their best work and not worry about what people say.

“As the actors, we take the scripts and we bring them to life to the absolute best of our abilities, and we leave it there,” said Montgomery.


Montgomery: Enterprise Ended Too Soon

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Star Trek: Enterprise ended too soon for Anthony Montgomery, so fans never got to learn more about Travis Mayweather.

Like many of the actors on Enterprise, Montgomery was sad to see the series end, feeling that the show and his character had more potential that had not been explored.


Single Ladies Series A Go

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Star Trek: Enterprise‘s Anthony Montgomery will be seen next summer in Single Ladies, a new series produced by Queen Latifah, which will air on VH1.

Production on the eight hour-long episodes will begin at the end of this year. The movie, filmed this summer, and the episodes will air in July 2011.


Article: Las Vegas Star Trek Convention Day 4

Friday, August 13th, 2010

The final day of Creation’s Las Vegas Star Trek convention saw the reunion of six Star Trek: Enterprise actors as well as some clowning around from Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Sir Patrick Stewart (Captain Picard) and Brent Spiner (Data).


Creation Hopes To Break Guiness World Record At Vegas Convention This Week

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

In addition to hosting over seventy Star Trek celebs at their annual Las Vegas Star Trek Convention, running this week from Thursday through Sunday at the Las Vegas Hilton, Creation Entertainment is gunning for the Guiness World Record for the “largest gathering of people dressed as Star Trek characters.”


Montgomery In New VH1 Movie

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Anthony Montgomery, best-known to Star Trek: Enterprise fans for his role of Ensign Travis Mayweather in that series, will soon be seen in Single Ladies, a new Queen Latifah-produced made-for-television movie.

Montgomery will be playing Darryl Jenkins, a successful businessman and a loving husband who adores his wife and fights to make their marriage work.


Shatner And Nimoy To Appear at DragonCon

Monday, August 24th, 2009

Next month’s DragonCon will feature seven Star Trek actors, including William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy.

Dragon*Con runs from Friday, September 4-Monday, September 7 and the TrekTrak programming includes three Star Trek Captains. In addition to Shatner, Patrick Stewart (Picard) and Kate Mulgrew (Janeway) are scheduled to appear.

The other Star Trek actors  are: Garrett Wang (Kim,) John Billingsley (Phlox,) Anthony Montgomery (Mayweather) and Leonard Nimoy (Spock.)


Montgomery on Star Trek: Enterprise

Saturday, February 21st, 2009

While he keeps a diplomatic silence on the unpopular finale to Star Trek: Enterprise, (These Are the Voyages,) Star Trek : Enterprise’s Anthony Montgomery believes that Star Trek: Enterprise would make a good motion picture.

As reported by Trekweb, Montgomery enjoyed his time on the most recent Star Trek television series. “I’m honored to be a part of the Star Trek franchise and to be attached to such an amazing tradition in cinema,” he said. “The optimistic outlook of Gene Roddenberry’s original vision is something that will stand the test of time. I’m proud to be a member of the Star Trek family. I treasure the relationships that I have with all of my former cast mates and the fact that I now have loyal fans all around the world.” (more…)