Ruck On 'Star Trek: Of Gods And Men'By T'Bonz
December 17, 2007 - 11:45 PM
The personality of Captain Harriman has changed one-hundred and eighty degrees in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, says Alan Ruck.
As reported at Trekweb, the former captain of the Enterprise-B in Star Trek: Generations will return in Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, the first part of which will be available on December 22.
"The personalities of Chekov and my character, Harriman, have changed 180 degrees," said Ruck. "The whole world is upside down. How would Checkov have turned out if the world had been a different place? It's a great 'what if' story. And it was fun for me to revisit the character of Harriman."
Ruck, perhaps best known amongst non-Star Trek fans as Cameron Frye in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, enjoyed working with actor/director Tim Russ. "We had a great time," said Ruck. "He's a wonderful actor and he was great as Tuvok."
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