Set roughly a decade before the events of the original Star Trek series and separate from the timeline of the concurrent feature films , Discovery explores the Federation — Klingon war while following the crew of the USS Discovery. It premiered on September 25, The series stars Sonequa Martin-Green as Michael Burnham , a Starfleet mutineer who is given a war-time field assignment as a science specialist on the USS Discovery and the adopted sister of original series character Spock. They were joined by Jason Isaacs for the first season and Anson Mount for the second. The following list includes Star Trek: Discovery ' s main cast, as well as all guest stars deemed to have had recurring roles throughout the series, and a supplementary list of other noteworthy guests. Burnham was First Officer of the USS Shenzhou , where she was referred to as "Number One",   until she was convicted of mutiny and sentenced to life in prison.
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William Shatner Captain Kirk has had a difficult relationship with all his former co-stars from Star Trek. Most notably, he's had an on-going and public feud with George Takei. However, in , Shatner revealed that his friendship with Nimoy had ended and the two didn't communicate for five years before his death. Nimoy and Shatner's relationship goes back all the way to the s. The relationship between the two soured when Spock quickly became the most popular character on the show. The two clashed often over the fact that Shatner played the heroic captain, but Nimoy was more popular with viewers. The show ended, but their relationship didn't.
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Born on stardate Kirk was the youngest son of George Kirk and Winona Kirk. He was born in space aboard a medical shuttlecraft from the USS Kelvin , delivered just moments before his father's death. He was named after his maternal grandfather James , and his paternal grandfather Tiberius. Kirk grew up in Iowa on Earth , living with his mother and uncle Frank in or near the town of Riverside.
Pointy-eared alien star was a kinky alcoholic, says his Star Trek co-star and closest friend William Shatner. He had always enjoyed a glass or two of wine after filming, but gradually the ritual became so important that it took over his whole personality. Read more: William Shatner to write book about Leonard Nimoy. Read more: Star Trek: The Musical in the works?