Lawrence Montaigne

Lawrence MontaigneLawrence Montaigne (’84, ’85 M.A.), 86, died March 17 in Henderson, Nev. He worked as an associate professor of film at UNT in the 1980s. He spent the majority of his life working as an actor, dancer and stuntman. He appeared in such movies as The Great Escape and Escape to Witch Mountain and is best known for his appearances on the original Star Trek TV series – including roles as the first Romulan on the show in the “Balance of Terror” episode and as a Vulcan in the “Amok Time” episode and the “Of Gods and Men” mini-series. He wrote for Walt Disney Productions and penned his own autobiography, A Vulcan Odyssey. He also served in the U.S. Marine Corps.

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