- As the head writer and showrunner of Star Trek: Discovery, Paradise is tasked with finding each character’s voice and guiding their development. And while it’s always hard to pick a favorite child, does she enjoy writing for any particular character more than the others? She finds it hard to choose.
Who is the chief engineer of discovery?
Commander Paul Stamets is the U.S.S. Discovery’s science officer and chief engineer, and was the partner of the late Dr. Hugh Culber.
How many seasons of Picard are there?
ANTHONY RAPP: It actually was really interesting. For a lot of that, I was wearing those milky-white contact lenses, so I couldn’t see through them. I could see light and shadow, but no depth. Nothing.
Who is LT Nilsson?
Lt. Nilsson was played by Sara Mitich, who previously played Airiam in Season 1.
Is Paul Stamets in Star Trek named after?
The character Lieutenant Commander Paul Stamets on the CBS series Star Trek: Discovery was named after the real Stamets. The fictional version is an astromycologist and engineer aboard the USS Discovery, and is credited with discovering how to navigate a mycelial network in space using a “spore drive”.
Who is the Romulan woman in Picard?
Laris (portrayed by Orla Brady ) is a Romulan and a former member of the Tal Shiar. Laris manages Picard’s vineyard and household in France.
Is Wesley Crusher really Picard’s son?
Whether or not this was the original plan, Star Trek ultimately debunked the idea of Wesley Crusher being Picard’s son. Picard and Beverly did indeed have a past relationship: her late husband, Jack Crusher, was Picard’s former first officer and best friend on the USS Stargazer.
Is Janeway a Picard?
Kate Mulgrew happy to return to the role of Captain Janeway on Star Trek: Prodigy. And Picard isn’t the only new Star Trek show coming our way; far from it. This year will see the debut of Star Trek: Prodigy, an animated Trek show aimed at younger fans.
Why do the Klingons look different in discovery?
“Discovery’s” Klingons were hairless, with forehead ridges that went over the top of their heads and down their necks. Their noses were much wider and many of them lacked the distinctive ridges on the bridge of the nose that had come to define the Klingon look.