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Actor William Shatner on his new book, Star Trek and his travel to space

The actor who played Captain Kirk made history and boldly went where few men have gone before.

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He is best known for his contributions to the Star Trek franchise, our guest is famous film and television actor, musician, and author William Shatner.

He discusses his new book, Boldly Go: Reflections on a Life of Awe and Wonder, which features a collection of essays detailing reflections from his life, his views on the interconnectivity of life, and his trip to space last year where he became the oldest space traveler ever.

 

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William Shatner

  • Award-winning Actor, Director, Producer & Musician
  • New York Times Best Selling Author

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