All-new interview with the actor who is fondly remembered for his guest role on “Star Trek: The Next Generation.”
Video Content: Michael Aron (2012):
At a “Star Trek” convention in San Francisco, CA, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee interviews the actor about his early acting career, what he is currently doing, and how appearing in a two-part episode of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” became a highlight in his career and how he feels about the fans of the sci-fi franchise.
From Northern California, actor Michael Aron was part of an ensemble theater group, which led to numerous commercials and guest starring roles. He was in 98 episodes of the Fox daytime drama series, “Tribes,” where he played Peter Sego. Aron appeared in guest roles in such series as “Cheers,” “China Beach,” “Midnight Caller,” and “California Dreams.” His guest-starring role as young Jack London in “Time’s Arrow,” the classic two-part of episode of “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” made him a star in the “Star Trek” / sci-fi universe. He also played Ensign Till in the video game, “Star Wars: Rebel Assault II – the Hidden Empire.” In between acting roles, Aron launched a creative agency called Mojotown Creative Agency, a non profit organization called The Mojotown Project , and Mojotown Motorcycle Gear Shop, a retail motorcycle shop in San Rafael, CA.
Recorded: November 18, 2012
Host / Segment Producer: Richard R. Lee
Videographers: Aidan Rivera and J.P. Langston
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Creation Entertainment
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