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Rom & Nog
Max Grodénchik and Aron Eisenberg performing on stage as their characters, Rom and Nog.

Interview: Max Grodénchik & Aron Eisenberg (Star Trek: DS9) on Sidewalks TV (2013 Video)

They are known as Rom and Nog from the classic series, “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” Meet the actors (without makeup) in an exclusive interview. 

Video Content: Max Grodénchik & Aron Eisenberg (2013):
At a “Star Trek” convention presented by Creation Entertainment, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee and recording artist Serena Toxicat interview the actors about their classic “Deep Space Nine” roles as father and son Ferengis and performing their characters again on stage. [HD]

Aron Eisenberg

Actor Aron Eisenberg (middle) out of makeup as Nog with SIDEWALKS guest correspondent Serena Toxicat and host Richard R. Lee

Born in New York City, actor Max Grodénchik first appeared in the “Star Trek” universe as different characters, Par Lenor and Sovak, in episodes of “The Next Generation,” before co-starring in “Deep Space Nine” in his famous role as Rom. An actor since the early 80’s, Grodénchik appeared in “thirtysomething,” “Night Court,” “Ann Jillian,” “Civil Wars,” “Sister Act,” “10-8: Officers on Duty,” “Crossing Jordan,” “Six Feet Under,” “Hustle,” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.” some of his films role include “The Rocketeer,” “Apollo 13,” “Rumpelstiltskin,” “Sister Act,” “The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle,” and “Bruce Almighty.”

Born in Hollywood CA, actor Aron Eisenberg is known for playing the recurring character Nog on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” In the “Star Trek” world, he also played Kar, a Kazon, in an episode of “Voyager.” He has appeared in “The Secret World Of Alex Mack,” ”Parker Lewis Can’t Lose,” “The Wonder Years,” and “Brotherly Love.” Aside from acting, Eisenberg is a professional photographer.

Interview Credits:
Recorded: November 9, 2013
Hosts/Segment Producers: Richard R. Lee and Serena Toxicat
Videographer: Sujoy K. Sarkar
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Creation Entertainment, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, CBS Studios, Inc.
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