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Starting with directing live television shows such as Chevron Hall of Stars and Science Fiction Theatre, he eventually moved to direct several series, including Checkmate, Route 66, The Man from U. I., Jake and the Fatman and Diagnosis Murder, among others. (7 January 1925–17 October 2017) was a cinematographer, who was originally considered by Gene Roddenberry as the director of photography on The Original Series.However, Stradling was busy working on Gunsmoke at the time, and didn't want to leave his job in favor of a new, unproven series.Vanna Marie Bonta (3 April 1958 – 8 July 2014; age 56) was a writer, actress, poet, and inventor who wrote an undeveloped story, "Somewhen", for TNG's first season.She was best known as the author of Flight: A Quantum Fiction Novel, which posits life as a multiuniverse and introduces the adventures of Aira Flight, an amnesiac girl with no navel.After several unsuccessful attempts by Roddenberry to convince Strandling, his father, legendary cinematographer Harry Strandling, Sr.came to Desilu studios with his godson, Jerry Finnerman to recommend him in the place of his son.
Bradbury is probably most well-known for his dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451, his anthologies The Martian Chronicles and The Illustrated Man, and the horror novel Something Wicked This Way Comes, which all have been made into films or television series.
 Her acting credits included an appearance in the 1982 fantasy film The Beastmaster as Zed's Queen, mother of Dar, the Beastmaster.
The Beastmaster also starred Tony Epper, Rod Loomis, Diamond Farnsworth, Vince Deadrick, Sr., Tommy J.
(The Star Trek Compendium) Chicago-born Kaufman wrote and directed many successful films during his career, including the 1978 remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, co-starring Leonard Nimoy, The Right Stuff (1983), The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988), Henry and June (1990) and Quills (2000).
As a writer, he penned films such as The Outlaw Josie Wales (1974) and Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981, co-starring John Rhys-Davies).