Actors Who Were In Both Star Trek And Star Wars

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Star Trek and Star Wars are often looked upon as two sides of the same sci-fi coin, locked in a never-ending battle of philosophy versus action that will last until the end of time… or at least until the arguing nerds need a nap. In truth, both franchises probably owe their continued existence to each other. George Lucas admitted that Star Trek basically paved the way for Star Wars. And William Shatner conceded that Paramount only became interested in giving Star Trek a real shot on the big screen after Star Wars took the world by storm in 1977. Generally, fans pledge outright allegiance to one franchise over the other, but that's an idea that the following actors chose to ignore entirely. Here are a few actors who visited both a galaxy far, far away and the Alpha Quadrant...

George Takei | 0:46
Brent Spiner | 1:48
​Ethan Phillips | 2:51
Simon Pegg | 3:45
Ron Perlman | 4:43
​Ed Begley Jr. | 5:30
Jason Wingreen | 6:16
Deep Roy | 6:56
​Clancy Brown | 7:42
​Clive Revill | 8:35
Greg Grunberg | 9:40
Olivia D'Abo | 10:27
Patty Maloney | 11:23

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