Robert Duncan McNeill, the first prominent representative from the Star Trek universe, joins the FedCon 28 guest list. The American actor crossed the Delta Quadrant as a Starfleet officer Lieutenant Tom Paris on the USS Voyager for seven years.
Robert grew up in Atlanta (the capital of Georgia) and began his acting career in local and regional productions before he moved to New York City after high school to become a professional actor. He quickly got hold of roles in various series and in 1987 also appeared in the feature film Masters of the Universe.
McNeill had his first Star Trek contact in 1992 with his role as Nicholas “Nick” Locarno in Star Trek: The Next Generation. By the way, this character has many parallels to his later role as Tom Paris. This was followed by various appearances in well-known series such as Quantum Leep, Murder, She Wrote or The Outer Limits.
More and more Robert concentrated on his engagement as a director and producer. He directed several episodes of Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Enterprise, V, Warehouse 13 and most recently The Orville.
You can be sure that Robert Duncan McNeill has a lot of interesting stories to tell at FedCon 31. Get your ticket now at the Ticket-Shop and don’t miss it.