That legend would be me.” At school, Lola makes friends with an unpopular girl, Ella Gerard (Alison Pill), who shares her love for the rock band Sidarthur.Lola idolizes the band’s lead singer Stu Wolff (Adam Garcia).Her son said his mother would have liked to be remembered more as a successful survivor of addiction than for her 'Star Trek' fame.She dedicated the last 35 years of her life helping people with addiction problems, some of whom she met at 'Star Trek' conventions, he said.She also meets Sam (Eli Marienthal), a cute boy who takes a liking to her, and makes enemies with Carla Santini (Megan Fox), the most popular girl in school.When Lola auditions for the school play, a modernized musical version of Pygmalion called “Eliza Rocks”, she is chosen over Carla to play Eliza, and Carla promises to make her life miserable.
His first appearance in the show was in the 1990 episode of the show, Reunion. But Nimoy's ambivalence to the role was reflected in the titles of his two autobiographies, 'I Am Not Spock' (1975) and 'I Am Spock' (1995).
Steuer went on to star in the ABC sitcom Grace Under Fire, created by Big Bang Theory's Chuck Lorre, alongside Brett Butler. His half-human, half-Vulcan character was the calm counterpoint to William Shatner's often-emotional Captain Kirk on one of television and film's most revered cult series.
In the show he played Quentin Kelly, the eldest son of lead character Grace Kelly. Two seasons later, the show was canceled, with the final years being plagued by Butler's substance abuse problems. Outside of his life in Star Trek, Nimoy had a number of stage, TV and film cretidits, including Mission: Impossible.
Of his time on the show, Marshall once said he was grateful to get a role when there were so few available for African-American actors.
He told Star Trek.com: 'There weren't that many jobs, guest starring jobs, for African-Americans or any minorities, really.'I was very grateful to get the opportunities I got, and it made me work very hard on each part, to make sure that whatever I was doing was right and that the characters I played were very strong people.'I tried to bring out the best in the person I played.' Lawrence Montaigne, who played a Romulan and later a Vulcan on episodes of the original Star Trek, died aged 86 in March 2017.