Leonard On Leonard: Pierce Interviews Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy announced his retirement from acting in April 2010, wrapping up a career that spanned more than 60 years and took him from playing lead roles in Clifford Odets plays to guest-starring on Fringe. Nimoy was 34 when he won the role of Mr. Spock in the original series of Star Trek—a role that defined his career for many people. But Nimoy has always been a Renaissance man. Over the last 50 years, he’s been a playwright, poet, memoirist, spoken-word performer (the famed Thalia in New York was renamed in his honor, thanks to his work with public radio’s “Selected Shorts” series), director, producer, and singer. His retirement from acting coincides with a decision to focus his attention on another lifelong passion: photography.

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(And click here for more Nimoy action via Exile friend John Mitchell’s interview in the North Adams Transcript!)

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