Posts about Alexander Siddig
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Tawny Newsome interviewed on Syfy Sistas - really interesting viewpoints on how Black fans might see Trek differently, as well as comparing and contrasting how Star Trek and Star Wars confront racist fans. Not to mention a really cool backstage story about Alexander Siddig!
Alexander Siddig probably has the best post Trek career of any of the crew. I was watching him in the Kingdom of Heaven and remembered he also had supporting roles in Vertical Limits, Reign of Fire, Syriana and a sizable role in season 5 of Game of Thrones. Not too shabby, he didnt get typeast.