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Star Trek is a television and film franchise created by Gene Roddenberry.

Related characters:

Leonard Nimoy played Spock in multiple Star Trek TV shows and he played William Bell in the TV show Fringe.

In the Fringe episode "White Tulip," Peter Weller plays the time traveller Alister Peck. Peter Weller also plays Admiral Marcus in Star Trek into Darkness.

Fringe ConnectionsEdit


  • Fringe was co-created and produced by J.J. Abrams who also produced and/or directed Star Trek (2009), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) and Star Trek Beyond (2016).
  • Fringe was co-created and produced by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman who also wrote Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness.
  • Fringe was co-produced by Bryan Burk who also produced Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness.
  • The music for 60 episodes of Fringe was composed by Michael Giacchino who also composed the music for Lost, Star Trek and Star Trek Into Darkness.


  • Leonard Nimoy played Spock in the original Star Trek TV series, the animated series and in seven Star Trek feature films. He also directed two Star Trek feature films.
  • Mark Valley co-starred on Boston Legal with several Star Trek alums including William Shatner , Rene Auberjonois and John Larroquette.
  • William Sadler appeared in three episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as Luthor Sloan.
  • Clint Howard made appearances on Star Trek the original series, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Enterprise.
  • In Howard's appearance in "The Road Not Taken" his house address is 1701. 1701 is the serial number for the starship Enterprise.
  • Howard's character also makes references to the Star Trek characters Spock, Sarek and Khan and to the Romulans and the United Federation of Planets.
  • In "Bound", David Robert Jones uses a transporter-like device to teleport from Germany to the United States. Olivia says that Jones "Star Trekked" himself.


  • The concept of an alternate universe was first popularized for TV by Jerome Bixby who wrote the Star Trek episode "Mirror, Mirror." Since that episode, more than a dozen other Star Trek episodes have featured mirror universes or the concept of the multiverse.