Jun 30, 2021
By Andy Johnson
He boldly went where no man has gone before as James T. Kirk, commander of the USS Enterprise, during his original Star Trek years in the 1960s.
Now, Canadian acting legend William Shatner tells of loneliness during those Star Trek years, saying he wishes he’d known then that fame and success do not prevent loneliness.
The Montreal-born actor is planning to release another album. It’s called “Love, Death and Horses.” He says it’s autobiographical and one of the songs is about loneliness and how much loneliness was a part of his life.
The album comes out late this summer.
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