Bruce Greenwood Beams Up for Star Trek XI

Film, TV vet prepares to take factory-new Starship Enterprise out for a spin.

by | November 8, 2007 | Comments

Star Trek fans, meet your new Captain Christopher Pike!

The Hollywood Reporter shares the news that Bruce Greenwood has been chosen to play Pike — the character Trek fans know as the first captain of the Starship Enterprise — in the J.J. Abrams-directed Star Trek XI.

While perhaps not a household name, the 51-year-old Greenwood has compiled a long list of credits during his decades in show business, including roles on television (St. Elsewhere, Knots Landing) and in film (Thirteen Days, The Malibu Bikini Shop).

A shot from Bruce’s unforgettable appearance in Firehouse Dog. (That’s him on the right.)

Before suiting up as Captain Pike, Greenwood will be seen in I’m Not There and National Treasure: Book of Secrets.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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