Star Trek

Few Hollywood franchises can claim the popularity and durability of "Star Trek." From the launch of the first television series in 1966, its various TV and movie incarnations have entertained millions around the world, made pop culture icons of characters like Capt. James T. Kirk, Mr. Spock and Capt. Jean-Luc Picard and turned actors such as William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and Patrick Stewart into stars.

The vitality of Gene Roddenberry's creation was proved anew in 2009 when the 11th film in the Star Trek" series earned $72.5 million in its opening weekend on the way to well over $300 million worldwide.

The film also garnered four Oscar nominations; makeup, sound editing, sound mixing and visual effects

— Warren Wolfswinkel, a copy editor at The Times, is a longtime follower of the Star Trek series

Here’s a look at the cast members who have gotten their own stars on the Walk of Fame over the years. If you do not see the person you are looking for below please search our complete list of the stars on the Walk of Fame. And, if you haven’t yet, check out The Times virtual tour of the stars.

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