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  Walter Koenig - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walter Marvin Koenig (born September 14, 1936 in Chicago, Illinois) is an actor.
Walter Koenig has taught classes in acting and directing at UCLA, The Sherwood Oaks Experiment Film College and the California School of Professional Psychology.
Danielle Koenig, one of the writers for Invader Zim, is his daughter.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Walter_Koenig   (382 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Walter Koenig
Walter Koenig — actor, director, screenwriter, novelist, acting professor, and comic book creator — was born in Manhattan in 1936 to Lithuanian Russian Jewish parents.
Walter spent his first two years of college at Grinnell College in Iowa as a pre-med major, while at the same time his father and brother, he moved to the West Coast and completed his education at UCLA.
Walter has been married two years, and his wife, Judy Levitt, is an accomplished actress in her own right.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Walter-Koenig   (1266 words)

  
 walterkoenig.page
Walter has performed in the television movies "Anthony and Cleopatra" (Pompey) opposite Timothy Dalton and Lynn Redgrave as well as the Mow's "Goodbye Raggedy Anne" and "The Questor Tapes".
Walter Koenig has taught classes in acting and directing privately and at UCLA, The Sherwood Oaks Experimental Film College and at the California School of Professional Psychology.
Koenig wrote and performed entitled "You're Never Alone When You're A Shizophrenic" was a finalist in the 1996 New York Film Festival awards.
www.geocities.com /heartbreakcafetvshow/walterkoenig.html   (335 words)

  
 In the Limelight: Walter Koenig: Avoiding a Life of Crime…
Walter Koenig is known to millions as Pavel Chekov from the original Star Trek television series and seven of its subsequent feature films.
Koenig began "as early as 1941 or 1942, when I was five or six years old," he says.
Koenig says his celebrity may have helped him in his searches for rare collectibles, but not distinctly so.
scoop.diamondgalleries.com /scoop_article.asp?ai=1110&si=127   (1239 words)

  
 CBC Arts: 'Star Trek' cast member to appear in fan film
Koenig admits that in the past he has "been known to weep and moan and carry on about how the character was never fully developed."
Koenig is quick to point out that the New Voyages team has drafted D.C. Fontana, who was a writer on Star Trek, to pen the script for the upcoming episode in which he will appear.
Koenig says he is willing to risk looking desperate for one last chance to inhabit the role that made him semi-famous.
www.cbc.ca /story/arts/national/2005/05/27/Arts/koenig050527.html?ref=rss   (1045 words)

  
 Walter Koenig
Walter Koenig's parents were both Russian, but he grew up in Manhattan.
The character was "Ensign Jones" when Koenig auditioned, and was supposed to be British -- an attempt to appeal to "the bubble-gum audience" that was, at the time, wild for Ringo Starr and Davy Jones.
Koenig also wrote an episode of the Kristy McNichol drama, Family, the novel Buck Alice and the Actor-Robot, and an autobiography, Warped Factors.
www.nndb.com /people/626/000022560   (438 words)

  
 Walter Koenig @ Filmbug
Walter Koenig - actor, director, screenwriter, novelist, acting professor, and comic book creator - was born in Manhattan in 1936 to Lithuanian Russian Jewish parents.
Bitten by the acting bug early in his youth, Koenig studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York where he worked with fellow students James Caan, Elizabeth Ashley, and Dabney Coleman.
Koenig and his wife Judy Levitt have two children and live in Los Angeles.
www.filmbug.com /db/31520   (399 words)

  
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W Koenig: Although I wouldn't rule out anything, since you should never say 'never', I think it's highly unlikely that I'll be invited to reprise the role.
W Koenig: :::putting on tap shoes, for the fancy dance::: W Koenig: I really don't have a lot to say about Bill, except that there was a nice moment or two for Chekov and his 'keptin' in the film -- which may or may not have hit the cutting room floor.
W Koenig: Although that's an interesting premise and I've seen a lot of fan fiction on that very topic, I personally don't have any plans to continue Chekov's character in the literary sense.
www.midwinter.com /b5/America-Online/koenig.txt   (2040 words)

  
 Walter Koenig Web Page At MyStarLinks.com
Walter Koenig has had a recurring role of the quintessential bad guy "Bester" on the television series "Babylon 5" (1994).
Koenig filmed a guest appearance as himself on the CBS situation comedy "Almost Perfect" (1995), did sketch comedy on the Comedy Central series "Viva Variety" (1996) and performed on an ESPN sports commercial that aired in the Spring of '98.
Koenig performed as the "Shadow Guy" in an episode of "Diagnosis Murder" (1993) and went to New York to perform in a new radio broadcast version of War of the Worlds in tribute to both H.G. Wells and Orson Welles.
www.mystarlinks.com /stars/walterkoenig.php   (1260 words)

  
 Starfest 2003 Walter Koenig
Koenig returns to Starfest for his fourth time in the last 26 years – actually it’s the fifth time if you count our Australian Conventions.
Koenig filmed a guest appearance as himself on the CBS situation comedy Almost Perfect, did sketch comedy on Viva Variety and performed on an ESPN sports commercial.
Walter Koenig has taught classes in acting and directing at UCLA, The Sherwood Oaks Experimental Film College, the California School of Professional Psychology and the Actor's Alley Repertory Company.
www.starland.com /sf-sc/sf03/Koenig_Walter.html   (400 words)

  
 Press Release: #1 - Guest Star Announcement - www.ezboard.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Koenig also did sketch comedy on the Comedy Central series "Viva Variety" and, at the other end of the spectrum, reprised the character of Chekov in the Viacom CD ROM “Starfleet Academy”.
Walter Koenig’s autobiography, "Warped Factors - A Neurotic's Guide To The Universe” was released to warm critical reception in April 1998.
Koenig performed as the "Shadow Guy" in an episode of "Diagnosis Murder" and went to New York to perform in a new radio broadcast version of "War of the Worlds" in tribute to both H.G. Welles and Orson Welles.
p087.ezboard.com /fcowcreekfilmsfrm59.showMessage?topicID=6.topic   (2028 words)

  
 Dragon*Con Biography: [Walter Koenig]
Koenig reprised the character of the Russian navigator in the first seven Star Trek films and in 1988 took the leading role in the video feature Moontrap.
Koenig has had the recurring role of the quintessential bad guy Bester on the television series Babylon 5.
Koenig filmed a guest appearance as himself on the CBS situation comedy Almost Perfect, did sketch comedy on the Comedy Central series Viva Variety, and performed on an ESPN sports commercial that aired in 1998.
www.dragoncon.org /people/koenigw.html   (648 words)

  
 Walter Koenig - MovieActors.com
Walter Koenig is best known for his role as "Chekov" he portrayed in 7 STAR TREK FILMS, a role that he first established on the two year run of the classic STAR TREK television series.
Walter was originally cast on the show because he resembled teenage heart-throb, Davey Jones (actor on TV show, THE MONKEYS), as the producers wanted to draw a younger audience.
In 1998, Walter Koenig wrote another book entitled "Warped Factors - A Neurotic's Guide to the Universe." His screenplay, "You're Never Alone when You're a Schizophrenic" was a finalist in the 1996 New York Film Festival.
www.movieactors.com /actors/walterkoenig.htm   (199 words)

  
 Walter Koenig, October 30, 1998
Koenig, send a private message to the moderator with your question.
What other projects have you been involved in, and would you like to be a leading man mor often.
Koenig, send it as a private message to the Moderator.
www.scifi.com /transcripts/1998/WalterKoenig2.html   (2151 words)

  
 Walter Koenig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Ensign Chekov is portrayed by Walter Koenig, an unusually likeable young man and a highly talented actor.
To his knowledge, it is today still a valuable adjunct on the settlement house community itinerary.
He graduated from there with a B.A. in psychology, but with the encouragement of Professor Arthur Friedman, whose class was the only theater arts course he took in college, he returned to New York.
home.att.net /~CJMCG-JDD/walter_koenig.html   (468 words)

  
 Ziggy's Video Realm: Walter Koenig in Moontrap (1989)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Genre fans are then further drawn in with the familiarity of the stars, Koenig and Campbell, who will be well known to most sci fi audiences, and who are easily likable even by those who don’t recognize them from the first.
Koenig the "outer space chick" sex scene that he’d been on permanent reserve for but never got during all those years on "Star Trek".
It terms of acting, Walter Koenig proves that while he may not be big screen leading man material, for the lower budget features like this, he could have done okay, given a chance; he certainly beats the likes of Dean Cain any day of the week.
www.reelcriticism.com /ziggyrealm/reviews/moontrap.html   (1524 words)

  
 Walter Koenig's Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
The large star represents Walter's Star and there are seven shooting stars representing each main cast member and Gene Roddenberry, who have received their star on the Walk of Fame.
With a cameo appearance by Walter Koenig this spoof of Gene Roddenberry's creation of Star Trek has been made available for sale by Planet X Studios to support the Fund Drive for Walter's Star.
Walter's Star Party Invitation: an invitation for you and a friend to an exclusive casual affair with some of Walter's closest friends and family, which will be held for him to celebrate the honor of receiving his star immediately following the ceremony
www.waltersstar.com   (733 words)

  
 Walter Koenig, June 25, 1998
Knowing that you're not there simply for color or for background, but because the character you play is a substantial influence on the story.
Moderator: to : Mr Koenig, JMS has told us that you are not in any of the yet to be seen B5 episodes or TV movies...
Koenig, can you tell us how different it is to work on a show with such an intense story arc as B5, as opposed to a more standard series?
www.scifi.com /transcripts/1998/WalterKoenig.html   (3745 words)

  
 Star Trek - Actor Biographies - Walter Koenig
Walter Koenig—actor, director, screenwriter, novelist, acting professor, and comic book creator—was born in Manhattan in 1936 to Lithuanian Russian Jewish parents.
Novak series, and even produced and wrote his own feature film in 1967, "I Wish I May." In 1967 he landed the role of Ensign Pavel Chekov in the original Star Trek series.
While not a member of the cast during the Star Trek animated series, he did pen one of the episodes, "The Infinite Vulcan." His autobiography "Warped Factors : A Neurotic's Guide to the Universe" was published in 1998.
www.geocities.com /ussmunchkin/BiogKoenig.htm   (388 words)

  
 MobyGames - Walter Koenig
Walter Koenig was credited on a game as early as 1993 and as recently as 2004.
Walter Koenig has been credited with the roles Sound.
Walter Koenig has been credited on games developed by the following companies: Interplay Entertainment Corp. and Starsphere Interactive, Inc..
www.mobygames.com /developer/sheet/view/developerId,8829   (169 words)

  
 TrekWeb.com - Walter Koenig Talks to CNN About 'Chekov' and TREK Phenomenon
KOENIG: As a matter of fact, I had dinner with both George Takei, who I think will be on tomorrow night and Nichelle and Nichelle who was on last night.
So we do get a chance to trade stories and remember the past and look forward to the future, which is the thing that we all try to underscore is the future.
Koenig spoke at a Trek convention here in New Orleans some months back.
trekweb.com /articles/2005/05/10/4281863dd468e.shtml   (1083 words)

  
 The Universe of Walter Koenig
For Walter, he managed to create two such roles that will live on forever in the hearts and minds of his fans.
See Walter in person at one of his many convention appearances, and view the latest photos from his appearance in Philadelphia.
Walter Koenig I Warped Factors I Convention News & Photos I Drawing Down the Moon I A Fireworks Salute to Walter I Chekov I
www.glorianon.com /walterk/home.html   (418 words)

  
 Walter Koenig News
News about Walter Koenig continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
By GustavoLeao / 04:18, 8 December 2005 / General Star Trek STAR TREK actor Walter Koenig talks to Wired Magazine about his return to the role of Pavel Chekov in an upcoming episode of STAR TREK NEW VOYAGES...
Walter Koenig, who played the fussy Russian Pavel Chekov alongside Captain Kirk and Mr Spock in the original 1960s series and seven feature films, is to visit Wellington next month.
www.topix.net /who/walter-koenig   (231 words)

  
 B5TV.COM: Walter Koenig star fundraising   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The donation website will collect the $ 15 000, and every dollar donated above that, will go to "Children of the Night", a charity working to get youngsters out of prostitution.
Walter has to agree to show up at the ceremony, and he has given autographs to give to those who give a lot of money, so yes, he is involved.
P.S: There's an article linked from that site, that mentions that Walter has heard about the new film project, compares the roles of Bester and Chekov, etc.
www.b5tv.com /showthreaded.php/Number/285688   (176 words)

  
 CNN.com - Transcripts
Walter Koenig who played Chekov on the original series joins us live.
KOENIG: I guess a kind of -- a Monkee, an English Monkee character.
KOENIG: As a matter of fact, I had dinner with both George Takai, who I think will be on tomorrow night and Nichelle and Nichelle who was on last night.
transcripts.cnn.com /TRANSCRIPTS/0505/10/sbt.01.html   (7030 words)

  
 P.O.V. Promotions Clients - "Walter Koenig"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Originally hired by Gene Roddenberry for his uncanny resemblance to Davy Jones of the Monkees, Walter Koeing made Chekov the best loved Russian of the Cold War.
Koeing's ready wit and wide eyed innocence gave Pavel Chekov his charm, a marked contrast to the sinister Bester, the treacherous, psi-cop he portrays on Babylon 5.
He is an accomplished author and playwrite and a favorite of fans for over thirty years.
www.povpromotions.com /talent.pov/wkoenig.shtml   (70 words)

  
 A Tribute to Walter Koenig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
It is due time for Walter to receive the ultimate in honors that can be bestowed upon an actor - a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
I urge all fans to draw together and support Walter in seeing that he receives what he so rightly deserves.
Please click on the listed link which will take you to Moon-Houldson's main webpage where you can learn more about the other great books that she has written and to learn about what is to come.
www.angelfire.com /space2/walterkoenig   (147 words)

  
 Walter Koenig - Memory Alpha
Actor, director, and screenwriter Walter Koenig portrayed Pavel Chekov on Star Trek: The Original Series and first seven Star Trek Movies.
His son, Andrew Koenig appeared in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Sanctuary" as Tumak.
Walter Koenig at TriviaTribute.com (http://www.triviatribute.com/walterkoenig.html): Pictures, links and trivia.
www.memory-alpha.org /en/index.php/Walter_Koenig   (164 words)

  
 Walter Koenig   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Claudia Christian, Joshua Cox, Robin Atkin Downes and Walter Koenig were at the con.
Walter played Alfred Bester on Babylon 5 and Pavel Chekov on Star Trek.
The autograph was in metallic gold and silver ink so it may be difficult to see.
pages.ripco.net /~otonashi/walkoe.html   (69 words)

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