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Robert Duncan McNeill

November 9, 2006

Mostly directing now.

Robert Duncan McNeill played Lieutenant Tom Paris on Star Trek: Voyager.  He also played a very similar character on one episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.  Reasonably, the writers and producers of Voyager could have just made him play the same character, but they didn’t.  Yet another mismanagement of the franchise.   McNeill also played in the exceedingly crappy He-Man film, Masters of the Universe.

McNeill is 42.

Other birthdays: Nick Lachey, Chris Jericho, and Lou Ferrigno.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Webby permalink
    November 9, 2006 2:00 am

    Chris Jericho isn’t a CRAPPY lead singer. At least he has stage presence, right? I mean he is pretty stinking sexy. How many men can you think of now-a-days that can pull off long blonde hair? Yes, all of the members of METALLICA pulled it off in the 80’s-90’s. But like I said not many men can do that NOW. Plus Chris has massive amounts of Charisma (sp) and therefore can pull of the lead singer role…in my opinion of course. Then again opinions are like buttholes. Everyone has them but most of them stink. haha I love that quote. Don’t you?

  2. November 9, 2006 4:01 am

    Yeah, it’s a classic. Apparently, Jericho has two buttholes. One on his bum, and one on his head. That’s the only explanation for his horrible voice.

    He might have all the moxie in the world, but if he can’t sing, he can’t be a good lead singer.

    Don’t get me wrong. I like Jericho, but the man’s voice just ain’t good enough.

  3. Webby permalink
    November 9, 2006 2:40 pm

    haha okay I haven’t actually listened to him much. So I really don’t know if I like his voice or not.

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