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Michael is best known for the role of the son of Mogh, the Worf klingon, in the Star Trek universe, including the series Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space 9 and Star Trek: The First Contact, Star Trek: Rebellion ‘and’ Star Trek: Retribution ‘.
Son of Ellie Lee and Dorn Jr. Fentress, Michael Dorn was born on December 9, 1952 in Lyling, Texas, USA, and grew up in Pasadena, California. He graduated from the city college of Pasadena, studying television and radio communications, and then began his musical career as a singer of various rock bands, traveling to San Francisco and back to Los Angeles.
For the first time Dorn in the status of guest actor starred in the TV show ‘W.E.B.’ In 1978. The producer was impressed by his work and introduced Michael to an agent who, in turn, introduced him to the actor studio teacher Charles Conrad. So, Dorn studied acting for six months and earned his first permanent role as an officer of Turner in the television series ‘California Road Patrol’. The first film with Michael was a famous boxing film with Sylvester Stallone ‘Rocky’, where the actor received an insignificant role as bodyguard.
To date, the most famous role of the actor – Worf, the first assistant in the Klingon starship “Rotaran”, in the series ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ and ‘Star Trek: Deep Space 9’. Before auditioning for the role, Michael tried not to smile, not speak and did not even sit, standing at a distance from the other contenders in the corner in the unbending Klingon warrior pose. The stereotype behavior of the alien civilization of humanoid warriors has worked. When Michael was summoned, he went into the room, frowned, sharply shook hands with the interviewer, read a clip of the role and, after having dryly thanked the director, left the casting.
In total, Dorn worked in 175 episodes of ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’, missing just three episodes, and in a hundred episodes of ‘Star Trek: Deep Space 9’, not appearing only in 4 episodes. Summing up the participation in the series and franchise films, it turns out that Michael is a kind of record holder. He outpaced the actors Colma Mini and Majelu Barrett, playing in 280 ‘space units’ ‘Star Trek’.
In addition to the Star Trek universe, Dorn starred in the movie ‘Santa Claus 2’, voiced the character of the animated series ‘I’m an ermine’, ‘Gargoyles’, ‘Superman’, ‘Danny the Ghost’ and many others. Others. In the 1990s, the actor appeared as a guest in several episodes of the series “Family of Dinosaurs” and “Beyond the Possible”. Expanding the boundaries of voice acting, Michael took part in the work on the computer game ‘Emperor: Battle for Dune’ based on the novels of Frank Herbert, ‘Gabriel Knight: the sins of the fathers’, ‘Fallout 2’ and ‘StarCraft’. Also in 1996, Dorn became the voice of the narrator in the game ‘Vikings, Strategy of Ultimate Conquest!’, And again returned to the voice of Kalibak, this time in the animated series ‘Justice League’.
Dorn voiced the alien from the future Rufus 3000 in the animated film ‘Kim Almighty: The Struggle Against Time’ and the Great Spirit Mata Nui in the new cartoon of Mark Baldo ‘Bionicle: The Legend Reborn’.
Michael loves the animated series ‘South Park’. He is also very fond of flying. Dorn owns several aircraft, including the training aircraft ‘T-33’ ‘Shooting Star’ and the American fighter F-86 ‘Saber’. The aircraft ‘T-33’ he often calls ‘his own spaceship’. Michael is a member of several flight organizations, such as the Association of Pilots and Aircraft Owners ‘AOPA’, and serves on the advisory board of the ‘BBC Heritage Foundation’.

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