William Shatner turns 90 today! Here's a timeline of some of the actor's best roles and gigantic career.
The prestigious Stratford Festival was joined by Shatner in 1954, when the actor was 23-years-old. He stayed there for three seasons and at such a young age had already participated in various projects.
Howdy Doody Show
The Howdy Doody Show
Subsequently, the actor replaced James Doohan in the Howdy Doody Show Canadian Version. Doohan will later become Shatner's co-star in Star Trek: destiny's almost impossible to stop.
The Twilight Zone
The Twilight Zone
Perhaps one of Shatner's most remarkable roles, along with Stark Trek, is The Twilight Zone (1963), in which he played an airline passenger who is terrified because of a monster on the wing of the plane.
But we cannot avoid mentioning Shatner's first role in a movie in The Brothers Karamazov's adaptation Incubus, a horror released on 1958.
And the most iconic role is definitely the one in Star Trek, where Shatner captured the love of millions of fans worldwide. Star Trek's mission was intended as a five years mission, but the series was cancelled after three due to low ratings. However, Captain James Tiberius Kirk will always remain in our hearts.
Star Trek The Motion Picture & Star Trek II
Star Trek The Motion Picture
During the 70s, Star Trek grew in popularity and the show was revived as a film. However, the sequel is considered by many the one that truly defined Star Trek's fandom.
Saturday Night Live
And in 1986, Shatner hosted Saturday Night Live, a dream of many -- the actor played himself at a Star Trek convention.
Tek War Book
Yes, Shatner is also a published writer. His first book was Tek War, released in 1989, which inspired TV series and more novels.
Shatner's World: We Just Live In It
And finally, Shatner hit the road in 2012 for an autobiographical tour, receiving huge reviews. The list would be much longer, but these are the main events that have shaped Shatner's career. We all wish him a safe and healthy happy birthday!