GATESMCFADDEN.com Her official website, which is comprehensive of news, photos, info and announcements on her present and future projects.
@GATES_McFADDEN Her official twitter account, where she interacts with her fans, shares news, info, articles and photos and just has some fun.
INVESTIGATES Her official podcast, a thought-provoking and intimate conversational series featuring close friends and former co-stars.
GATESMcFADDEN Her official cameo, where you can book a video from her for yourself or a friend. Make someone's day special with a personalized dedication.
Welcome to Gates McFadden Files, your online resource dedicated to the amazing Gates McFadden. Actress, director and choreographer, you may better remember Gates for her role of Doctor Beverly Crusher in the Star Trek franchise. But her career also dives into other projects on screen such as Marker, Franklin & Bash, Mad About You, Make the Yuletide Gay, The Muppets Take Manhattan, and on stage with Cloud 9, To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday, Voices in the Dark. This fansite is comprehensive of an extensive photo gallery with events, magazines, screencaptures, an updated press library for articles and written interviews, and a video section for recorded interviews, sneak peeks, trailers. We are absolutely respectful of her privacy and proudly a paparazzi-free site!!!
September 24, 1990
Directed by: Cliff Bole | Written by: Michael Piller
October 1, 1990
Directed by: Les Landau | Written by: Ronald D. Moore
October 8, 1990
Directed by: Rob Bowman | Written by: Rick Berman
October 15, 1990
Directed by: Gabrielle Beaumont | Written by: Ralph Phillips
October 22, 1990
Directed by: Cliff Bole | Written by: Lee Sheldon
Will Riker, your First Officer! He’s… he’s very good at playing poker, loves to cook; he-he listens to jazz music, plays the trombone. -… – Commander Data, the android who sits at Ops. Dreams of being human. Never gets the punch line of a joke. -… – Deanna Troi, your ship’s counselor, half-Betazoid, loves chocolate; the arrival of her mother makes you shudder. O’Brien, Geordi, Worf. Wesley, my son! They all have been the living, breathing heart of this crew for over three years! They deserve more than to be shrugged off… brushed aside, just pinched out of existence like that. They all do. They deserve so much more.
If there’s nothing wrong with me… maybe there’s something wrong with the universe.
October 29, 1990
Directed by: Robert Scheerer | Written by: Joe Menosky
November 5, 1990
Directed by: Jonathan Frakes | Written by: Drew Deighan, Thomas Perry, Jo Perry
November 12, 1990
Directed by: Les Landau | Written by: J. Larry Carroll, David Bennett Carren
November 19, 1990
Directed by: Corey Allen | Written by: Kacey Arnold-Ince
December 31, 1990
Directed by: Chip Chalmers | Written by: Hilary J. Bader
Therapists are always the worst patients – except for doctors, of course.
January 7, 1991
Directed by: Robert Wiemer | Written by: Harold Apter
February 4, 1991
Directed by: Tom Benko | Written by: Philip LaZebnik
February 11, 1991
Directed by: Les Landau | Written by: Bruce D. Arthurs
February 18, 1991
Directed by: Cliff Bole | Written by: Marc Scott Zicree
March 11, 1991
Directed by: Winrich Kolbe | Written by: Thomas Kartozian
March 18, 1991
Directed by: Les Landau | Written by: Shari Goodhartz
We have to dream in order to survive. If we don’t reach REM sleep, we don’t dream, we… we begin to lose our cognitive abilities, we find it hard to concentrate, we forget… how to do the most ordinary task. Then we become irritable, paranoid; some people experience hallucinations.
March 25, 1991
Directed by: Winrich Kolbe | Written by: Timothy DeHaas
April 1, 1991
Directed by: Robert Legato | Written by: Joe Menosky
April 29, 1991
Directed by: Cliff Bole | Written by: Randee Russell, Ira Steven Behr
April 22, 1991
Directed by: Jonathan Frakes | Written by: Jeri Taylor
May 6, 1991
Directed by: Les Landau | Written by: Ted Roberts, Peter Allan Fields
May 13, 1991
Directed by: Marvin V. Rush | Written by: Michel Horvat
Perhaps it is a human failing; but we are not accustomed to these kinds of changes. I can’t keep up. How long will you have this host? What would the next one be? I can’t live with that kind of uncertainty. Perhaps, someday, our ability to love won’t be so limited.
May 27, 1991
Directed by: David Livingston | Written by: Ken Schafer, René Echevarria
June 3, 1991
Directed by: Patrick Stewart | Written by: Joe Menosky, Ronald D. Moore
June 17, 1991
Directed by: Cliff Bole | Written by: Ronald D. Moore