Actress and Choreographer Gates McFadden hosts a thought-provoking and intimate conversational series featuring close friends and former co-stars reminiscing on careers, personal life and more. Visit www.nacellecompany.com to find links and listen on your favorite platform. Also check out the merchandise.
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Gates McFadden Discusses New Podcast, Being Dumped From Star Trek, and THAT Controversial Terrorism Episode-
Despite having all the technological medical advances of the 24th century at her disposal — every Trekkie knows the most effective healing tool in Dr Beverly Crusher’s kit was that soothing, reassuring, calming voice. But when told so, Gates McFadden lets it slip to laugh loudly in a decidedly Ohio accent. “What’s funny is when […]
The Star Trek universe is officially launching a new podcast from one of its most iconic actresses. Gates McFadden, who played Dr. Beverly Crusher in Star Trek: The Next Generation and four subsequent Star Trek films, will host Gates McFadden InvestiGates: Who Do You Think You Are?. The limited series podcast will debut on May 12 and be available through Spotify, Apple Podcasts, […]
Star Trek star Gates McFadden is no stranger to exploring new planets and galaxies as Dr. Beverly Crusher, but set to host the Nacelle Company’s Who Do You Think You Are?, McFadden starts a new venture into the podcast realm. “Pantomime takes too much energy, so I asked if we could use mics,” said Gates McFadden. The McFadden-fronted podcast will […]
Age Range: ALL Class Time: 3:00 am CEST Class Days: Wednesday, Aug. 5 (One Night Only!) Date Class Begins: Aug 05, 2020 Class Length: 60 Minutes Millions all over the world know and love actress Gates McFadden for her years spent aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise as Dr. Beverly Crusher in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” […]