Es reconocido por su papel de El Zorro en la serie de televisión basada en el héroe clásico de Johnston McCulley, y por su trabajo en varios episodios de series televisivas de la saga Star Trek. Character(s): Male From 1990 through 1993, Regehr starred as Don Diego de la Vega, aka the masked vigilante Zorro, in the television series The New Zorro. Between 1976 and 1980, he trained as a boxer and was a serious contender for Canada's Olympic boxing. He began studying figure skating when he was five and was a champion figure skater before going into acting. He began studying figure skating when he was five and was a champion figure skater before going into acting. Otro de sus papeles más reconocidos es el del Conde Drácula en la película The Monster Squad (1987), dirigida por Fred Dekker. Regehr had a supporting role in the 2000 direct-to-video feature Air Bud 3, along with Don McMillan. 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Guest Actor Duncan Peter Regehr (born 5 October 1952; age 68) is the Canadian actor, writer, and artist who played two romantic figures in Star Trek. From 1986 to the present Duncan Regehr has continued to paint, write, and film throughout the world. Hertzler joined the following season. He chose to further his acting career instead, and, in 1980, he and his wife, Catherine, moved to Los Angeles, California.[1]. Duncan Peter Regehr The series ran for four seasons (88 episodes) on The Family Channel. He then played the recurring role of Shakaar Edon on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, appearing in the three episodes "Shakaar", "Crossfire", and "The Begotten". Place of birth: Date of birth: He also had a role in the 2000 TV movie Murder, She Wrote: A Story to Die For, as did Steven Culp, Daniel Dae Kim, and J. Patrick McCormack. https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Duncan_Regehr?oldid=2612204. H… Henry Darrow joined the show's cast in its second season, replacing Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., as Zorro's father, Don Alejandro, while J.G. 5 October 1952 Duncan Regehr He studied the performing arts at the Bastion Theatre School, ultimately performing in regional theater and in the Ontario Shakespeare Festival. His artwork has been featured in numerous exhibits since the 1970s and is included in several collections. Upon moving to Los Angeles, he was cast as a guest star in an episode of The Greatest American Hero, on which he worked with Michael Ensign and Eric Server. This film was co-written and directed by Star Trek: Enterprise writer-producer Fred Dekker and also starred Stephen Macht. During the 1997-1998 television season, Regehr was a regular on the Showtime series Fast Track, which was headlined by Keith Carradine and also starred Fred Williamson. For his performance in The Monster Squad, Regehr was nominated for a Saturn Award from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. Regehr then had a supporting role in the Emmy Award-nominated 1982 mini-series The Blue and the Gray, which also featured the aforementioned Robin Gammell as well as Gregg Henry, William Lucking, Charles Napier, Dan Shor, Noble Willingham, and Paul Winfield. Birth name: That same year, Regehr acted opposite Michelle Phillips in the "If Looks Could Kill" episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents. He then worked with TNG actor Michael Dorn in the 1995 science fiction film Timemaster. Regehr starred with Brian McNamara in the 1988 science fiction mini-series Earth Star Voyager, which was directed by James Goldstone. He is also a successful painter and has received a number of accolades for his academic achievements. Shakaar Edon; Ronin Between 1976 and 1980, he trained as a boxer and was a serious contender for Canada's Olympic boxing. In addition to acting, Regehr is also a skilled and successful artist and painter. Esta página se editó por última vez el 5 sep 2018 a las 10:07. Fue actor de teatro en su país natal antes de llegar a Hollywood en 1980. In the short-lived 1983 fantasy series Wizards and Warriors, Regehr played the villain, Prince Dirk Blackpool. Regehr was born in Lethbridge, Alberta and raised in Victoria, British Columbia. He also appeared in his first TV movie, the two-part Goliath Awaits (1981), with Frank Gorshin. In 1985, Regehr portrayed actor Errol Flynn in the 1985 TV movie My Wicked, Wicked Ways… The Legend of Errol Flynn. Regehr was cast in a number of Canadian productions in the 1970s, including the 1978 short film The War Is Over, in which he co-starred with fellow TNG guest star Robin Gammell. In 1989, Regehr was seen as lawman Pat Garrett in the TV movie Billy the Kid, which also featured performances by Rene Auberjonois, Patrick Massett, and Ned Vaughn. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Duncan Regehr's Height 6ft 3 (190.5 cm) Peak height was 6ft 3 ½ (191.8 cm) Canadian actor best known for roles in films such as The Monster Squad and tv shows like Zorro and Fast Track. He worked with many Star Trek alumni on this production, including Denise Crosby, George Coe, Dick Durock, and Alan Oppenheimer. In 2008 Regehr was awarded an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree by the University of Victoria, in Victoria, British Columbia. Roles: He studied the performing arts at the Bastion Theatre School, ultimately performing in regional theater and in the Ontario Shakespeare Festival. Regehr was also an Olympic boxing contender, and a classically trained Shakespearean stage performer in his native Canada before tackling Hollywood in 1980, where he began to develop his work in film. Es reconocido por su papel de El Zorro en la serie de televisión basada en el héroe clásico de Johnston McCulley, y por su trabajo en varios episodios de series televisivas de la saga Star Trek. Regehr was born in Lethbridge, Alberta and raised in Victoria, British Columbia. Regehr then played the role of Visitor Commander Charles in the science fiction TV series V, working with Darleen Carr, Bruce Davison, Judyann Elder, Robert Hooks, Judson Scott, Jeff Yagher, and director Cliff Bole. His subsequent credits have included the 2001 sci-fi/horror film Flying Virus (aka Killer Buzz, with Jason Brooks), the short-lived TV series Body & Soul, and several made-for-TV movies directed by George Mendeluk. Tom Noonan 6ft 5 … Duncan Peter Regehr (5 de octubre de 1952 en Lethbridge, Alberta) es un actor y escritor canadiense. In 1996, he won the American Vision Award for Distinction in the Arts, and in 2000, was granted the lifetime title of "Royal Canadian Artist" by the Royal Canadian Academy of Art. Outside of Star Trek, Regehr is best known for playing the title role of the 1990-1993 television series The New Zorro and for portraying Dracula in the 1987 film The Monster Squad. Duncan Peter Regehr (5 de octubre de 1952 en Lethbridge, Alberta) es un actor y escritor canadiense.Fue actor de teatro en su país natal antes de llegar a Hollywood en 1980. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada He first appeared as Beverly Crusher's ghostly lover Ronin in the Star Trek: The Next Generation seventh season episode "Sub Rosa".