Friday, October 26, 2012


Here’s a little-known fact about Cindybin: I am a movie star! Yes, it’s true. I acted in a Star Trek movie with Kirk, Spock, Scotty and all the gang, on the Starship Enterprise! In fact, my whole family was in it! Twenty years ago when I was 35, back in 1992 at Universal Studios in Florida.

If you don’t believe me, here are some pictures from the movie. One of them shows us all being beamed up and meeting Scotty aboard the space ship. I remember that well—it was so fun! Kind of a tingly feeling. My husband is the tall guy—he played a Vulcan. He had pointy ears and everything! My older son was the Captain, and my younger son and I were “graduates.”

Here’s another still of me and my bad perm where I was speaking one of my lines. I really put my all into it—had to prepare for weeks! It was very grueling but worth it. I almost got nominated for an Academy Award!

Due to objections from family members (including myself), I am not able to show you the actual movie, but here is a link to some other family that was in the same movie. It stars Heidi, Sue, Brenda and Shelly. Looks like they had a great time, too!

Yes, it was enormous fun working with the gang from Star Trek—especially William Shatner and Leonard Nemoy—or should I say Bill and Lenny. It was an experience we will never forget, and we are all still great friends to this day. 


Anonymous said...

Excuse my interrupting here, but it doesn't seem likely that you could have "starred" in the movie.
Quick review of the facts:
1. Filming took place in 1991, sure you could have forgotten the exact date, but...
2. Filming was not in Florida, hard to forget something like that... Say you confused it with California, then
3. It's hard to shoot a Paramount Picture at Universal Studios.

Cindybin said...

I was joking about having starred in the movie; this was a tourist attraction thing at Disney World in Florida where people came in and read their lines in front of a green screen and the movie part with the real actors was already filmed.

Rat Fink said...

OK. We are getting warmer. But no Alice B. Toklas brownie.

The man has died! Give me a vulcan salute, a bronx cheer, or something. Live long and prosper, unless you don't honk if you think Spock was tres gorgeous in the Original Series. Say it!