"Space... the final frontier. These are the voyages of the star ship Enterprise. Its continuing mission, to explore strange new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations. To boldly go where no one has gone before!" Wow! What an amazing cult classic! "Captain Picard" and his crew, consisting of both human and alien beings, traveled the galaxy on mysterious adventures audiences had never seen before! Since the series end in 1994, the franchise and the original crew itself have changed a lot! Let's take a look at the crew members and what they're up to today!
"Deanna Troi" was a half human, half "Betazoid" being who served under "Captain Picard's" command aboard the 'USS Enterprise-D' and 'USS Enterprise-E'. She served as the ship counselor, helping her fellow crew members with their various problems.
After the series ended, Marina Siritis moved on to star in all of the Star Trek spin-off films including Star Trek Generations, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek: Insurrection and Stark Trek: Nemesis. Much like the other stars on this list, Marina also starred in dozens of series later on in her career such as NCIS, Family Guy, The Cleveland Show, and Grey's Anatomy. She is currently married to rock guitarist Michael Lamper.
"William Thomas Riker" is probably most known for his longest campaign as an officer under "Captain Jean Luc-Picard" aboard the 'USS Enterprise-D'. Later on in the series, he accepts the promotion as Captain aboard the 'USS Titan'. "Riker" is romantically affiliated with the "Deanna Troi", the starship's counselor.
Johnathan Frakes played the role of "William Thomas Riker" on the hit series Star Trek: The Next Generation. Before he went to space, he had already starred on a few popular shows like Hart to Hart, Highway to Heaven, The Fall Guy and many more. After the series ended, he moved on to star in several different television and movie productions such as well as all of the Star Trek feature films all the way up to 2002! He also hosted the show Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction. Frakes is currently married to actress Genie Francis whom he met on the set of the TV mini-series North and South. The couple have two children.
"Lore" and "Data were both "Soong-type" androids created by "Doctor Nooniain Soong" and "Juliana Soong" at the Omicron Colony. "Lore" was the pure embodiment of A.I. having the first successful positronic brain. Due to his robotic nature, he had abilities the rest of the crew did not posses such as super strength and speed. "Lore" began feeling superior to his fellow crew members leading to him trying to destroy them. After a long and bitter conflict, "Lore" was eventually shut down and replaced by his brother "Data".
Post TNG (The Next Generation), Spiner also went on to star in all of the Star Trek feature films. Since then, Spiner has starred in a number of different animated TV series such as Family Guy, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and Star Wars Rebels. Brent has also starred in smash hit series like The Big Bang Theory and Criminal Minds.
"Doctor Beverly Crusher" is the crew's doctor aboard the 'USS Enterprise-D', and later 'USS Enterprise-E'.
Gates McFadden wasn't as active in show business as the rest of her co-stars after Star Trek: The Next Generation series ended. She did in fact star in all of the feature films up until 2002. Over the course of her career, she also starred in a few other TV shows such as The Cosby Show, The Practice, and Mad About You. She is currently married to John Cleveland Talbot with whom she has one son.
"Worf" is a Klingon (a fictional alien species) and is a starfleet officer aboard the 'Enterprise-D', and the following ships that came afterwards.
After the show ended, Michael Dorn moved on to star in several minor roles, like most of his co-stars. He also starred in all of the Star Trek films as well as numerous other movies such as Ali, The Santa Clause 2, Heart Of The Beholder, and Ted 2. As far as television goes, Dorn has made a name for himself in the animated TV show scene starring in series such as Family Guy, Winx Club, Transformers: Titans Return, Adventure Time and many more.
"Geordi La Forge" (right) is the pilot and chief engineer of the 'USS Enterprise-D' , and later the 'USS Enterprise-E'.
LeVar Burton hosted and produced the PBS kids show "Reading Rainbow" in 1983, before "Star Trek: The Next Generation". Afterwards he starred in several different shows such as "Murder, She wrote" and has also lent his voice to several different animated shows such as "Family Guy", "Batman: The Animated Series" and "Gargoyles".
"Lieutenant Wesley R. Crusher" was the son of Lieutenant Commander "Jack Crusher" and Doctor "Beverly Crusher". After a long career on the 'USS Enterprise-D', he decided to leave the crew and join "Tau Alphan The Traveler" on his journey through space.
Wil Wheaton was on the show for Star Trek: The Next Generation for three and one quarter seasons before leaving the show to pursue other projects. He made occasional appearances on the show, but eventually decided to attend acting school full time. He currently lives in Arcadia, California with his wife and two sons.
"Captain Jean Luc-Picard" is a Starfleet captain, archaeologist, and and diplomat. During the series, he captains the 'USS Enterprise' (NCC-1701-D) with the help of his intergalactic crew! "Picard" himself played a large role in the series galactic history, discovering over 27 alien species throughout the entire franchise.
Sir Patrick Stewart's life was changed after playing the role of "Captain Jean Luc-Picard" in the hit Sci-Fi series Star Trek: The Next Generation. He would play the role of "Captain Picard" ever so often in spin-off movies like Star Trek Generations, Star Trek: Insurrection and Star Trek: First Contact. Stewart has also played a large part in the "X-Men" franchise as Professor Charles Xaviert. Because of his unique voice, he was able to star as a voice actor in dozens of animated series and movies such as Family Guy, American Dad, Chicken Little, and Ice Age. Patrick currently live in Brooklyn, New York with his wife Sunny Ozell.