The people at NPR;

In three seasons of the original Star Trek series, Leonard Nimoy developed a character so distinctive that Mr. Spock is now considered an American cultural icon. Now Nimoy’s back on TV in a recurring role — as much to his surprise as anyone else’s.

“I’m in a state of shock,” Nimoy tells Guy Raz. “I don’t know how it happened. I’m asking myself: How do these strange things happen to a life when you’ve made your plans and things change?”

Nimoy, who once said he was done with acting, will be playing Dr. William Bell on the TV show Fringe. Turns out, he says, returning to television has been fun. “I’m enjoying it. It’s intriguing. It’s thought-provoking. The work is good. The scripts are interesting and multi-layered.”

Dr. Bell is “a combination of the richest man in the world and a Timothy Leary-type scientist,” Nimoy says.

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I loved Leonard as Spock and him coming back for the new star trek was awesome. I noticed that he made an appearance last season in Fringe, I’m glad that hes making it a recurring role.

Do you watch Fringe? Are you a fan of Leonard Nimoy?