Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek’s Spock, dies at age 83 | Leonard Nimoy, Spock de Star Trek, fallece a los 83 años

Leonard Nimoy as Spock on Star Trek
Leonard Nimoy as Spock on Star Trek

[EN]: Leonard Nimoy, well-known actor for his role as the half-human/half-Vulcan character known as Spock on Star Trek TV series and films, has passed away earlier today at the age of 83. Nimoy died at his home in Los Angeles of an end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Last year, he revealed his condition, which was due to his many years of smoking.

For fans of the popular sci-fi franchise that made its TV debut on NBC in the 1960s, then, found success on TV syndication, and jumped to bigger adventures in films and new series, will for sure miss Leonard Nimoy.

#RIPSpock

[ES]: Leonard Nimoy, el actor conocido por su papel como el personaje mitad humano y mitad vulcano conocido como Spock en las series de televisión y películas de Star Trek, ha fallecido esta mañana a los 83 años de edad. Nimoy murió en su casa en Los Ángeles de la enfermedad pulmonar obstructiva crónica en etapa final. El año pasado, él reveló su condición era debido a sus muchos años de fumar.

Para los fans de la popular franquicia de ciencia ficción que hizo su debut en la televisión en la cadena NBC en la década de 1960, para luego encontrar el éxito en la redifusión televisiva, y saltar a las más grandes aventuras en películas y nuevas series, sin duda que extrañarán a Leonard Nimoy.

#RIPSpock

[Source/Fuente]: New York Times: Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek,’ Dies at 83.

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