Everyone knows that juggling private and public life can be a great balancing act for celebrities, whether it’s for filming in a foreign country, or as a deadline on a film to meet an edit. have to work late. One actor who seemed to manage the daunting task was Leonard Nimoy, who maintained a successful career on the small and big screen as a good father to his two children, Adam and Julie. To mark Father’s Day, Julie Nimoy shared a private letter with cinema bland, which was written to his father, celebrating him and thanking those who helped him further his father’s work to raise awareness about preventing lung disease.
Julie allows fans of Leonard Nimoy an insight into the actor’s life away from the camera, which is also the case in the documentary, Remembering Leonard Nimoy, which is mentioned in his letter and is available to watch for free on Amazon Prime Video. The documentary looks at exactly who was the man who brought the most famous Vulcan to life, and also details his later struggles living with COPD as he grew up.
Along with her husband, Julie has ensured that her father’s legacy remains intact, and she plans to keep the Leonard Nimoy Memorial at the Science Museum in Nimoy’s hometown of Boston. He hopes that this and other plans will come together to ensure that the risks of lung disease continue to be known and fight diseases like COPD as much as possible. One of the great helpers in continuing Nimoy’s work is star trek Co-star William Shatner, who was rumored to have broken up with Nimoy in recent years, but Julie said she never heard her father speak ill of her. The letter by Julie can be read in full here.
“Father’s Day Wishes: Over the years, so many people have always asked me what it was like growing up as a famous father, and what special memories I have. My typical answer was usually, “He’s just my dad.” are, loving, caring, and supportive.” My rock forever, I could always depend on him for his wise advice. Like most dads, he was very protective, but always kept me young. He used to encourage them to be independent.
“I will always cherish and remember the wonderful times we spent together – like in the summer when you were supposed to appear in two plays in the Midwest. Since you were a licensed pilot and owned a single-engine plane, I suggested that we make it into an adventure/vacation. We can both stop by on the way sightseeing in different states, and spend quality time. I’m so glad you agreed. We had a wonderful time Was!”
“I also loved working with you in commercials. It was so much fun! You were directing and I was acting. I had never been on camera before, so it was quite an experience. You were very patient with me, And made me feel very comfortable. Thankfully, the ad turned out great too!”
“Today, I’m sure you’ll be very pleased to learn that my husband, David, and I are continuing your mission of creating awareness for lung disease and prevention. Our PBS Documentary Remembering Leonard Nimoy, which celebrates your life and legacy, continues to air on public television along with a series of special screenings and programs for lung disease and prevention across the country.”
“You will also be delighted to know that in addition to the lung health community, your wonderful friends: William Shatner, George Takei and Mayim Bialik have all helped us get the word out. I love your bear hug, warm laughter Miss you and lasting support. Happy Father’s Day, Dad. You are always in my heart and on my mind. Your lovely daughter, Julie.”
It’s certainly a beautiful memory to share, and will be especially hard with Nimoy’s long-term Star Trek fans, who still mourn six years since his passing in February.
Subject: Star Trek