R.I.P. Nichelle Nichols, Nyota Uhura on Star Trek: The Original Series

The Trek legend was a television pioneer, civil rights advocate, dancer, NASA employee and jazz singer.

R.I.P. Nicholas Georgiade, the tough Rico Rossi of The Untouchables

He was a boxer in the Army and his brother was a police officer in real life. Who better to play one of Eliot Ness' men?

R.I.P. Joanne Linville, who had memorable roles in Star Trek and The Twilight Zone

She was the first woman to play a Romulan in the Trek universe. She was 93.

R.I.P. Henry Darrow, star of 'The High Chaparral'

He later became the first Latino actor to play Zorro on television.

R.I.P. Christopher Plummer, legendary screen star in the The Thorn Birds and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

He brought his striking stage presence to many live television productions in the 1950s.

R.I.P. Richard Herd of T.J. Hooker, Star Trek: Voyager and Seinfeld

The actor also played a memorable captain on M*A*S*H. He was 87.

R.I.P. James Drury, star of The Virginian

The prolific Western actor also appeared in movies alongside Elvis and Frank Sinatra.

R.I.P. Stuart Whitman, star of Cimarron Strip and Highway Patrol

The TV Western and war movie actor was 92.

R.I.P. Claudette Nevins, sitcom wife to Andy Griffith and Winchester on M*A*S*H

She (briefly) played the wife of Major Winchester on M*A*S*H.

R.I.P. Ben Cooper, a familiar face from dozens of TV westerns and the Twilight Zone

He played a foil to both Lucas McCain and Matt Dillon. He was 86.

R.I.P. Marj Dusay, the alien who stole Spock's brain

The actress gave us the iconic line "Brain and brain—what is brain?!"

R.I.P. Monique van Vooren, Batman and Tarzan villainess

The actress also gave Christopher Walken his stage name.

R.I.P. William Phipps, prolific actor who voiced Prince Charming

On TV, he was a Batman hood, an eerie presence in The Twilight Zone and much more.