Susan Oliver Passed Away 25 Years Ago Today

Posted on May 10, 2015 in News
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Sadly, Susan Oliver left this world after a brief struggle with cancer on May 10, 1990.  She was just 58 years old.

And we lost another Star Trek female icon this past week, Grace Lee Whitney.  While this, too, was a sad event, Grace was 85 and it would be hard to argue that she didn’t have a very long and eventful life (I even had the pleasure of spending some time with her at last summer’s Star Trek Las Vegas Convention).

I can’t help but feel that Susan Oliver had to depart much too soon, and I can only wonder what she would have accomplished had she lived two or three more decades (especially given how incredibly much she managed to do in her relatively short lifetime).

Today, we pay special tribute to two of Star Trek’s very first iconic women, Susan Oliver, who left us 25 years ago at 58, and Grace Lee Whitney, who left this past week at 85.  As the recently-departed Leonard Nimoy would say, live long and prosper, ladies (wherever you are…).

–GP

susan-oliver-as-vina    Grace Lee Whitney as Janice Rand

The Green Girl Susan Oliver Documentary Wins Again!

Posted on May 1, 2015 in News
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That’s right, we’ve been honored with the award for Best Documentary Feature from the 15th Annual FirstGlance Los Angeles Film Festival.  It’s very heartening to see how consistently this film deeply affects a live audience (which often has no idea what to expect).  Susan Oliver’s story has a way of touching people that just can’t quite be put into words.  We are very grateful for all the opportunities the film has been having to reach out to more and more people.  It’s about time that the world to properly acknowledges the remarkable Susan Oliver!

–GP

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