It may also include a few minor roles before their Star-Making Role. This is what happens when a former bit player finally lands a breakout role. You just never paid enough attention to the actor to learn his name or connect one appearance to another until he finally landed a regular role on a series you regularly watch.When you just can't shake the image of the other roles, it's Role Association.If the older work is repackaged to accentuate the actor's later successes, it falls into Billing Displacement.Star Trek: The Next Generation actor Jon Paul Steuer died on Monday, aged 33.
You will be deeply missed.'His band 'The addition of Jonny to our dysfunctional band family was one of the best choices that we have ever made, and he brought a much needed sense of fun and lightheartedness to everything we did.'He was only with us for a little more than a year, but we managed to cram a lifetime of great experiences into his tenure as our singer.'Dozens shows at home in Portland and across several states, an amazing European tour, and our best full-length release yet.'We've lost our singer, but far, far more than that we've lost a friend. Jon Paul Steuer March 27, 1984 - January 1, 2018.' Sad times: The child star, who soared to fame playing Alexander Rozhenko in the Eighties show, passed away on New Year's Day however the cause of death has not been confirmed, according to reports in Oregon newspaper Willamette Week Paying respect: When news of his death surfaced, the official Facebook account for the show wrote a tribute reading: 'Rest in Peace, Jon Paul Steuer, the first actor to play Alexander in TNG. One person wrote: 'Oh no the young little boy actor back then who played TV Star Trek's TNG Work's part klingon/part human son Alexander..'RIP actor Jon Paul Steuer gone too soon in life.. It would be nice to see a Klingon memorial placed for him too.. Although Leonard Nimoy followed his 1966-69 Star Trek run with a notable career as both an actor and director, in the public's mind he would always be Spock.You will be deeply missed'Steuer was the first actor to play the Alexander, a child Klingon who was the son of The Next Generation regular Worf. He earned three Emmy Awards for the role, meaning he could land almost any television or movie role he wanted.His first appearance in the show was in the 1990 episode of the show, Reunion. But Nimoy's ambivalence to the role was reflected in the titles of his two autobiographies, 'I Am Not Spock' (1975) and 'I Am Spock' (1995).Steuer went on to star in the ABC sitcom Grace Under Fire, created by Big Bang Theory's Chuck Lorre, alongside Brett Butler. His half-human, half-Vulcan character was the calm counterpoint to William Shatner's often-emotional Captain Kirk on one of television and film's most revered cult series.In the show he played Quentin Kelly, the eldest son of lead character Grace Kelly. Two seasons later, the show was canceled, with the final years being plagued by Butler's substance abuse problems. Outside of his life in Star Trek, Nimoy had a number of stage, TV and film cretidits, including Mission: Impossible.Steuer immediately quit acting after Grace Under Fire in part because of the negative attention the show and Butler received, he said in a 2015 AV Club interview.'I wanted to forge on with acting after quitting the show, and I went out on a few interviews,' he said. He directed films including Three Men and a Baby and The Good Mother.