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From "Girls of Summer" to "The
Boys In Autumn" Walter Koenig's stage career
spans thirty years and includes stops in New York
with "A Midsummer Night's
Dream"(Quince) and "Six Characters In
Search Of An Author"(Oldest Son). In Chicago
he guested in "Make A Million" (Johnny)
opposite Jackie Coogan and on the road - from
Arizona to Philadelphia - Mark Lenard (Sarek:
Spock's Father) and he performed in the short
plays "Box and Cox" (Box) and
"Actors" (Dave). By himself, Koenig
also starred as "Larry the Liquidator"
in "Other People's Money" in Reno,
His Los Angeles Productions include
"Steambath" (God), "The White
House Murder Case" (Capt. Weems),
"Night Must Fall (Danny), "La Ronde
(Gentlemen), "The Typist and the Tiger"
(Paul), and "The Deputy" (Jacobson)
among almost two dozen others (Blood Wedding, The
Collection, et al.)
Directorial credits include "Hotel
Parsadiso" for Company of Angels,
"Becket" for Theatre 40, "America
Hurrah!" at Oxford Theater, "Twelve
Angry Men" at the Rita Hayworth Theatre,
"Matrix" at the Gascon Theatre
Institute and "Three By Ten" at Actor's
Walter has performed in the television movies
"Anthony and Cleopatra" (Pompey)
opposite Timothy Dalton and Lynn Redgrave as well
as the Mow's "Goodbye Raggedy Anne" and
"The Questor Tapes". He has also
appeared on dozens of other television series and
as the character, Chekov in the "Star
Trek" TV Programs.
Mr. Koenig recreated the character of the Russian
navigator in the first seven Star Trek Films and
in1988 took the leading role in the video
Walter has written for the television series
"Family, Powers of Mathew Starr",
"Class of '65", "Land of the
Lost" and the "Star Trek" animated
This actor-writer has seen publication with the
non-fiction "Chekov's Enterprise" and
the satiric fantasy novel "Buck Alice and
the Actor-Robot". He also created the three
issues of the comic book story "Raver"
published by Malibu Comics.
Walter Koenig has taught classes in acting and
directing privately and at UCLA, The Sherwood
Oaks Experimental Film College and at the
California School of Professional Psychology.
Most recently he has been an instructor at the
Actors' Alley Repertory Company in Los Angeles.
Over a period of five years Mark Lenard and
Walter toured in the two character play,
"The Boys In Autumn", the comedy-drama
about the reunion of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn
forty years later.
Koenig has had the recurring role of the
quintessential bad guy, "Bester" on the
television series "Babylon 5. He has been
the "Special Guest Star" in twelve
episodes and at the end of the third season the
production company applied for an Emmy nomination
on his behalf.
In an interactive state-of-the-art video game
from Digital Pictures called "Maximum
Surge" Walter Koenig stars as
"Drexel", another bad guy.
Walter has also completed work in the low budget
feature film "Drawing Down the Moon"
from Chaos Prods, and has star billing as a
German psychologist in the martial arts picture,
"Fist of Justice."
A one character piece that Mr. Koenig wrote and
performed entitled "You're Never Alone When
You're A Shizophrenic" was a finalist in the
1996 New York Film Festival awards.
Koenig filmed a guest appearance as himself on
the CBS situation comedy "Almost
Perfect", did sketch comedy on the Comedy
Central series "Viva Variety", and
performed on an ESPN sports commercial that aired
The Viacom CD ROM "Starfleet Academy"
in which Walter reprised the character of Chekov
continues to sell impressively.
Most Recently, Walter hosted a cultmovie marathon
for Comedy Central.
Walter Konieg"s autobiography, "Warped
Factors - A Neurotic's Guide To The Universe was
released through Taylor Publishing on April 1998.
Most recently, Mr Koenig performed as the
"Shadow Guy" in an episode of
"Diagnosis Murder' and went to New York to
perform in a new radio broadcast version of
"War of the Worlds" in tribute to both
H.G. Welles and Orson Welles.
WARPED FACTORS "A Neurotic's Guide To The
"Beneath the tinsel of Hollywood",
Oscar Levant once said, "is the real
Beneath that lies a cornucopia of absurd behavior
and bizarre experiences that rival the most
creative silver screen fiction. As a young
transplant from New York in the 1950's and '60s
Walter Koenig quickly came to know Hollywood as a
place of energy and opportunity where life's c
uncertainties loomed large. Launching an acting
career in this unpredictable cultural cauldron,
he wound his way through various misadventures
befor finding he had attained a degree of success
that surprised even him.
This is Koenig's story - from growing up as the
neurotic child of Russian immigrants in 1940s
Manhattan through his rise to Star Trek fame as
Pavel Chekov, Russian navigator of the U.S.S.
Enterprise, and beyond. Not a typical Hollywood
memoir, Warped Factors is anything but aloof.
Koenig's very human narrative is full of the kind
of insecurities and quirks anyone can relate to.
With wry wit, striking candor, and a true gift
for storytelling, Koenig takes us on a sometimes
bumpy but hilarious trip through his galaxy.
-Pitching a story to an NBC producer who is in
the midst of an out-of-body experience
-Having a loaded gun placed in his ear by a
-Performing a controversial play that was
interrupted by someone believed to be a member of
the American Nazi party dressed in the uniform of
a Chicken Delight delivery boy.
-Being mistaken for a bellhop during a public
appearance in his Star Trek uniform.
-Decling a Star Trek convention attendee's
invitation to help sacrifice a chicken in her
-Of course, this amusing memoir also takes us
behind the scenes of Star Trek, with fresh
perspectives not only on the cast members
themselves but also on the development and
evolution of the megalithic sci-fi legend. In
fact, Koenig includes a number of the script
ideas he himself pitched over the years,
including a proposed outline for "Star Trek
VI" (one that saw the deaths of several main
crew members including Kirk) and several for
"The Next Generation" series. Also
included are Koenig's notes to producer Harve
Bennett on "Star Trek II:The Wrath of
Khan", as well as his commentary on several
Finally, Koenig offers candid reflections not
only on the Star Trek years but on his life and
career since. Most notable are his well-received
stints on stage and his current role as the
insidious Alfred Bester on television's
"Babylon 5" Enjoying both critical and
popular success, Koenig has once again confirmed
his enduring position in science fiction's acting
FILMS (Link to IMDB)|
Babylon 5 "Cat and Mouse" (1998) Alfred
Bester - TV
Babylon 5 "Rising Star" (1997) Alfred
Bester - TV
Drawing Down the Moon (1997)Joe Merchant - Film
Star Trek:Starfleet Academy (1997) Pavel Chekov -
Viva Variety (1997) Himself - TV
Babylon 5 "The Face of the
Babylon 5 "Moments of
Babylon 5 "Epiphanies"(1997) Alfred
Bester - TV
CD ROM (1997)
Space Cadets (1997) Himself - TV
Blonde Justice (1996) - Film
Maximum Surge (1996) Drexel - CD ROM
Almost Perfect (1996) Himself - TV
Babylon 5 "Ship of Tears" (1996) Alfred
Babylon 5 "Dust To Dust" (1996) Alfred
Bester - TV
Babylon 5 "A Race Through Dark Places"
Babylon 5 "Mind War" (1996) Alfred
Bester - TV
Star Trek:Generations (1994) Pavel Chekov - Film
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)
Pavel Chekov - Film
The Real Ghostbusters (1990) Vladimir Maximov -
Star TrekV: The Final Frontier (1989) Pavel
Chekov - Film
Moontrap (1989) Jason Grant - Film
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) - Pavel
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) -
Antony and Cleopatra (1983) Pompey - TV
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982) Pavel Chekov
Bring Them Back Alive (1982) Toder - TV
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) Pavel Chekov
Columbo "Fade in to Murder" (1976) Sgt
Johnson - TV
The Men from Shiloh "Crooked Corner"
(1974) - TV
Deadly Honeymoon (1973) Deputy Sheriff - Film
The Starlost (1973) Oro - TV
The Questor Tapes (1973) Administer Assistant -
Ironside (1972) "The Summer Soldier"
Leo - TV
Goodbye, Raggedy Ann (1971) Jerry - TV Movie
Medical Center (1969) "Between Dark and
Daylight" Harry Seller - TV
Star Trek (1968 and 1969 series regular) Pavel
Chekov - TV
Mannix (1967) - TV
Jericho (1966) "Both Ends Against the
Riddle" Paul - TV
I Spy (1965) "Sparrowhawk" Bobby
Seville - TV
Gidget (1965) "Foreign Policy" Gunman -
Mr. Novak (1965) "The Firebrand" Paul
Ryder - TV
Ben Casey (1965)"A Rambling Discourse on
Egyptian Water Clocks" Tom Davis-TV
Mr. Novak (1964) "With a Hammer in His Hand,
Lord, Lord" Jim Carsey - TV
Alfred Hitchcock Presents "Memo from
Purgatory"(1964) Tiger - TV
The Lieutenant "Mother Enemy" (1963) -
Mr. Novak "The Boy Without a Country"
(1963) - Alexsei - TV
The Untouchables (1962) - TV
Great Adventure - TV
Combat! "The Prisoner" (1962) - sentry
The Norman Vincent Peale Story (1962) - Film
Strange Loves (1961) Robert - Film
General Hospital (1961, pilot episode) - TV
Day in Court (1960-1963) various characters - TV
Autographed Photos -
Time Machine -