Leonard Simon Nimoy was an American actor, photographer, author, and film director. Starting his acting journey in his early-20s, he struggled for almost a decade; initially, he landed roles in low quality as well as B-grade movies. It was only after his role as ‘Mr. Smock’ in ‘Star Trek’ that he became a popular actor with ‘Mr. Smock’ becoming one of the 50 greatest TV characters. The half-human half-Vulcan character of ‘Spock’ remained in the limelight since its first episode till its last in 2013. Some of his other well-known works include his roles in ‘Mission: Impossible,’ ‘A Woman Called Golda,’ and ‘Fringe.’ He also became famous for hosting a documentary series called ‘In Search Of…’ His other works include his performance as a stage actor, voice actor, song writer, and singer. Acclaimed with a number of awards for his commendable acting skills, Leonard also tried his hand at direction. Also, his participation in ‘Standby: Lights, Camera, Action,’ a children’s educational show, was appreciated by the audience. He was also appreciated for his production skills in ‘Never Forget’ in 1991 and in a play titled ‘Shakespeare’s Will’ in 2007. Nimoy remained a successful and versatile professional his entire life.