Brent Spiner TV Actor

Brent Spiner is an American actor. He was born on February 02, 1949 (72 years old) in Houston, Texas as Brent Jay Spiner.


Brent Jay Spiner is an American actor best known for his portrayal of the android Lieutenant Commander Data in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and four subsequent films. His portrayal of Data in Star Trek: First Contact and of Dr. Brackish Okun in Independence Day both in 1996 earned him a Saturn Award and Saturn Award nomination respectively. He has also enjoyed a career in the theatre and as a musician. read more

Is Brent Spiner still alive?

Yes, Brent Spiner is still alive Last check: 7 months ago

What is Brent's zodiac sign?

Brent Spiner zodiac sign is aquarius.


His first feature film was Independence Day (1996, as Dr. Brackish Okun). He was 47 when he starred in this movie. Since 1996, he has appeared in 36 feature films. The last one is The Ponder Heart (2001). In this movie, we watched him in the Dorris Grabney character .

His first TV Show was

When his last album Live from Uranus released, he was 52 years old. This album 'Live from Uranus' contains 28 tracks

His first album Sunday in the Park with George (Original Broadway Cast Recording) released 37 years ago, he was 34 years old. There were 18 songs in this album.


He graduated from University Of Houston

Penny Dreadful: Brent Spiner Joins Showtime Series - 2 years ago

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‘Star Trek: Picard’ to Feature Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan - 1 year ago

“Star Trek: Picard” is bringing back some familiar faces.

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‘Star Trek: Picard': Brent Spiner and Jeri Ryan to Reprise Roles in New Series (Video) - 1 year ago

The star of “Star Trek: Next Generation” Brent Spiner along with “Star Trek: Voyager’s” Jeri Ryan, are reprising their original series roles alongside Patrick Stewart in the new series “Star Trek: Picard.

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Jeri Ryan, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner return for Star Trek: Picard - 1 year ago

The first trailer for Star Trek: Picardreintroduces Patrick Stewart’s Jean-Luc Picard back to the Trek continuum. The captain of the USS Enterprise last appeared 2002’s Star Trek: Nemesis. The trailer also reveals Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine, and Brent Spiner potentially playing B-4, the prototype for his The Next Generation android character, Data.

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Brent Spiner talks Las Vegas ‘Star Trek’ convention - 1 year ago

The actor, known for his portrayal of the android Data, will perform a concert in conjunction with the convention, returning Wednesday at the Rio.

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Brent Spiner explains how Patrick Stewart's pronunciation of "Data" changed how Americans say the word - 1 year ago

Americans mostly used to say "daa-ta", as Brent Spiner relates in an appearance at Big Apple Comic Con earlier this year. Now they mostly say "day-ta". It's all because Patrick Stewart won an argument at the first reading of the first episode of Star Trek, The Next Generation.

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Brent Spiner Admits He Was Surprised To Be Back For Picard - 1 year ago

Star Trek: Picard is bringing back several familiar faces, including Will Riker and his wife Deanna, along with Seven of Nine fromStar Trek: Voyager. But perhaps the most enticing return belongs to the fan favorite android, Data.While speaking at a recent Destination Star Trek Birmingham event, Brent Spiner noted that he truly believed his time as Data was done with 2002’sStar Trek: Nemesis.

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The Fare Star Brinna Kelly Talks Filmmaking, The Twilight Zone, and Brent Spiner [Exclusive] - 1 year ago

From Epic Pictures, the new Hitchcockian romance movie The Fare is now available on VOD and Blu-ray. Directed by D. C. Hamilton, the movie follows a cabbie who finds himself caught in an endless time loop with a woman who climbs into his cab for a ride. In addition to co-starring in the movie with Gino Anthony Pesi, Brinna Kelly also wrote and directed The Fare. To find out more about what went into the movie, we spoke with Kelly about The Fare and her time as a filmmaker.

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The Reason Brent Spiner Came Back as Data for Star Trek: Picard - 1 year ago

Wake has been a freelance writer for the past several years now and has continued to do what he loves to do while attempting to get his work out to the masses. His greatest loves in life are writing, being a family man, and entertaining readers with his take on pop culture as it continues to change throughout the years.

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Holy lineup shuffle! Adam West, Brent Spiner out for Ottawa ComicCon, John Cusack in - 1 year ago

As crews begin preparations for next weekend’s Ottawa ComicCon, organizers have been forced to reshuffle the list of expected guests as personal conflicts are preventing some from visiting the nation’s capital.

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Brent Spiner feared he was ‘too old to play’ ageless Data in ‘Star Trek: Picard’ - 1 year ago

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Star Trek Favorite Brent Spiner Insists He'll Never Play Data Again After Picard - 1 year ago

It would appear we have seen the last of Brent Spiner as Data in the Star Trek universe. After playing the role across multiple television show iterations and several Star Trek movies, Spiner established Data as one of the most beloved characters among all fans of the series. Speaking about the role in a new interview, Spiner makes it clear he's never going to play the character again, but that doesn't mean the actor is finished with the franchise. Because we'll be discussing the events of Star Trek: Picard below, know that major SPOILERS lie ahead for those who have yet to catch up on the series.

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Star Trek: Brent Spiner Shares High Praise for Picard's Finale - 1 year ago

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Star Trek: Brent Spiner Says He's Done Playing Data | CBR - 1 year ago

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Brent Spiner Insists That Star Trek: Picard Is His Final Performance As Data - 1 year ago

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Brent Spiner won't play Data again in Star Trek - 1 year ago

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When is Spiner's next birthday?

Brent Spiner was born on the , which was a Wednesday. He will be turning 73 in only 232 days from today (15 June, 2021).

Brent Spiner net worth

He has a net worth of 16 million dollars.

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Birth name of Brent Spiner is Brent Jay Spiner