Leonard Nimoy’s kids and William Shatner on Sunday have been amongst those that paid tribute to the late Star Trek legend, noting it has been seven years since he handed away.
The actor and director Nimoy was finest identified across the globe for his position as Spock, each on the unique Star Trek tv sequence and in a number of franchise movies. His remaining movie position was as Spock in 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness. He died Feb. 27, 2015, on the age of 83.
“Though Dad left us seven years ago today, he’s still very much on our minds. May we embrace his memory and Mr. Spock’s message of logic and peace. Love to all, Adam. #StarTrek #LLAP,” his son, Adam, wrote on Twitter, together with an image of his father from Adam’s youth.
Nimoy’s daughter, Julie, additionally posted a message and film of her father. “Remembering my dad @TheRealNimoy on the seventh year of his passing. Dad, you are hugely missed, especially your warm and loving hugs. Your memory lives on – always and forever. @nimoycopdfilm @StarTrek #LLAP,” penned Julie.
Capt. Kirk actor Shatner posted an image of the 2 embracing with the message: “Leonard. 3/26/31 -2/27/15.”
The workplace Star Trek Twitter account additionally marked the solemn event. “Remembering one of #StarTrek’s greatest icons #LLAP #StarTrekFamily,” learn the franchise’s message.
See the aforementioned tributes to Nimoy under.
Though Dad left us seven years in the past immediately, he’s nonetheless very a lot on our minds. May we embrace his reminiscence and Mr. Spock’s message of logic and peace. Love to all, Adam. #StarTrek #LLAP ???? pic.twitter.com/e9cCBqCWAZ
— Adam Nimoy (@adam_nimoy) February 27, 2022
Remembering my dad @TheRealNimoy on the seventh yr of his passing. Dad, you’re massively missed, particularly your heat and loving hugs. Your reminiscence lives on – at all times and ceaselessly. ❤️ @nimoycopdfilm @StarTrek #LLAP pic.twitter.com/2orGJzEg9n
— Julie Nimoy (@JulieNimoy) February 27, 2022
Leonard. 3/26/31 -2/27/15. ♥️ pic.twitter.com/lgU6BIeCGb
— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) February 27, 2022
— Star Trek (@StarTrek) February 27, 2022