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| Date of birth = {{d|29|October|1928}}
 
| Date of birth = {{d|29|October|1928}}
 
| Place of birth = Los Angeles, California, USA
 
| Place of birth = Los Angeles, California, USA
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| Date of death = {{d|21|September|2019}}
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| Place of death = Los Angeles, California, USA
 
| Roles = [[:Category:Performers|Actor]]
 
| Roles = [[:Category:Performers|Actor]]
 
| Characters = [[Sub-Commander]] [[Tal]]<br/>[[Vulcan 22nd century priest 1|Vulcan priest]]
 
| Characters = [[Sub-Commander]] [[Tal]]<br/>[[Vulcan 22nd century priest 1|Vulcan priest]]
 
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'''Jack Donner''' {{born|29|October|1928}} is the actor who made his first ''Star Trek'' appearance as [[Sub-Commander]] [[Tal]] in the {{s|1}} [[TOS Season 1|first season]] episode {{e|The Enterprise Incident}}. He filmed his scenes on Friday {{d|21|June|1968}} at [[Desilu Stage 9]]. Thirty-six years later, he portrayed the [[Vulcan 22nd century priest 1|Vulcan priest]] in the [[ENT Season 4|fourth season]] {{s|6}} episodes {{e|Home}} and {{e|Kir'Shara}}.
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'''Jack Donner''' {{born|29|October|1928|died|21|September|2019}} was the actor who made his first ''Star Trek'' appearance as [[Sub-Commander]] [[Tal]] in the {{s|TOS}} [[TOS Season 1|first season]] episode {{e|The Enterprise Incident}}. He filmed his scenes on Friday {{d|21|June|1968}} at [[Desilu Stage 9]]. Thirty-six years later, he portrayed the [[Vulcan 22nd century priest 1|Vulcan priest]] in the {{s|ENT}} [[ENT Season 4|fourth season]] episodes {{e|Home}} and {{e|Kir'Shara}}.
   
Other television shows he has guest starred in include ''The Man from U.N.C.L.E.'', ''Mission: Impossible'', ''Kojak'', ''Frasier'', ''Charmed'', ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'', ''Malcolm in the Middle'' and ''Roswell''.
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Along with [[Majel Barrett]], [[Joseph Ruskin]], [[Vince Deadrick]] and [[Clint Howard]], he is one of only five actors to appear in both TOS and ENT. He and Deadrick are the only ones of the five who did not appear on {{s|DS9}}.
   
Along with [[Majel Barrett]], [[Joseph Ruskin]], [[Vince Deadrick]] and [[Clint Howard]], he is one of only five actors to appear in both TOS and ENT. He and Deadrick are the only ones of the five who did not appear on {{s|4}}.
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==Career==
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Other television shows he has guest starred in include ''The Man from U.N.C.L.E.'', ''Mission: Impossible'', ''Kojak'', ''Frasier'', ''Charmed'', ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'', ''Malcolm in the Middle'' and ''Roswell''.
   
 
Along with [[Lee Delano]], Donner founded the Oxford Theater in Los Angeles, a playhouse and acting school. Their students included {{w|Don Johnson}}, {{w|Craig T. Nelson}} and {{w|Barry Levinson}}.
 
Along with [[Lee Delano]], Donner founded the Oxford Theater in Los Angeles, a playhouse and acting school. Their students included {{w|Don Johnson}}, {{w|Craig T. Nelson}} and {{w|Barry Levinson}}.

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Jack Donner (29 October 192821 September 2019; age 90) was the actor who made his first Star Trek appearance as Sub-Commander Tal in the Star Trek: The Original Series first season episode "The Enterprise Incident". He filmed his scenes on Friday 21 June 1968 at Desilu Stage 9. Thirty-six years later, he portrayed the Vulcan priest in the Star Trek: Enterprise fourth season episodes "Home" and "Kir'Shara".

Along with Majel Barrett, Joseph Ruskin, Vince Deadrick and Clint Howard, he is one of only five actors to appear in both TOS and ENT. He and Deadrick are the only ones of the five who did not appear on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

Career

Other television shows he has guest starred in include The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Mission: Impossible, Kojak, Frasier, Charmed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Malcolm in the Middle and Roswell.

Along with Lee Delano, Donner founded the Oxford Theater in Los Angeles, a playhouse and acting school. Their students included Don Johnson, Craig T. Nelson and Barry Levinson.

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