You may remember that mildly funny scene in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country where Uhura, Scotty and Chekov have to speak Klingon in order to pass by Morska Station on the way to rescue Kirk and McCoy from Rura Penthe.
They are picked up on sensors by two half cut Klingon’s supping from bottles of ale, warning them not to pick up any bugs on the way through Klingon space.
One of those Klingon’s, credited as “Sleepy Klingon” (the one with all the dialogue) was played by David Orange, a veteran actor with co-starring roles in two Broadway plays, numerous guest star TV roles and over 300 television commercials.
David is also a writer of screenplays, journalism, wine, food and entertainment magazines in addition to have optioned screenplays. His second novel was released Oct. 7, 2014
I received a brief email from David, giving me a little information about his novel “Mine Game” which is available to download as an eBook here and which is soon to be released in paperback form soon.
Celebrity Carla Cobra’s painful past resurfaces when she’s sent a play script titled MINE GAME. The searing drama thinly disguises how her stepbrother, a landmine engineer in Vietnam, was killed because of an American soldier. Carla, raging over the author’s gall, prevents her family from learning about the play, or of her secret relationship with her stepbrother. She searches for clues to the author’s identity and when she encounters him, playwright Jeremy Jenson lures her to perform in the stage play, sparking anger in her younger stepbrother and his father, leading to an explosive consequence. Can anyone save this family from a secret that will not die?
Again, the ebook can be downloaded here starting at $3.99