Long Before He Was Spock, This Was Leonard Nimoy’s First Film Debut [VIDEO]

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Leonard Nimoy, famous for playing the pointy-eared Spock in the “Star Trek” franchise, died at his home Friday after being diagnosed with lung disease. He was 83.

But long before his science-fiction debut, Nimoy played a football player in the 1951 debut of “Queen for a Day.”

In the film adaptation of the radio and television game show, the credits spelled his name wrong, and called him Leonard Nemoy.


Read his full obituary here. (RELATED: Leonard Nimoy Dies At 83)