Dorothy Catherine 'DC' Fontana, first female 'Star Trek' writer, passes away at 80
Wednesday, 4 December 2019 Dorothy Catherine 'DC' Fontana, the first female writer for 'Star Trek', passed away. She was 80. According to the Star Trek website, Fontana died on Monday evening following a short illness.
The writer penned numerous stories for the original "Star Trek" TV series, and developed one of its signature characters, Spock. She...
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