The actor René Auberjonois is dead. Like his son Remy-Luc Auberjonois toldHis father died on December 8, 2019 in Los Angeles from lung cancer. Auberjonois was 79 years old.
René Auberjonois learned the show at Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania and appeared in several musicals before his acting career. He won a Tony Award, one of the most important awards for actors in musicals and plays.
His first appearance in a feature film was in 1970 in MASH, directed by Robert Altman. Auberjonois should still appear in other feature films of the director.
Star Trek career started in the early 1990s
After several supporting roles in other feature films and US television productions such as Benson Auberjonois appeared in the early 1990s for the first time in a Star Trek production: In the movie Star Trek VI he played a Colonel, but was only briefly to see. That should change from 1993: Until 1999, the actor played the role of Odo in the series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
The figure of the form converter changed over the years to a quite complex role. Auberjonois was also a guest at conventions after the end of his Star Trek career, so big Star Trek meetings where Trekkies the actors can experience live.
In the 2000s, the actor in the law firm Boston Legal took over the role of Paul Lewiston, between 2010 and 2014, he also appeared in the series Warehouse 13 on. Auberjonois leaves a wife and two children.