Trek After Dark interviews Pat Tallman, Babylon 5’s Lyta Alexander who has appeared in over 50 episodes of Star Trek!
Patricia is perhaps best known for her work in the 1990 cult classic “Night of The Living Dead” as Barbara, the beleaguered heroine. Some may argue she is best known for her role as Lyta Alexander in the Hugo Award winning series, Babylon 5. Either way, she has been swept into a career that features horror and Science Fiction projects. She is less recognizable, but no less memorable, as the Horror Hag in Evil Dead III, Army of Darkness. Pat was featured in the Los Angeles Sci Fest of Plays.
Fans make a game of spotting her in the over 50 appearances in the Star Trek franchises: ST:TNG, DS9 and Voyager as well as the feature film “Generations”. Zombie fans will enjoy “Dead Air”, and sci fi fans may enjoy Pat’s book “Pleasure Thresholds, Patricia Tallman’s Babylon 5 Memoirs” , currently in its second printing!
To get your own copy of Pleasure Thresholds, please go to questretreats.com and click on Pleasure Thresholds in the menu.
Her recent work is helping people bring magic back into their lives. She has been leading people on epic quests to live their dreams of adventure, check her site www.QuestRetreats.com for the next adventures!
Pat’s other projects include starring in the sci-fi audio thriller series “Anne Manx”, playing the evil badass, Lt. Jean Richmond.
Her favorite role is that of mother to her son, Julian.
Equally important to Patricia is her fund-raising activities for the children of Penny Lane. Through her efforts within the Science Fiction & horror community, Pat and her fans have contributed more than $750,000 to Penny Lane over the past several years. Since 1996, Pat, her friends, family and fans have made a holiday happen for the Penny Lane kids through the Be A Santa program. You can go to www.beasanta.org to join in the fun!
Fans can connect with Pat on her blog www.QuestRetreats.com, her Facebook/PatriciaTallmanPage , @Quest.Retreats4Nerds on Instagram, or on Twitter @patriciatallman.