Victor Lundin, World’s Original Klingon, Debuts Website For Fans Of All Ages
Los Angeles—January 23, 2007—While the answer to “Trekkie” trivia about who was the original Klingon can be found on Victor Lundin’s new website, there is so much more to the beloved star of the 1964 classic “Robinson Crusoe On Mars” and the contemporary television movie hit “The Theory of Everything” that resides on Lundin’s new website at www.VictorLundin.com .
Lundin has had a long career in Hollywood, acting in television shows from the era of “Batman,” “Get Smart,” and “Star Trek” through to today’s hits such as “Babylon 5” and “The Theory of Everything.” But it is obvious from the plethora of information on the site that Lundin is not resting in retirement. He has put his singing and songwriting talents to good use, completing two CD projects, “Little Owl” and “The Storyteller”, where he weaves his resonate voice with tale-spinning lyrics of spirituality that soothe the soul of every child.
In “The Theory of Everything” Victor Lundin is the star of the film in which he portrays a professor - Eugene Holland - a physicist working on a mathematical theory to scientifically prove God. “A pathway to God and to Heaven through science.” He tries to connect with his deceased wife on a higher dimension. Desperate to finish his work, as he is terminally ill, he connects with a son whom he had not seen since birth. And their journey together is one of healing, intrigue and discovery. The film has aired on Trinity Broadcasting Network. The website also has a history of photos and commentary that tracks Lundin’s career from 1955 to the present. Visit www.VictorLundin.com .
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