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Published on Sep 17, 2009
Leonard Nimoy stopped over in Germany to promote Star Trek III. In this interview he confesses that while making the film his biggest problem was sleeping. He was excited doing it, with lots of ideas bumping around in his head. Because they wanted to keep it a secret whether or not Spock would return, Mr. Nimoy was wearing a disguise especially when filming on location that his own team sometimes failed to recognize him in. His hobby, he says, are people. He loves to interact and work with people and he loves his work in general. He considers himself a very lucky person because in the morning he gets up to do what he loves to do most, unlike many others who have to work to pay the bills. If his children had chosen to become actors like him, he would have been supportive, but it's a business that offers little in the way of security and he's glad they followed a different path. The last question is about Spock falling in love again.