Michael Dorn was one of the first actors of the modern “Star Trek” era to enjoy a second act as his Klingon character, Worf, who joined “Deep Space Nine” with its fourth season last year. 1995, a year later “The Next Generation” finished its run. Shimerman and Dorn co-starred in “Deep Space Nine” together for the next four years, and Shimerman said at the conference that Dorn remained one of his closest friends and that they met “frequently.” So his comment about wanting to be paid as much as Dorn seems to be just a joke – maybe mixed with a bit of truth, from an actor who knows his worth in acting. as a profit-minded Ferengi.
In 2018, someone wanted to see Shimerman in full Quark again that they paid a handsome sum to take him and his original “Deep Space Nine” makeup artist, Karen Weserfield . standard, live-action “Trek” appearance for Quark or other “Deep Space Nine” characters.
René Auberjonois, who played Quark’s arch-nemesis, Odo, sadly passed away at the end of 2019, but there are other surviving “DS9” characters that might be nice to see again, such as Nana Visitor’s Kira, Alexander Siddig’s Dr. Bashir, or even Brooks’ Captain Sisko Avery, who ended the series with a promise to return in “maybe a year, maybe yesterday.” Until then, a simple HD reaster for “Deep Space Nine” would be great, and in the meantime we’ll watch the skies – and of course “Lower Decks” – for signs of life. live Klingon and Ferengi animation.
https://www.slashfilm.com/983387/it-would-take-michael-dorn-pay-to-get-armin-shimermans-quark-back-on-star-trek/ Michael Dorn Will Have To Pay To Get Armin Shimerman’s Quark Back On Star Trek