Star Trek VI - the Undiscovered Country role of Wolten "Sleepy Klingon"
...and numerous other film and Broadway roles
Writer- published novels
THIS CEMETERY IS MINE
MUTANT SPECIMEN L
THE POWDER MERCHANT
MUTANT SPECIMEN L - novel video trailer, Eternal Press - 1 minute 20 seconds
MUTANT SPECIMEN L
a survivalist horror novel by David Orange
A powerful grotesque lab Creature capable of medical marvels escapes though continues to share a secret, magical relationship with a small boy.
Critic Reviews of Mutant Specimen L:
"Star Trek and sci-fi fans should know: David Orange has come a long way from his Sleepy Klingon days of Star Trek VI, and this venture into "horror with a heart" is a spellbinder with the ignored science undertones of our times. His fourth tale is part "Frankenstein," part "Devil in the Dark"—and all based on a real-world eco-crisis that is truly looming in Florida. Grab it before it grabs you."
—Larry "Dr. Trek" Nemecek, best-selling author of "The Official Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion," "Star Trek: Stellar Cartography," producer of "The Con of Wrath" documentary, and host/historian based at his Treklandblog.com
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Mutant Specimen L is a powerfully insightful novel into the possibilities of genetic manipulations and mutations. This fast-paced, action/adventure goes beyond mere science fiction into the realm of speculative fiction, a novel that struggles with basic ethics and causes and probabilities. It is a novel which challenges face-on, the basic question of what if? The answers are not very appetizing. Perhaps it’s an answer we really don’t want to know or accept. Perhaps we really don't want to speculate. After all, the result can be devastatingly gruesome and downright scary.
--Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford, award-winning author of To Be a Duke, reviewer for Prairie Journal and Writers Who Rock.
A New Yorker Becomes a Heavenly Sensation as a Gifted Spirit Medium
This Cemetery Is Mine
by David Orange
Wonderment, 17 e-pages, Short Story
A man buried in the famed Green-wood Cemetery in Brooklyn not only survives but is now able to communicate with the Spirits there, becoming more than just a medium to tormented souls with unfinished business.
a thriller romance novel
paperback edition: $13.99
Whiskey Creek Press
(a subsiderary of START PUBLISHING, NYC)
ISBN # 978-1-61160-845 -8
David Orange is a veteran actor with Broadway, film and television credits. He's also a published novelist and journalist and optioned screenplay writer.
contact David at: firstname.lastname@example.org for writing consultation, autographed Star Trek photo info, public appearance schedule, or to leave a message