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The 16 Most Surprising STAR TREK Klingon Transformations of All Time.

The 16 Most Surprising STAR TREK Klingon Transformations of All Time.

Have you checked out the most astonishing Klingon transformations on Star Trek? Firstly, who are they?
They are the most renowned villains who appeared in Star Trek. Beginning as Cold War Soviets and turning into ferocious and right-minded fighters. Their physical attributes are unique-bushy eyebrows, dark skin and excess of facial hair. There have been innumerable faces that have appeared as the villains of the show but below is the list of few actors who have turned out to be the surprising transformations of them-

#16. Michael Dorn as Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation

Do you remember CHIPs and Days of Our Lives? Can you recall the smart actor Michael Dorn? Of course, yes!
Well, after attempting for a walk-on role on Star Trek: The Next Generation, he got chosen to be a regular actor because of his performance. No one can actually recognize him in his misshapen teeth, domed head and long hair.

#15. Christopher Plummer as General Chang in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

Christopher Plummer after having sung in Sound of Music played one of the most frightening Klingons on Strek Trek. He demanded to shrug off the usual wig and give him a slight dire makeup. And that bolted eye patch on his left eye makes him even more handsome.

#14. David Warner as Gorkon in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

David Warner is one of the actors who is famously known for his Shakespearean roles. Being a member of the Royal Shakespearean Theatre, he has played roles from Hamlet to Cinna the Poet in Julius Caesar. No doubt he is listed in the most popular Klingons on Star Trek after appearing in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

#13. Robert O’Reilly as Gowron in Star Trek: The Next Generation

After playing villains on Cheers, Knight Rider, Sledge Hammer!, MacGyver, In the Heat of the Night, NYPD Blue and Dallas, he played the Klingon on Star Trek with his “that crazy loon eyeball thing” which is his eye popping out and flying across the room.



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