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Jeri Lynn Ryan, geborene Zimmermann ist eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin. Sie wurde vor allem durch ihre Rolle als Seven of Nine in der Fernsehserie Star Trek: Raumschiff Voyager bekannt. Jeri Lynn Ryan, geborene Zimmermann (* Februar in München) ist eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin. Sie wurde vor allem durch ihre Rolle als Seven of Nine in der Fernsehserie. Jeri Ryan ist eine amerikanische Schauspielerin. Entdecke ihre Comeback in "Star Trek: Picard": Kennen sich Seven Of Nine und Picard. NEWS - Serien im. Jeri Ryan ist eine US-Schauspielerin bekannt als Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Voyager und Ronniein Boston Public. Biographie, Fotos, Videos & mehr. Auch wenn man es der Schauspielerin nicht ansehen mag, Jeri Ryan wird 50 Als Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Voyager oder Ronnie Cooke in. Februar in München, Bayern, Deutschland als Jeri Lynn Zimmermann 52 Jahre alt) ist eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin. Sie spielte Seven of Nine in. - Für den Roman siehe Seven of Nine (Roman) Seven of Nine, tertiäres Attribut von Unimatrix 01, für gewöhnlich meist nur Seven genannt, ist eine.
Februar in München) ist eine US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, die vor allem durch ihre Rolle als Seven of Nine in der Fernsehserie Star Trek. Auch wenn man es der Schauspielerin nicht ansehen mag, Jeri Ryan wird 50 Als Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Voyager oder Ronnie Cooke in. Jeri Ryan ist eine US-Schauspielerin bekannt als Seven of Nine in Star Trek: Voyager und Ronniein Boston Public. Biographie, Fotos, Videos & mehr.
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Kimberly Phoenix. Jessica Devlin credit only. Her romantic life is a mystery due to her Borg emotional restrictions; she does proposition Harry Kim but he turns her down.
Later on, with the Doctor's assistance, she tries dating other crew unsuccessfully, while later exploring intimate relationships with a hologram of Chakotay.
Finally, in "Endgame" she is involved in a romantic relationship with Chakotay which includes at least three dates and a first kiss.
In one alternate timeline they married before her death, and in another she is killed along with the rest of the Voyager crew " Timeless ".
Seven of Nine, again played by Ryan, appears as a recurring character in the series Star Trek: Picard. Set more than twenty years after the finale of Voyager , Seven is a member of the Fenris Rangers, a peacekeeping organization active near the former Romulan Neutral Zone.
Following the third season of Star Trek: Voyager , the production team decided that the main cast character of Kes was to be dropped from the show.
It was decided that Captain Kathryn Janeway needed a contrasting character, and so Seven of Nine was developed to fill this role.
After being cast, actress Jeri Ryan acknowledged she had hardly even seen Star Trek , and had no idea what the Borg were. To prepare her, the producers gave her a copy of Star Trek: First Contact and the Star Trek Encyclopedia the day before she was due to test for the part.
Her audition process consisted of two readings for the producers before Ryan was asked to come in to talk through the part with the executive producers, Jeri Taylor , Rick Berman , and Brannon Braga.
Following this, she tested for the network and was told that her option had been picked up. And one of the original characters was being written out pretty much at the same time I was being added.
But the cast was terrific, and very welcoming. Her hairstyling usually took as long as that combined.
In the following years, the Voyager writers wrote several plot lines revolving around Seven's exploration of the positive and negative sides of human individuality.
She also remarked that "combining non-human qualities with an attractive human appearance," as in Seven's character, was a great move by the producers.
Ryan was concerned that it could have turned out to be "Seven's sexual escapades on Voyager ". Although Seven was originally introduced as a foil for Captain Janeway, with the two of them proving to be very adversarial, they gained mutual respect as time went by.
Ryan later described this as a mother-daughter relationship on the show, although she said that the writers had managed to make the character into more of an unruly teenager.
He felt that his character, along with Harry Kim , Tuvok and Neelix , had been overlooked. Following the end of Voyager , Ryan joined the main cast of Boston Public , comparing her new character of Ronnie with Seven of Nine, saying "[Seven] had all of these emotions, she just wasn't comfortable expressing them, and didn't really know how to express them; Ronnie, my character on Boston Public, is quite comfortable expressing them, and is fairly free with her expressions, I think.
So it's going to be a lot of fun. It's going to be much more free, as far as the acting style. This outfit took some two-and-a-half hours for Ryan to get into, but an error was made in measuring the outfit by not taking into account the prosthetics that she was required to wear for the part.
This cut off the blood supply through her carotid artery , causing her to pass out on two occasions.
After a nurse was called twice to supply oxygen, the costume was modified to stop it from happening again. Once the character had the majority of the Borg implants removed, a new costume was required.
The brown costume is a thicker, stronger fabric. It's not quite so clingy, so the waist doesn't have to be cinched in.
One of the major remaining pieces of Borg technology that Ryan continued to wear for the part was what she described as "That little thing over my eye".
Sometimes, it's my cranial implant. Sometimes, it's my ocular implant. Seven of Nine's backstory was explained during the course of Star Trek: Voyager.
This trip lasted for three years during which time they encountered the Borg and, using a transwarp conduit, followed a cube to the Delta Quadrant.
Annika's father developed technology to allow the ship to remain undetected by the aliens, and even to allow them to board the Borg vessel; but after an ion storm struck the vessel, the Borg detected the family and assimilated them.
Annika was placed into a Borg maturation chamber for the next few years, during which time she joined the collective. This caused their individualities to resurface over time, which caused Seven to panic due to her relative inexperience with individuality, and created a temporary hive mind between the four of them until they were retrieved by the Borg.
Seven of Nine first appears in the second part of " Scorpion " at the start of the fourth season. She is chosen by the Borg to communicate verbally with Captain Janeway so that together they can develop a weapon to defeat Species After a Borg cube destroys itself to save Voyager , Seven is transported aboard the Federation ship.
Janeway is injured, leaving Chakotay in command—but he distrusts Seven and the Borg and after he refuses to work with her, she sends the vessel into fluidic space to force them to develop the weapon.
Just before doing so, Chakotay decompresses the cargo bay, killing the remaining Borg with the exception of Seven. Janeway recovers and works with Seven and the Doctor to develop the weapon and defeat an attack by Species With their alliance ended, Seven attempts to assimilate the crew but they override her neural connection to the Collective.
Seven leaves sick bay to help repair the ship, and while working she attempts to communicate with the Collective, but is stopped by Kes.
She is placed in the brig where she and Captain Janeway have a heart-to-heart discussion. Following the departure of Kes, they attempt to integrate Seven into the crew.
Seven immediately comes into conflict with Chief Engineer B'Elanna Torres in "Day of Honor" and puts Voyager in danger when the Caatati steal the warp drive and hold it hostage for supplies and Seven herself.
Instead, she builds a thorium generator to power their vessel, which the Caatati accept in exchange for the core and for allowing the rescue of Torres and Lt.
Tom Paris. The aliens won't allow Voyager to enter their space, but Tuvok and Paris cross the border in another shuttle and head in pursuit. Tuvok beams across to Seven's shuttle, where she explains she's following a homing beacon.
They head to a planet where the wreckage of the USS Raven is crashed on the surface. They transport down and Seven recognises it as her parents' vessel.
The B'omar attack but Voyager comes to their aid and the crew depart. Janeway tells Seven that her parents' research records are in the ship's databanks; Seven replies that she might read them someday.
After some time, Seven begins to question why Captain Janeway continues to make contact with alien species as they travel back to Earth, as it often results in incidents.
Janeway explains that Voyager' s purpose is exploration and will continue that mission despite any problems that might occur. This results in the first successful communication with Starfleet since Voyager was stranded in the Delta Quadrant, although it does also result in angering an alien race upon first contact; the Hirogen had claimed the platform for their own.
Tuvok and Seven transport aboard the array to speed the downloading of the messages, but are captured and tortured by the aliens.
They are rescued by Voyager , but the communications array is destroyed. When the Hirogen threaten Voyager , Seven disobeys Janeway's command and transports the alien aboard a Hirogen ship.
In response, the Captain punishes her by restricting her computer access and curfews her to the cargo bay where her Borg regeneration unit is set-up.
In " Retrospect ", the Doctor accidentally causes Seven to relive repressed memories of while she was Borg. She confers these memories onto an alien she had just met, and the local authorities seek his arrest.
The crew realise what has happened, but he is killed before he can be told he is innocent. She is the first member of the crew who has her memories restored by the Doctor, and helps Janeway bring about a truce with the Hirogen.
The Captain wants to destroy them under Starfleet standing orders, while Seven seeks to harness them as the Borg consider the particles to be near perfection.
This experience results in her seeking out the company of other crew members more frequently. Seven has her first experience of motherhood to some degree when, in the episode " Drone ", a transporter accident combines her nanoprobes with the Doctor's holoemitter.
This results in the creation of One, a Borg with 29th-century technology, whom Seven helps adjust to life on board Voyager.
Seven of Nine plot is nice but it's not the main plot of the book. As always there are two plots to follow. Even if the title of the book is "Seven of nine" and one of the plot si Senven based the book is not adding new info on Seven character.
It's a good read for a trekker. May 01, Gabriel Mero rated it it was amazing. The storyline was engaging and the characterizations were spot-on.
Fans of Seven of Nine will love this book. An enjoyable, fun read. I've enjoyed other books written by Christie Golden, and she doesn't disappoint here.
Felt like an episode of Voyager. Jun 17, Abby Luitwieler rated it it was amazing. One of my favorite trek books.
To the point that I sometimes mix up plot points with the book and think they're from episodes. Jun 29, Monique rated it really liked it.
This was so fun. I love that we got to experience more creative alien races than the typical humanoids we saw on the show. Oct 15, Erik rated it liked it Shelves: sci-fi , star-trek , reviewed , star-trek-voy.
Like you would expect based on the title, this book is all about Seven of Nine, taking place sometime in season 4 when she was still relatively new to the crew.
The writing for the characters is as honest and accurate as all of Christie Golden's Voyager books and entertaining to read.
The plot is similar to a later season 5 episode and Seven begins seeing ravens and having memory lapses where she takes on the personality of people she helped assimilate as a Borg.
It's a strong story that focuses Like you would expect based on the title, this book is all about Seven of Nine, taking place sometime in season 4 when she was still relatively new to the crew.
It's a strong story that focuses on Seven's character and I really enjoyed reading it, even if some of the other characters were pushed aside it felt appropriate since the book was about her.
Apr 19, Natalie rated it really liked it Shelves: e-book , sci-fi-fantasy. A pity Infinite Regress coincided with this story but then again, the TV episode did help visualise the book.
I just wish there were more character-centric books like this. Jun 02, Jimyanni rated it really liked it Shelves: star-trek.
Not a bad read, although it has a dreadfully bland and uninteresting title; yes, Seven of Nine is a major character arguably, THE major character in the book, but naming it "Seven of Nine" shows an amazing lack of creative spark.
Or "Payback". If I can toss out all of these suggestions off Not a bad read, although it has a dreadfully bland and uninteresting title; yes, Seven of Nine is a major character arguably, THE major character in the book, but naming it "Seven of Nine" shows an amazing lack of creative spark.
If I can toss out all of these suggestions off the top of my head within 45 seconds of starting to think about it, surely SOMEBODY could have brainstormed something more creative and clever than "Seven of Nine" before sending this one off to print; that would have done for a working title until something better presented itself, but there's really no excuse for it being the final title.
Other than that, it's a perfectly standard Voyager story, no better or worse than most; since I like Voyager stories in general, that gets it four stars from me; if the concept of a Voyager story doesn't start out as a better than average read for you, it won't rate that highly for you.
This will rate wherever you consider the standard, run-of-the-mill Voyager story at least, the standard Voyager story from the Seven of Nine era rates for you.
Nov 14, Conan Tigard rated it really liked it. Seven of Nine appears to take place during the fifth season of the show, and Seven of Nine has been onboard for about one year.
Finally, a book starring the most popular character on Star Trek: Voyager. What I really liked about this book was how it tied into one of the episodes of the television series where Seven saw a raven.
Christie Golden does an excellent job portraying the crew of Voyager. The storyline she has come up with is intriguing and has a heck of an ending that I didn't see comin Seven of Nine appears to take place during the fifth season of the show, and Seven of Nine has been onboard for about one year.
The storyline she has come up with is intriguing and has a heck of an ending that I didn't see coming. Some of the aliens Golden comes up with are quite intriguing and she does a wonderful job of mixing it in with the ever infamous Borg.
The book moves quickly and reads very well. It is delightful to get into more of her past and get to know what makes her who she is.
I rated this book an 8 out of Shelves: interesting-protagonists , didn-t-finish , star-trek , not-my-canon.
Did not finish. I stopped reading as soon as I realized the plot was "Infinite Regress," one of my personal favorite episodes. Golden might have written this book first, and if so then I appreciate she at least came up with an amazing idea.
But "Infinite Regress" executed it far better. Also really not a fan of Lyssa Campbell. I always found that "lower decks" character very bland and needless, when there were canon recurring shipmates that needed development and far more interesting possibilitie Did not finish.
I always found that "lower decks" character very bland and needless, when there were canon recurring shipmates that needed development and far more interesting possibilities for new characters.
I understand that being more creative would run the risk of contradicting future episodes, if the book is being written while the show is still on; but I'd personally say it's better to write a great book that later becomes a contradiction than play it safe and keep introducing bland average-Earth-joes for the lower decks.
I have to say that this was a good look into the mind of Seven of Nine and the fact that little Annaika Hanson is still within her even though she dosn't let anyone know it.
It also remindes me of the series episode the Raven where Seven was drawn back to her lost ship. Needless to say it was an enjoyible read. Jan 01, Elizabeth rated it really liked it.
I thought it was very good- it could have easily been an episode on the show. I'm a fan of Seven so I loved seeing her development as a human.
This was a perfect NYE read for me! This story concentrates on Seven of Nine. Voyager comes across a group of refugees that help them cut through red tape.
Seven starts to hallucinate for no reason. This is a fun enough story that really looks at the impact being a borg had on 7 and the people she assimilated.
A good read. Dec 04, Audrey added it Shelves: fiction , specfic-scifi-and-fantasy , star-trek. Read this during my high school obsession with Star Trek.
I absolutely cannot remember a thing about it, whether good or bad, hence, no rating. Jul 10, Abby Nim added it. One of my favorites. Finally Seven has a book to herself.
Jul 25, Mikael Kuoppala rated it really liked it. A rather short novel that doesn't waste its time with the sorytelling.
Packed with interesting concepts. Jul 27, John rated it it was amazing. Excellent ST book. Christie Golden is one of the finest ST Novelists out there.
Mar 26, Lisa rated it liked it Shelves: sci-fi. I can't say I've ever been fond of Seven as a character and this didn't change that.
Not the best from this author in this universe, which is disappointing and surprising as I usually love her work.
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