Celeste Yarnall, a celebrated actress of the Sixties and ’70s finest identified for her memorable switch on Superstar Wobble, has died. She changed into as soon as Seventy four.
The superior Superstar Wobble web role changed into as soon as the fundamental to story the news. In step with the positioning, Yarnall — who performed Yeoman Martha Landon on the October 1967 episode “The Apple” opposite Chekov (Walter Koenig) — died Sunday at her residence in Westlake Village, California, after a four-one year battle with ovarian cancer.
Yarnall’s husband, British artist Nazim Nazim, confirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter.
“She changed into as soon as supreme-attempting in every thing she did,” Nazim said. “She changed into as soon as my beloved queen.”
Yarnall, who moreover looked opposite Elvis Presley in the 1968 movie Are residing a Miniature, Like a Miniature, chronicled her cancer battle on StarTrek.com, writing several guest columns after she changed into as soon as diagnosed in unhurried 2014.
“My physician has some animated issues for me deliberate, as we banked a limited of my tumor for future use to scheme a vaccine to provide me to support my physique protect itself in distinction cancer,” she wrote in her first entry, in February 2015. “Here’s terribly costly and never lined by insurance protection and I will receive to gallop probably by air to Texas to derive these footage customarily. He has totally different issues in mind, too, but all over again this requires your support.”
“Please be part of me on my gallop so as that I will derive better and derive serve out on this planet and be of support to others, which is what I love doing finest, via my books, deepest appearances, speaking engagements, movie manufacturing and on and on,” she continued. “Nonetheless I will attain and serve of us to support themselves personally and support our planet arrive together in oneness and peace, I want to attain it, and sharing my cancer myth is fragment of that.”
As well to her husband, Yarnall is survived by her daughter Cami, son-in-legislation Stephen and granddaughter Gaby, THR reviews.