Roger Holloway

Roger Holloway

infobox actor

occupation=Television actor

Roger Holloway is an American television actor who portrayed the recurring character Lt. Lemli on . The name "Lemli" comes from the first names of William Shatner's daughters, Leslie, Melanie and Lisabeth. He went uncredited as the character for 31 episodes (including such classics as The Tholian Web and Who Mourns for Adonais?) before the series' final episode, "Turnabout Intruder" in 1969, as well as receiving his only spoken line.

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