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Hi, A Q uestion: I may drive an Audi Q5 in future. Therefore I possibly want to construct a sticker onto the boot to show the character Q. I found a nice picture out of Startrek. But I need to alter it a bit to have the white colour changed into transparent. Therefore is a copyright authorisation required. Where can I get it from? Who would be the appropriate partner for such a request? Thx……
Dear Mr. deLancie,
My grandaughter, who will be turning 13 on February 3rd, is very aware that your birthday is coming up in about 3 months. You are her hero. Elise is autistic, and has a natural ability for drawing cartoon people and writing stories to go with her drawings. She is very aware of you, and all of your many talents, and admires them very much. Please watch the birthday message she has for you on YouTube, and if you could find the time, a message from you to her would be so awesome, you would really make a little girl’s dream come true. She does not have an email, but if you send it to mine, Grandma will make sure she gets it. Here is the link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhyBlHQ-MMM , and from all of us, we wish you a very Happy Birthday!!!!!!
I’m a huge fan of yours. I’ve followed you through TNG, and Voyager.
Mr Delancie –
I just wanted to say Merry Christmas, and thank you for the entertainment. You’ve changed my life.
– Q aka Brian Scott Gregory
We met in Tucson when we worked on Legends of the West, I am in the initial stage of putting together a charity benefit, the Festival of Oral Literature and Music, which traces the evolution of story telling from the Aboriginal, to Classic, to Medieval, to Modern, in Mt. Tamborine, Australia, 3/27/18 – 4/1/18. The Mt. Tamborine Festival of Oral Literature and Music, backed by the Mt. Tamborine Symphony Orchestra – Chorus and the Gold Coast Symphony Orchestra and Chorus to benefit such as the Parkinson’s foundation. Could you be available for a guest appearance and or a story narration?
Hello Mr. de Lancie. In my childhood, I came across you in both My Little Pony as Discord, and then in Star Trek as Q. And now, I am writing a research paper into the My Little Pony side of things. What I am currently writing about is how such a show can teach children how to be human, considering the fact that there are no human characters (barring the movies). I hope that you will respond to this, as it would be interesting to hear from the perspective of someone who actually works in the show.
Hi 🙂 I’ve been watching BronyCons on Youtube and I’d really like to know about the debate that was discussed at BronyCon 2015. Someone asked if you’d seen the debate yesterday and you said ‘They’re not on your ( Bronies ) side. I’m really curious to know who ‘they’ are? Because I’m a Brony! My little girl and I love MLP and I’m thrilled to rediscover Q. She really doesn’t want to see Discord in real life, it would take the magic away for her, but I’m so looking forward to watching Star Trek with her in future years ( she’s only 6 ). Best wishes, looking forward to more Discord too xx
Mr. De Lancie
Your father, an accomplished and world respected Oboist, served in WWII and spoke with Richard Strauss while in Southern Germany about if he ever expected to write an Oboe Concerto. Mr. Strauss answered no, but did come out with one later. Strauss made sure the rights to the US premiere were assigned to your father, John. However, since John was a junior member of the Philadelphia Orchestra, by protocol he was not able to perform instead yielding to the principal oboist, Mr. Tabuteau. Fast forward to today, with Ricardo Pazo, an Oboe Professor in Superior Conservatory of Vigo in Spain writing a Thesis about Richard Strauss’ Oboe Concerto. Mr. Pazo contacted the 103d Infantry Division WWII Association requesting information about your father, however we have no record of the late John De Lancie serving with the 103d. We do know that he was an oboist with the US Army Band during WWII. Mr. Pazo wrote to seek information about your father’s relationship with Mr. Strauss and would appreciate any information you might be willing to provide regarding this matter. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I know this would be of immense help to Mr. Pazo and certainly a fitting tribute to the great work of your father as an oboe virtuoso. With deep honor and respect. Larry
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