Star Trek Icons Jeri Ryan, Michael Dorn & Doug Jones Join Amazing TrekTalks 3 Telethon Lineup

Some of the biggest names in Star Trek are joining this year’s TrekTalks 3 telethon with awesome panels to support the Hollywood Food Coalition.

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Summary

  • TrekTalks 3 is a live-streamed telethon to benefit the Hollywood Food Coalition, with Star Trek actors and writers joining the lineup.
  • Last year’s TrekTalks raised an impressive $107,000 for the Hollywood Food Coalition.
  • Jeri Ryan, Michael Dorn, Doug Jones, and Brannon Braga will be part of the 2024 TrekTalks telethon.


Three of Star Trek‘s most iconic actors, as well as one of Star Trek‘s most successful writers/executive producers, are joining the amazing TrekTalks 3 lineup. The third annual TrekTalks is a live-streamed telethon to benefit the Hollywood Food Coalition. Taking donations from fans and viewers, TrekTalks 3‘s mission is to feed and serve the immediate needs of the hungry every day of the year so that they can build better lives. Star Trek: Enterprise’s John Billingsley and Star Trek: Prodigy’s Bonnie Gordon are co-hosting the live event featuring over 60 Star Trek celebrity guests. Last year’s TrekTalks raised an astonishing $107,000 to benefit the Hollywood Food Coalition.

TrekTalks 3 is pleased to announce Jeri Ryan and Michael Dorn from Star Trek: Picard season 3, Doug Jones from Star Trek: Discovery, and Star Trek writer and executive producer Brannon Braga will be part of the 2024 TrekTalks live-streamed telethon. Jones, who plays Saru on Star Trek: Discovery, will serve as guest headliner. Ryan, who plays Seven of Nine, and Dorn, who plays Worf, will be part of an all-star panel looking back at Star Trek: Picard season 3. Braga will join Star Trek: Prodigy executive producers Kevin and Dan Hageman and Aaron J. Waltke in a Producing Star Trek panel.

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Source: TrekTalks