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Anthony Wynn is an author whose works include the Star Trek interview book "Conversations at Warp Speed" and "Remember with Advantages", the theatrical memoir of actor Barry Morse. His stage play Bernard and Bosie: A Most Unlikely Friendship, debuted in London, UK and has since been performed in New York, Sarasota, Florida, and Lexington, Kentucky.
Anthony is a veteran of the United States Air Force, with tours of duty in Louisiana, Texas, and to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Belgium. Later, his professional and personal interests merged when he returned to his home state of Oregon, assuming the position of Wing Historian for the 939th Rescue Wing of the Air Force Reserve in Portland. Anthony also worked for the Department of the Interior, serving 32 years as a Federal employee.
Anthony's interest in writing blossomed as editor of the "Reconnaissance Newsletter" and "Reconnaissance Quarterly", followed by "The Fleet Herald" for the Trek International [Star Trek] fan club. His first published article was an interview with actor Martin Landau published in SFTV magazine. His work has also been published in issues of FILMFAX magazine.
"Conversations at Warp Speed"
Conversations at Warp Speed was published by BearManor Media in 2012. The volume features interviews with actors and other personalities who were there at the inception of the original [Star Trek] television series, including Grace Lee Whitney, George Takei, and James Doohan. Also featured are other performers who appeared in later series and film incarnations, such as Robin Curtis, Nick Tate, Bibi Besch, Kitty Swink, and Armin Shimerman. Additional interviewees include producer and writer Eric A. Stillwell ("Yesterday's Enterprise"), and the creator of Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry. The book features the final interview with actor Paul Carr, plus a talk with [Star Trek] fans Marlene Daab and Carol Jennings. Bonus interviews with Corinne Orr (Speed Racer), Gretchen Corbett (Otherworld, The Rockford Files), and Barry Morse (The Fugitive, Space: 1999) are included.
Work with actor Barry Morse
Anthony co-authored the Barry Morse autobiography "Pulling Faces, Making Noises" and the Morse theatrical memoir, "Remember with Advantages". Additionally, he co-authored "Valiant for Truth: Barry Morse and his Lifelong Association with Bernard Shaw", "Merely Players: The Scripts", and "The Wit and Wisdom of Barry Morse". He also toured with actor Barry Morse in the United States and Canada for performances of the actor's one-man stage show "Merely Players". Morse also performed the role of George Bernard Shaw in two productions of Wynn's play "Bernard and Bosie: A Most Unlikely Friendship.