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Chase’s TV work includes starring opposite Bruce Campbell in TERMINAL INVASION for SyFy, guest starring in the Emmy-winning episode of ER, hosting SCI-FI ENTERTAINMENT, hosting SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES with Ryan Seacrest, and playing opposite Jerry O’Connell in SLIDERS. Her varied career ranges from her first job, working with Mel Brooks in ROBIN HOOD: MEN IN TIGHTS, to hosting STARMUS, featuring Dr. Brian May and Peter Gabriel.
Chase is the Founder and CEO of the Pop Culture Hero Coalition, the 1st ever non-profit organization to use iconic stories from TV and film to teach mental health tools, including heroism over bullying, racism, misogyny, LGBTQI-bullying, cyberbullying, and other forms of injustice. Their Heroic Journey program is used nationwide by YMCA of the USA. Chase has spoken about the Coalition’s work at the United Nations, Google, and TEDxVienna, and she was honored as Artist-In-Residence at the Vienna MuseumsQuartier in Austria.
Upcoming movies in 2022 include lead roles in indie drama SKIPPING STONES and rollicking comedy THE BABY PACT, as well as Chase’s ongoing dual role in the video game, Star Trek Online.
About PHASERS ON STUN!
For over five decades, the heart of Star Trek’s pro-science, anti-racist, and inclusive messaging has been its willingness to take big risks. Across thirteen feature films, and twelve TV series—including five shows currently airing or in production—the brilliance of Star Trek is in its endless ability to be rethought, rebooted, and remade.
Author and Star Trek expert Ryan Britt charts an approachable and entertaining course through Star Trek history; from its groundbreaking origins amid the tumultuous 1960s, to its influence on diversifying the space program, to its contemporary history-making turns with LGBTQ+ representation, this book illuminates not just the behind-the-scenes stories that shaped the franchise but the larger meaning of the Final Frontier.
Featuring over 100 exclusive interviews with actors and writers across all the generations, including Walter Koenig, LeVar Burton, Dorothy Fontana, Brent Spiner, Ronald D. Moore, Jeri Ryan, and many more, Britt gets the inside story on all things Trek, like Spock’s evolution from red devil to the personification of logical empathy, the near failure to launch of The Next Generation in 1987, and how Trekkie outrage has threatened to destroy the franchise more than once. The book also dives deep with creators like Michael Chabon (co-creator of Star Trek: Picard) and Nicholas Meyer (director, The Wrath of Khan). These interviews extend to the bleeding edge of contemporary Star Trek, from Discovery to Picard to Lower Decks, and even the upcoming highly anticipated 2022 series, Strange New Worlds.
For fans who know every detail of each Enterprise bridge, to a reader who has never seen a single minute of any Star Trek, this book aims to entertain, inform, and energize. Through humor, insight, archival research, and unique access, this journey through the Star Trek universe isn’t just about its past but a definitive look at its future.