René Auberjonois 1940-2019
Sad news tonight as it has been announced that René Auberjonois the actor best known for Chief Constable Odo a master of sarcasm on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and for his Emmy-nominated work on the sitcom Benson, has died aged 79.
Too many people dream of places they’ll never go, wish for things they’ll never have, instead of paying adequate attention to their real lives.
It has been my observation that one of the prices of giving people freedom of choice… is that sometimes, they make the wrong choice.
Too many compromises. You want to watch the karo-net tournament; she wants to listen to music, so you compromise – you listen to music. You like Earth Jazz; she prefers Klingon Opera so you compromise – you listen to Klingon Opera. So here you were ready to have a nice night watching the karo-net match and you wind up spending an agonizing evening listening to Klingon Opera.
The law? Commander, laws change, depending on who’s making them – Cardassians one day, Federation the next. But justice is justice.
It is with great heartache and loss I share with you the passing of dear,dear Rene Auberjonois.His last message to me was entitled "Don't forget…" I know that I,Kitty,and all that knew him will never forget.The world seems noticeably emptier now. I loved him.
— Armin Shimerman (@ShimermanArmin) December 8, 2019
I love and respect Rene more than I can say right now. This beautiful soul. My heart. Oh pic.twitter.com/ohNOq0c0Si
— Nana Visitor (@NanaVisitor) December 8, 2019
I cannot express how much you meant to me. I will truly miss you my dear colleague, mentor, father figure, friend. pic.twitter.com/zE9TeyOzf5
— Terry Farrell (@4TerryFarrell) December 9, 2019
I have just heard about the death of my friend and fellow actor @reneauberjonois. To sum up his life in a tweet is nearly impossible. To Judith, Tessa & Remy I send you my love & strength. I will keep you in my thoughts and remember a wonderful friendship with René.
— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) December 8, 2019
Rene was a great artist, a great man, and a great friend. He will be forever missed by all that knew him. Goodnight Sweet Prince.
— Brent Spiner (@BrentSpiner) December 9, 2019
Pour one out.#StarTrek #ReneAuberjonois pic.twitter.com/KJ8BTcL9mW
— TrekCore.com 🖖 (@TrekCore) December 9, 2019
It is with deep sadness that we share the loss of another one of our #DS9 family. @reneauberjonois will be remembered for his depth of performance and many contributions to our entertainment community. We are sending all of our love & thanks to his family & friends at this time. pic.twitter.com/865LQbbWsZ
— The DS9 Documentary (@DS9Doc) December 8, 2019
@reneauberjonois You were a spectacular artist from Altman film IMAGES to Star Trek:DS9 and the million performances in between. A devoted family man, a visual artist, and loving and loves le human being. Thanks for showing the world how to do it. #love #admiration
— Gates McFadden (@gates_mcfadden) December 8, 2019
So very sorry to hear… Rest In Peace, Rene. https://t.co/YH7iyhYpwq
— Chase Masterson (@ChaseMasterson) December 9, 2019
Heartbroken to hear that René Auberjonois has passed.
❤️ you Odo. Always. pic.twitter.com/MW4WWMzrI0
— Nerdist (@nerdist) December 8, 2019
I've just found out that René Auberjonois (Alar, Stargate SG-1 S4 episode 'The Other Side) has passed away. 😞 RIP René, the Sci-Fi genre owes much to you, and you will be missed. pic.twitter.com/cpG6QaxfHz
— StargateDaily (@StargateDaily) December 8, 2019
We are deeply saddened to report the passing of René Auberjonois. #StarTrek #StarTrekFamily https://t.co/ySVTLSERIA
— Star Trek (@StarTrek) December 8, 2019
This is a terrible loss. Star Trek fans knew him as Odo from Deep Space Nine. We knew him as René. He was a wonderful, caring, and intelligent man. He shall be missed. When I look out to the stars, I shall think of you, friend. https://t.co/IE2gtivRcg
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) December 8, 2019
Rene Auberjonois a true gentleman & passionate artist passed onto the next understanding & we will miss him so much. I was honored to have worked with him on Windows On The World, his second to last film. He delivered an amazing rendition of NY NY – a brilliant artist #sswa #RIP pic.twitter.com/KR5PKylNZe
— Edward James Olmos (@edwardjolmos) December 8, 2019
My first ever tv job was an episode of Star Trek: Enterprise where #ReneAuberjonois played my father. I had come from theatre & had never stepped foot on a soundstage before. He could not have been more warm & welcoming.💔I learned so much from watching him.💔 #RIPReneAuberjonois pic.twitter.com/wpo3bXLOeu
— Annie Wersching (@Wersching) December 8, 2019
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