William Bell (Leonard Nimoy)
William Bell – portrayed by Leonard Nimoy, William Bell founded the Massive Dynamic Laboratory. He used to be partner with his former friend Walter where the two put up a laboratory. Before William personally appeared on the series, his name was mentioned several times in various scenes in the show. William was introduced as the partner of Walter in discovering the parallel world. This includes the participation in the texts of Cortexiphan. William had convinced Walter to get a portion of his brain and implant these pieces on the brains of other patients just to preserve the information of dimensional travel. Walter agreed but the operation led to his mental instability. With that, William and Walter parted ways, William continuing the formation of the Massive Dynamic laboratory.
Leonar Simon Nimoy was born on March 26, 1931. The American actor was also a film director, musician, poet, and photographer. Leonar Nimoy’s most notable performance was his portrayal of Spock in the 1966 original series “Star Trek”. Nimoy was also inclined in teaching where he taught acting class in Hollywood. With his fame in the portrayal of Spock, he had his autobiography entitled “I Am Not Spock” published in 1977 and another on entitled “I Am Spock” in 1995. These autobiographies details comparing his personal life and his character as Spock.