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|Charles Tucker, III|
|Aliases:||Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker, III|
|Continuity:||Star Trek: Enterprise|
|Known relatives:||Elizabeth Tucker (sister, deceased); Charles Tucker, Jr. (father); Charles Tucker, Sr. (grandfather)|
Charles Tucker, III is a fictional engineer and military officer featured in the Star Trek television and film franchise. He was a recurring supporting character on the 2001-2005 sci-fi series, Star Trek: Enterprise. Played by actor Connor Trinneer, he was introduced in the show's two-part pilot episode "Broken Bow", and appeared in all 98 episodes of the program in total. Tucker, more affectionally known as "Trip" to his peers, was a human orbital engineer who served aboard the starship Enterprise NX-01 from 2151 to 2161 under the command of Captain Jonathan Archer. Trip held the rank of Commander and was the third highest ranking officer on the Enterprise during his tenure of service. A native of the Southern United States, Trip was an adventurous and affable officer, always looking for the next big thrill and willing to dive head-first into any new experiences, no matter how strange (including as male pregnancy). Tucker developed a romantic interest in his superior, the Vulcan Science Officer Subcommander T'Pol, though her natural resistance towards emotional attachment made courtship extremely difficult for him.
Notes & Trivia Edit
- The character of Charles Tucker, III was created by Rick Berman and Brannon Braga based on concepts originally developed by Gene Roddenberry.
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See also Edit
The World of Star Trek
Star Trek miscellaneous
External Links Edit
- Charles Tucker, III at Wikipedia
- Charles Tucker, III at Memory Beta
- Charles Tucker, III at Memory Alpha