Now, I'm not complaining. I offer that up just as an observation, perhaps even a minor commentary on the nature of relationships in the entertainment business. I supposed when you're surrounded by those that studio execs and production houses have found to be those most befitting being captured on film, maybe it's easier to fall in and out of love. I guess if a couple get a ten-year-run, then that's something to be praised .... but Star Trek's Walter Koenig and his wife Judy Levitt had an impressive run, indeed. By all accounts I've read, their marriage began in 1965 and endured an incredible 57 years in the limelight, all the way to her passing just the other day in December, 2022.
Along the way, Levitt even squeezed into some small roles within the wider world of Star Trek on the television screen. In fact, she was seen as among Starfleet's top brass in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, arguably one of the franchise's finest entries.
Thoughts and prayers are offered to the family, friends, and fans of Ms. Levitt. May she rest in peace.