New Mark Allen Shepherd Website

New Mark Allen Shepherd WebsiteWelcome to the New Mark Allen Shepherd Website

Welcome to the all new Official Mark Allen Shepherd website.

I have been programming Mark’s official website since 1999 and it used to be kept at http://www.garrisonent.com/morn however I thought it was far overdue to give him his own domain name.

Mark Allen Shepherd plays Morn, a humanoid alien from the Ionite Nebula that frequents the space station at Deep Space Nine. He’s found to be quite the regular at Quark’s bar. Morn is a ladies man, even Dax has commented that she finds the few hairs on the top of Morn’s head attractive.

Mark Allen Shepherd’s story is one of Star Trek’s coolest, quirkiest and most unusual tales. For the entire seven-year run of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Shepherd played Morn, the alien barfly who frequented Quark’s, apparently was the life of the party, but never uttered a word – at least not on camera.

We have links his multiple listings on the internet, along with his original videos, original writings, photo galleries, and will continue to add content as we get it from Mark.

wikiHis Wikipedia page

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We have officially launched the new site on December 24, 2012 please create and account to post comments and enjoy the site.

Official STAR TREK 2015 Las Vegas Convention

Official STAR TREK 2015 Las Vegas ConventionOfficial STAR TREK 2015 Las Vegas Convention

Creation Entertainments´s Official STAR TREK 2015 Las Vegas Convention. August 6 – 9, 2015

stlv15-mainHeaderI would personally like to invite you all to “a Photo-shoot Party with MORN!!” & Mark Allen Shepherd at Creation Entertainment´s Official STAR TREK 2015 Las Vegas Convention August 6 – 9, 2015 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Don´t miss this rare opportunity to see MORN! Mark Allen Shepherd in full costume & makeup for the first time in 16yrs for this exclusive ticketed event. Tickets subject to availability. Continue reading

Morn Man Shepherd Toasts “Who Mourns?”

morn_drinkMorn Man Shepherd Toasts “Who Mourns?”

I have always been a huge Star Trek fan. Playing Morn on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was a wish come true. It didn’t matter to me whether Morn spoke or not, but when the Star Trek writers and producers decided to make “Who Mourns for Morn?” I knew that it was the biggest compliment they could ever pay me. So, when Star Trek.com asked me to write a piece to commemorate the 15-year anniversary of “Who Mourns for Morn?” I couldn’t resist.

Ever since I was a child I’ve dreamed about what it would be like to travel to the stars. Imagined what it must be like to fly like Superman. Marveled at the potential of the human mind and admired the indelible dynamism of the human spirit. The ingenuity of great thinkers and the ability to overcome great obstacles and to achieve great things are for me like music for the soul. Continue reading

Mark Allen Shepherd Was Born to be Morn – Part 2

Mark Allen Shepherd Was Born to be Morn – Part 2

Morn article Part 2 on StarTrek.com

Yesterday, Mark Allen Shepherd shared his memories of playing the enigmatic and popular – and unheard – character Morn for seven seasons on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Here, in the second half of our conversation with Shepherd, he talks more about Morn, recounts how the show’s production team came to use his artwork on set, and fills us in on what he’s been up to since DS9 ended its run.

Did you love or hate your makeup team? Continue reading

Mark Allen Shepherd Was Born to be Morn – Part 1

Mark Allen Shepherd Was Born to be Morn – Part 1

Mark Allen Shepherd Was Born to be Morn – Part 1 on StarTrek.com

Mark Allen Shepherd’s story is one of Star Trek’s coolest, quirkiest and most unusual tales. For the entire seven-year run of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Shepherd played Morn, the alien barfly who frequented Quark’s, apparently was the life of the party, but never uttered a word – at least not on camera. Beyond portraying Morn, who was a Lurian, Shepherd appeared on DS9 as a Starfleet civilian and even as a Bajoran asked to sit in Morn’s usual spot at Quark’s after Morn’s supposed death. Shepherd also made cameos as Morn on Voyager and The Next Generation. And Shepherd’s contributions to Star Trek didn’t end there. Also a talented artist, Shepherd licensed two dozen pieces of his artwork to the DS9 production team, pieces which were used to decorate the quarters of several major characters, including Major Kira and Dr. Bashir. StarTrek.com recently caught up with Shepherd, who now lives in Germany, for an exclusive two-part interview in which he recounted his days on DS9 and filled us in on what he’s doing now. Below is part one of our conversation, and be on the lookout tomorrow for part two.  Continue reading

May 2004 News Letter

Hello, Greetings and Welcome to my  website.  Feel free to browse as you like where within these pages  you will find  information on “Morn” “Quark’s Favourite  Customer” at Quark’s bar on the smash  hit television series  STAR TREK: Deep Space 9 and yours truly Mark Allen  Shepherd the  actor who played character of Morn from Pilot Episode to Season  Seven Finale.

You may also see some 24 works of Art by Mark  that  were used by the DS9 Art Department as Set Dressing on numerous  sets  including the Quarters of Jake Sisko, Jadzia Dax, Dr Bashir,  Commander Kira as  well as the Quarters of Guest Stars over the  course of the Seven year run of the  Show. Some of the same art  pieces were used as set dressing on the Star Fleet  Conference  Room Set during the filming of The Borg CD-Rom. Continue reading

March 2002

Greetings Earthlings, Morn watchers, Interstellar friends… Sentient, conscious manifest beings of multi-dimensional space time phenomena. Welcome to my website and thanks for coming.

In these pages you will find pictures, appearance dates and information about me as Morn, the character I played for seven seasons from pilot episode to season seven finale. Continue reading

November 2001

Hello, Greetings and Welcome to my website and thanks for coming. In these pages you will find pictures, appearance dates and information about me as Morn, the character I played for seven seasons from pilot episode to season seven finale.

You can also see over 20 pieces of art work of mine that were used as set dressing on the sets of Star Trek: Deep Space 9 as well as other interesting things about me. I hope you find it interesting and entertaining. Continue reading

April 2001

Hi There, Spring has Sprung! Everywhere (except the Southern Hemisphere) the life of new buds, leaves and flowers emerge from the cold dark winter. The I Ching (Chinese book of changes) represents Springtime with “Chen” a hexagram which translates approximately as “Thunder.” An excellent time of year for new ideas and promoting new projects.

I’m currently busy digitally remastering (soon to be released) “HunTon FunOne” a remix of “Slappy Woot” a Plural Dolt music Cd that I originally produced about five years ago. At that time we were distributing the recording as an audio cassette and were somewhat limited by the technology that we had at that time. Now, Wow is all I can say about the new CD. It’s like when they switched over from black and white to color in “The Wizard of OZ.” Anyway, I’m very excited about the changes think audiences will find “HunTon FunOne” my wildest and craziest Cd yet. You’ll tell your friends “WOW I’ve never heard anything quite like it… It’s like Frank Zappa meets Spike Jones on Forbidden planet… definitely Morn’s wildest and craziest CD yet!” Continue reading