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.
I 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 →
It´s snowing again!… Spring can also com. 😉 Here is the New Morn Speaks: “Good You´re Here!” episode. Hope you enjoy it! If you like it please free to comment and let me know what you think. I´m not a mind reader. Thanks.
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 →