Patrick Stewart Says His Time on 'Star Trek' Felt like a Ministry


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Patrick Stewart, perhaps best known as Captain Picard in the Star Trek franchise, has died at the age of 69.

He was found dead in his home by his wife and their dog on Sunday, reports the AP.

He had been suffering from throat cancer.

Stewart, who played the Starship Enterprise captain in the sci-fi series that ran from 1983 to 2009, tells NPR that he was found by his wife and their dog.

He says he found the body while out for a walk with his wife and dog in his hometown of Long Beach, Calif., on Saturday.

He says he had been estranged from his wife for a year and a half.

Stewart says he found the body while walking with his wife and dog in the Long Beach neighborhood where they lived.

He says he had been estranged from his wife for a year and a half.

Stewart says he found the body while out for a walk with his wife and dog in the neighborhood where they lived.

He says he was estranged from his wife for a year and a half.

Stewart says he found the body while out for a walk with his wife and dog in the Long Beach neighborhood.

He says he was estranged from his wife for a year and a half.

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