Actor and Author of the book Return To Eden, Tucker was born in Washington, D.C. his childhood included two years in Salonica, Greece (where he learned to speak Greek fluently) and two years as a college student in Munich, Germany. He graduated from the University of Maryland in 1967 with a minor in German and a major in Speech/Television Production. Tucker began directing television for WBAL in Baltimore and in late spring of 1967, was drafted into the Army. In September of 1970, Tucker resigned his commission and moved to New York to study acting. He was the Emmy-nominated host of CBS’s news magazine, CHANNEL 2: The People, in 1974. Tucker filmed more than 1000 television and radio commercials. In 1991, he moved to Los Angeles with considerable success on such series as SPACE: Above and Beyond, The X-Files and Babylon 5, as well as the films CONTACT and DEEP IMPACT. He played Xindi Primate Diplomat on Star Trek: Enterprise. His most cherished experiences in recent years have been film projects for emerging artists. In 2006, following his return to Vietnam at Christmas of 2004, he published an anthology of essays entitled RETURN TO EDEN. It is available both in soft cover and as an audio book MP3. Each continues to garner praise from both veteran and civilian readers. More information is available at: Lulu.com/tuckersmallwood
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