Linda Park is keeping busy. The actress, who played Hoshi Sato on Star Trek: Enterprise, has several projects on the way. She co-stars in the bittersweet comic web series Adoptable!, shares the screen with many Trek veterans in Unbelievable!!!!! (covered often by StarTrek.com), and recently wrapped the indie feature A New York Christmas, which features Jamie Ray Newman, Jamie Bamber, Tracie Thoms and Ross McCall, as well as the familiar Trek figures Lee Meriwether and Richard Herd.Adoptable!, written by and starring Scott Lowell, is loosely based on his own experiences searching for his birth parents back in the late ’90’s. It is presented as a documentary being directed by Jennifer Lim (Park), which follows successful actor and adult adoptee Scott Fishman (Lowell) of the hit TV show Cops & Bottoms, which he co-stars on with Noah Wyle (Wyle plays a fictionalized version of himself). Bowing somewhat to pressure from his fiancé, Lisa (Emily Swallow) and their therapist Bob (Jim O’Heir), as well as his own desire to know himself a bit better before getting married and starting a family, Fishman embarks on the journey of seeking out his birth parents. He is aided along the way by an intermediary named Mary (Sharon Gless).
Meanwhile, A New York Christmas centers on ordinary everyday people and the trials they face when dealing with love and romance. More specifically, the story unfolds during the holidays and follows six different couples in a posh Manhattan hotel over the course of one night. Park plays Courtney, a Korean fashion mogul who’s been keeping a painful secret from her artsy ex-boyfriend, Sam (Bamber), for the past 10 years. The death of her father prompts her to invite Sam to dinner at the hotel in order to tell him the truth.
Keep an eye on StarTrek.com for details about when and where Adoptable! and A New York Christmas will be available.
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