Nana Visitor Bio, Age, Movies and Tv Shows

Nana Visitor Biography

Nana Visitor born as Nana Tucker in July 26, 1957 in New York City, New York, U.S. She is an American actress, known for playing Kira Nerys in the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Jean Ritter in the television series Wildfire.

Nana Visitor Age

She was born in July 26, 1957. She is 61 years old as at 2018.

Nana Visitor Height

She stands at a height of 1.72 m.

Nana Visitor Family

She is a daughter to Nenette Charise Tucker (mother) and Robert Tucker (father). Her siblings are Zan Charisse and Ian Tucker.
Nana Visitor Image

Nana Visitor Husband

She was married to Nick Miscusi from 1989 to 1994.
They have one child together. She began dating her Star Trek: Deep Space Nine co-star Alexander Siddig, and married him in June 1997. They divorced in April 2001. They had a son together, In early 2002, she became engaged to Matthew Rimmer, company manager for the musical Chicago, and they wed in April 2003.

Nana Visitor Children | Son

She has two sons Django El Tahir El Siddig and Buster Miscusi.

Nana Visitor Movies And Tv Shows







A Rising Tide



Ted 2

Adoption agent


The Resident



Friday the 13th

Pamela Voorhees


Babysitter Wanted

Linda Albright


Swing Vote

Galena Greenleaf


The Sentinel








Diana Davis


Torchwood: Miracle Day

Olivia Colosanto



Melissa Wincroft


Family Guy

Rita/Brenda Quagmire/Nancy Pelosi/Justin’s Mom/Kate’s Mom (voices)


Battlestar Galactica

Emily Kowalski



Jean Ritter


According to Jim






Dark Angel

Elizabeth Renfro


The Outer Limits

Cecilia Fairman


Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Kira Nerys



Dr. Clara Farmington


Working Girl

Bryn Newhouse


Murder, She Wrote

Marcia McPhee



Erin Whitley / Shannon Blackwell


Doogie Howser, M.D.



Night Court

Ms. Sanders


In the Heat of the Night




Carol Varnay



Vanessa Douglas


The Colbys

Georgina Sinclair[17]


Knight Rider

Sandra Rusk


Highway to Heaven

Margaret Swann



Amy Laurton



Laura Farren


One Life to Live

Georgina Whitman


Ryan’s Hope

Nancy Feldman

Nana Visitor Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $ 4 million.

Nana Visitor Battlestar Galactica

Unsurprisingly, Visitor appeared in a fourth season episode of Battlestar Galactica called “Faith,”.

Nana Visitor Star Trek

She assumed the role of Kira Nerys on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” (DS9), her character was an embittered former warrior for the first couple of seasons.

Nana Visitor Measurements

She  weighes 128 pounds and wear 34B bra size.

Nana Visitor Bikini |Hot |Feet

Nana Visitor hot, feet and bikini

Nana Visitor Facebook

Nana Visitor Twitter

Nana Visitor Instagram

Nana Visitor News

Nana Visitor of ‘Deep Space Nine’ Talks ‘Star Trek’ Past and Future

“Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” — a 1990s series that took years to be accepted by fans — remains relevant as the multiplayer game ‘Star Trek Online’ ventures into the series’ plot.
When Nana Visitor assumed the role of Kira Nerys on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” (DS9), her character was an embittered former warrior for the first couple of seasons. Kira’s people, the Bajorans, had been at war with another race called the Cardassians. Kira just wanted to continue the war and kill Cardassians, even though the sides had brokered a peace.
“If you thought about taking a woman from any war-torn country today, who is fighting on one side or the other, and moved her to America or anywhere else that was a safe haven, she will have post-traumatic stress,” Visitor, who lends her voice to an expansion pack of the video game “Star Trek Online,” released June 5, said in an exclusive interview with [What I Learned by Watching Every ‘Star Trek’ Show and Movie]
Kira’s character was ahead of her time, Visitor added. In 1993, when DS9 first began airing episodes, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was known as a medical condition; it was added to the third edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in the 1980s, based on the experience of treating Vietnam War soldiers.
Yet PTSD was still an obscure disorder in the 1990s, according to Visitor. Today, it’s more widely recognized. One of her own sons fought in Afghanistan and came back with the disorder, she added. But he is doing well with treatment, and will enter Columbia University shortly for postsecondary studies, she added.
Twenty-five years later, DS9 is still wowing viewers with its prescience. It began its run on television as a controversial “Star Trek” series, focusing on the adventures of inhabitants on a space station named “Deep Space Nine” instead of the starship crews used in the original “Star Trek” (1966-69) and “Star Trek: The Next Generation” (1987-1994).
The series gained popularity and ran until 1999. And it’s still exerting an influence on the “Star Trek” stories told; several characters from it (including Kira) were added in a recent expansion to the “Star Trek Online” game. At the time of her interview in mid-April, Visitor had not started voicing her character and did not know anything about what her plotline would contain. She did say, however, that Kira and DS9 would continue to have relevance for people who weren’t even born yet when the series aired.
Famously, viewers were frustrated during the run of “Deep Space Nine” because the series did not contain each plotline within a single episode. This meant that in an era of cable television and VCRs, fans had to either be in front of the television during airtime or manually setting up a videotape recording to keep up with the series. Not many shows back then adopted that format, but today it’s very common. Most Netflix series, for example, include complex seasons that are designed for several hours of watching at a time.
“People are now used to serialized TV shows, and people want to sit down and binge-watch — I certainly do,” Visitor said. “That was the big problem with ‘Deep Space Nine.’ People didn’t think it was possible to get to an episode you missed, and to hop back in was difficult. Now it’s a preferred way.”
Visitor remains active as an actor today. Fans of the reimagined “Battlestar: Galactica” (2004-09) were briefly treated to a Visitor cameo in the fourth season, when she appeared as a woman dying of a medical condition. She also played Dr. Elizabeth Renfro/Madame X, a recurring character in “Dark Angel” — a James Cameron cyberpunk television series that aired between 2000 and 2002. Visitor added that fans will soon be able to see her on stage, but the project details are still classified.
Visitor said she’s watched part of the new “Star Trek Discovery” television series and at least a few of the rebooted “Star Trek” films that have played in Hollywood since 2009. “Some of them I really liked, and some of them not so much,” she said of the new films.
“But you know what? It doesn’t matter what I think,” she added. “They are still making ‘Star Trek’ movies. As long as they hold a place for something that may not be ‘Star Wars’-ish, that isn’t all just big battles but has some kind of thoughtfulness behind it, that’s the part I hope isn’t lost.”
DS9 left an enduring legacy, especially in Visitor’s personal life. Visitor married DS9 co-star Alexander Siddig in 1997, during the series’ run, and her subsequent pregnancy with their son, Django, was included as a plotline on the show. The couple divorced and Visitor later remarried, but Django is one example of her everyday connection to DS9, she said. Also, not a week goes by where she isn’t in contact with somebody in the “Star Trek” world, especially Denise Crosby of “Star Trek: The Next Generation.”
Visitor says she constantly gets people coming up to her at conventions, saying that they were inspired to get into the space field because of her. One person once arrived at an autograph table with a video of a Mars landing, saying he helped land that system on the Red Planet, she recalled. “Oh my God, you want my autograph? I want yours!” she quipped. And when she visits NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, she added, she gets treated like a rock star.
When asked if there’s something Visitor doesn’t get much of a chance to talk about in interviews, she said that she likes to keep herself independent of affiliations — even when it comes to describing herself as an actress. “I don’t like to be called an actress, because that signifies a whole lifestyle that goes with it, and it’s not true of me. But I’m an actor — it’s what I do, it’s who I am. So I stay in this nebulous place.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *