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==See also==
*[[Barry Buzz]]
*[[Jimmy Darrock]]
[[Category:Star Trek|Fontaine, Vic]]
[[Category:Star Trek|Fontaine, Vic]]

Latest revision as of 07:49, 18 October 2019


Former Las Vegas headliner and Time Tunnel star James Darren played this recurring Rat Pack-era style singer in the sci-fi series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. A mere holodeck character (created by writer/producer Ira Stephen Behr), he was thus doubly fake! James Darren actually had a number one hit in 1961 with the Grammy-nominated song "Goodbye Cruel World." Riding the popularity of his Star Trek character, Darren released a 1999 comeback-esque album, This One's From the Heart, chock full of Sinatra-era classics that mister Vic Fontaine would be right at home with. Ring-a-ding-ding, you bozos!

Darren also voiced fictional singer Jimmy Darrock on an episode of The Flintstones.


  • "His Way" (22 April 1998)
  • "Tears of the Prophets" (17 June 1998)
  • "Image in the Sand" (30 September 1998)
  • "The Siege of AR-558" (18 November 1998)
  • "It's Only a Paper Moon" (30 December 1998)
  • "The Emperor's New Cloak" (3 February 1999)
  • "Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang" (24 February 1999)
  • "What You Leave Behind" (2 June 1999)

Fontaine Vic startrekstar.jpg

See also