By Heidi Parker For Dailymail.com
Published: 21:26 GMT, 6 December 2019 | Updated: 21:30 GMT, 6 December 2019
Star Trek actor Robert Walker Jr died on Thursday at the age of 79 in Malibu according to his family.
He stood out on the TV series for playing the teenage Charlie Evans, who also went by Charlie X, on the the beloved sci-fi series. At first he seems like a harmless person, but then he shows off his dark side.
The New York native also stood out for being the son of Hollywood stars Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones. His father is best know for Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers On A Train and his mother was in Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing.
Beam him up: Star Trek actor Robert Walker Jr died on Thursday at the age of 79 in Malibu according to his family; here he is seen far right as Charlie X in a 1966 episode with Nichelle Nichols as Lieutenant Uhura, William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk
His episode of Star Trek was only the second of the first season, which aired in 1966.
Before that he starred in the 1963 film The Hook and 1964's Ensign Pulver.
His other TV credits include Route 66, Bonanza, The Six Million Dollar Man, Quincy, M.E.,Charlie’s Angels, Columbo, CHiPs, L.A. Law, and Murder, She Wrote.
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