June 21 2024


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Nimoy To Narrate Microwarriors Documentary

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Leonard Nimoy will be narrating the second part of a three part Microwarriors series.

The series focuses on the health benefits of probiotics.

Microwarriors: The Origin and the Destiny, narrated by Nimoy, will “present probiotics in an entertaining and interesting light, featuring front-line medical information, the latest scientific research, and commentary from leading experts in the field, including Dr. Gregor Reid, Professor of Microbiology and Surgery at the University of Western Ontario and Chair of Human Microbiology and Probiotics at the Lawson Health Research Institute.”

“As a pioneer in the industry, we are both honored and thrilled to show our support for this educational film featuring cutting-edge, expert information on probiotics,” said Alan Murray, CEO of GoodBelly, a probiotic juice drink manufacturer. “We feel it’s crucial to help advance public knowledge about probiotics so consumers can make responsible and informed decisions, which is why we’re proud to play a part in growing awareness through Microwarriors on the workings of probiotics.”

Microwarriors: The Origin and the Destiny will debut on DVD in December.

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5 thoughts on “Nimoy To Narrate Microwarriors Documentary

  1. Personally, I like having him around, but someone should probably share with Nimoy the definition of retiring from acting and voice work… I’d prefer he not retire, but, I’d prefer more than either him retiring or not, not hearing about Nimoy retiring, only then to hear a list of new projects for him… manipulative, if you ask me… Cher’s had, what, 40 years of farewell tours? Nimoy’s following suit, apparently. Either work, or don’t, but quit telling us you’re retiring when you aren’t…

  2. Maybe he just loves the work, the guy has been at it since and possibly before the 60s, some ppl love it.

  3. Me included… So… just stop saying you’re going to retire and making hay of it every 5 years. Issue solved.

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