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De Lancie at the 2023 GalaxyCon Raleigh
John Sherwood de Lancie, Jr.

(1948-03-20) March 20, 1948 (age 76)[1]
Years active1976–present
Marnie Mosiman
(m. 1984)
Children2, including Keegan

John Sherwood de Lancie, Jr. (born March 20, 1948)[1] is an American actor, best known for his role as Q in various Star Trek series, beginning with Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1987 and leading up to the third season of Star Trek: Picard in 2023.

De Lancie's first television role was in Captains and the Kings in 1976. His other television series roles include Eugene Bradford in Days of Our Lives (1982–1986; 1989–1990), Frank Simmons in Stargate SG-1 (2001–2002), Donald Margolis in Breaking Bad (2009–2010), Agent Allen Shapiro in Torchwood (2011), as well as the voice of Discord in My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (2011–2019).

De Lancie has become an outspoken secular activist and was a featured speaker at the 2016 Reason Rally and at CSICon 2019.

Early life and education[edit]

De Lancie was born John Sherwood de Lancie, Jr. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on March 20, 1948,[1] one of two children born to John (1921–2002), principal oboist of the Philadelphia Orchestra from 1954 to 1977, and Andrea de Lancie (July 3, 1920 – October 18, 2006). His mother was French. His parents met in Paris. He has a sister, Christina.[2]

As a child, he was diagnosed with dyslexia and struggled to read throughout his school years.[3] He did not learn to read until he was 12. One of his teachers recommended that his parents encourage him to consider a career as an actor. He began to act around the age of 14, performing in a high school production of William Shakespeare's Henry V.[4] He went on to study acting at Kent State University (he was in attendance during the Kent State shootings on May 4, 1970) and won a scholarship to Juilliard. He performed in numerous stage productions, at venues such as the American Shakespeare Festival and the Mark Taper Forum, and established a successful career in film and television.[4]

Acting career[edit]

Film and TV career[edit]

Star Trek[edit]

De Lancie portrayed the almost-omnipotent character Q in Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987–1994), and in episodes of several subsequent Star Trek series taking place during that era. Q, notable for his chaotic, mischievous personality, is one of the few characters appearing in multiple series of the franchise: Eight episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation ("Encounter at Farpoint", "Hide and Q", "Q Who", "Deja Q", "Qpid", "True Q", "Tapestry", "All Good Things..."), one episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine ("Q-Less"), three episodes of Star Trek: Voyager ("Death Wish," "The Q and the Grey," "Q2"), and one episode of Star Trek: Lower Decks ("Veritas"). De Lancie's son Keegan de Lancie appeared with his father as Q Junior in one episode of Star Trek: Voyager ("Q2").

My popularity is very disproportionate to the amount of times that I actually was on the show. ... It's a double-edged sword. I never partook of the financial rewards of the show in terms of being a regular, I just came on and once a year would do a show.

De Lancie

Initially, de Lancie was too busy to audition for the part of Q, but Gene Roddenberry (whom he did not know) arranged a second opportunity. De Lancie recognized that even though Star Trek was only a small part of his career, it opened doors for him.[5] In a 2012 interview, he said that he recalled his original audition, after which Roddenberry approached him, touched him on the shoulder, and said, "You make my writing sound better than it is."[6]

In April 2021, it was announced that de Lancie would reprise his role of Q in the second season of Star Trek: Picard.[7] He subsequently appeared in multiple episodes of seasons two and three.

Video games[edit]

De Lancie voiced Antonio Malochio in Interstate '76, Trias in Planescape: Torment, Dr. Death in Outlaws, William Miles in Assassin's Creed: Revelations and Assassin's Creed III, Fitz Quadwrangle in Quantum Conundrum, and Q in both the Star Trek: The Next Generation pinball game and the mobile game Star Trek Timelines, and portrayed Q in Star Trek: Borg. He further voiced the human emperor in Master of Orion: Conquer the Stars.[8][9][10] He also voiced Alarak in StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void[11] and reprised the role for Heroes of the Storm. More recently, he voiced Geist, the leader of the Templars in the XCOM 2 expansion War of the Chosen. He voiced the narrator wizard of Popup Dungeon.[12]


De Lancie at a performance in 2007

De Lancie is a former member of the American Shakespeare Festival, the Seattle Repertory Company, South Coast Repertory, the Mark Taper Forum, and the Old Globe (where he performed Arthur Miller's Resurrection Blues).[13][14][15] He performed and directed for Los Angeles Theater Works, the producing arm of KCRW-FM and National Public Radio, where the series The Play's the Thing originated.[15][9]

De Lancie co-hosted and appeared in Star Trek: The Music, a touring company, with fellow actor Robert Picardo, who portrayed the Doctor in Star Trek: Voyager. De Lancie and Picardo narrate around the orchestral performance, explaining the history of the music in Star Trek.[9] He performed Pierre Curie in Alan Alda's play Radiance: The Passion of Marie Curie in 2001 at the Geffen Theater in Los Angeles.[16] De Lancie hosted the children's concerts at Walt Disney Concert Hall during the 2003–04 season; in 2005, he hosted the children's series of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.[17]

Voice acting[edit]

Known for his distinctive speaking style, de Lancie lent his voice to a number of projects. In My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, he voiced Discord, a recurring character. Discord was inspired by Q as an omnipotent being who embodies mischief and chaos, but is genuinely good-hearted and is occasionally helpful to the heroes of the show;[citation needed] another connection to Q is that Discord often uses fewer contractions in his vocabulary.[citation needed] Discord is best described as an anti-hero, also similar to Q. Initially, Lauren Faust wanted to cast someone who could impersonate de Lancie, but Hasbro suggested casting de Lancie himself. Ironically, de Lancie has stated in an interview that, in preparation for his role as Discord, he did not draw from his past experience as Q.[18] De Lancie mentioned during a 2013 convention panel that his voice recordings of Discord are slightly sped up and lose their deep bass sound. Nevertheless, fans still praised de Lancie for his performance.[19] According to Jim Miller in The Art of Equestria, de Lancie's sessions are always done by phone, but his first session as Discord was videotaped.

His other animated television roles included The Angry Beavers, Extreme Ghostbusters, Invader Zim, Duck Dodgers, Max Steel, Duckman, Young Justice,[13] and DC Super Hero Girls as Mr. Freeze.[20]


De Lancie co-wrote the Star Trek novel I, Q with Peter David, as well as co-writing the novel Soldier of Light (with Tom Cool).[21] He wrote the DC comic book story The Gift.[22] In 1996, along with Leonard Nimoy and writer-producer Nat Segaloff, de Lancie formed and recorded Alien Voices, a collection of audio dramas based on classic science fiction and fantasy stories, such as The Time Machine and The Lost World.[9]


De Lancie has performed as narrator with a number of major orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Philharmonic,[13] the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra[14][15] and Symphony Nova Scotia.[23] He provided the narration for the world premiere of Lorenzo Palomo's The Sneetches and Other Stories (based on the book by Dr. Seuss) with the Oberlin Conservatory Orchestra.[24][25] He wrote and directed ten symphonic plays, which were produced with the Milwaukee, St. Paul Chamber, Ravinia, Los Angeles, and Pasadena Orchestras.[15]

De Lancie was the writer, director and host of First Nights, an adult concert series at the Walt Disney Concert Hall with the Los Angeles Philharmonic,[14][15] based loosely on the book of the same name by Thomas Forrest Kelly, which explored the life and music of Stravinsky, Beethoven, Mahler, Schumann, and Prokofiev. In 2006, de Lancie made his opera directorial debut with the Atlanta Opera performing Puccini's "Tosca" from May 18–21.[15][dead link][citation needed]

In September 2019, de Lancie narrated as "Forever of the Stars" in the first ever live performances of Ayreon's Sci-Fi concept album Into the Electric Castle.[26]


While on stage at the 2012 Ottawa ComicCon, de Lancie announced that he had made plans to co-produce a documentary about "bronies" (older, usually male teenage and adult fans of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic). He said he was taken aback by how disrespectfully national news media portrayed the brony fandom.[27] He started a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the documentary, since titled Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony.[28] The campaign began on May 13, 2012, and by June 10 had reached $322,022, becoming Kickstarter's second-highest funded film project of all time.[28]

Personal life[edit]

De Lancie is married to Marnie Mosiman, with whom he has two sons: Keegan (b. 1984) and a younger son (b. 1987).[1][29]

De Lancie is an experienced sailor, spending time on the Pacific Ocean, which he said "sometimes involves very terrifying experiences."[30][31]

He is long-time friends with fellow Star Trek alum Kate Mulgrew.[32] He is also good friends with MacGyver and Stargate SG-1 star Richard Dean Anderson, with whom he has appeared in episodes of both series, and in the 1995 television series Legend.

Secular activism[edit]

Raised by secular parents, de Lancie is an advocate for atheism and humanism. Of his education in a religious school in Philadelphia, he remembers associating religion with manipulation. Rather than developing a religious outlook, he became fascinated by an ever-changing world: "I'm wondering if one of the things at the core of believing in God, or not, has to do with change. I have grown to embrace change. Personally, I love reading the science section in the paper every morning. I'm in awe of humankind's boundless curiosity."[33][34]

On June 4, 2016, he addressed the participants at the Reason Rally in Washington, D.C. Speaking in reference to his Star Trek character Q, he said:

My name is John de Lancie, and I am a god. At least, I've played one on TV. And I'm here to tell you as a god that I was created by humans. And the words I spoke were written by men and women ... My creators took great care in exalting me to the position I hold today. And just like all the gods before me—Zeus, Baal, Yahweh—my god creators wanted you to believe that I am the omnipotent one. The alpha and the omega.  ... Truth be told,  ... I don't exist any more than the thousands of other gods that humans have created, worshipped, and died for since the beginning of time.  ... But if you insist on believing in me, you do so at your own risk.  ... I will lead you down the path of ignorance, intolerance, and bigotry.  ... All because you believe. [33][35]

On July 14, 2017, de Lancie attended the unveiling of a statue of Clarence Darrow at the Rhea County Courthouse, Dayton, Tennessee, the site of the Scopes Trial in 1925, where Darrow had argued in favor of the teaching of evolution and secular education.[36][37]

De Lancie speaking at CSICon 2019

In October 2019, de Lancie was a featured speaker at the annual conference of the Center for Inquiry, CSICon.[33][38] At the conference he announced two new projects.[39] The first, an animated series, titled God's Goofs, is meant to point out that intelligent design is absurd. The second project is a play based on the historic 2005 intelligent design trial in Dover, Pennsylvania, the first direct challenge brought in the United States federal courts testing a public school district policy that required the teaching of intelligent design.[40]



List of performances and appearances by John de Lancie in film
Year Title Role Notes
1979 The Onion Field LAPD Lieutenant No. 2
1990 Bad Influence Howard
Taking Care of Business Ted Bradford Jr.
1991 The Fisher King TV Executive
1992 The Hand that Rocks the Cradle Dr. Victor Mott
1993 Arcade Difford
Fearless Jeff Gordon
1994 Deep Red Thomas Newmeyer
1995 Evolver Russell Bennett
1996 Multiplicity Ted Gray
1997 Trekkies Himself
1998 Saving Private Ryan Letter-Reader Voice
You Lucky Dog Lyle Windsor
1999 Final Run George Bouchard
2000 Woman on Top Alex Reeves
2001 Nicolas Dr. Fisher
Good Advice Ted
2007 Reign Over Me Nigel Pennington
Teenius Principal Senseman
2008 My Apocalypse Nathan Eastman
Pathology Dr. Quentin Morris
2009 Crank: High Voltage Fish Halman
Gamer Chief of Staff
2013 Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony Himself Co-producer
2015 Visions Victor Napoli
2017 Olaf's Frozen Adventure Mr. Olsen Voice
2018 Buttons: A Christmas Tale Johnson
2024 Identiteaze Steve


List of performances and appearances by John de Lancie in television
Year Title Role Notes
1977 Barnaby Jones Grady Episode: "Terror on a Quiet Afternoon"
McMillan & Wife Powell
SST: Death Flight Bob Connors Television film
1977–1978 The Six Million Dollar Man Various Characters
1978–1979 Emergency! Dr. Neil Colby/Dr. Deroy 3 episodes
1978 The Bastard Lt. Stark
1979 Battlestar Galactica Officer Episode: "Experiment in Terra"
1981 It's a Living Tom Morton Episode: "The Wedding"
1981 Nero Wolfe Tom Irwin Episode: "Might as Well Be Dead"
1982–1986, 1989–1990 Days of Our Lives Eugene Bradford
1983 The Thorn Birds Alastair MacQueen Miniseries
1986 The Twilight Zone The Dispatcher Episode: "Dead Run"
MacGyver Brian Ashford Episode: "The Escape"
Murder, She Wrote Binky Holborn Episode: "If the Frame Fits"
1987–1994 Star Trek: The Next Generation Q 8 episodes
1988 Trial and Error Bob Adams Regular cast
Mission: Impossible Matthew Drake Episode: "The Killer"
Hooperman Lucius Cain Episode: "High Noon"
1989 Get Smart, Again! Major Preston Waterhouse Uncredited
The Nutt House Norman Shrike Episode: "Pilot"
1991 L.A. Law Mark Chelios Episode: "The Beverly Hill Hangers"
1993 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Q Episode: "Q-Less"
Batman: The Animated Series Eagleton Voice, 2 episodes[41]
1994 Without Warning Barry Steinbrenner Television film
1995 Legend Janos Bartok
1996 Picket Fences District Attorney Episode: "Three Weddings and a Meltdown"
Touched by an Angel Justinian Jones Episode: "Jones vs. God"
1997 Duckman Tyler Fitzgerald Episode: "From Brad to Worse"
1996–2001 Star Trek: Voyager Q 3 episodes
1996–1997 The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Dr. Quest Voice, 17 episodes
2000 The Angry Beavers The Yak in the Sack Voice, episode: "Yak in the Sack"[41]
The Outer Limits Donald Finley Episode: "The Gun"
The West Wing Al Kiefer 2 episodes
Sports Night Bert Stors Episode: "April is the Cruelest Month"
2001–2002 Andromeda Sid Barry alias Sam Profitt 2 episodes
Stargate SG-1 Frank Simmons, Goa'uld 5 episodes
Max Steel L'Etranger
Military Base Guard
3 episodes
2001 Special Unit 2 King of the Links Episode: "The Eve"
The Practice Walter Bannish
2002 Crossing Jordan Medical Examiner Thaxton Episode: "Payback"
Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future Gerard Hamilton Voice, 2 episodes
2003 Judging Amy Dr. Eagan Episode: "Picture of Perfect"
2003 Duck Dodgers Sinestro Voice, episode: "The Green Loontern"[41]
2004–2005 Charmed Odin
2005 The Closer Dr. Dawson Episode: "Flashpoint
2005 Invader Zim Agent Darkbootie Voice, 2 episodes[41]
2008 The Unit Elliott Gillum Episode: "Dancing Lessons"
2009 Greek Himself Episode: "The Dork Knight"
2009–2010 Breaking Bad Donald Margolis 4 episodes
2011 Law & Order: LA Judge Avery Staynor Episode: "Carthay Circle"
Franklin & Bash Gallen Episode "Bachelor Party"
Torchwood: Miracle Day Agent Allen Shapiro 3 episodes
Young Justice Mister Twister Voice, episode: "Welcome to Happy Harbor"[41]
2011–2019 My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Discord Voice, 24 episodes[41]
2012 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Leonardo da Vinci Episode: "Time Angels"
The Secret Circle Royce Armstrong Episode: "Crystal"
2014 The Mentalist Edward Feinberg Episode: "Silver Wings of Times"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation General Robert Landsdale Episode: "Boston Brakes"
2015 The Librarians Mephistopheles Episode: "And the Infernal Contract"
2016 Justice League Action Brainiac Voice, 2 episodes
2017 Star Trek Continues Galisti Episode: "What Ships Are For"
2019 DC Super Hero Girls Mr. Freeze Voice[41][20]
2020 Star Trek: Lower Decks Q Voice, episode: "Veritas"
2022–2023 Dota: Dragon's Blood Lord Ritterfau Voice, 2 episodes[41]
Star Trek: Picard Q 8 episodes
2024 Masters of the Universe Revolution Granamyr Voice; 2 episodes

Video games[edit]

List of performances in video games
Year Title Role
1996 Star Trek: Borg Q
1997 Outlaws Matthew 'Dr. Death' Jackson[41]
Interstate '76 Antonio Malochio
1998 Star Trek: The Game Show Q
Interstate '76 Arsenal Antonio Malochio
1999 Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned Montreaux[41]
Planescape: Torment Trias the Betrayer
2000 Star Trek: ConQuest Online Q
2011 Assassin's Creed: Revelations William Miles
2012 Quantum Conundrum Professor Fitz Quadwrangle[41]
Assassin's Creed III William Miles[41]
2014 Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Q
2015 StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void Alarak[41]
My Little Pony, Twilight's Kingdom Storybook App Discord[41]
2016 Master of Orion: Conquer the Stars Human Emperor
Heroes of the Storm Alarak
StarCraft II: Nova Covert Ops Alarak
World of Warcraft: Legion Vydhar / Morphael
2017 XCOM 2: War of the Chosen Geist
2018 Payday 2 46th President of the United States
2019 Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Rushmore
2023 Assassin's Creed Mirage William Miles
2023 Dota 2 Ringmaster

Podcast series[edit]

List of performances in podcast series
Year Title Role
2019 Frontiers Narrator
2023 NPRmageddon John
2023 Shuttlepod Show guest


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