John Fleck

John Fleck

John is one of only three actors to have starred in all incarnations of the modern Star Trek TV series, namely TNG, DS9, Voyager and Enterprise, albeit in a variety of different roles. He was awarded the 1992 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Distinguished Creation Performance for “A Snowball’s Chance in Hell” at the Mark Taper Forum Too Theatre in Los Angeles, California.

He was the target of government-sanctioned homophobia at the height of the so-called “Culture Wars” and the AIDS crisis, leading ultimately to an ambiguous U.S. Supreme Court ruling with implications for the freedom of speech, government funding for the arts and the separation of church and state. 


John Fleck performance artist

What the Fleck?

A successful performance artist known as one of the infamous ‘NEA Four’ – along with Karen Finley, Tim Miller, and Holly Hughes – whose lawsuit against the National Endowment of the Arts achieved notoriety in the early 90’s.