AARP Interview with Patrick Stewart, X-Men Hero, Star Trek Fame
Who does Patrick Stewart most admire Star Trek's Captain Jean-Luc Picard or X-Men's Professor Charles Xavier? Get a glimpse into to this sci-fi icon's thoughts on life and work at warp speed.
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