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Adam Nimoy will be discussing his memoir, The Most Human: Reconciling with My Father, Leonard Nimoy

Just in time for father’s day, Adam Nimoy will be discussing his memoir,

The Most Human: Reconciling with My Father, Leonard Nimoy,

with author Carol Hoenig.


Living with Dad was like living with a stranger–as a kid I often had trouble connecting and relating to him. But I was always proud of him.

My resentment towards my father kept building through the years. I wasn’t blameless, I know that now, but my bitterness blinded me to any thought of my own contribution to the problem.

I wanted things to be different for my children. I wanted to be the father I never had, so I coached Maddy’s soccer, drove Jonah to music lessons, helped them with their homework–all the things dads are supposed to do. All the things I wanted to do. So what if my Dad and I had been estranged for years? I was living one day at a time.

And then I got his letter.

That marked a turning point in our lives, a moment that cleared the way for a new relationship between us.


Adam Nimoy will sign purchased copies of The Most Human. Wouldn’t it make a nice Father’s Day gift? 

Adam Nimoy is a graduate of UC Berkeley and Loyola Law School. After seven years in entertainment law, he left to pursue a directing career. Nimoy has directed over forty-five hours of network television, as well as directing the critically acclaimed documentary film about his father. For the Love of Spock (2016) was the Official Selection at the Tribeca Film Festival. He was featured in the New York Times article “To Boldly Explore Jewish Roots of Star Trek” and he published a Father’s Day piece about his relationship with his father for the Boston Globe. He is the author of My Incredibly Wonderful, Miserable Life and has been in 12-step recovery for twenty years. Adam has three children, a step-son, a dog and two cats. He lives in Los Angeles.