D.C. Fontana, 80, developed Spock character as first female ‘Star Trek’ writer squib

D.C. Fontana, who helped craft the lore of “Star Trek” and developed one of its signature characters, Spock, as the first female writer for the 1960s television series, died Tuesday at a hospital in Burbank, California. She was 80 and lived in Los Angeles.

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