Rachel Wyman

Rachel Wyman is an on-again off-again member of the KLI, mainly known for putting Marc Okrand into conniptions. Under her influence, he approved the double useage of ngech to also mean a woman's cleavage. She is one of the vocal parameters on the Klingon Language Lab. She is most infamously known for her translations, and singing, of famous songs into Klingon including Patsy Cline's "Crazy" (jImaw) & "Memory" from "Targs" (Now & Forever!).

She has also been featured in the 2004 documentary Earthlings: Ugly Bags of Mostly Water singing "Crazy." She has performed with the Washington Shakespeare Company Avant Bard for their "By Any Other Name - A Night of Shakespeare in the Original Klingon" shows. One of which was filmed for the BBC series "Stephen Fry's Planet Word." - She made it on screen behind Stephen but they didn't use footage of her playing Klingon Beatrice - to Marc Okrand playing Benedict. She also was the Ghost of Kahless Past in WSC Avant Bard's production of A Klingon Christmas Carol in December 2014.

Klingon name

Her Klingon name is r'Hul. After Marc Okrand pointed out to her that names do not follow tlhIngan Hol rules, r'Hul stuck with the spelling and will answer to the calling out of Rrrrr-Hoooool across a crowded room.

See also

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Category: People    Latest edit: 25 Jan 2015, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 03 Aug 2014 by KlingonTeacher
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