In her two-hour interview, Diana Muldaur discusses studying acting with coach Stella Adler and describes her early theater work and her early television appearances on Dr. Kildare, Gunsmoke, and Survivors. She recalls being Arnold Schwarzenegger's first on-screen kiss (on The Streets of San Francisco), shares tales of her two appearances on the original Star Trek, and details her work on Planet Earth, Born Free, and her appearance in the pilot of Charlie's Angels. Muldaur also outlines her film work and her work in TV movies To Kill a Cop and The Miracle Worker. She details becoming the first female president of the Television Academy, joining the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and speaks of her time playing "Rosalind Shays" on L.A. Law, a character who had one of TV's most infamous demises - falling down an elevator shaft. Karen Herman conducted the interview on June 17, 2011 in Martha's Vineyard, MA.