This classically trained actor has been on TV for five decades (including two episodes of The Twilight Zone), and he shows no signs of slowing down. We've known him as Captain Kirk, T.J. Hooker, Priceline pitchman, singer (sort of) and a Dad who says $#*! But on Shatner’s Raw Nerve, which premiered on the Biography Channel in late 2008, William Shatner isn’t so much the host but the resident therapist. Sitting almost uncomfortably close to his guests, Shatner listens intently with a furrowed brow as celebrities pour out their souls to him for 22 minutes. His soothing voice and calming presence have provided a welcoming environment for Weird Al Yankovic to recount his parents’ death from carbon-monoxide poisoning – and for LeVar Burton to open up about how emotionally draining it was to shoot the famous “whipping” scene in Roots. So, Bill, are you accepting new clients?