William Shatner: I have no life regrets
William Shatner does not have any regrets about his life.
The 84-year-old actor, who is best known for his leading role in 'Star Trek', has revealed he considers himself to be "one of the luckiest men on Earth", having already achieved the bulk of his ambitions.
Asked what he would change about his life, Shatner said: "Nothing. I've got a beautiful wife, three beautiful children and I've raised a large amount of money for charity [a 2,400-mile motorbike ride across country for the American Legion].
"Everything that has gone on before has made me one of the luckiest men on Earth."
Despite his advancing years, Shatner - who played the iconic James Kirk on 'Star Trek' - tries to remain active and even feels guilty when he sits down.
He explained to the Mail on Sunday newspaper: "That's probably why I like to keep so busy. Tomorrow I'm doing a day of voiceover for the children's show 'The Clangers', and then I'm doing the narration for the WWE series, 'Breaking Ground'. I'm also trying to get a show off the ground for the 50th anniversary of 'Star Trek'."