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Andrew "Andy" DePalma is a former stuntman and actor who appeared in several episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and three Star Trek films. He received no credit for his appearances. DePalma's costume as a Bajoran officer was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

DePalma also appeared in episodes of Love & War (1995, with Paul Eiding, Michael Nouri, Lise Simms, and Suzie Plakson), Sliders (1997, with Jerry O'Connell, John Rhys-Davies, and Erika Guillory), Angel (2000, directed by Winrich Kolbe), and The West Wing (2000-2001, with Timothy Davis-Reed and Derek Coleman). Film work includes supporting roles in the comic adaptation The Flintstones (1994, with Lena Banks and Rabia Louis Haynes), the horror comedy Vampire in Brooklyn (1995, with Eddie Murphy, Angela Bassett, Joanna Cassidy, and Wendy Robie), the television movie Soldier of Fortune (1997, with Melinda Clarke, Mark A. Sheppard, and Jimmy Ortega), the television movie Babylon 5: In the Beginning (1998, with Andreas Katsulas, Reiner Schöne, Theodore Bikel, J. Patrick McCormack, Tricia O'Neil, Robin Sachs, Robin Atkin Downes, Timothy Davis-Reed, Erica Mer, Mark Rafael Truitt, Claudia Christian, and Pancho Demmings), the crime drama Fallen (1998, with Robert Joy, Ray Xifo, and Cress Williams), the drama The Pretenders (2000), and the science fiction drama Impostor (2001, with Golden Brooks, Brian Brophy, Scott Burkholder, Maury Sterling, Tracey Walter, Rosalind Chao, and Clarence Williams III).

DePalma worked as a stunt driver in the German thriller Im Sog des Bösen (1995, with Matt McCoy, Paul Winfield, and stunts by Jophery C. Brown, Spiro Razatos, and Pat Romano) and the television series Michael Hayes (1997-1998, under stunt coordinator Robert Bralver). He performed stunts in the television series Seinfeld (1995), Space: Above and Beyond (1995-1996, starring Lanei Chapman and Tucker Smallwood), High Incident, The Burning Zone (1996-1997, starring James Black, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Michael Harris), Conrad Bloom (1998), and The Brian Benben Show (1998). He worked as stunt double for Ed Harris in the action thriller The Rock (1996) and performed stunts in the thriller Se7en (1995), the crime drama Set It Off (1996), the crime drama Absolute Power (1997), and the thriller The Siege (1998).

Star Trek appearances

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