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Bill T. Brown (born 30 December 1982; age 37) is an actor and model who had a supporting role as a Romulan officer in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek. On 20 February 2008 he had his final costume fitting [1] and on 27 February 2008 he started to film his scenes and remained on the set for about a month. [2]

Brown was born in San Diego, California and is the great nephew of actress Judy Pace. In 2004 he received a BA in business management from the University of Phoenix and has started to study acting under David Nathan Schwartz and Jeff Hardwick. In addition to his athletic skills, he speaks fluent German and Spanish.

Brown has appeared in the short drama Cab Driver, the short horror The Lottery (2007), the drama Pawn (2007), and the drama Escaping the Norm (2007). He also had a background role as a politician in an episode of the series Nip/Tuck and appeared as a soldier in the Toxic Waste music video "Strange Man". Brown has also performed in several stage plays, mostly for the Tustin theater, for which he also directed two plays, Raggedy Ann & Andy and This Is a Test.

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