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Brett Bell (born 14 March 1970; age 50) is an actor who appeared as a Voyager crewman in disguise as a 1940s nightclub patron in the Star Trek: Voyager fourth season episode "The Killing Game". He received no credit for this appearance but is listed on the call sheets of the episode.
Bell worked as body double and stand-in for actor David Duchovny on the television series The X-Files. In the seventh season episode "Je Souhaite" (2000), he was featured as morgue attendant. The episode also featured Paul Hayes and Paul Eliopoulos. Bell also worked as double for Duchovny on the video game The X Files: Resist or Serve (2004). In addition, Bell also worked as photo double for Noah Wyle on the television series ER. 
Bell later became a film/television set paramedic.  In this capacity he worked on projects such as the television comedy Wedding Daze (2004, starring John Larroquette), the television crime drama Gone But Not Forgotten (2005), the television Western Love's Long Journey (2005, with W. Morgan Sheppard, John Savage, and Jeff Kober), the television drama Our House (2006, with Ellen Geer and Deborah Van Valkenburgh), the television movie Murder 101: If Wishes Were Horses (2007), the romance The Christmas Pageant (2011), the television drama Love by the Book (2014, with Michael Ensign), the family movie When Duty Calls (2015, with Olivia d'Abo), the television romance Win, Lose or Love (2015, with Catherine Hicks and Greg Grunberg), the family movie It Had to Be You (2015, with Corbin Bernsen), and the television romance The Right Girl (2015).