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[[File:Shea.jpg|thumb|...as [[Lieutenant]] [[Shea]]]]
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'''Carl Byrd''' {{born|10|August|1935}} is the actor who played [[Lieutenant]] [[Shea]] in the ''[[Star Trek: The Original Series|original series]]'' episode {{e|By Any Other Name}}. He filmed his scenes on Friday {{d|10|November|1967}} and Monday {{d|13|November|1967}} at [[Desilu Stage 10]].
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|gender = Male
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|birthday = {{d|10|August|1935}}
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|birthplace = Jackson, Mississippi, USA
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'''Carl Byrd''' {{born|10|August|1935}} is the actor who played [[Lieutenant]] [[Shea]] in the {{s|TOS}} [[TOS Season 2|second season]] episode {{e|By Any Other Name}}. He filmed his scenes on Friday {{d|10|November|1967}} and Monday {{d|13|November|1967}} at [[Desilu Stage 10]].
   
He also appeared with fellow TOS guest star [[Christopher Held]] in episodes of {{wt|Mission: Impossible}} (also with [[Joseph Bernard]]), {{wt|Taxi (TV series)|Taxi}}, {{wt|The Jeffersons|The Jeffersons}}, and {{wt|St. Elsewhere|St. Elsewhere}} (with [[Ed Begley, Jr.]], [[Ellen Bry]], and [[Norman Lloyd]]). Other television series on which he has appeared include {{wt|I Dream of Jeannie|I Dream of Jeannie}} (with [[David Soul]]), {{wt|Barnaby Jones|Barnaby Jones}} (with [[Lee Meriwether]]), {{wt|Cannon (TV series)|Cannon}} (with [[Sharon Acker]], [[Michael Bell]], and [[George D. Wallace]]), and {{wt|Quincy, M.E.|Quincy}} (with [[Robert Ito]] and [[Garry Walberg]]). He also appeared in the film {{IMDb-name|id=tt0068280|name=Black Girl}}, starring [[Brock Peters]], in 1972 and had small roles in {{IMDb-name|id=tt0076804|name=Telefon}} (1977, with [[Roy Jenson]] and [[Robert Phillips]]) and {{IMDb-name|id=tt0087482|name=Irreconcilable Differences}} (1984, with [[David Graf]]).
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He also appeared with fellow TOS guest star [[Christopher Held]] in episodes of {{wt|Mission: Impossible}} (also with [[Joseph Bernard]]), {{wt|Taxi (TV series)|Taxi}}, {{wt|The Jeffersons}}, and {{wt|St. Elsewhere}} (with [[Ed Begley, Jr.]], [[Ellen Bry]], and [[Norman Lloyd]]). Other television series on which he has appeared include {{wt|I Dream of Jeannie}} (with [[David Soul]]), {{wt|Barnaby Jones}} (with [[Lee Meriwether]]), {{wt|Cannon (TV series)|Cannon}} (with [[Sharon Acker]], [[Michael Bell]], and [[George D. Wallace]]), and {{wt|Quincy, M.E.}} (with [[Robert Ito]] and [[Garry Walberg]]). He also appeared in the film ''{{imdb|title/tt0068280|Black Girl}}'', starring [[Brock Peters]], in 1972 and had small roles in ''{{imdb|title/tt0076804|Telefon}}'' (1977, with [[Roy Jenson]] and [[Robert Phillips]]) and ''{{imdb|title/tt0087482|Irreconcilable Differences}}'' (1984, with [[David Graf]]).
   
 
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Latest revision as of 21:05, December 3, 2019

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Carl Byrd (born 10 August 1935; age 84) is the actor who played Lieutenant Shea in the Star Trek: The Original Series second season episode "By Any Other Name". He filmed his scenes on Friday 10 November 1967 and Monday 13 November 1967 at Desilu Stage 10.

He also appeared with fellow TOS guest star Christopher Held in episodes of Mission: Impossible (also with Joseph Bernard), Taxi, The Jeffersons, and St. Elsewhere (with Ed Begley, Jr., Ellen Bry, and Norman Lloyd). Other television series on which he has appeared include I Dream of Jeannie (with David Soul), Barnaby Jones (with Lee Meriwether), Cannon (with Sharon Acker, Michael Bell, and George D. Wallace), and Quincy, M.E. (with Robert Ito and Garry Walberg). He also appeared in the film Black Girl, starring Brock Peters, in 1972 and had small roles in Telefon (1977, with Roy Jenson and Robert Phillips) and Irreconcilable Differences (1984, with David Graf).

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