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Chad McCord is an actor, director, artist, acting coach, and film maker who worked as regular background actor, a Starfleet ensign, on the first two seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He also appeared in this role in the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episode "Birthright, Part I". He also worked as stand-in on the episode "The Storyteller". He received no credit for his appearances. [1]

McCord also had supporting and guest roles in episodes of Party of Five (1999, with Scott Grimes and directed by Lou Antonio), M.Y.O.B. (2000, with Don McManus and Greg Bronson), Body of Proof (2012, with Jeri Ryan and John Carroll Lynch), 90210 (2012, with Peyton List), Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 (2013), and The Young and the Restless (2013, with Jessica Collins).

Among his film work are the drama March (2001, with Michelle Phillips and Kevin McCorkle), the action film DOA: Dead or Alive (2006), the television comedy Class with Chadwick Chubb (2012) on which he also worked as producer, writer, an director, and the television movie Outrageously Green (2013), also written and directed by him.

McCord directed the short comedy Fear of Feathers (2003, with Todd Babcock), the Jury Duty pilot episode (2007), and the television comedy Wildlife (2010). As writer, producer, and director, he worked on the short comedy The Mean Bean (2010), the short comedy F.Y.D. (2015, with John Larroquette) for which he won several independent film awards, and the reality show Almost Naked (2017). He also was co-producer and director for the short film Stay with Me (2011) and associate producer and dialogue coach on the comedy Public Disturbance (2018, with Peipei Yuan).

McCord published his first book, titled "Life Line: Actors Guide to Acting and Auditions in Hollywood". He also published "Private Hell – Cautionary Tales For Grown-Ups".

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