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Charles Bazaldua (born 26 January 1945; age 77) is a voice artist and actor who worked as ADR and Looping voice actor on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise as well as Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. He also voiced the Borg in the video game Star Trek: Elite Force II. An image of Bazaldua recording additional dialogue for the DS9 sixth season episode "Tears of the Prophets" can be seen in the reference book Star Trek: Action!. For that episode, he worked with Richard Penn, Carlyle King, Paige Pollack, and Gary Schwartz.
Bazaldua appeared in episodes of Knight Rider (1982, with Patricia McPherson and Alan Oppenheimer), Crisis Counselor (1982), Simon & Simon (1984, with Mary Carver and Victor Brandt), Murder, She Wrote (1985), Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1985, with Roger Aaron Brown, Jeanne Mori, and James Saito), Misfits of Science (1985, with Kevin Peter Hall), Blacke's Magic (1986, with David Huddleston, Richard McGonagle, and Tricia O'Neil), Dream West (1986, with Alice Krige and F. Murray Abraham), Amen (1986 and 1989, with Bennet Guillory and James Avery), L.A. Law (1990, with Corbin Bernsen, Larry Drake, Jennifer Hetrick, Anne Haney, Paul Winfield, Diana Muldaur, and Renée Jones), Reasonable Doubts (1991, with Jim Beaver, Joe Farago, and J.D. Walters), and Knots Landing (1993, with Gregg Daniel). He also appeared in the television thriller Nightmare on the 13th Floor (1990, with Louise Fletcher, Juliana Donald, Harvey Vernon, and Frank Kopyc) and in the drama The Bodyguard (1992, with Bill Cobbs, Mike Starr, Bert Remsen, Donald Hotton, Douglas Price, Dan Koko, and John Tesh).
As voice performer he worked on the crime drama The Hot Spot (1990), the romance Flesh and Bone (1993), the comedy Mr. Nanny (1993), the fantasy thriller The Crow (1994), the sport comedy The Big Green (1995), the comedy Mr. Wrong (1996), the fantasy drama Phenomenon (1996), the comedy Election (1999), the thriller Man on Fire (2004), and the romance Ask the Dust (2006).