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Charles Emmett is the actor and filmmaker who played Resh in the Star Trek: Voyager third season episode "Warlord". He filmed his scenes between Wednesday 4 September 1996 and Monday 9 September 1996 on Paramount Stage 16.

Making his television debut with an appearance on Beverly Hills, 90210 in 1990, Emmett generally played the role of a nameless police officer. His association with this type of role began with his appearance in a 1991 episode of the science fiction series Quantum Leap, starring Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell and also guest-starring Frank Novak and Heidi Swedberg. He went on to play a policeman on such series as The John Larroquette Show, Melrose Place, and The Guardian (starring Raphael Sbarge and with Lawrence Pressman). More recently, he appeared as a police detective in the "Hired Guns" episode of Boston Legal, a series starring William Shatner and Rene Auberjonois. Other Star Trek alumni who guest-starred in that episode were John Cragen, Aaron Lustig, and Ed O'Ross.

Emmett has also guest-starred on Murphy Brown (with Scott Bakula and Tucker Smallwood), Seinfeld (with Jason Alexander and Heidi Swedberg), The Steve Harvey Show and Judging Amy (both with Brad Blaisdell), Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place (with Christopher Darga), and 7th Heaven (starring Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks and with Matt Winston). He was also seen in an episode of Brannon Braga's short-lived CBS series Threshold, starring Brent Spiner and Scott MacDonald.

Emmett had a recurring role on the short-lived series City of Angels, during which he worked with Fran Bennett, Robert Foxworth, Dakin Matthews, Tony Plana, Ron Taylor, and Rick Worthy. Additionally, he appeared in the 1997 comedy Liar, Liar with Anne Haney and was seen in the 1998 television movie Mr. Murder with Julie Warner, Bill Smitrovich, K Callan, Don McManus, Richard Riehle, Jim Beaver, Stephanie Niznik, Jim O'Heir, Barbara Tarbuck, and Dell Yount.

More recently, he appeared in the short comedy Tricks of the Trade (2015, with Al Foster) on which he also worked as director, writer, executive producer, camera operator, and editor, and in episodes of 2 Broke Girls (2014), Truth Be Told (2015), The Real O'Neals (2016), and Angel from Hell (2016).

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