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Christopher Liam Moore (born 12 June 1964; age 56) is an actor who appeared in two episodes of Star Trek: Voyager, playing two different characters. He first appeared in the third season episode "Distant Origin" as the Voth Tova Veer. He later played a Varro stowaway in the fifth season episode "The Disease". For "The Disease", Moore filmed his scenes on second unit on Friday 15 January 1999 on Paramount Stage 8 and 9. His costume from this episode was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Besides his work on Star Trek, Moore has appeared in episodes of EZ Streets (working with Mike Starr and Lawrence Tierney), 3rd Rock from the Sun (in an episode with Shay Astar), Friends, and It's Like, You Know.... He was was also a regular on the short-lived, unscripted drama series Murder in Small Town X.

In 2000 and 2002, Moore was seen in the recurring role of Ian Jankowski on the CBS series Judging Amy, during which he worked with fellow Star Trek alumni Robert Curtis-Brown, Brian Markinson, George Murdock, Daniel Roebuck, and Raphael Sbarge. He then had a recurring role as Richard on the TBS series 10 Items or Less.

Recurring Star Trek: Voyager actress Nancy Hower directed Moore in a 79-minute comedy film called Memron, which screened at various film festivals (beginning with Sundance) in 2004. More recently, Moore was seen in the independent drama Sharif Don't Like It, which premiered at the Portland International Film Festival in 2006.

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