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Clinton Wayne (born 15 July 1974; age 45) is an Emmy Award-winning make-up and make-up effects artist whose work includes prosthetic make-up effects on 2009's Star Trek. He is currently business partners with Matthew Mungle and John Jackson at W.M. Creations, Inc.

His credits include many other films and television shows as either an on-set make-up artist, a make-up lab worker, or both. His make-up lab specialties include mold making, sculpting, casting, gelatin and silicone running, and foam construction. He won Emmy Awards for Outstanding Makeup for a Series on The X-Files and for his prosthetic work on the HBO series Six Feet Under. He has also been nominated four times for his work on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Other television shows on which he has worked include CSI: Miami, Malcolm in the Middle, Desperate Housewives, Ghost Whisperer, Bryan Fuller's Pushing Daisies, Raising Hope and two series starring Linda Park: Raines and Women's Murder Club.

Wayne has also worked on dozens of feature films. He was a key make-up or prosthetic make-up artist for such films as I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998, featuring Bill Cobbs and Jeffrey Combs), Soul Survivors (2001, with art direction by Keith Cunningham), Freaky Friday (2003, featuring Rosalind Chao and Willie Garson), Knocked Up (2007, featuring Adam Scott, hair styling by Charlotte Parker, and prosthetic application by Ruth Haney), and the upcoming films Midnight Meat train and The House Bunny. His work can also be seen in such blockbuster films as The Mummy (1999, featuring music by Jerry Goldsmith), The Perfect Storm (2000, featuring Bob Gunton and Christopher McDonald), The Fast and the Furious (2001, with hair styling by Joy Zapata), Spider-Man (2002, starring Kirsten Dunst), and X-Men: The Last Stand (2006, starring Kelsey Grammer, Famke Janssen and Patrick Stewart).

In addition, Wayne has worked under Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier make-up artist Jeff Dawn on three films: 1999's Deep Blue Sea, 2002's Collateral Damage (featuring Raymond Cruz, Rick Worthy and make-up by Crist Ballas), and 2003's Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (featuring David Andrews, Kristanna Loken, make-up by Steve LaPorte and art direction by Beat Frutiger). The many other films Wayne has worked on, and the other Star Trek alumni involved, include:

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