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Cullen Douglas (born 6 November 1967; age 52) is the actor who played the unnamed Suliban commander in the Star Trek: Enterprise second season episode "Future Tense".

Douglas is married to Rachel since 1994 and the couple has two children. He has also performed in several stage plays and television commercials for products such as T-Mobile, Kellogg, and Fed Ex.

Among his on screen resume are guest appearances in television series such as From the Earth to the Moon (1998, with Ronny Cox, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Clint Howard, Ethan Phillips, Harve Presnell, and Alan Ruck), Mortal Kombat: Conquest (1998, starring Kristanna Loken), Sheena (2000), Boomtown (2003, with Neal McDonough, Gina Hecht, and David Figlioli), ER (2004, with Leland Orser, Scott Grimes, and Anthony De Longis), Alias (2005, created and produced by J.J. Abrams and with guest actor Cliff DeYoung), Six Feet Under (2005, with James Cromwell, Anne Ramsay, Abby Brammell, and Robert Pine), Charmed (2005, with Rey Gallegos), Bones (2006, with Robert Foxworth and Lindsey Stoddart), Deadwood (2006, with Jim Beaver, Brad Dourif, Titus Welliver, Zach Grenier, Larry Cedar, Leon Rippy, Keone Young, Dennis Christopher, Franc Ross, and Allan Graf), and Criminal Minds (2007, with Bill Smitrovich).

Douglas has also played in a number of films such as The Limits of Thermal Traveling (1995), Making Waves (1998), Big Trouble (2002, with Jack Kehler), Gotham Cafe (2005, with Kevin Brief), Over My Dead Body (2007, with Stephen Root and W. Morgan Sheppard), and Deadland (set for 2008).

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