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David Carpenter is an actor who played Onara in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fourth season episode "Accession".

Carpenter has guest starred in television series such as Matlock (1987, with Star Trek: The Next Generation guest actor David Froman), A Man Called Hawk (1989, starring Avery Brooks and guest starring Steven Culp and Henry Kingi, Sr.), The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (1993, alongside Thomas Hobson and stunt coordinator Christopher Doyle and under the direction of Kim Manners), The Nanny (1995, with series regular Daniel Davis), Dark Skies (two episodes in 1997, with Star Trek: Voyager star Jeri Ryan, and recurring guest actor Vaughn Armstrong in the latter one), Mad About You (1998, in an episode which also features Bonita Friedericy), JAG (1998 and 2000, with Erick Avari, Steven Culp, and Michael McGrady in the former and Paul Collins, Gary Graham, Beverly Leech, and William Wellman, Jr. in the latter), Deadwood (2004, with series regulars Jim Beaver, Brad Dourif, Leon Rippy, and Keith Carradine, and guest stars Keone Young and Christopher Darga), and Nip/ Tuck (2004, alongside Hank Harris, Greg Daniel, and Ron Marasco).

He has also performed in films such as Stuck on You! (1983, with Patricia Tallman), Crimes of the Heart (1986), Warlock (1989, featuring Kay E. Kuter, Allan Miller, and Ian Abercrombie), Gettysburg (1993, alongside Andrew Prine, W. Morgan Sheppard, Kieran Mulroney, Joseph Fuqua, Kevin Conway, William O. Campbell, and Mark Moses), Peter Weir's Fearless (1993, with John de Lancie), the Academy Award nominated Ghosts of Mississippi (1996, starring Whoopi Goldberg, Virginia Madsen, and Susanna Thompson, and with Bill Smitrovich, Terry O'Quinn, Richard Riehle, Brock Peters, Bill Cobbs, Jordan Lund, Jerry Hardin, Thomas Kopache, and Spencer Garrett), Family Tree (1999, with D. Elliot Woods and George Murdock), Gun Shy (2000, with Greg Daniel, Louis Giambalvo, Aaron Lustig, Manny Perry, and Jack Janda), Gods and Generals (2003, with Kevin Conway, William O. Campbell, Joseph Fuqua, James Horan, and William Morgan Sheppard), and the television movie McBride: It's Murder, Madam (2005, starring John Larroquette and Marta Dubois, and with Joel Polis, John Thaddeus, Marcy Goldman, and Nicholas Guest).

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