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David "Dave" Figlioli is the actor who portrayed the Klingon weapons officer in the Star Trek: Enterprise second season episode "The Expanse".

Figlioli studied theater at Wayne State University in Detroit and has performed in several stage plays, for which he received a number awards, including The Korbin Patrick Award and the Best Actor Award. He started his acting career with appearances in the short films Dating Rosie (1999), How I Saved the World (2001), and The American Shame (2001). He then appeared in several television series, including episodes of The Tick (2001, with Liz Vassey and Maury Ginsberg), The X-Files (2002, with Katy Boyer, Cyril O'Reilly, and George D. Wallace), The Practice (2002, with Rene Auberjonois, David Doty, and Michael Rothhaar), Crossing Jordan (2003, with Miguel Ferrer and Susan Gibney), and Boomtown (2003, with Neal McDonough, Gina Hecht, and Cullen Douglas).

Figlioli appeared in the television western Hard Ground (2003, with Larry Hankin), the horror thriller All Souls Day: Dia de los Muertos (2005, with Jeffrey Combs, Robert Budaska, and Amina Islam), the television comedy Special Unit (2006, with Mike Timoney), the comedy The Alibi (2006, with Sharon Lawrence), and the short comedy You Owe Us. (2006).

Other television performances include Monk (2003, with Stanley Kamel), ER (2004, with Scott Grimes, Patrick Fischler, Paul Dooley, Michelle Bonilla, and Elliot Durant III), Angel (2003 and 2004, alongside Annie Wersching and Sam Witwer in the previous one and Leland Crooke, Dennis Christopher, and Mark Colson in the latter one), Numb3rs (2005, with Mel Winkler, Vince Deadrick, Sr., and Robert Mammana), Desperate Housewives, Charmed (2003 and 2005, with Christopher Darga in the previous episode and Scott Rinker and Jennifer Tung in the latter one, where he was also directed by LeVar Burton), and Las Vegas (2006, with Nikki Cox, Mark Harelik, and Christopher McDonald).

More recently, Figlioli performed in the thriller I Know Who Killed Me (2007, with Spencer Garrett, Gregory Itzin, Theo Kypri, Neal McDonough, Brian McNamara, Michael Papajohn, and Shay Astar), the Dirt episode Welcome to Normal (2008, starring Jeffrey Nordling), and in the science fiction film Rock Monster (2008).

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