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[[Image:David Trotti 1st assistant dir.jpg|thumb|David Trotti ([[2005 productions|2005]])]]
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'''David Trotti''' worked as a Second Assistant Director for ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'' and ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]'' and later as First Assistant Director for ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]''. He also worked on ''[[Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country]]''.
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| Name = David G. Trotti
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| Birth name = David Giroux Trotti
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| Roles = [[:Category:Assistant and second unit directors|First assistant director]]; [[:Category:Performers|Performer]]
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He was also a Second Assistant Director for the 1990 [[horror movie]] ''Evil Spirits'', starring [[Michael Berryman]] and [[Bert Remsen]]. He was also brought in to serve as Second Assistant Director for [[Robert Duncan McNeill]]'s short [[film]], ''9mm of Love'', starring [[Ethan Phillips]] and [[Liz Vassey]].
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'''David Giroux Trotti''' is an assistant director who worked as DGA Trainee on {{film|6}} and {{s|TNG}}, as second assistant director on TNG and {{s|VOY}}, and as first assistant director on {{s|ENT}}. Trotti is married to actress and [[stand-in]] [[Amy Kate Connolly]] and is the son in law of hair stylist [[Laura Connolly]]. Together they appeared as [[Human 22nd century civilian ceremony attendees|civilian ceremony attendees]] in the final ENT episode {{e|These Are the Voyages...}}.
   
He also worked as First Assistant Director for the short-lived [[television]] series ''[[Wikipedia:Just Legal|Just Legal]]''.
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He was also a Second Assistant Director for the 1990 horror movie ''Evil Spirits'', starring [[Michael Berryman]] and [[Bert Remsen]], the crime drama ''Roots of Evil'' (1992), and the action film ''Victor One'' (1994). Prior to this he worked as DGA Trainee on the television series ''Doogie Howser, M.D.'' (1992). Trotti was also brought in to serve as Second Assistant Director for [[Robert Duncan McNeill]]'s short film ''9mm of Love'' in 2000, starring [[Ethan Phillips]] and [[Liz Vassey]].
   
==Appearances==
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Further credits as first and second assistant director include [[Michael Dorn]]'s television drama ''Through the Fire'' (2002, with [[Marina Sirtis]]), the television series {{wt|Just Legal|Just Legal}} (2005), ''Heist'' (2006, with [[Seymour Cassel]]), and ''Justice'' (2006-2007), the short comedy ''Falling'' (2007, with [[F.J. Rio]], editor [[Todd Slayton]], and makeup artist [[James MacKinnon]]), the comedy ''Women on Top'' (2007, with [[Jeffrey Byron]], [[Kristen Ariza]], and [[Merritt Yohnka]]), and the television series ''Cold Case'' (2007-2008), ''Factory'' (2008), and ''Chuck'' (2008-2011).
*[[ENT]]: "[[These Are the Voyages...]]" as a civilian ceremony attendee
 
   
==External links==
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== ''Star Trek'' credits ==
*{{IMDb-link|page=nm1270422}}
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[[Category:Production staff|Trotti]]
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* {{film|6}} &ndash; DGA Trainee
[[Category:Performers|Trotti]]
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* {{TNG}}
[[Category:ENT performers|Trotti]]
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** {{e|The Outcast}} &ndash; 2nd Unit DGA Trainee (uncredited, [[TNG Season 5|Season 5]])
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** {{e|Cause and Effect}} &ndash; 2nd Unit DGA Trainee (uncredited)
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** {{e|The First Duty}} &ndash; DGA Trainee (uncredited)
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** {{e|Cost of Living}} &ndash; 2nd Unit DGA Trainee (uncredited)
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** {{e|Descent}} &ndash; Second Assistant Director (uncredited, [[TNG Season 6|Season 6]])
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** {{e|Gambit, Part II}} &ndash; Second Assistant Director (uncredited, [[TNG Season 7|Season 7]])
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** {{e|Homeward}} &ndash; Second Assistant Director (uncredited)
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** {{e|Bloodlines}} &ndash; Second Assistant Director (uncredited)
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** {{e|All Good Things...}} &ndash; Second Assistant Director (credited as David Trotti)
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* {{ENT}}
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** {{e|Marauders}} &ndash; Second Assistant Director ([[ENT Season 2|Season 2]])
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** {{e|Cold Station 12}} &ndash; First Assistant Director ([[ENT Season 4|Season 4]])
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** {{e|Awakening}} &ndash; First Assistant Director
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** {{e|Observer Effect}} &ndash; First Assistant Director
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** {{e|The Aenar}} &ndash; First Assistant Director
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** {{e|Bound}} &ndash; First Assistant Director
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** {{e|Demons}} &ndash; First Assistant Director
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[[Category:ENT performers]]

Latest revision as of 20:50, September 25, 2019

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David Giroux Trotti is an assistant director who worked as DGA Trainee on Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country and Star Trek: The Next Generation, as second assistant director on TNG and Star Trek: Voyager, and as first assistant director on Star Trek: Enterprise. Trotti is married to actress and stand-in Amy Kate Connolly and is the son in law of hair stylist Laura Connolly. Together they appeared as civilian ceremony attendees in the final ENT episode "These Are the Voyages...".

He was also a Second Assistant Director for the 1990 horror movie Evil Spirits, starring Michael Berryman and Bert Remsen, the crime drama Roots of Evil (1992), and the action film Victor One (1994). Prior to this he worked as DGA Trainee on the television series Doogie Howser, M.D. (1992). Trotti was also brought in to serve as Second Assistant Director for Robert Duncan McNeill's short film 9mm of Love in 2000, starring Ethan Phillips and Liz Vassey.

Further credits as first and second assistant director include Michael Dorn's television drama Through the Fire (2002, with Marina Sirtis), the television series Just Legal (2005), Heist (2006, with Seymour Cassel), and Justice (2006-2007), the short comedy Falling (2007, with F.J. Rio, editor Todd Slayton, and makeup artist James MacKinnon), the comedy Women on Top (2007, with Jeffrey Byron, Kristen Ariza, and Merritt Yohnka), and the television series Cold Case (2007-2008), Factory (2008), and Chuck (2008-2011).

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