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David LeBell is a stuntman and stunt actor who performed stunts as a Klingon soldier in the Star Trek: Enterprise fourth season episode "Borderland". He was uncredited for his performance. His costume, which was previously used by stuntman Ben Scott and actor Dan Desmond in different episodes, was sold off on It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay and his name was misspelled as David LaBell. [1]

LeBell is the stepson of Midge LeBell and the son of the famous stuntman and wrestler Gene LeBell who played like his son also a Klingon but in a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode in 1996. He has doubled for stars such as David Anthony Higgins and Drew Carey.

LeBell has performed in films such as Zebra Force (1976), They Call Me Bruce? (1982), Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985, with David Graf, Arthur Batanides, and stunts by Dan Barringer, Hubie Kerns, Jr., Tom Morga, Bernie Pock, Spiro Razatos, and Brian J. Williams), The Golden Child (1986), The Lost Boys (1987, with Todd Feder and stunts by Sandy Berumen, Janet Brady, Doc Charbonneau, Monty Cox, Randy Hall, Kim Robert Koscki, Gene LeBell, Bernie Pock, Scott Wilder, and Spice Williams), RoboCop 2 (1990, with Peter Weller), Mobsters (1991, with Christian Slater), Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993, with Patrick Stewart, Chase Masterson, Brian George, Clive Revill, Clement von Franckenstein, and stunts by Dan Barringer, Erik Cord, Kiante Elam, Scott Leva, and Clint Lilley), Demolition Man (1993), Waterworld (1995), Gattaca (1997), Lethal Weapon 4 (1998), Bandits (2001), Starsky & Hutch (2004), and Half Past Dead 2 (2007, with Tony Plana and stunts by John Cade and Ken Clark).

He has also performed in television series such as Cheers (starring Kirstie Alley and Kelsey Grammer), Otherworld, Married with Children, The Drew Carey Show, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (2000, with John Harnagel and Vincent Schiavelli), Malcolm in the Middle (2000 and 2002, with David Paul Needles), and Deadwood (2006, with Jim Beaver, Brad Dourif, Leon Rippy, Titus Welliver, Larry Cedar, Allan Graf, and Tim de Zarn).

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