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David Selburg (born 17 December 1948; age 70) is an actor who has played four different roles on three of the Star Trek spin-off series. Other television shows on which he has appeared include Falcon Crest (starring Robert Foxworth), Hardcastle and McCormick (starring Brian Keith and Daniel Hugh Kelly), L.A. Law (starring Corbin Bernsen and Larry Drake), Alien Nation (starring Gary Graham, Eric Pierpoint, and Michele Scarabelli, in an episode with Armin Shimerman), The Wonder Years (starring Olivia d'Abo), Doogie Howser, M.D. (starring Lawrence Pressman and James B. Sikking), Chicago Hope (in an episode with Paul Dooley), two episodes of ER (with Richard Herd, Chris Sarandon, and William Utay), two episodes of The Practice (with Megan Cole, Raymond Cruz, Cliff DeYoung, Albert Hall, Richard McGonagle) and CSI. He also had a recurring role as Officer Raymond on Hill Street Blues in 1987, working with the likes of Marc Alaimo, Barbara Babcock, Barbara Bosson, Charlie Brill, John Fleck, Megan Gallagher, Louis Giambalvo, Anne Haney, Richard Herd, Eric Menyuk, Iona Morris, Tim Russ, James Saito, James B. Sikking, Lawrence Tierney.
In addition to his many TV roles, he has several feature films to his credit. Among these are 1985's The Man with One Red Shoe (with Gerrit Graham, David L. Lander, Richard McGonagle, and David Ogden Stiers), 1987's Born in East L.A. (with Tony Plana and Noble Willingham), 1991's For the Boys (with Andy Dick, Bruce Gray and Andy Milder), 1994's On Deadly Ground (co-starring Mike Starr), and 1995's Species (with Jordan Lund, William Utay, and Herta Ware). His most recent film was the 2002 action/thriller The Bourne Identity.