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Geoffrey "Geoff" Andrew Meed (born 31 December 1969; age 50) is an actor who played Dee'Ahn in his real form in the Star Trek: Enterprise first season episode "Two Days and Two Nights". He also voiced Crewman Tom Odell and a Malon in the 1997 video game Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force.
Meed was born in Houston, Texas and has started his career as a stuntman in live shows at the Universal studios. He studied martial arts for 25 years and performed all of his stunts without using a stunt double. Meed is also a stage writer and director and teaches Shaolin Kenpo for self defense courses. He has appeared in several television commercials such as one opposite Steven Seagal.
Among his acting resume are films such as Fatal Skies (1990, with Dennis Ott), Kickboxer 5 (1995, with Denney Pierce), Leprechaun 4: In Space (1997, with Jessica Collins), Brother (2000), Little Miss Sunshine (2006, with Wallace Langham and Matt Winston), and Resident Evil: Extinction (2007, with Chris Durand and John Eric Bentley).
Meed guest starred in the television series Renegade (1993, starring Branscombe Richmond), Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1995, with Helene Udy and Joe Lando), Babylon 5 (1997, with Bill Mumy, Clayton Landey, and Marjorie Monaghan), V.I.P. (2000, with Michael Owen, Albie Selznick, and stunts by Darlene Williams), Charmed (2000, with Anthony Holiday), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2001, with Katy Boyer and Timothy Carhart), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997 and 2000, with Richard Wharton and Franc Ross), CSI: Miami (2003), Without a Trace (2004, with Enrique Murciano, Earl Billings, and Tim Kelleher), Malcolm in the Middle (2005), as Bruno in several episodes of Port Charles (2003), and in several episodes of Passions (2000 and 2003).
More recently, Meed appeared in the action film Hotchfeld (2012) on which he also worked as stunt coordinator, and in episodes of Awake (2012) and Eaglehart (2012, with Robert Towers). He wrote the screenplay for the horror film Hold Your Breath (2012, with Darin Cooper) and made his directing debut with the 2011 horror film The Amityville Haunting, stunt coordinated by Eddie Perez.