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Harry Treadaway (born 10 September 1984; age 36) is an English actor who portrays Narek in the first season of Star Trek: Picard. [1]

Film Roles

Treadaway has been an actor since 2005, but it would not be until he finally won his first American film part in 2013's "The Lone Ranger" when he would finally gain some exposure and work with fellow Trek alumni. The film performed disastrously in theatres, but Treadaway found himself surrounded by the likes of Jack Axelrod, J.D. Cullum, James Frain, Brad Greenquist, Randy Oglesby, Leon Rippy and Stephen Root. Treadaway would fare better in the 2018 dark comedy "Gringo" which costarred film actor Alan Ruck. 2020 saw Treadaway lending his voice to the video game "Squadron 42" and joining Treadaway in the recording booth is VOY performer John Rhys-Davies.

Treadaway starred as Dr. Frankenstein alongside Shazad Latif as Dr. Jekyll in Penny Dreadful created by John Logan.

Star Trek appearances

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