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Ike Eisenmann (born 21 July 1962; age 58) is an actor who portrayed the role of Peter Preston, Scotty's nephew, in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

He also appeared in the 1975 movie Escape To Witch Mountain (with Alfred Ryder, Lawrence Montaigne, and Rex Holman) and its 1978 sequel Return to Witch Mountain as well as several television appearances in the 1970s-80s.

Ike starred in The Kansas City Massacre with Harris Yulin. He also acted in the NBC series The Fantastic Journey in 1977. Katharyn Powers was a writer for that series. Frank Corsentino appeared in an episode. He starred with John de Lancie, William Shatner and Kim Cattrall in The Bastard in 1978.

Paul Winfield acted with Ike in Dreams Don't Lie in 1982. Ike acted with Malcolm McDowell and Alfre Woodard in 1983 in Cross Creek. Ike's voice was used for Kaze no tani no Naushika (Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, 1984) along with Patrick Stewart and Chris Sarandon for the 2005 English-language version. Ike's voice was again used in Challenge of the GoBots along with Brock Peters and Rene Auberjonois in 1984. Michael Nouri voice along with Ike's were used in GoBots: War of the Rock Lords in 1986. Molly Hagan starred with Ike in Some Kind of Wonderful in 1987.

Ike's voice was used again in 2004 for Hauru no ugoku shiro (Howl's moving Castle), another voice used was Jean Simmons.

Ike and his Witch Mountain co-star Kim Richards both made cameo appearances in the 2009 re-make Race to Witch Mountain with Star Trek: Voyager guest star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in the lead role.

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