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James Castle "J.C." Stevens (born 23 November 1964; age 54) is an actor who played a Kes aide in the Star Trek: The Next Generation seventh season episode "Attached".

Stevens was born in Brooklyn, New York and studied acting under F. Murray Abraham. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting from the Brooklyn College. Beside his television and film appearances he has played in several stage plays such as "Prelude to a Kiss".

Stevens hosted and produced the 2000 documentary Business of Acting which features fellow Star Trek performers Diedrich Bader and John de Lancie. He played roles in films such as The Colony (1995, with Marshall Teague, Michele Scarabelli, Vince Deadrick, Jr., and Colby French), the award winning short film The Promise (1997), and Random Shooting in L.A. (2002, with Patty Holley and Kara Zediker).

Among his appearances in television series are guest roles in Working (1997, alongside Kevin Brief), The King of Queens (1999), Threat Matrix (2003, with Denise Crosby, Colby French, and Damara Reilly), Rules of Engagement (2007), The Loop (2007), and in several episodes of The Drew Carey Show (1996-2004, with series regular Diedrich Bader and guest actors Bill Erwin, Nan Martin, and Kat Sawyer-Young).

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