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James Donald "J.D." Hall (born 7 May 1947; age 72) is an actor and voice artist who performed the Klingon com voice in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "The Augments".

Since 1984, he has been married to actress Eugenia Wright. They have one child. Hall served as an SAG board member from 1980 till 1983 and tried also to become the SAG president but failed.

His resume includes films such as Computercide (1982, with David Huddleston and Liam Sullivan), Pigs vs. Freaks (1984, with Eugene Roche, Elisha Cook, Jr., and William Windom), Fatal Attraction (1987), Out on the Edge (1989, with Natalija Nogulich, Dakin Matthews, and Ron Canada), Jury Duty (1995, with Charles Napier, Richard Riehle, and Alex Datcher), and Melting Pot (1998), and guest appearances in television series such as Lou Grant (1982, with Gregory Sierra), Hill Street Blues (1981-1983, with James B. Sikking, Barbara Bosson, Barbara Babcock, Milt Tarver, and Kenneth Tigar), T.J. Hooker (1985, with William Shatner, James Darren, and Ernest Perry, Jr.), Matlock (1989, with Michael Durrell, Peter Mark Richman, James Sloyan, and Nana Visitor), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1991, starring James Avery), Deadly Games (1996, with Christopher Lloyd, Bob Minor, James Harper, and Mike Starr), Any Day Now (2000, with Kate Vernon), Alias (2002, with Tony Amendola, Terry O'Quinn, Scott Alan Smith, and Joseph Ruskin), and Cold Case (2007, with Vyto Ruginis).

In addition he has lent his voice to several films and television series such as Jaws: The Revenge (1987), The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989), Ghost Dad (1990), Bopha! (1993), Baywatch Nights (1996), Spider-man (1996-1997, as voice of Blade the Vampire Hunter), and the video game Forgotten Realms: Icewind Dale II (2002).

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