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[[Image:Haynem.jpg|thumb|right|...as Crewman Haynem]]
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'''Jef Jon Ayres''' is an actor who played [[Haynem|Crewman Haynem]] during the run of ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]''. Ayres served also as [[Connor Trinneer]]'s [[stand-in]] on all four seasons. His only on-screen credit and a line of dialogue was in {{e|These Are the Voyages...}}, ''Enterprise''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s series finale.
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|name = Jef Ayres
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|birth name = Jef Jon Ayres
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|characters = [[Crewman]] [[Haynem]]<br/>[[Klingon 22nd unnamed military 001|Klingon warrior]]
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Ayres has played in the films ''The Majestic'' (2001, with [[David Ogden Stiers]], [[Mario Roccuzzo]], [[Frank Collison]], [[Ken Magee]], and [[Earl Boen]]), ''A Man Apart'' (2003, with [[Geno Silva]], [[Jeff Kober]], [[Marco Rodriguez]], [[Jim Boeke]], [[Charlie Curtis]], and [[Thomas Kopache]]), ''Good Bad Karma'' (2006, written, produced, and directed by [[David Takemura]]), ''Razor Sharp'' (2006, with [[Chic Daniel]]), and ''Dream Slashers'' (2007).
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'''Jef Jon Ayres''' is an actor who played [[Crewman]] [[Haynem]] during the four-year run of {{s|ENT}}. Ayres also worked as [[Connor Trinneer]]'s [[stand-in]] for the [[ENT Season 3|third]] and [[ENT Season 4|fourth season]]s, replacing [[Mark Watson]]. His only on-screen credit and a line of dialogue was in {{e|These Are the Voyages...}}, ''Enterprise''{{'}}s series finale, where he was credited as "Med Tech". In addition, Ayres portrayed a [[Klingon 22nd unnamed military 001|Klingon]] in an episode of ''Enterprise'' and worked as stand-in for [[Jason Collins]] on the third season episode {{e|Rajiin}}.
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His Klingon boots were previously worn by actors [[Michael Dorn]] and [[John Vickery]] and were sold off on the [[It's A Wrap! sale and auction]] on eBay. {{stala|9212}} His Starfleet jumpsuit was also worn by stuntman [[Keii Johnston]] and cameo role actor [[Robert Pickering]] and was also sold off. {{stala|6727}} Ayres was part of a [[deleted scene]] in sickbay from the episode {{e|Minefield}} which was added in the special features of the [[ENT Season 2 DVD]].
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Ayres appeared in the films ''The Majestic'' (2001, with [[David Ogden Stiers]], [[Mario Roccuzzo]], [[Frank Collison]], [[Ken Magee]], and [[Earl Boen]]), ''A Man Apart'' (2003, with [[Geno Silva]], [[Jeff Kober]], [[Marco Rodriguez]], [[Jim Boeke]], [[Charlie Curtis]], and [[Thomas Kopache]]), ''Good Bad Karma'' (2006, written, produced, and directed by [[David Takemura]]), ''Razor Sharp'' (2006, with [[Chic Daniel]]), and ''Dream Slashers'' (2007).
   
 
He has also appeared in the television series ''The Jamie Foxx Show'', ''Popular'', and ''Passions'', as well as in several stage plays.
 
He has also appeared in the television series ''The Jamie Foxx Show'', ''Popular'', and ''Passions'', as well as in several stage plays.
   
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More recently, since 2015, Ayres worked as stand-in for [[Scott Bakula]] on the television series ''NCIS: New Orleans'' where he also worked with series regular [[Zoe McLellan]].
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==''Star Trek'' appearances==
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(''This list is currently incomplete.'')
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*{{ENT}}
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**{{e|Broken Bow}} ([[ENT Season 1|Season 1]])
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**{{e|Fight or Flight}}
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**{{e|Strange New World}}
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**{{e|Unexpected}}
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** {{e|Fortunate Son}}
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**{{e|Oasis}}
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**{{e|Vox Sola}}
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**{{e|Fallen Hero}}
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**{{e|Two Days and Two Nights}}
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**{{e|Shockwave}}
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**{{e|Minefield}} ([[ENT Season 2|Season 2]])
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**{{e|Future Tense}}
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**{{e|The Crossing}}
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**{{e|Cogenitor}}
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**{{e|Regeneration}}
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**{{e|The Expanse}}
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**{{e|Rajiin}} ([[ENT Season 3|Season 3]])
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**{{e|Impulse}}
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**{{e|Bound}} ([[ENT Season 4|Season 4]])
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**{{e|These Are the Voyages...}}
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== External links ==
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Revision as of 15:30, December 4, 2019

Real World article
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Jef Jon Ayres is an actor who played Crewman Haynem during the four-year run of Star Trek: Enterprise. Ayres also worked as Connor Trinneer's stand-in for the third and fourth seasons, replacing Mark Watson. His only on-screen credit and a line of dialogue was in "These Are the Voyages...", Enterprise's series finale, where he was credited as "Med Tech". In addition, Ayres portrayed a Klingon in an episode of Enterprise and worked as stand-in for Jason Collins on the third season episode "Rajiin".

His Klingon boots were previously worn by actors Michael Dorn and John Vickery and were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] His Starfleet jumpsuit was also worn by stuntman Keii Johnston and cameo role actor Robert Pickering and was also sold off. [2] Ayres was part of a deleted scene in sickbay from the episode "Minefield" which was added in the special features of the ENT Season 2 DVD.

Ayres appeared in the films The Majestic (2001, with David Ogden Stiers, Mario Roccuzzo, Frank Collison, Ken Magee, and Earl Boen), A Man Apart (2003, with Geno Silva, Jeff Kober, Marco Rodriguez, Jim Boeke, Charlie Curtis, and Thomas Kopache), Good Bad Karma (2006, written, produced, and directed by David Takemura), Razor Sharp (2006, with Chic Daniel), and Dream Slashers (2007).

He has also appeared in the television series The Jamie Foxx Show, Popular, and Passions, as well as in several stage plays.

More recently, since 2015, Ayres worked as stand-in for Scott Bakula on the television series NCIS: New Orleans where he also worked with series regular Zoe McLellan.

Star Trek appearances

(This list is currently incomplete.)

External links

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