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'''Jef Jon Ayres''' is an actor who played a [[Unnamed Enterprise (NX-01) personnel#Medical Technician (2161)|Medical technician]] in the last ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'' episode {{e|These Are the Voyages...}}.
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'''Jef Jon Ayres''' is an extra who was [[Connor Trinneer]]'s [[stand-in]] on all four seasons of ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]''. His acting appearances on the show were of [[medical technician]] [[Haynem]]. He received credit and a line of dialogue in {{e|These Are the Voyages...}}, ''Enterprise''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s series finale.
   
 
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).
 
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 extra who was Connor Trinneer's stand-in on all four seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise. His acting appearances on the show were of medical technician Haynem. He received credit and a line of dialogue in "These Are the Voyages...", Enterprise's series finale.

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).

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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