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John Wilkie is an actor and singer who appeared as a Hirogen hunter in the Star Trek: Voyager fourth season episodes "The Killing Game" and "The Killing Game, Part II". He also worked as second unit photo double for actor Mark Metcalf on both episodes. Wilkie received no credit for this work but was identified by the call sheets for the episodes. [1]

Wilkie moved Los Angeles in 1983 and was cast in a background walk-on role in the television drama The Seduction of Gina (1984, with Ed Lauter). He appeared in several video and music productions in the early 1990s under his artistic name John Bro. Between 1994 and 1995, Wilkie was one of the recurring background actors portraying the townfolk in the drama series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman where he worked with Joe Lando, Chad Allen, Frank Collison, Barbara Babcock, Nick Ramus, Hélène Udy, Erika Flores, Jason Leland Adams, and Gail Strickland.

He also worked as a recurring background actor, portraying a Chig alongside fellow Voyager actor John Austin, in several episodes of the science fiction series Space: Above and Beyond (1995-1996) where he also worked with Lanei Chapman, Tucker Smallwood, Tasia Valenza, David Jean Thomas, and Tracee Cocco. Wilkie was cast for this project through Alpha Company, founded and led by Kristian Sorensen.

Other projects he worked as featured or background actor on include the science fiction film Virtuosity (1995, with Louise Fletcher, Danny Goldring, Marva Hicks, Michael B. Silver, Frank Welker, Greg Bronson, Rogan Wilde, and Tracee Cocco), the comedy The Pest (1997, with Charles Hallahan, Tom McCleister, Judyann Elder, and Jim Lau), the comedy Senseless (1998, with Brad Dourif, Jenette Goldstein, Richard McGonagle, Greg Grunberg, Alexander Enberg, Manu Intiraymi, Ivar Brogger, Cyia Batten, and Jack Shearer), the science fiction remake Godzilla (1998, with Lloyd Kino, Clyde Kusatsu, Jamison Yang, Tom Gianelli, Nathan Anderson, and Stoney Westmoreland), the science fiction film Armageddon (1998, with Jason Isaacs, Marshall R. Teague, Anthony Guidera, John Mahon, James Harper, Peter White, Jeff Austin, Googy Gress, Matt Malloy, Andy Milder, Jim Fitzpatrick, Michele Edison, and Lawrence Tierney), the crime drama The General's Daughter (1999, with James Cromwell, Clarence Williams III, Darius Cottrell, and Pablo Espinosa), the crime comedy O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000, with Brian Reddy, Frank Collison, Stephen Root, and Musetta Vander) and episodes of Diagnosis Murder (1997, with Mark L. Taylor) and Working (1998, with Greg Bronson and Patrick Barnitt).

More recently, Wilkie appeared in the comedy Margarine Wars (2012) and in the crime thriller Crystal (2017).

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