(written from a Production point of view)
Kaiyoti Pesante is an actor who appeared as a guide in the Star Trek: Voyager second season episode "Tattoo". He received no credit for his appearance but was identified by the call sheets of the episode.
Pesante was also featured as a paramedic in the Sliders episode "Prophets and Loss" (1998, with David Birney, Connor Trinneer, and Katy Boyer). He then worked as set production assistant on the Western drama Love's Abiding Joy (2006, with W. Morgan Sheppard and Darlene Ava Williams), the television movie McBride: Dogged (2007, starring and directed by John Larroquette and with Marta DuBois and Richard Lineback), and the television drama Love's Unending Legacy (2007, with Ken Magee and Andre Alexsen).
Since 2007, Pesante has been working as grip in the camera and electrical department of film and television productions. Among his resume are series such as Yo Gabba Gabba! (2007), Meteor (2009, starring Christopher Lloyd and Jason Alexander), The League (2009), Harry's Law (2011, co-starring Christopher McDonald), Dirty Work (2012), True Blood (2011-2012), Fred: The Show (2012), Suburgatory (2012-2013), The Last Ship (2014), American Housewife (2016), Goliath (2016, executive produced by David Semel), and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (2016-2017).
Among his film work are the television movies Murder 101: If Wishes Were Horses (2007) and A Grandpa for Christmas (2007), the drama A Least Among You (2009), the sports drama Chasing a Dream (2009), the horror film House of the Wolf Man (2009), the science fiction film White Wall (2010), the horror comedy Detention (2011), Bryce Dallas Howard's dshort drama When You Find Me (2011), the drama Dream in American (2011, with Tony Todd), the television movie Blue Lagoon: The Awakening (2012), the comedy Karaoke Man (2012), the crime thriller Evidence (2013), the drama The Trials of Cate McCall (2013, with James Cromwell, Clancy Brown, and Brad Greenquist), the movie sequel Veronica Mars (2014), the drama Redeemed (2014), the comedy Entourage (2015), the music comedy Rock and Roll: The Movie (2016), the science fiction film Beyond Skyline (2017), and the television comedy Spaced Out (2017).