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'''Kevin Derr''' {{born|13|April|1981}} appeared as [[Corporal]] [[Kelly (Corporal)|Kelly]] (with a nametag reading "[[E. Hamboyan]]") in several episodes of ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]''.
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{{sidebar actor
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| Name = Kevin Derr
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| Birth name = Kevin Neil Derr
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| Gender = Male
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| Date of birth = {{d|13|April|1981}}
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| Place of birth = Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
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| Roles = [[:Category:Performers|Background actor]]
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| Characters = [[#Star Trek appearances|Multiple characters]]
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}}
   
However, Derr is primarily a stuntman, having done stunts for the films ''The Time Machine'' (2002, written by ''[[Star Trek Nemesis]]'' scribe [[John Logan]]), ''Panic Room'', and ''Seabiscuit''.
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'''Kevin Neil Derr''' {{born|13|April|1981}} is a stuntman and stunt actor who performed stunts during the run of {{s|6}}. He also portrayed [[MACO]] [[Corporal]] {{dis|Kelly|Corporal}} on the last two seasons and received no credit for his appearances. Due to the re-use of costumes and name tags, Derr wore the tag [[E. Hamboyan]] in several episodes but his character was identified as Kelly and Hamboyan was portrayed by background actor [[Andrew MacBeth]]. According to the IMDb, Derr also performed stunts in {{film|12}}.
   
Most recently, he was a stunt performer on ''The Island'' (2005), which co-stars ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]'' actor [[Ethan Phillips]] and frequent ''Trek'' guest star [[Randy Oglesby]].
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Derr was born in Hollywood, California. In 2004, he was nominated for two Taurus World Stunt Awards for best specialty stunt and best overall stunt by a stuntman for his work in the sport drama ''Seabiscuit''. He has doubled for stars such as {{w|Tobey Maguire}} and {{w|Guy Pearce}}.
   
== Appearances ==
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His stunt resume includes films such as ''Swordfish'' (2001), ''The Time Machine'' (2002, written by [[John Logan]]), ''Spider-Man'' (2002, with [[Kirsten Dunst]]), ''Seabiscuit'' (2003), ''The Island'' (2005, with [[Ethan Phillips]], [[Noa Tishby]], [[Randy Oglesby]], [[Katy Boyer]], [[Glenn Morshower]], and stunts by [[Eddie Braun]], [[Alex Chansky]], [[Steve Kelso]], [[Denney Pierce]], [[Justin Sundquist]], and [[Spice Williams|Spice Williams-Crosby]]), ''Poseidon'' (2006), and ''World Trade Center'' (2006).
* {{ENT}}
 
** {{e|Rajiin}}
 
** {{e|North Star}}
 
** {{e|Hatchery}}
 
** {{e|Damage}}
 
** {{e|Countdown}}
 
** {{e|Zero Hour}}
 
** {{e|Storm Front, Part II}}
 
** {{e|Borderland}}
 
   
== External Links ==
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He has also performed stunts in television series such as ''Alias'', ''American Dreams'' (starring [[Ethan Dampf]]), ''Medium'', ''Six Feet Under'', and ''CSI: Miami'' (2006).
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[[Category:Performers|Derr, Kevin]]
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== ''Star Trek'' appearances ==
[[Category:ENT performers|Derr, Kevin]]
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<gallery>
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File:602 club starfleet patron 1.jpg|[[Starfleet 22nd 602 Club patron 1|Starfleet club patron]]<br />{{ENT|First Flight}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Engineer during explosion.jpg|[[EnterpriseNX operations crewman 021|''Enterprise'' engineer]]<br />{{ENT|The Expanse}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Austin.jpg|[[MACO]] [[G. Austin]]<br />{{ENT|Rajiin}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Kelly, 2154.jpg|[[Corporal]] {{dis|Kelly|Corporal}}<br />{{s|6}}<br />[[ENT recurring characters|Recurring character]]<br />(uncredited)
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File:Kevin Derr, In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II.jpg|{{mu|Kelly|Kelly (mirror)}}<br />{{ENT|In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II}}<br />(uncredited)
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</gallery>
   
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=== Recurring and further appearances ===
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*{{ENT}}
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*as {{dis|Kelly|Corporal}}
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**{{e|The Xindi}}
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**{{e|North Star}}
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**{{e|Hatchery}}
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**{{e|Damage}}
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**{{e|Countdown}}
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**{{e|Zero Hour}}
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**{{e|Borderland}}
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*Other stunt roles
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**{{e|The Crossing}} as a [[Unnamed Enterprise (NX-01) personnel|command division officer]]
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**{{e|Vanishing Point}}
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**{{e|Proving Ground}}
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**{{e|Harbinger}}
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**{{e|Cold Station 12}}
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**{{e|Awakening}}
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</div>
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== External links ==
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* {{imdb|name/nm1232110||external}}
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* [http://stuntphone.com/viewprofiledetail.php?id=153 Kevin Derr] at [http://stuntphone.com StuntPhone.com]
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* [http://www.isastunts.com ISAstunts.com] &ndash; member profile
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Revision as of 15:35, September 13, 2019

Real World article
(written from a Production point of view)

Kevin Neil Derr (born 13 April 1981; age 38) is a stuntman and stunt actor who performed stunts during the run of I AM ERROR. He also portrayed MACO Corporal Kelly on the last two seasons and received no credit for his appearances. Due to the re-use of costumes and name tags, Derr wore the tag E. Hamboyan in several episodes but his character was identified as Kelly and Hamboyan was portrayed by background actor Andrew MacBeth. According to the IMDb, Derr also performed stunts in Star Trek Into Darkness.

Derr was born in Hollywood, California. In 2004, he was nominated for two Taurus World Stunt Awards for best specialty stunt and best overall stunt by a stuntman for his work in the sport drama Seabiscuit. He has doubled for stars such as Tobey Maguire and Guy Pearce.

His stunt resume includes films such as Swordfish (2001), The Time Machine (2002, written by John Logan), Spider-Man (2002, with Kirsten Dunst), Seabiscuit (2003), The Island (2005, with Ethan Phillips, Noa Tishby, Randy Oglesby, Katy Boyer, Glenn Morshower, and stunts by Eddie Braun, Alex Chansky, Steve Kelso, Denney Pierce, Justin Sundquist, and Spice Williams-Crosby), Poseidon (2006), and World Trade Center (2006).

He has also performed stunts in television series such as Alias, American Dreams (starring Ethan Dampf), Medium, Six Feet Under, and CSI: Miami (2006).

Star Trek appearances

Recurring and further appearances

External links

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