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Kimble Jemison is the actor who appeared as an engineer in the Star Trek: Voyager sixth season episode "Good Shepherd".

Jemison first appeared in the late '80s, as Georgie in the 1988 horror film The Boy from Hell. This appearance was followed by supporting roles in the drama The Last of the Finest (1990, with Henry Darrow, Ron Canada, and Jeanne Mori), the television thriller State of Emergency (1994, with Paul Dooley, Richard Beymer, and fellow Voyager actor Robert Beltran), the drama The Glass Shield (1994, with Bernie Casey, Victoria Dillard, Natalija Nogulich, and Lori Petty), the comedies Life and Bowfinger (both 1999), and the drama Tuesdays with Morrie (1999, with Aaron Lustig and John Billingsley).

More notable, Jemison had guest roles in the television series Gabriel's Fire (1990, with Madge Sinclair, Bill Cobbs, Richard Fancy, and Frank Collison), Homefront (1991, with Ken Jenkins and Kevin Scott Allen), SeaQuest DSV (1993, with Stephanie Beacham, Christopher Pettiet, and Marco Sanchez), M.A.N.T.I.S. (1994), Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1994, starring Teri Hatcher and with Bill Erwin and Charles Rocket), The Jamie Foxx Show (1997), Chicago Hope (1998, with Kelly Connell and wade Andrew Williams), and Pensacola: Wings of Gold (1999, with Bruce Bohne and Ken Jenkins), as well as a recurring role in the comedy series A Different World (1990-1991).

Further credits include the thriller The Chaos Factor (2000), the comedy sequel Miss Congeniality 2: Armed & Fabulous (2005, with William Shatner), the thriller Hot Tamale (2006, with Diora Baird, Mike Starr, and Richard Riehle), and the television movie Jane Doe: Ties That Bind (2007, with Bruce French, Lorna Raver, Joanna Miles, and Time Winters). Jemison also appeared in the television series JAG (2001, with Paul Collins, Robert Pine, and Sam Witwer), Fastlane (2003, with Don McManus and Mark Sheppard), Angel (2003, with Bonita Friedericy), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2003, with Willie Garson, Patrick Fischler, Wallace Langham, and Brad William Henke), ER (2004, with Jamison Yang), and more recently in Shark (2007, with Jeri Ryan and Leland Orser).

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