(written from a Production point of view)
Lincoln P. Simonds is a stuntman and stunt actor who performed stunts in several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Enterprise. He received no credit for his appearances. His costume from "These Are the Voyages..." is a reuse of the costume worn by Clint Carmichael in the TNG episode sixth season "Tapestry" and was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. 
Simonds is the step son of the late stuntman and stunt coordinator Chuck Courtney and the step brother of stuntman Dustin Courtney. He was nominated for a Taurus World Stunt Award in 2001 for best high work in the film Hollow Man (2000).
Simonds was one of the participants of American Gladiators and his stunt performing and stunt acting resume includes movies such as Zapped! (1982, with Robert Mandan, Merritt Butrick, Carlos Lacamara, and Vince Deadrick, Jr.), Miracle Mile (1988, with Denise Crosby, Brian Thompson, Jenette Goldstein, Robert DoQui, Earl Boen, Raphael Sbarge, John Gillespie, and Dennis Madalone), Mom and Dad Save the World (1992, with Teri Garr, Wallace Shawn, Thalmus Rasulala, and Dennis Madalone), Mars Attacks! (1996, with Willie Garson, Valerie Wildman, Vinny Argiro, Lynn Salvatori, and Brian J. Williams), Men in Black (1997, with Carel Struycken, Ken Thorley, and Todd Bryant), Conspiracy Theory (1997, with Patrick Stewart, Christopher Doyle, Bob Minor, Mic Rodgers, and Brian J. Williams), Titanic (1997, with Michael Ensign, Shay Duffin, Jenette Goldstein, Anita Hart, Johnny Martin, and Denise Lynne Roberts), Wild Wild West (1999, with Musetta Vander, James Lashly, Ian Abercrombie, Scott Workman, Gail Monian, and Tim Trella), We Were Soldiers (2002, with Keith Szarabajka, Randy Oglesby, and Mark Chadwick), and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006, with Lee Arenberg, Lin Oeding, Tom Morga, and Denney Pierce).
Among his television resume are series such as Highway to Heaven (1987, with Jeff Cadiente and Jennifer Parsons), Walker, Texas Ranger (1996-1999, with Noble Willingham), and Deadwood (2004-2006, with Jim Beaver, Leon Rippy, and Keone Young).