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Mark Villwock Correy (born 13 June 1965; age 56) is an actor who appeared as the engineer Alex and several background aliens throughout the four-year run of Star Trek: Enterprise. For his appearances, Correy received no credit. Correy's sister Debbie Villwock is the mother of the twins Candace and Nicole Villwock who appeared in several film and television productions at a very young age, including the Star Trek: The Next Generation seventh season episode "Dark Page".

He attended the North Whittier Elementary School and the Katherine Edwards Middle School in the late '70s and the Pioneer High School, the Whittier High School, and the Glen A. Wilson High School in the '80s. [3]

His acting work include supporting roles in the action film To Protect and Serve (1992), the drama Men of Honor (2000, with Ryan Honey and Leon Russom), the war drama Pearl Harbor (2001), Steven Spielberg's drama Catch Me If You Can (2002, with Thomas Kopache, Jimmie F. Skaggs, and Malachi Throne), the comedy Christmas with the Kranks (2004, with David L. Lander), and the comedy Fun with Dick and Jane (2005, with Ivar Brogger, Clint Howard, Kerry Hoyt, and Scott L. Schwartz).

He has also appeared in the daytime soap The Young and the Restless (1981), had a recurring role as a barista in the comedy series All About Us (2001, with Shannon O'Hurley), and featured roles in episodes of Diagnosis: Muder (1998, with Eileen Seeley), VIP (2002), Will & Grace (2003, next to Madonna), Family Affair (2003), Angel (2004, with Glen Hambly), and Alias (2004, with Greg Grunberg, Victor Garber, Terry O'Quinn, Bill Bolender, and Mark Bramhall).

More recently, Correy had a recurring background role in five episodes of the series Lie to Me (2010, with Conor O'Farrell, Benito Martinez, Erick Avari, and Patrick Fischler) and featured parts in episodes of Bones (2012, with Stephanie Erb) and Scandal (2015, with Steve Luna).

Star Trek appearances

Recurring appearances

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