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Matt Huhn is the former actor who appeared as a Triannon in the Star Trek: Enterprise third season episode "Chosen Realm" in 2003, directed by Roxann Dawson. He was listed as "ND Triannon" in the end credits of the episode.

Between 1989 and 1996, Huhn attended the West Chester University of Pennsylvania in Phildelphia where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre/Theater. He then attended the University of California in Los Angeles between 1996 and 1999 and mastered in acting.

Prior to his appearance on Star Trek, Huhn had featured parts in episodes of The Naked Truth (1997, with Sarah Silverman), Frasier (2002, starring and directed by Kelsey Grammer), The West Wing (2004, with Terry O'Quinn, Ron Canada, and Tang Nguyen), and Summerland Beach (2004, with Serena Scott Thomas).

He also appeared in the drama Swap Meet (1999, with John Fleck), the short film First Kiss (2002), and the comedy Got Papers? (2003) and in the plays "Bare-A Pop Opera" (2000) at the Hudson Mainstage in Hollywood, California, "Corpus Christi" (2001) at The Lillian Theatre in Hollywood, California, and "Hot Property" (2003) at The Evidence Room in Los Angeles, California.

Further credits include guest roles in episodes of Will & Grace (2006, with Leigh Allyn Baker), Bones (2006, with Mary Mara and Brian Simpson), and Four Kings (2006, with John Balma) and a recurring role as Agent Steve in three episodes of 24 (2006, with Gregory Itzin, Roger R. Cross, Jude Ciccolella, Glenn Morshower, Mark Sheppard, Brett Rickaby, and Peter Weller).

Most recent work includes the horror thriller The Legend of Bloody Mary (2008, with Stephen Macht and Randy Mulkey) and a guest role in CSI: Miami (2010, with Mark Moses and David Lee Smith).

Between 2004 and 2009, Huhn worked as F&B Manager and later as General Manager at the Tangier Restaurant & Lounge. He then moved as server to Cecconi's West Hollywood in 2009. Since September 2015, Huhn is the General Manager at Cecconi's West Hollywood located at Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, California. [1]

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