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Matt Malloy (born 12 January 1963; age 61) portrayed the character Grish in the Star Trek: Enterprise first season episode "Acquisition". He also provided the voice of Omag in the 2003 video game Star Trek: Elite Force II.

1990s work[]

Malloy has been acting since the late 1980s, but it was not until he performed in the 1992 drama Wind did Malloy work with another Trek actor, Ned Vaughn. Malloy has also appeared in Mrs. Parker & the Vicious Circle (1994, with Wallace Shawn). Hand Gun (1994, with Seymour Cassel), Bloodhounds (1996, starring Corbin Bernsen with Michael Buchman Silver), Boys (1996, with Christopher Pettiet and Winona Ryder), The Alarmist (1997, with Dennis Cockrum). As Good as It Gets (1997, with Kaitlin Hopkins), Starstruck (1998, with Spencer Garrett), Armageddon (1998, co-written by J.J. Abrams, with Jeff Austin, Brian Brophy, Jason Isaacs, Jim Fitzpatrick, Googy Gress, Anthony Guidera, James Harper, John Mahon, J. Patrick McCormack, Andy Milder, and Lawrence Tierney), Playing by Heart (1998, with Michael Buchman Silver, David Clennon, April Grace, Tim Halligan, and Kellie Waymire) and Election (1999, with Molly Hagan, Mark Harelik, and Holmes R. Osborne).

2000s work[]

In 2000, Malloy appeared in Drop Dead Gorgeous (with Kirstie Alley and Next Generation guest Kirsten Dunst). In the 21st century, Malloy in Everything Put Together (2000, with Shelly Desai, Tom McCleister, and Alan Ruck), South of Heaven, West of Hell (2000, with Noble Willingham), Perfect Murder, Perfect Town (2000, with Ronny Cox, James G. MacDonald, John Rubinstein, and Sean Whalen), Finding Forrester (2000, with F. Murray Abraham, April Grace and Michael Nouri), A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001, starring Haley Joel Osment, with April Grace, Haley Joel Osment, Paula Malcomson, James W. Jansen, John Prosky, Tim Rigby, Michael Shamus Wiles, Eliza Coleman, Miguel Perez, and Matt Winston), The United States of Leland (2003, with Ron Canada, Clyde Kusatsu, Ann Magnuson, Jim Metzler, and Angela Paton), Fargo (2003, with Robert Joy) and the short film The Goldfish (with Henry Gibson), Spartan (2004, with Steven Culp, Margot Farley, David Paymer and Natalia Nogulich), Sunny & Share Love You (2007, with Diedrich Bader), Choke (2008, with Joel Grey and Brad William Henke). The Last Days of Limbo (2008, with Ian Abercrombie), Battle of the Sexes (2017, with Mark Harelik, Wallace Langham, Tim Ransom and Sarah Silverman.

Television work[]

Malloy's first work on television was a starring role on Tanner '88 (with Richard Cox). In 1997, Malloy guest-starred on The Practice (with Tony Amendola). Also in 1997, Malloy guested on TC-16: FBI (starring Zach Grenier with Pasha Lychnikoff and Glenn Morshower). In 1999 he worked on Spin City (starring Alan Ruck and Victoria Dillard, with John Harrington Bland). and NYPD Blue (starring Gordon Clapp and Sharon Lawrence, with Chad Allen).

In the 21st century, Malloy acted on Charmed (2001, with Michael Bailey Smith). On Tremors, Malloy worked with Melinda Clarke in "Night of the Shriekers" (2003). In 2005, Malloy appeared on House (starring Jennifer Morrison with John Cho and Keone Young), and also was on Without a Trace (starring Enrique Murciano) in the final episode of the series that year. In 2006, Malloy appeared on Boston Legal with René Auberjonois and William Shatner (with Ed Begley, Jr. and Andrew Prine), followed by The West Wing (with Vince Grant and Scott Klace). Next came Medium, executive-produced by Kelsey Grammer. After that was an appearance in Raines (with Linda Park). In the spring of that year, Malloy was guest-cast on Numbers (with Lisa Vidal). Malloy also appeared on K-Ville (starring John Carroll Lynch with Michael Harney and Scott Klace). Malloy worked on Lie to Me (2009, with Steven Flynn), Bones, (2009, with Ellen Geer, Rick Scarry, and Kelvin Yu), Desperate Housewives (2009, starring Teri Hatcher, Neal McDonough, and Brenda Strong) (with John Eric Bentley) and Hawthorne (with Bruce French and Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) concluding Malloy's guest work in 2009. The only guest work in 2010 was The Mentalist (with Brian George).

For multiple appearances on the same series, Malloy first found work on Law & Order (1993, with series lead Carolyn McCormick). Also that year with McCormick again was playing a different role. Malloy did gain a recurring role as Roger Pasquese on Six Feet Under (starring James Cromwell). First was "The Black Forest" (with Andrew Prine as well as Pat Healy and Jeff Yagher), next were "Bomb Shelter" and "Untitled" (with Joanna Cassidy) in 2004. Malloy continued in 2005 in "Hold My Hand" and "Time Flies" (with Anne Elizabeth Ramsay) and with Cromwell only in "All Alone". Malloy was recast in his 1980s role as Deke Connors in Tanner on Tanner in 2004 with "Dinner at Elaine's" (with Corbin Bernsen) being his only work on the revived series working with another Trek actor. Finally Malloy was cast on The Unit (starring Abby Brammell), first in "First Responders" and "Change of Station" (2006, with Colby French), and then in "Freefall" (2007, directed by James Whitmore, Jr.). In 2006 Malloy appeared on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2006, starring Paul Guilfoyle, Wallace Langham and Liz Vassey, with Lilyan Chauvin and Becky Wahlstrom).

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