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Michael Chong is an actor who appeared as a Warp Five Complex scientist in the Star Trek: Enterprise first season episode "Broken Bow". Chong filmed his scene on 22 June 2001 on Paramount Stage 16 in front of a blue screen. As a background actor he received no credit for this part and was identified by the call sheet for the episode. Boots worn by Chong were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Chong started his acting career in 1976 with an appearance in the action film Death Machines. In the '80s he had guest parts in the television series Hill Street Blues (1985, with James B. Sikking, Barbara Bosson, Marc Alaimo, Marco Rodriguez, Elaine Nalee, Marcelo Tubert, and John Hostetter), Knight Rider (1986, with Patricia McPherson and, Peter Parros), Dynasty (1986, with Joan Collins and Clayton Landey), Crime Story (1988, with Charles Cooper and Parker Whitman), Falcon Crest (1989, with Castulo Guerra, Robert Ito, and Eric Menyuk), and The Robert Guillaume Show (1989).

Feature film credits include the drama To Live and Die in L.A. (1985), the thriller Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects (1989, with Cynthia Gouw, Tom Morga, and Jophery C. Brown), and the television thriller Tagget (1991, with William Sadler, Glenn Morshower, and Leon Russom). Further television guest roles include Good Grief (1990, with Wendy Schaal, Ian Patrick Williams, and Joel Brooks), Dragnet (1990, with Thalmus Rasulala and Lloyd Kino), and Reasonable Doubts (1991, with Mike Genovese, Biff Yeager, Alan Scarfe, and Joe Farago). In addition he was featured in the thriller Rapid Fire (1992, with Tzi Ma, John Vickery, Jeff McCarthy, Basil Wallace, Al Foster, Phil Chong, and Gene LeBell), the thriller Snapdragon (1993, with Matt McCoy, Kenneth Tigar and Irene Tsu), the action thriller CIA II: Target Alexa (1993, with John Savage, Branscombe Richmond, and Anthony De Longis), the thriller Nick of Time (1995), and the crime thriller Playing God (1997).

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