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Michael McFall is the actor who portrayed the Salvage alien leader in the Star Trek: Voyager seventh season episode "Imperfection". His stunts were provided by Wayne King, Jr.. His costume from this episode was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay.  He also voiced Lt. Les Foster, a Klingon, and a Hirogen in the video game Star Trek: Voyager: Elite Force (2000) and a weapons officer in Star Trek: Klingon Academy (2000).
McFall made his acting debut in the 1989 action film Defector: Karate-Kickboxer followed by supporting roles in episodes of Midnight Caller (1991, with John Hancock and Jerry Hardin), Screenplay (1991, with Eriq La Salle), and Tales of the City (1993, with William O. Campbell), the crime drama Bound by Honor (1993, with Victor Rivers, Tom Towles, Carlos Carrasco, Raymond Cruz, Natalija Nogulich, Mike Genovese, Evelyn Guerrero, Richard E. Butler, Michael Bofshever, Lindsey Ginter, and Roxann Dawson), the comedy Made in America (1993, with Whoopi Goldberg, Clyde Kusatsu, David Bowe, and Rico E. Anderson), and the drama Forrest Gump (1994, with Sam Anderson, Don Fischer, Steve DeRelian, Michael Jace, Geoffrey Blake, Jim Boeke, and Shawn Michael Perry).
Between 1997 and 1998, McFall guest-starred in six episodes of the action series L.A. Heat where he worked with Kenneth Tigar, Michael Bailey Smith, Gary Kasper, Robert Miano, and Christian R. Conrad.
Further television guest roles include episodes of Frasier (1997, with Kelsey Grammer and Dan Butler), Profiler (1998, with Dennis Christopher, Alicia Coppola, Wayne Péré, and Eileen Weisinger), V.I.P. (1999, with Brian Avery, John Dixon, and Michael Owen), ER (2000, with Eriq LaSalle, Justin Louis, Lily Mariye, and Lawrence Monoson), NYPD Blue (2000, with Gordon Clapp), Family Law (2001, with Salli Elise Richardson, Julie Warner, Christopher McDonald, Tina Lifford, and Michelle Horn), For the People (2002), and Line of Fire (2003, with Leslie Hope, Colby French, Scott Sahadi, and Doc Duhame).
Among his film roles are parts in the action film The Underground (1997, with Kenneth Tigar and Symba Smith), the thriller Camera Obscura (2000, with Cully Fredricksen), and the comedy Screenland Drive (2000, with Kellie Waymire, John Fleck, and Robert Pine). McFall has also been a stage actor and performed in plays such as "Much Ado About Nothing" and "Romeo & Juliet", both directed by Tony Plana.