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Michael Wajacs (born 4 February) is an actor, musician, and singer who was one of the regular background performers on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and also in a few episodes of Star Trek: Voyager. He received no credit for his appearances.

Since 1968 he has been a member of the Screen Actors Guild and since 1970 a member of AFTRA. Among his earliest work are two 1968 episodes of the comedy series Julia where he appeared as Homer Lang.

Beside his work on Star Trek, Wajacs was featured as a White House State Dinner guest in the romance The American President (1995, with Anne Haney, Beau Billingslea, Gail Strickland, Clement von Franckenstein, John Mahon, Jordan Lund, Richard McGonagle, Beans Morocco, George Murdock, Googy Gress, Ron Canada, Greg Poland, David Drew Gallagher, Ray Uhler, Martin Sheen, Craig Hosking, Warren Tabata, Aric Rogokos, Uriah Carr, Dan Magee, Sherry O'Keefe, Adolphus Hankins, and Mike Fujimoto), as a reporter in the science fiction drama Contact (1997, with Geoffrey Blake, Timothy McNeil, Angela Bassett, Tucker Smallwood, Robin Gammell, Boris Krutonog, Bill Thomas Miller, and Fran Severini), as a White House reporter in the science fiction drama Deep Impact (1998, with James Cromwell, Gary Werntz, Denise Crosby, Mark Moses, Tucker Smallwood, Merrin Dungey, Ellen Bry, Concetta Tomei, Kurtwood Smith, Christopher Darga, Mic Rodgers, Cullen Chambers, Charles S. Chun, Betty Hankins, and Daphney Dameraux), in the comedies Kazaam (1996, with Randall Bosley and Robert Clendenin) and The Kid (2000, with Susan Dalian, Deborah May, Jeri Ryan, and Gary Weeks), and in the Marvel Comics adaptation Spider-Man (2002, with Kirsten Dunst, Michael Papajohn, Tim de Zarn, Jill Sayre, Corey Mendell Parker, Ashley Edner, Joni Avery, Rick Avery, Jophery C. Brown, Mark DeAlessandro, Dane Farwell, Al Goto, Randy Hall, Andray Johnson, Stan Lee, Scott L. Schwartz, and Brian J. Williams).

Television work includes episodes of Almost Perfect (1996, with David Clennon), Significant Others (1998), and L.A. Doctors (1998, with Rosemary Forsyth and Camille Saviola). More recently, he appeared in the short drama Franchise (2012) and in episodes of Bosch (2018, with Titus Welliver, Jamie McShane, and Kristen Ariza) and Schooled (2020).

Star Trek appearances

Recurring appearances

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