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Peter Wick (born 25 April 1965; age 59) is an actor, author, and film maker who played an Ocampa in the Star Trek: Voyager first season episode "Caretaker". He received no credit for his appearance. He filmed his scenes on Tuesday 20 September 1994 and Wednesday 21 September 1994 on location at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Wick has started to work as background actor in the early 1990s. He appeared in House IV (1992, with Ned Romero, Annie O'Donnell, Scott Burkholder, Steve Vinovich, and Kane Hodder), Wayne's World 2 (1993, with Googy Gress and Olivia d'Abo), the comedy Greedy (1994, with Olivia d'Abo, Ed Begley, Jr., and Kirsten Dunst), Jimmy Hollywood (1994, with Christian Slater, John Cothran, Jr., Vinny Argiro, and Earl Billings), The Mask (1994, with Reg E. Cathey, Christopher Darga, Kevin Grevioux, Louis Ortiz, Beau Lotterman, Scott McElroy, Robert O'Reilly, Jeremy Roberts, Leslie Cook, and Garret Sato), Airheads (1994, with Michael McKean and Reg E. Cathey), S.F.W. (1994, with Edward Wiley, Frank Collison, Ben Slack, and Lena Banks), the comedy For Better or Worse (1995, with Jason Alexander and Robert Costanzo), Apollo 13 (1995, with Tom Hanks, David Andrews, Clint Howard, Googy Gress, Max Grodénchik, Brett Cullen, Ned Vaughn, Andy Milder, Geoffrey Blake, Joseph Culp, Kenneth White, Brian Markinson, Steve Rankin, Misty Dickinson, Bruce Wright, Walter Altman, Greg Bronson, and Tory Christopher), Species (1995, with Jordan Lund, Don Fischer, William Utay, David Selburg, Herta Ware, Gary Bullock, Anthony Guidera, Richard Fancy, Dendrie Taylor, Dana Hee, Frank Welker, Greg Bronson, and Zak Knutson), and Strange Days (1995, with Angela Bassett, Michael Jace, Art Chudabala, and Raul Reformina).

He also worked as stand-in for John F. Kennedy on Forrest Gump (1994) and as freeway driver on the thriller Speed (1994).

Wick was featured in episodes of Bakersfield P.D. (1993, with Tony Plana, Patrick Kilpatrick, and Tom Towles), Evening Shade (1993), Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993, with Teri Hatcher and Matt Roe), Picket Fences (1994, with Justin Shenkarow, Ray Walston, Leigh Taylor-Young, Marnie Mosiman, Bruce French, and Roy Brocksmith), Harts of the West (1994, with Sterling Macer, Jr. and Stephen Root), Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1994, with Joe Lando, Chad Allen, Erika Flores, Barbara Babcock, Frank Collison, Nick Ramus, and Spencer Garrett), L.A. Law (1994, with Corbin Bernsen, Gregg Henry, Nicholas Cascone, Barry Gordon, Jenette Goldstein, Susanna Thompson, Anne Haney, and Chuck Berch), The Good Life (1994, with Shay Astar and Richard Lee Jackson), Chicago Hope (1994, with Earl Billings, Melinda Culea, Bruce Gray, and Michael Fiske), and ER (1994, with Eriq La Salle, Christine Harnos, Mike Genovese, Kevin Michael Richardson, and Kathryn Graf).

In 1994, Wick appeared as different background characters in several episodes of the first season of Babylon 5. He was featured in episodes with Claudia Christian, Andreas Katsulas, Richard Chaves, Mike Gunther, Tricia O'Neil, Stephen Lee, Caitlin Brown, Katy Boyer, John Snyder, Theodore Bikel, Lenore Kasdorf, Bill Blair, Bill Mumy, Julia Nickson, and David Anthony Marshall.

In 1999, Wick wrote, directed, and starred in the drama Long Strange Trip, or The Writer, the Naked Girl, and the Guy with a Hole in His Head for which he received an award in the category Most Promising Director at the 1999 New York International Independent Film & Video Festival. Further films written, produced, and directed by Wick include the comedy Movie Pizza Love (2008), the drama Rock Paper Scissors (2011), the short comedy Old Kid on the Block (2021), the documentary Silk Finds What he's Looking For (2021), and the comedy The Past is Going to Suck (2021). Wick was also featured in Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020, with William Sadler and Hal Landon, Jr.).

As author, Wick wrote the novels "Key West – The Novel" (2013) and "It Is What it Is" (2015) among other novels. [1]

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