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Rick H. Olavarria (born 20 October 1972; age 51) is a former child actor turned into rapper who worked as a background performer on an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1988. (citation needededit)

Olavarria was born in Pomona and raised in El Monte, California. As a teen, he worked on the television comedy 14 Going on 30 (1988, with Daphne Ashbrook, Richard McGonagle, and Judith Jones) and on an episode of the television series Ohara (1987, with Madge Sinclair). He also auditioned for a 1988 McDonald's summer olympics commercial and for a part in the television series Day By Day (1988).

As rapper "Lost Kauz" he completed his first album, titled "High Times & Low Times" and released by Under Hot Box Records. [1] Previously he was a contestant on several reality shows and worked as opening act for artists such as Ice Cube, Ice-T, Cypress Hill, and House of Pain. Since 2004 he also worked on several radio commercials.

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