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Ron Surma is a casting director who worked with Junie Lowry-Johnson on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise, as well as Star Trek Generations, Star Trek: First Contact, and Star Trek: Insurrection. He left Star Trek at the end of the third season of Enterprise and was replaced by Libby Goldstein for the final season.

In addition, Surma was the casting director for the video games Star Trek: Klingon (1996), Star Trek: Borg (1996), Star Trek: Hidden Evil (1999), Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force (2000), Star Trek: Invasion (2000), Star Trek: Away Team (2001), Star Trek: Armada II (2001), Star Trek: Elite Force II (2003), and Star Trek: Bridge Commander (2002).

His name was referenced on an okudagram in the Voyager episode "Projections" and Surma was interviewed for the Star Trek: The Magazine Volume 1, Issue 15 in 2000.

In 1987 Surma worked as casting director on the thriller Over the Top. Other projects Surma worked as casting associate or casting director with Junie Lowry-Johnson on include the television thriller By Dawn's Early Light (1990, along with Barbara Harris), the thriller The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992), the crime series Murder One (1995), the fantasy drama Powder (1995), the television movie Smoke Jumpers (1996), the science fiction comedy Project: ALF (1996), the drama series NYPD Blue (1993-1997), the comedy Liar Liar (1997), the thriller Grosse Pointe Blank (1997), the science fiction thriller Mr. Murder (1998), the thriller Stranger in My House (1999), the drama series Miracles (2003), and the comedy Bruce Almighty (2003). In 2004 he worked with Libby Goldstein as casting directors for the short-lived drama series The D.A..

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