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Ryan T. Husk (born 3 June) is an actor, writer, director and producer who was featured as an Enterprise crewmember in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek and as a Starfleet officer in the 2013 sequel Star Trek Into Darkness. Husk is also working on several fan films including his role as Captain William S. Riley in Trek Wars: The Movie (2013) and Tim Russ' fan film Star Trek: Renegades (2014). The latter film was co-written by Ethan H. Calk and Jack Treviño and has Tim Russ, Walter Koenig, Courtney Peldon, Manu Intiraymi, Robert Picardo, Clint Carmichael, Richard Herd, John Carrigan, and Jason Matthew Smith in its cast. Husk has supporting roles as USS Archer security officer and San Francisco citizen and is working behind the scenes as continuity supervisor and talent assistant in the makeup
Husk worked as actor, director, writer, and producer on the short comedy The Contest: A New Hoax (2007), its sequel The Contest 2: Darth and Mike Strike Back! (2008), the short fantasy film Warshem! (2008), and the short horror film Embrace (2012). He is also working as actor, producer, director and editor on the web series Hollywood Travel Log (2010-2013), Theme Park Thursdays (2011-2012), and Man vs Mild, with Brik Snarrlz! (2012-2013).
Other projects in which Husk is featured as an actor include the short project BloodRayne: A Fan Film (2008), episodes of Bones (2009, with Stoney Westmoreland), Deadliest Warrior (2009, with Caine Sinclair and Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom), and B.O.G.E. (2009), the science fiction film G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009, with Rachel Nichols), the horror film Hyenas (2010, with Rudolf Martin and Marlene Sosebee), the short comedy Funny Business (2010), and the television movie Party Like the Queen of France (2012). Husk also appeared in episodes of General Hospital (2012, with Lisa LoCicero and Sean Blakemore) and The Young and the Restless (2012).
More recently, Husk starred in the drama series The Therapist (2011-013) and worked on the short romance The Blind Date (2013), the television mini-series Mademoiselle Emmanuelle (2013, with Ray Proscia) , the sport drama Baseball's Last Hero: 21 Clemente Stories (2013, with Donnell Turner), and the comedy La La (2013).