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Scott Sterling Hill (born 27 March) is the actor who appeared as a regular background performer on the last three seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise, most notably as relief helmsman Ensign Hutchison. He also portrayed a number of other background parts and was the first ever to reveal Xindi torso.
Hill appeared in behind the scenes footage of the episode "Future Tense" on the ENT Season 2 DVD special feature "Shooting Future Tense".
Hill's first walk-on role in a feature film was in the drama Working Girl (1988, with Jeffrey Nordling, Zach Grenier, Ralph Byers, and Timothy Carhart). Further film work includes the action film Underground (1989, with Clement von Franckenstein), the crime thriller Matchstick Men (2003, with Bruce McGill, Tim Kelleher, James Saito, and Stoney Westmoreland), the action comedy The In-Laws (2003), the comedy Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003, with Dick Miller, George Murdock, Robert Picardo, Ron Perlman, Allan Graf, Frank Welker, and Glen Hambly), the short film Elevator Etiquette (2003) , Ron Howard's thriller Angels & Demons (2009, with Jon Donahue and Yuri Elvin), the biopic Hitchcock (2012, with Kurtwood Smith, Wallace Langham, Spencer Garrett, Tom Virtue, Frank Collison, James Henderson, and Bill Blair), the short fantasy film Mindslip (2014, directed and starring Aaron Lustig), and the comedy Hail, Caesar! (2016, with Patrick Fischler, Robert Picardo, Dennis Cockrum, Clancy Brown, and Bill Blair).
Throughout the years, Hill worked as a regular background actor on the television series Bones, 24, The Mentalist, and Masters of Sex and appeared in episodes of Boston Legal (2004, with William Shatner), Desperate Housewives (2007, starring Teri Hatcher and Brenda Strong), The New Normal, Shark, How I Met Your Mother, Trust Me (2009), Pepper Dennis, Major Crimes, CSI: Miami (2012, with Richard Herd) , NCIS: Los Angeles, and Twisted.
Hill appeared as an SSR Agent in the pilot episode of Agent Carter titled "Now Is Not the End" (2014, with Carrick O'Quinn, Zack Duhame, Kimberly Shannon Murphy, Rex Reddick, and executive produced by Stan Lee) as well as in the third episode of the first season, titled "Time and Tide" (2015, with Rob Mars, Jayson Dumenigo, Brian J. Williams, and Kimberly Murphy).
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Recurring appearances Edit
(This list is currently incomplete.)