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Scott Pierce (born 6 March 1958; age 61) is an actor who appeared as an alien slave miner in the Star Trek: Enterprise third season episode "The Xindi". He received no credit for this appearance but is listed on the call sheet for the day of filming as a "miner with prosthetics".
In 1988, Pierce worked as special effects makeup artist on the horror film Howling IV: The Original Nightmare along with Scott Wheeler.
As an actor, he had featured and supporting roles in the science fiction thriller Demolition Man (1993, with Bill Cobbs, Bob Gunton, Kristopher Logan, Vanna Bonta, and Tracee Cocco), the thriller In the Line of Fire (1993), the drama Forrest Gump (1994), the action film Last Man Standing (1996, with Patrick Kilpatrick, Tiny Ron, Allan Graf, Jimmy Ortega, Christopher Doyle, Jim Palmer, Jim Wilkey, and Robert Coffee), the comedy Sgt. Bilko (1996, with Pamela Segall, Richard Herd, Steve Kehela, Tami-Adrian George, and Clifton Collins, Jr.), the action thriller Air Force One (1997, with Dean Stockwell, Spencer Garrett, Bill Smitrovich, Dan Shor, Glenn Morshower, Pasha Lychnikoff, Boris Lee Krutonog, Stuart Nixon, Paul Sklar, and Timothy Carhart), the romance Forces of Nature (1999, with Ronny Cox, Jack Kehler, Bert Remsen, Anne Haney, Bill Erwin, and Shelly Desai), the crime comedy Drowning Mona (2000, with Tracey Walter), the thriller Ticker (2001, with Vanessa Branch and Jerry Rector), the crime drama High Crimes (2002, with Ashley Judd, Adam Scott, Bruce Davison, Jude Ciccolella, Dendrie Taylor, John Billingsley, Adam Segen, Randy Mulkey, and Al Burke), the horror thriller Bloody Mary (2006, with Laura Banks), and the drama Changeling (2008, with Ric Sarabia, Colby French, Scott Leva, Mary Stein, Andre Alexsen, Gary Buckner, Michael Lovern, and Patrizia Milano).
He also had supporting roles in episodes of In Living Color, Millennium (with Megan Gallagher), Babylon 5, Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, Martial Law, C-16: FBI, Crossing Jordan, Cold Case, and Medium.
Pierce worked as stand-in on the drama The Prime Gig (2000, with Wallace Shawn, Jeannetta Arnette, Tom Wright, Brian George, and Pat Healy) and for Ed Harris on the science fiction series Westworld (2016).