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Stephen Wozniak (born 22 January 1971; age 49) is the actor who portrayed the true form of Latia in the Star Trek: Enterprise first season episode "Two Days and Two Nights".

He studied at Johns Hopkins University and the Maryland Institute College of Art and appeared at the age of seventeen as a Corny Collins dancer in John Waters' musical drama Hairspray in 1988. Prior to his appearance on Enterprise, Wozniak worked on an episode of America's Most Wanted (1997), the action drama The Art of a Bullet (1999, written and directed by Michael G. Kehoe), the horror comedy Psycho Beach Party (2000, with Ruth Williamson, John Cirigliano, Richard Fancy, Reggie Lee, and Madison Eginton), and the television movie Sex, Warts and All (2002).

Further film work includes the television western Hope Ranch (2002, with Richard Lee Jackson), the action drama Scarecrow (2002) on which he received credit for additional screenwriting, the action film Down the Barrel (2003), the horror film Exorcism (2003, with Jack Donner and David Jean Thomas), the drama Cold Harbor (2003), the thriller The Eliminator (2004), the comedy The Dry Spell (2005), the short film Lincoln's Eyes (2005, with Stephanie Erb, William Schallert, and Steve Rankin), the horror thriller Chaos (2005, with Deborah Lacey, Ron Althoff, and Red Horton), the drama Statistics (2006), the drama Color of the Cross (2006), and the short drama Silver Lake (2010).

Beside his film work, Wozniak appeared in episodes of The District (2003, with Roger Aaron Brown, Geoff Meed, Ken Thorley, and Terrence Beasor), American Dreams (2003, with Ethan Dampf), My First Time (2003), and Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2005).

Between 2009 and 2010, he worked as writer, director and producer on the music shows NewNowNext PopLab and The Click List: Top 10 Videos. More recently, he appeared in the thriller Elevator (2011) and worked as co-producer on the thriller Unraveled (2013). Wozniak is also in talks to appear as Birdman in the film Summer of '76.

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