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Stuart Phoenix Wong (born 5 September) is an actor who worked on Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise. With the beginning of the fifth season of Voyager he took over the part of Garrett Wang's stand-in from John Tampoya. [1] In addition to standing-in for Wang and working as hand double on second unit on the final three seasons of Voyager, Wong also stood-in for a number of guest actors. He can also be seen as background actor in several episodes of Voyager and also worked on Enterprise.

Wong has been a member of SAG-AFTRA since 1998 and changed his SAG name to Phoenix Wong around 2013.

As an actor, he worked on episodes of Tou du (2002), Crossing Jordan (with Jerry O'Connell), Robbery Homicide Division (2003), Mind of Mencia (2008), Mortal Kombat (2013, with Eric Steinberg, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, and Yoshio Iizuka), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013, with Joel McKinnon Miller), Kung Fu Femmes (2011, 2012, and 2017), Bosch (2017), and The Rookie (2018).

In 2008, he starred in and worked as associate producer on the short film Elysian. Other film appearances include Robert Duncan McNeill's short film 9mm of Love (2000, with Ethan Phillips, Liz Vassey, and Patricia Tallman), the short film The Unfortunate Cookie (2003, with Henry T. Yamada), the comedy Porno (2004, with Kenny Morrison), the television crime drama Sucker Free City (2004, with John Savage), the sport comedy Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004, with Stephen Root, William Shatner, Brandon Molale, and Matt Levin), the action film Vampire Assassin (2005), the fantasy sequel Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007, with Lee Arenberg, Vanessa Branch, Reggie Lee, Greg Ellis, Henry T. Yamada, Tommy Germanovich, Brian Patterson, and Max Valentine), the superhero drama Hancock (2008, with David Mattey, Akiva Goldsman, Elizabeth Dennehy, Gregg Daniel, Jack Axelrod, Michelle Lenhardt, and Sumalee Montano), the short action film Buster Jones: The Movie (2010), and the war drama Saving Sudan (2013, with Austin Priester).

Star Trek appearances

Stand-in work

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