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Tim Culbertson is an actor and former stuntman who played one of Khan's henchmen in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. He received no credit for his appearance.

Culbertson has appeared in several television commercials such as those foe Salem cigarettes and Schlitz beer (with Terri Garr) and in magazine print ads. He is also an athlete and animal wrangler, especially for snakes, and served two years in the US Army in Vietnam.

Among his acting and stunt resume are films such as Captain America (1979, with Joseph Ruskin, Lance LeGault, Susan French, and stunts by Jean Coulter), An Eye for an Eye (1981, with Rosalind Chao and stunts by Joe Farago, Tony Cecere, Alan Marcus, and Mark Riccardi), To Live and Die in L.A. (1985, with Dean Stockwell and stunts by Jophery C. Brown, Phil Chong, Tommy J. Huff, Johnny C. Meier, Danny Rogers, and Dick Ziker), Liberty & Bash (1990, with Stephen Liska and stunts by Maria Kelly and Michelle Sebek), Two Shades of Blue (2000, with Robert Miano, Clynell Jackson III, Leonard Crofoot, Rick Avery, and stunts by Jane Austin, Joni Avery, and Brian Avery), and The Ghost (2001, with Cary-Hiroyuki, Brad Dourif, and Matt McKenzie).

Culbertson has also appeared in television series such as WKRP in Cincinnati, The Love Boat, Battlestar Galactica, Cheers (1983, episodes "The Boys in the Bar" with Kenneth Tigar and Walter Smith, "No Contest" with Jessie Biscardi, John Copage, Walter Smith, and Martin Valinsky, and "Show Down: Part 1" and "Show Down: Part 2" with Mike Paciorek, Gene Cross, Robert Buckingham, Buzz Barbee, Walter Smith, and Kathy Hammers), and in a regular swat team role in Hill Street Blues.

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