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'''Tim de Zarn''' {{born|11|July|1952}}) is an actor who has appeared in three of the ''[[Star Trek]]'' television spin-off series.
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| Name = Tim de Zarn
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| Gender = Male
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| Date of birth = {{d|11|July|1952}}
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| Place of birth = Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
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He has made several appearances as Army Sergeant Dixon on the TV series ''Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman''. That show's regular cast members includes [[Barbara Babcock]]. De Zarn has also appeared in an episode of ''Quantum Leap'', starring [[Scott Bakula]] and [[Dean Stockwell]], and an episode of ''7th Heaven'', starring [[Catherine Hicks]] and [[Stephen Collins]].
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'''Tim de Zarn''' {{born|11|July|1952}} is an actor who has appeared in episodes of {{s|TNG}}, {{s|DS9}}, and {{s|VOY}}.
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He has made several appearances as Army Sergeant Dixon on the television series ''Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman''. That show's regular cast members includes [[Barbara Babcock]], [[Joe Lando]], [[Chad Allen]], and [[Frank Collison]]. De Zarn has also appeared in an episode of ''Quantum Leap'', starring [[Scott Bakula]] and [[Dean Stockwell]], and an episode of ''7th Heaven'', starring [[Catherine Hicks]] and [[Stephen Collins]].
   
 
His motion picture credits include ''Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight'' (1995, with [[William Sadler]], [[Dick Miller]], [[John Schuck]], and [[John Larroquette]], ''Fight Club'' (1999, with [[David Andrews]]), and ''Spider-Man'' (2002, playing [[Kirsten Dunst]]'s father).
 
His motion picture credits include ''Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight'' (1995, with [[William Sadler]], [[Dick Miller]], [[John Schuck]], and [[John Larroquette]], ''Fight Club'' (1999, with [[David Andrews]]), and ''Spider-Man'' (2002, playing [[Kirsten Dunst]]'s father).
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== ''Star Trek'' appearances ==
 
== ''Star Trek'' appearances ==
 
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File:Satler.jpg|[[Satler]]<br />{{TNG|Starship Mine}}
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File:Satler.jpg|[[Satler]]<br>{{TNG|Starship Mine}}
File:Haliz.jpg|[[Haliz]]<br />{{VOY|Initiations}}
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File:Haliz.jpg|[[Haliz]]<br>{{VOY|Initiations}}
File:Halb Daier.JPG|[[Halb Daier]]<br />{{DS9|Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night}}
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File:Halb Daier.jpg|[[Halb Daier]]<br>{{DS9|Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night}}
File:Yediq.jpg|[[Yediq]]<br />{{VOY|Repentance}}
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File:Yediq.jpg|[[Yediq]]<br>{{VOY|Repentance}}
 
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== External links ==
 
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Revision as of 18:01, September 27, 2019

Real World article
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Tim de Zarn (born 11 July 1952; age 67) is an actor who has appeared in episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager.

He has made several appearances as Army Sergeant Dixon on the television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. That show's regular cast members includes Barbara Babcock, Joe Lando, Chad Allen, and Frank Collison. De Zarn has also appeared in an episode of Quantum Leap, starring Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell, and an episode of 7th Heaven, starring Catherine Hicks and Stephen Collins.

His motion picture credits include Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight (1995, with William Sadler, Dick Miller, John Schuck, and John Larroquette, Fight Club (1999, with David Andrews), and Spider-Man (2002, playing Kirsten Dunst's father).

Star Trek appearances

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