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Todd Stashwick (born 16 October 1968; age 55) is an actor who played Talok in the Star Trek: Enterprise fourth season episode "Kir'Shara" and Captain Liam Shaw in the third season of Star Trek: Picard.

Stashwick is best known for his roles as Dale Malloy in the FX drama series The Riches (2007-08), alongside Gregg Henry and Bruce French, and as Deacon in Terry Matalas' 12 Monkeys (2015-18), starring Aaron Stanford and Kirk Acevedo.

Born in Chicago, Illinois, Stashwick attended Hoffman Estates High School, where he participated in stage productions prior to graduation. He later became a member of Chicago's "Second City" comedy troupe and also co-founded an acclaimed experimental improvisation group called "Burn Manhattan", based out of New York. He currently lives with his wife and their son in Los Angeles, California.

Stashwick has also made guest appearances on such television shows as Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (with Bebe Neuwirth), Angel, Providence (with Anne Haney, Michael McGrady, and Concetta Tomei), Will & Grace, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (starring Paul Guilfoyle, with Cliff DeYoung), Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Malcolm in the Middle (with Kenneth Mars and Holmes R. Osborne), The Drew Carey Show (starring Diedrich Bader), CSI: Miami, Monk (with Alicia Coppola and Stanley Kamel), CSI: NY, Crossing Jordan (starring Miguel Ferrer and Jerry O'Connell), The War at Home (with Keone Young), The Ghost Whisperer (with Kenneth Mitchell), Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (with Thomas Dekker), Curb Your Enthusiasm (with Jason Alexander), Lie to Me (with Abby Brammell), Hawaii Five-0 (starring Daniel Dae Kim, created by Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman), Grey's Anatomy, Warehouse 13 (starring Saul Rubinek), and Criminal Minds (directed by Douglas Aarniokoski).

In addition, he had a role in the pilot episode of Boston Legal, starring William Shatner and René Auberjonois, and had brief recurring roles on MDs (with Wade Andrew Williams), American Dreams, Still Standing, Burn Notice (with John Ales), Heroes (starring Robert Knepper and Zachary Quinto), Justified, The Originals, Teen Wolf, and Gotham.

He also had small roles in The Rundown (2003, also featuring William Lucking) and Along Came Polly (2004) and a supporting role in You, Me and Dupree (2006).

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