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Trey King is an actor who appeared as a background actor in episodes of Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise as well as Star Trek: Insurrection.

His costume and his special effects Suliban scalp from the ENT first season episode "Detained" were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] [2] King filmed his scenes for the episode "Non Sequitur" on Friday 21 July 1995 on Paramount Stage 16. For "Detained", he filmed his scenes on Friday 8 February 2002 and Tuesday 12 February 2002 on Paramount Stage 9.

King studied acting under Bobbie Chance, Tracy Roberts, Estelle Harman Actors Workshop, and the Screen Actors Guild Conservatory and has appeared in several commercials and stage plays such as "I'm Not Rappaport", "The Foreigner", and "The Midnight Court" in California.

Beside his work on Star Trek, King had parts in the American Film Institute projects Butte County Lullaby, Hollow Men, The Skull Cup, and Harvest and was featured as a med tech in Ron Howard's drama Apollo 13 (1995) which also featured David Andrews, Clint Howard, Googy Gress, Max Grodénchik, Brett Cullen, Andy Milder, Geoffrey Blake, Kenneth White, Brian Markinson, Steve Rankin, Bruce Wright, and Tory Christopher.

Among his television work are an episode of Women of the House (1995) and the Diagnosis Murder episode "Trash TV" (1999, with Robert Ito). He was also featured in the television drama And the Band Played On (1993, with David Clennon, Ronald Guttman, Ken Jenkins, Dakin Matthews, Lawrence Monoson, Jeffrey Nordling, Saul Rubinek, Rico Bueno, Reg E. Cathey, Christopher Carroll, John Durbin, Richard Fancy, Keythe Farley, Jeff Hayenga, Thomas Kopache, Clyde Kusatsu, Rob LaBelle, Angela Paton, Sierra Pecheur, Miguel Perez, and Tom Schanley).

More recently, he worked on the American Film Institute projects Dig! (2013), Primeval (2014), Tice (2014, with Brad Blaisdell), and Kimi Kabuki (2014).

Star Trek appearances

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