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William Daniels (born 31 March 1927; age 92) is the actor who voiced the Allocator in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Critical Care".

William Daniels is also well known to sci-fi fans for his role as the voice of the artificially intelligent electronic computer module named KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) in the 1980s hit TV series Knight Rider (1982-1986, with Patricia McPherson and Peter Parros). Daniels reprised his role as the voice of KITT in the TV movie Knight Rider 2000 (1991, with Christine Healy, Francis Guinan, Megan Butler, and James Doohan). Daniels also starred in another hit 1980s TV series St. Elsewhere (1982-1988) as Dr. Mark Craig. Among his co-stars on this popular series were fellow Trek actors Ed Begley, Jr., Bruce Greenwood, Norman Lloyd, Ronny Cox, Jennifer Savidge, Ellen Bry, Alfre Woodard, Chad Allen, David Birney, Jeff Allin, Deborah May, Brian Tochi, France Nuyen, and Jane Wyatt. In the 1990s he starred in the hit TV series Boy Meets World (1993-2000) as George Feeny. The series also starred Lindsay Ridgeway. Daniels reprised his role as George Feeny in the sequel TV series Girl Meets World (2014-2017), with Lindsay Ridgeway reprising her role in the series finale.

In the 1960s, he starred in the films Ladybug Ladybug (1963, with Kathryn Hays), The President's Analyst (1967, with Sheldon Collins, Walt Davis, and Dyanne Thorne). Also that year, he starred in The Graduate with Kevin Tighe. He also starred in the film Marlowe (1969, with Kenneth Tobey).

In the 1970s, William starred in the short-lived TV series The Nancy Walker Show (1976-1977, with James Cromwell and William Schallert).

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