Star Trek directors

All the people who have directed Star Trek either in its television episodic or feature film form. (1964-2012)
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1.
“ TOS:
This Side of Paradise (1967)
Metamorphosis (1967)
Bread and Circuses (1967)
Obsession (1967)
Return to Tomorrow (1967)
Is There in Truth No Beauty (1968)
The Tholian Web (1968) - partly, uncredited ” - ltarex
 
2.
“ TOS:
Arena (1966)
The Return of the Archons (1966)
A Taste of Armageddon (1966)
The Devil in the Dark (1967)
The City on the Edge of Forever (1967)
Catspaw (1967)
Friday's Child (1967)
Amok Time (1967)
Wolf in the Fold (1967)
The Apple (1967)
The Deadly Years (1967)
The Trouble with Tribbles (1967)
Journey to Babel (1967)
The Immunity Syndrome (1967) ” - ltarex
 
3.
Marc Daniels
Director, Alice
“ TOS:
The Man Trap (1966)
The Naked Time (1966)
Court Martial (1966)
The Menagerie (1966)
Space Seed (1966)
Who Mourns for Adonais? (1967)
The Doomsday Machine (1967)
The Changeling (1967)
Mirror, Mirror (1967)
I, Mudd (1967)
A Private Little War (1967)
By Any Other Name (1967)
Assignment: Earth (1968)
Spock's Brain (1968) ” - ltarex
 
4.
“ TOS:
Balance of Terror (1966)
Dagger of the Mind (1966)
Miri (1966)
Patterns of Force (1967)
The Omega Glory (1967)
Spectre of the Gun (1968) ” - ltarex
 
5.
“ TOS:
The Cage (1964) ” - ltarex
 
6.
“ TOS:
Where No Man Has Gone Before (1965)
What Are Little Girls Made Of? (1966) ” - ltarex
 
7.
“ TOS:
The Corbomite Maneuver (1966) ” - ltarex
 
8.
“ TOS:
Mudd's Women (1966) ” - ltarex
 
9.
Leo Penn
Director, Matlock
Leo Penn married actress Eileen Ryan. He was blacklisted during the McCarthy era. His three sons are: Sean Penn (actor), Chris Penn, and Michael Penn (musician).
“ TOS:
The Enemy Within (1966) ” - ltarex
 
10.
“ TOS:
Charlie X (1966) ” - ltarex
 
11.
“ TOS:
The Conscience of the King (1966)
The Alternative Factor (1966) ” - ltarex
 
12.
Robert Gist
Robert Gist was a tough kid who grew up around the Chicago stockyards during the Depression. Reform school-bound after injuring another boy in a fistfight, Gist instead ended up in Chicago's Hull House, a settlement house where he first became interested in acting. Work in Chicago radio was followed...
“ TOS:
The Galileo Seven (1966) ” - ltarex
 
13.
Robert Sparr
Director, Lawman
“ TOS:
Shore Leave (1966) ” - ltarex
 
14.
“ TOS:
The Squire of Gothos (1966) ” - ltarex
 
15.
Michael O'Herlihy
Director, Hawaii Five-O
Brother of Oscar nominated actor Dan O'Herlihy, Michael O'Herlihy was a major TV director in the US from the 1950s to the 1980s. His credits include Star Trek, Maverick, Gunsmoke, M*A*S*H, Hawaii Five-O, The A-Team and Miami Vice to name but a few. He worked for Disney in the late 1960s and his feature film debut was for them in 1966 with The Fighting Prince of Donegal...
“ TOS:
Tomorrow is Yesterday (1966) ” - ltarex
 
16.
John Newland
Director, One Step Beyond
Tall, dignified-looking Newland began in show business as a song-and-dance man with a vaudeville troupe, 'The Vikings', whose trade-mark was wearing gold capes. He acted in stock with the Stuart Walker Company, then found work on the New York stage, alongside Milton Berle, at the Roxy, Capitol and Loew's State Theatres...
“ TOS:
Errand of Mercy (1967) ” - ltarex
 
17.
“ TOS:
Operation -- Annihilate! (1967)
The Savage Curtain (1968) ” - ltarex
 
18.
Gene Nelson
Director, Kissin' Cousins
Gene Nelson was barely a teen when he saw the Fred Astaire movie Flying Down to Rio, which would change his life. It was then that he decided he would be a dancer. After graduating from high school, Nelson joined the Sonja Henie Ice Show and toured for 3 years before joining the Army in World War II...
“ TOS:
The Gamesters of Triskelion (1967) ” - ltarex
 
19.
“ TOS:
A Piece of the Action (1967) ” - ltarex
 
20.
“ TOS:
The Ultimate Computer (1967)
Elaan of Troyius (1968)
The Enterprise Incident (1968) ” - ltarex
 
21.
“ TOS:
The Paradise Syndrome (1968)
Wink of an Eye (1968)
Let That Be Your Last Battlefield (1968)
The Mark of Gideon (1968)
The Cloud Minders (1968) ” - ltarex
 
22.
“ TOS:
And the Children Shall Lead (1968)
Day of the Dove (1968)
All Our Yesterdays (1968) ” - ltarex
 
23.
“ TOS:
The Empath (1968) ” - ltarex
 
24.
Herb Wallerstein
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Father Knows Best
“ TOS:
The Tholian Web (1968) - partly
That Which Survives (1968)
Whom Gods Destroy (1968)
Turnabout Intruder (1968-69) ” - ltarex
 
25.
“ TOS:
For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky (1968) ” - ltarex
 
26.
“ TOS:
Plato's Stepchildren (1968)
The Way to Eden (1968) ” - ltarex
 
27.
“ TOS:
Requiem for Methuselah (1968) ” - ltarex
 
28.
“ TOS:
The Lights of Zetar (1968) ” - ltarex
 
29.
Robert Wise
Robert Earl Wise was born on September 10, 1914 in Winchester, Indiana, the youngest of three sons of Olive R. (Longenecker) and Earl Waldo Wise, a meat packer. His parents were both of Pennsylvania Dutch (German) descent. At age nineteen, the avid moviegoer came into the film business through an odd job at RKO Radio Pictures...
“ FILMS:
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1978-79) ” - ltarex
 
30.
Nicholas Meyer
Nicholas Meyer was born on December 24, 1945 in New York City, and is probably best known for his involvement in the Star Trek films. According to his website, it was seeing his first movie The Beggar's Opera that inspired him to become a filmmaker. He was fascinated by such literary classics as Jules Verne's...
“ FILMS:
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1981-82)
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) ” - ltarex
 
31.
Leonard Nimoy
Actor, Star Trek
Leonard Simon Nimoy was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to Dora (Spinner) and Max Nimoy, who owned a barbershop. His parents were Ukrainian Jewish immigrants. Raised in a tenement and acting in community theaters since age eight, Nimoy did not make his Hollywood debut until he was 20, with a bit part in Queen for a Day and another as a ballplayer in the perennial Rhubarb...
“ FILMS:
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1983)
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) ” - ltarex
 
32.
William Shatner
Actor, Star Trek
William Shatner has notched up an impressive 50-plus years in front of the camera, most recently displaying comedic talent, and being instantly recognizable to several generations of cult television fans as the square-jawed Captain James T. Kirk, commander of the starship U.S.S. Enterprise. Shatner was born in Côte Saint-Luc...
“ FILMS:
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1988) ” - ltarex
 
33.
“ TNG:
The Enemy (1989)
Yesterday's Enterprise (1989)
Redemption II (1991)
The Next Phase (1992)

DS9:
Emissary (1992)
Dax (1992)
Move Along Home (1992)
The Alternate (1994)

FILMS:
Star Trek: Generations (1994) ” - ltarex
 
34.
Corey Allen
Director, Capitol
Starting out as an actor in 1954, Corey Allen was often cast as a brash, arrogant young tough, most notably in Rebel Without a Cause as the driver who got trapped in the car during the "chicken" race with James Dean and went over the cliff. He retired from acting in the 1960s, and turned to directing...
“ TNG:
Encounter at Farpoint (1987)
Home Soil (1987)
Final Mission (1990)
The Game (1991)
Journey's End (1994)

DS9:
Captive Pursuit (1992)
The Circle (1993)
Paradise (1993)
The Maquis, Part II (1994) ” - ltarex
 
35.
“ TNG:
Lonely Among Us (1987)
Hide and Q (1987)
Conspiracy (1988)
The Royale (1989)
The Emissary (1989)
The Ensigns of Command (1989)
The Hunted (1989)
A Matter of Perspective (1989)
Hollow Pursuits (1990)
The Best of Both Worlds (1990)
The Best of Both Worlds, Part II (1990)
Remember Me (1990)
First Contact (1990)
Qpid (1991)
Redemption (1991)
Silicon Avatar (1991)
Unification II (1991)
The Perfect Mate (1992)
Realm of Fear (1992)
Aquiel (1992)
Starship Mine (1992)
Suspicions (1993)
Liaisons (1993)
Eye of the Beholder (1993)
Emergence (1994)

DS9:
Dramatis Personae (1993)
Cardassians (1993)
The Collaborator (1994)
Equilibrium (1994)
Defiant (1994)
Explorers (1995)
Facets (1995)

VOY:
Cold Fire (1995)
Meld (1995)
Lifesigns (1996)
Tuvix (1996)
False Profits (1996)
Future's End, Part II (1996)
The Q and the Grey (1997)
Extreme Risk (1998)
Bliss (1998)
Dark Frontier (1999) ” - ltarex
 
36.
“ TNG:
Where No One Has Gone Before (1987)
The Battle (1987)
Too Short a Season (1987)
Datalore (1987)
Heart of Glory (1988)
The Child (1988)
Elementary, Dear Data (1988)
A Matter of Honor (1988)
The Dauphin (1989)
Q Who (1989)
Manhunt (1989)
Shades of Gray (1989)
Brothers (1990) ” - ltarex
 
37.
“ TNG:
The Last Outpost (1987) ” - ltarex
 
38.
“ TNG:
The Measure of a Man (1988)
Peak Performance (1989)
The Price (1989)
The Defector (1989)
Tin Man (1990)
Legacy (1990)
New Ground (1991)
The Outcast (1991)
True Q (1992)
Chain of Command, Part I (1992)
Inheritance (1993)

DS9:
Shadowplay (1993)

VOY:
State of Flux (1994)
Rise (1996) ” - ltarex
 
39.
“ TNG:
Where Silence Has Lease (1988)
Pen Pals (1989)
Up the Long Ladder (1989)
Evolution (1989)
The Bonding (1989)
Allegiance (1990)
Galaxy's Child (1990)
Identity Crisis (1991)
Darmok (1991)
The Masterpiece Society (1991)
Cost of Living (1992)
Man of the People (1992)
Birthright, Part I (1992)
Rightful Heir (1993)
Thine Own Self (1993)
All Good Things... (1994)

DS9:
Past Prologue (1992)
Vortex (1992)
The Homecoming (1993)
The Siege (1993)
Melora (1993)
Armageddon Game (1993)
Blood Oath (1994)
Through the Looking Glass (1995)
Our Man Bashir (1995)
Favor the Bold (1997)
The Sound of Her Voice (1998)
The Siege of AR-558 (1998)
'Til Death Do Us Part (1999)

VOY:
Caretaker (1994)
Phage (1994)
Eye of the Needle (1994)
Faces (1995)
Initiations (1995)
Elogium (1995)
Resistance (1996)
Basics, Part I (1996)
Basics, Part II (1996)
Remember (1996)
Scorpion, Part II (1997)
Hope and Fear (1998)
Thirty Days (1998)
The Fight (1999)
Dragon's Teeth (1999)
Good Shepherd (2000)
Drive (2001)
Repression (2001)

ENT:
Silent Enemy (2001) ” - ltarex
 
40.
“ TNG:
Booby Trap (1989)
The High Ground (1989)
Suddenly Human (1990)
Disaster (1991)
Imaginary Friend (1992)
Face of the Enemy (1993)
Lower Decks (1993)

DS9:
In Purgatory's Shadow (1996)

VOY:
Blink of an Eye (2000) ” - ltarex
 
41.
Jonathan Frakes
Jonathan Scott Frakes was born on August 19, 1952 in Bellefonte, in central Pennsylvania. He is the son of Doris J. (Yingling) and Dr. James R. Frakes, a professor. His parents moved with Jonathan and his younger brother Daniel to Bethlehem in eastern Pennsylvania. There, his father taught English at Lehigh University...
“ TNG:
The Offspring (1989)
Reunion (1990)
The Drumhead (1991)
Cause and Effect (1992)
The Quality of Life (1992)
The Chase (1993)
Attached (1993)
Sub Rosa (1993)

DS9:
The Search, Part II (1994)
Meridian (1994)
Past Tense, Part II (1994)

VOY:
Projections (1995)
Parturition (1995)
Prototype (1996)

FILMS:
Star Trek: First Contact (1996)
Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) ” - ltarex
 
42.
Reza Badiyi
Miscellaneous Crew, Hawaii Five-O
“ DS9:
Civil Defense (1994)
Past Tense, Part I (1994)
Life Support (1994)
Visionary (1994)
Paradise Lost (1995) ” - ltarex
 
43.
“ TNG:
The Big Goodbye (1987)
Skin of Evil (1988)
Contagion (1989)
Time Squared (1989) ” - ltarex
 
44.
“ DS9:
The Assignment (1996)
The Ascent (1996)
Children of Time (1997)
Call to Arms (1997)
A Time to Stand (1997)
Sacrifice of Angels (1997)
One Little Ship (1997)
His Way (1998)
Time's Orphan (1998)
Tears of the Prophets (1998)
Shadows and Symbols (1998)
Once More Unto the Breach (1998)
What You Leave Behind (1999)

VOY:
Before and After (1997)
Displaced (1997)
Year of Hell (1997)
Mortal Coil (1997)
Bride of Chaotica! (1998)
Juggernaut (1999)
Fair Haven (1999)
Memorial (1999)
Unimatrix Zero (2000)
Inside Man (2000)
Workforce (2000)
Human Error (2000)
Endgame (2001)

ENT:
Fight of Flight (2001)
Rogue Planet (2001)
Shockwave (2002)
Canamar (2002)
The Expanse (2003)
The Xindi (2003)
Azati Prime (2003)
Zero Hour (2004)
Storm Front (2004)
Home (2004)
Bound (2005)
These Are the Voyages... (2005) ” - ltarex
 
45.
“ TNG:
The Mind's Eye (1991)
Power Play (1991)

DS9:
The Nagus (1992)
The Storyteller (1992)
In the Hands of the Prophets (1993)
Rules of Acquisition (1993)
Rivals (1993)
Playing God (1994)
The Maquis, Part I (1994)
Crossover (1994)
The Die is Cast (1995)
The Visitor (1995)
Homefront (1995)
Sons of Mogh (1995)
The Muse (1996)
Doctor Bashir, I Presume (1996)
You Are Cordially Invited (1997)
Change of Heart (1997)
Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges (1999)

VOY:
The Cloud (1994)
Emanations (1994)
Learning Curve (1995)
Non Sequitur (1995)
Maneuvers (1995)
Deadlock (1996)
Flashback (1996)
Future's End (1996)
Warlord (1996)
Distant Origin (1997)
Scorpion (1997)
Scientific Method (1997)
Hunters (1997)
The Killing Game (1997)
Night (1998)
In the Flesh (1998)
Infinite Regress (1998)
Nothing Human (1998)
The Disease (1998)
11:59 (1999)
Equinox (1999)
Equinox, Part II (1999)
Alice (1999)
Spirit Folk (1999)
The Haunting of Deck Twelve (2000)
Imperfection (2000)
Flesh and Blood (2000)
Author, Author (2001)

ENT:
Strange New World (2001)
Shuttlepod One (2001)
Detained (2002)
The Seventh (2002)
Precious Cargo (2002)
Stigma (2002)
The Crossing (2003)
Regeneration (2003)
Impulse (2003)
Proving Ground (2003)
Harbinger (2003)
The Council (2004)
Borderland (2004)
Kir'Shara (2004)
United (2004) ” - ltarex
 
46.
“ DS9:
The Begotten (1996)
Sons and Daughters (1997)
The Reckoning (1998)

VOY:
Fair Trade (1996)
Day of Honor (1997)
Concerning Flight (1997)
Retrospect (1997)
Vis á Vis (1998) ” - ltarex
 
47.
“ TNG:
The Naked Now (1987)
11001001 (1987)
Unnatural Selection (1988)
A Matter of Time (1991)
The First Duty (1992)

DS9:
A Man Alone (1992)
Babel (1992)
Q-Less (1992)
The Passenger (1992)
Battle Lines (1993) ” - ltarex
 
48.
Richard Compton
Writer/director/producer Richard Compton was born on March 2, 1938, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He began his career in the early 60s making government propaganda movies for the United States Information Agency. His debut feature The French Way was never released in America. Compton followed this film with the nifty biker flick Angels Die Hard...
“ TNG:
Haven (1987) ” - ltarex
 
49.
“ TNG:
Code of Honor (1987) - partly ” - ltarex
 
50.
“ TNG:
Code of Honor (1987) - partly, uncredited
The Arsenal of Freedom (1988)
The Schizoid Man (1988)
Samaritan Snare (1989)
The Survivors (1989)
Deja Q (1989)
Sins of the Father (1989)
Sarek (1990)
Family (1990)
Future Imperfect (1990)
Clues (1990)
Night Terrors (1991)
Half a Life (1991)
Ensign Ro (1991)
Unification I (1991)
Conundrum (1991)
Time's Arrow (1992)
Time's Arrow, Part II (1992)
Chain of Command, Part II (1992)
Tapestry (1993)
Dark Page (1993)
Bloodlines (1994)

DS9:
Progress (1993)
The Forsaken (1993)
Invasive Procedures (1993)
Sanctuary (1993)
Whispers (1993)
The House of Quark (1994)
Second Skin (1994)
Destiny (1994)
Crossfire (1995)
Accession (1995)
Broken Link (1996)
By Inferno's Light (1996)
Image in the Sand (1998)
Afterimage (1998)

VOY:
Time and Again (1994)
Prime Factors (1995)
Heroes and Demons (1995)
Alliances (1995)
Investigations (1996)
The Chute (1996)
Drone (1998)
Counterpoint (1998)
Virtuoso (2000)

ENT:
Sleeping Dogs (2001) ” - ltarex
 
51.
“ TNG:
Rascals (1992)
Timescape (1993) ” - ltarex
 
52.
“ TNG:
Coming of Age (1988)

DS9:
The Darkness and the Light (1996)
Empok Nor (1997)
Rocks and Shoals (1997)
Valiant (1998)
Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang (1999)
The Changing Face of Evil (1999)
Tacking Into the Wind (1999)

VOY:
Year of Hell, Part II (1997)
Latent Image (1997)
Barge of the Dead (1999)
Pathfinder (1999)
Tsunkatse (1999)
Child's Play (2000)
Muse (2000)
Unimatrix Zero, Part II (2000)
Flesh and Blood (2000)
Repentance (2000)
The Void (2000)
Friendship One (2001)
Renaissance Man (2001)

ENT:
Unexpected (2001)
Civilization (2001)
Shadows of P'Jem (2001)
Marauders (2002)
The Catwalk (2002)
Raijin (2003)
Carpenter Street (2003)
Stratagem (2003)
Observer Effect (2004)
The Aenar (2004) ” - ltarex
 
53.
“ DS9:
For the Uniform (1996)
Who Mourns for Morn? (1997)
In the Pale Moonlight (1998)
Prodigal Daughter (1998)

VOY:
The Killing Game, Part II (1997)
The Omega Directive (1998) ” - ltarex
 
54.
“ DS9:
Field of Fire (1998) ” - ltarex
 
55.
“ FILMS:
Star Trek: Nemesis (2001-02) ” - ltarex
 
56.
“ TNG:
When the Bough Breaks (1987) ” - ltarex
 
57.
“ TNG:
Transfigurations (1990)
Devil's Due (1990) ” - ltarex
 
58.
“ TNG:
Second Chances (1993)
The Pegasus (1993)

DS9:
Indiscretion (1995)
The Sword of Kahless (1995)
Bar Association (1995)
Rules of Engagement (1996)
To the Death (1996)
Things Past (1996)
Soldiers of the Empire (1997)
Behind the Lines (1997)
Resurrection (1997)
The Emperor's New Cloak (1998)

VOY:
Ex Post Facto (1994)
Dreadnought (1995)
The Raven (1997)
Timeless (1998)
Live Fast and Prosper (2000)
Nightingale (2000)
Q2 (2001)
Homestead (2001)

ENT:
Terra Nova (2001)
Fortunate Son (2001)
Cogenitor (2003)
First Flight (2003)
Extinction (2003)
Similtude (2003)
The Forgotten (2004)
The Augments (2004)
Demons (2005) ” - ltarex
 
59.
Chip Chalmers
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, Melrose Place
“ TNG:
Captain's Holiday (1990)
The Loss (1990)
The Wounded (1990)
Ethics (1991)

DS9:
The Magnicifent Ferengi (1997)
Take Me Out to the Holosuite (1998) ” - ltarex
 
60.
“ TNG:
The Host (1991)

VOY:
The Thaw (1996)
Favorite Son (1997)

ENT:
In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II (2005)
Terra Prime (2005) ” - ltarex
 
61.
Patrick Stewart
Sir Patrick Stewart was born in Mirfield, Yorkshire, England, to Gladys (Barrowclough), a textile worker and weaver, and Alfred Stewart, who was in the army. He was a member of various local drama groups from about age 12. He left school at age 15 to work as a junior reporter on a local paper; he quit when his editor told him he was spending too much time at the theatre and not enough working...
“ TNG:
In Theory (1991)
Hero Worship (1991)
A Fistful of Datas (1992)
Phantasms (1993)
Preemptive Strike (1994) ” - ltarex
 
62.
“ TNG:
Genesis (1994) ” - ltarex
 
63.
Timothy Bond
Director, E.N.G.
Timothy Bond directs and sometimes writes movies. Born in Ottawa Canada, he received Bachelor degrees in both Physics/Chemistry and English dramatic literature. He directed stage productions in Canada, the United States and England, before moving to film and television. He directed television series before shifting to movies...
“ TNG:
The Vengeance Factor (1989)
The Most Toys (1990) ” - ltarex
 
64.
“ VOY:
Coda (1996)
Message in a Bottle (1997) ” - ltarex
 
65.
“ TNG:
Who Watches the Wathers (1989)
Data's Day (1990)
Violations (1991)
Schisms (1992)
Lessons (1993)
Interface (1993)
Parallels (1993)
Masks (1993)

DS9:
Profit and Loss (1994) ” - ltarex
 
66.
Roxann Dawson
Roxann Dawson was born in Los Angeles, California, to Richard and Rosalie Caballero. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley (Theater Arts major). She soon landed her first role as Diana Morales in the Broadway production of "A Chorus Line". During her acting career, she performed in numerous productions including plays at Circle Reoertory Theatre...
“ VOY:
Riddles (1999)
Workforce, Part II (2000)

ENT:
The Andorian Incident (2001)
Vox Sola (2002)
Dead Stop (2002)
Dawn (2002)
Bounty (2003)
Exile (2003)
Chosen Realm (2003)
Doctor's Orders (2003)
E2 (2004)
Awakening (2004) ” - ltarex
 
67.
Robert Picardo
Robert Picardo was born on October 27, 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, where he spent his whole childhood. He graduated from the William Penn Charter School and attended Yale University. At Yale, he landed a role in Leonard Bernstein's "Mass" and at age 19, he played a leading role in the European premiere of "Mass"...
“ VOY:
Alter Ego (1996)
One Small Step (1999) ” - ltarex
 
68.
Rene Auberjonois
René Murat Auberjonois was born on June 1, 1940 in New York City. René was born into an already artistic family, which included his grandfather, a well-known Swiss painter, and his father Fernand, a writer. The Auberjonois family moved to Paris shortly after World War II, and it was there that René made an important career decision at the age of six...
“ DS9:
Prophet Motive (1995)
Family Business (1995)
Hippocratic Oath (1995)
The Quickening (1996)
Let He Who Is Without Sin... (1996)
Ferengi Love Songs (1997)
Waltz (1998)
Strange Bedfellows (1999) ” - ltarex
 
69.
“ DS9:
In the Cards (1997)
Inquisition (1998)
When It Rains... (1999)

ENT:
Two Days and Two Nights (2002) ” - ltarex
 
70.
Alexander Siddig
Born in Sudan, Siddig was raised in Britain and attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) where he studied acting and theater. Immediately after leaving LAMDA, Sid did a season of theater in Manchester, in addition to performing in various shows in pubs and small theaters. Later, Siddig worked as a director in a small theater in London...
“ DS9:
Business as Usual (1997)
Profit and Lace (1998) ” - ltarex
 
71.
Andrew Robinson
Actor, Hellraiser
Andrew Jordt Robinson was born in New York City and attended the University of New Hampshire, later receiving his B.A. in English from the New School for Social Research in NYC. After graduation, he spent a year in England at the London Academy for Music and Dramatic Arts on a Fulbright Scholarship...
“ DS9:
Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places (1996)

VOY:
Blood Fever (1997)
Unforgettable (1998) ” - ltarex
 
72.
Robert Duncan McNeill
Robert Duncan McNeill was born on November 9, 1964 in North Carolina, but raised in Washington, D.C. until his family finally settled down in Atlanta, Georgia. Later, he attended a local high school and, after he graduated, he moved to New York City and enrolled at Juilliard where he spent two years studying the trade...
“ VOY:
Sacred Ground (1996)
Unity (1997)
Someone to Watch Over Me (1999)
Body and Soul (2000)

ENT:
Cold Front (2001)
The Breach (2003)
Twilight (2003)
Countdown (2004) ” - ltarex
 
73.
Avery Brooks
Avery Franklin Brooks was born on October 2, 1948 in Evansville, Indiana to a musically talented family. His maternal grandfather, Samuel Travis Crawford, was a tenor who graduated from Tougaloo College in Mississippi in 1901. Crawford toured the country singing with the Delta Rhythm Boys in the 1930s...
“ DS9:
Tribunal (1994)
The Abandoned (1994)
Fascination (1994)
Improbable Cause (1995)
Rejoined (1995)
Body Parts (1996)
Ties of Blood and Water (1997)
Far Beyond the Stars (1997)
The Dogs of War (1999) ” - ltarex
 
74.
Tim Russ
Timothy Darrell Russ was born on June 22, 1956, in Washington, D.C., to Air Force officer Walt and his wife Josephine. He and his younger siblings Michael and Angela grew up on several military bases, including Niagara Falls, Elmendorf (Alaska) AFB, Omaha, Taiwan, Philippines and Turkey. During these moves around the world...
“ VOY:
Living Witness (1998) ” - ltarex
 
75.
“ ENT:
Acquisition (2002)
Future Tense (2002) ” - ltarex
 
76.
“ TNG:
Relics (1992)
Ship in a Bottle (1992)
Descent (1993)
Descent, Part II (1993)
Gambit, Part II (1993)
Homeward (1993)

DS9:
Second Sight (1993)
Heart of Stone (1994)
Distant Voices (1994)
The Adversary (1995)
Starship Down (1995)
Hard Time (1996)

VOY:
Tattoo (1995)
Threshold (1995)
Resolutions (1996)
The Swarm (1996)
Macrocosm (1996)
Darkling (1997)
Worst Case Scenario (1997)
Nemesis (1997)
Random Thoughts (1997)
Waking Moments (1997) ” - ltarex
 
77.
“ ENT:
Desert Crossing (2002)
A Night in Sickbay (2002)
Vanishing Point (2002)
Cease Fire (2002)
Anomaly (2003)
The Shipment (2003)
North Star (2003)
Storm Front, Part II (2004)
Daedalus (2004)
Babel One (2004) ” - ltarex
 
78.
“ TNG:
Angel One (1987) ” - ltarex
 
79.
“ ENT:
Fallen Hero (2002)
Singularity (2002) ” - ltarex
 
80.
“ DS9:
Statistical Probabilities (1997)
It's Only a Paper Moon (1998)

VOY:
Real Life (1997)
The Gift (1997)
Demon (1998)
Course: Oblivion (1998) ” - ltarex
 
81.
Terry Windell
Art Department, Ghostbusters
With over 25 years of experience, the career of Terry Windell has run the gamut from live action director to 3D visual effects animation supervisor. He began his career at Lucasfilm's Industrial Light and Magic where he honed his skills as a visual effects designer/animator on the Academy Award® winning films...
“ VOY:
Gravity (1998)
Dark Frontier (1998)
Survival Instinct (1999)
The Voyager Conspiracy (1999)
Ashes to Ashes (2000)
Life Line (2000)
Critical Care (2000)
Shattered (2000)
Prophecy (2000)
Natural Law (2001)

ENT:
Breaking the Ice (2001) ” - ltarex
 
82.
“ TNG:
Loud as a Whisper (1988) ” - ltarex
 
83.
Bill Reed
Animation Department, Heathcliff
“ TAS:
Bem (1974)
The Pirates of Orion (1974)
How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth (1974)
The Counter-Clock Incident (1974) ” - ltarex
 
84.
“ TAS:
More Tribbles, More Troubles (1973)
The Infinite Vulcan (1973)
Yesteryear (1973)
Beyond the Farthest Star (1973)
The Survivor (1973)
The Lorelei Signal (1973)
One of Our Planets is Missing (1973)
Mudd's Passion (1973)
The Magicks of Megas-Tu (1973)
The Time Trap (1973)
The Slaver Weapon (1973)
The Ambergris Element (1973)
The Jihad (1973)
The Terratin Incident (1973)
The Eye of the Beholder (1973)
Once Upon a Planet (1973)
Albatross (1974)
The Practical Joker (1974) ” - ltarex
 
85.
“ DS9:
A Simple Investigation (1996)
Covenant (1998)

VOY:
Once Upon a Time (1998)
Warhead (1999) ” - ltarex
 
86.
“ TNG:
The Icarus Factor (1989) ” - ltarex
 
87.
Terrence O'Hara
Director, NCIS
“ VOY:
Think Tank (1999) ” - ltarex
 
88.
“ DS9:
Treachery, Faith and the Great River (1998)
Chimera (1998)
Penumbra (1999)
Extreme Measures (1999) ” - ltarex
 
89.
Win Phelps
Director, L.A. Law
“ TNG:
Symbiosis (1988) ” - ltarex
 
90.
“ VOY:
Collective (1999) ” - ltarex
 
91.
Robert Legato
Visual Effects, Avatar
“ TNG:
Ménage á Troi (1990)
The Nth Degree (1991)

DS9:
If Wishes Were Horses (1993) ” - ltarex
 
92.
“ TNG:
I, Borg (1992)
Force of Nature (1993) ” - ltarex
 
93.
“ TNG:
The Innter Light (1992)
Gambit, Part I (1993)

VOY:
Lineage (2000) ” - ltarex
 
94.
“ ENT:
Hatchery (2003)
The Forge (2004)
Affliction (2004) ” - ltarex
 
95.
“ DS9:
The Wire (1994)
The Jem'Hadar (1994)
The Search, Part I (1994)
The Ship (1996)
Nor the Battle to the Strong (1996)
Blaze of Glory (1997)

VOY:
Parallax (1994)
Cathexis (1995)
Jetrel (1995)
Twisted (1995) ” - ltarex
 
96.
“ DS9:
Honor Among Thieves (1997)

VOY:
Prey (1997)
Relativity (1999) ” - ltarex
 
97.
“ TNG:
Justice (1987)
The Neutral Zone (1988)
Frame of Mind (1993)

DS9:
Duet (1993)
Necessary Evil (1993)
The Way of the Warrior (1995)
Little Green Men (1995)
Shattered Mirror (1995)
For the Cause (1996)
Apocalypse Rising (1996)

VOY:
The 37's (1995)
Persistence of Vision (1995)
Death Wish (1995)
Innocence (1996)

ENT:
Broken Bow (2001)
Judgment (2003)
Damage (2004)
In a Mirror, Darkly (2005) ” - ltarex
 
98.
“ ENT:
Dear Doctor (2001)
Carbon Creek (2002)
Minefield (2002)
The Communicator (2002)
Horizon (2003) ” - ltarex
 
99.
“ ENT:
Oasis (2002) ” - ltarex
 
100.
“ VOY:
Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy (1999)
Fury (2000) ” - ltarex