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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 7 July 1950Sonora, California, USA
Birth NameVaughn Dale Armstrong
Height 6' 0½" (1.84 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Vaughn Armstrong was born on July 7, 1950 in Sonora, California, USA as Vaughn Dale Armstrong. He is known for his work on Clear and Present Danger (1994), The Net (1995) and Days of Our Lives (1965).

Trivia (12)

Reprised his role as the Klingon 'Korath' (from the 'Star Trek: The Experience' exhibit) on the series finale of Star Trek: Voyager (1995). [June 2001]
Auditioned for the role of Commander William T. Riker on Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987).
As of December 2004, he has appeared on Star Trek 27 times, as 11 different characters of 8 different races (two Cardassians (Gul Danar, Seskal), a Vidiian, a Hirogen, a Romulan (Telek R'Mor), three Klingons (Korris, Korath), a former Borg drone (Two of Nine/Lansor), a Kreetassan, and a Human (Admiral Forrest)).
Recently formed a blues band with Star Trek co-stars Richard Herd (Admiral Paris from Star Trek: Voyager (1995)), Casey Biggs (Damar from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993)) and Steve Rankin (multiple roles).
Along with Jeffrey Combs, he is one of only two actors to played three characters in a single "Star Trek" season (Star Trek: Enterprise (2001) Season One).
Is the only actor to play five different characters on a single "Star Trek" series (Star Trek: Voyager (1995)).
Appeared in both the second ('Past Prologue') and second last ('Dogs of War') episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993). He played Gul Danar and Seskal respectively, both of whom were Cardassians.
His Star Trek: Enterprise (2001) character, Admiral Maxwell Forrest, was named after the late DeForest Kelley who played Dr. Leonard H. "Bones" McCoy in the original Star Trek (1966) series. Kelley died on June 11, 1999.
He has two grown sons.
His late father was a huge "Star Trek" fan.
Has accepted to be the godfather of the Belgian Star Trek fan club BVC.
One of four actors to appear in all four live-action Star Trek spin-off series -- the others are Randy Oglesby, Thomas Kopache, and Jonathan Frakes. Armstrong is the only one of the four to appear in multiple episodes of each series.

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