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Digger Mesch

Digger Mesch is an actor and producer, known for Ultraviolet (2006), The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch (2008) and Agent 88 (2013). See full bio »

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Known For

Ultraviolet Detective Endera
The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch Officier de police
Agent 88 Producer
Agent 88 Director


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 2019 Undateable John
Liquor Store Clerk (credit only)
 2019 Sarina: Angel Of Death (Short)
 2016 Altered Spirits
 2016 Killer Ink
 2014 Friends and Romans
Proud Citizen (as Digger T. Mesch)
 2013 Payday (TV Series)
- Vlad & Gage (2013) ... Bain
- Greta: The Assassin (2013) ... Bain
- The Elephant (2013) ... Bain
- Hector (2013) ... Bain
- The Vault (2013) ... Bain
 2013 Payday 2 (Video Game)
Bain (voice)
 2008 The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch
Officier de police
 2007 The Counting House
 2006 X-Men: Darktide (Video short)
Wolverine (voice)
 2006 Ultraviolet
Detective Endera
 2004 Heat Team
Digger (uncredited)
 2003 The Twins Effect
Vampire Thomas
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Digger T Mesch is also a world-renowned artist and was founder of "The Art Asylum", a design and manufacturing company, and a pioneer in the toy world. The youngest company to be awarded the worldwide master rights for "Star Trek" by Viacom. The phaser gun replicas were so accurate that they were used on the Star Trek: Star Trek: Enterprise (2001) TV series, by the majority of the cast.

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