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Aldric A. Horton (born 26 September) is an actor and fitness instructor who was one of the regular background performers during the first three seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise, mostly playing an operations division crewman. In one episode he appeared as a background Xindi-Arboreal, indicated by the name tag of his costume which was sold off on the Christie's auction 40 Years of Star Trek: The Collection. [1] A still image of Horton from the episode "Vox Sola" can be seen in the ENT Season 1 DVD special feature Cast Impressions: Season One. As a background actor Horton received no credit for his appearances.

Horton portrayed as a palace guard in the 2004 comedy sequel The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (with John Rhys-Davies, Chris Pine, Elinor Donahue, Chris Wynne, Neal Kaz, and stunts by Charlie Brewer, Kevin Derr, Dana Dru Evenson, and Andy Gill) and had supporting roles in Michael Mann's drama Ali (2001), Barry Sonnenfeld's science fiction comedy Men in Black II (2002, with Jack Kehler, Michael Rivkin, Michael Bailey Smith, Mary Stein, Paige Brooks, Kevin Grevioux, Derek Mears, and Shannon Watson), the independent films Out of the Shadows and Full Circle, the science fiction sequel Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011, with Glenn Morshower, Tom Virtue, Leonard Nimoy, Robert Foxworth, George Coe, Frank Welker, Keith Szarabajka, and Taylor McCluskey), and the drama Duke (2013, with Hank Harris and Louis Ferreira).

Other background work includes the television series Crossing Jordan (2005, starring Miguel Ferrer and with Gary Graham), The Haunted, Almost Home, and a recurring role in General Hospital.

More recently, Horton appeared in the science fiction film The Gunrunner Billy Kane (with Charles Emmett, Max Williams, and John Kassir) and in the drama The Prodigal Song (2016). With a military background and working for several years as UCLA campus security, Horton has also been a fitness instructor, personal trainer, and health coach since 1993. [2]

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