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Robert "Bob" E.L. Bralver (born 15 January 1941; age 75) is a stuntman, stunt actor, stunt coordinator, and director who performed stunts and portrayed stunt roles in several episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and also in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. He filmed his scene for "Friday's Child" on Friday 26 May 1967 at Desilu Stage 10.
Among his stunt and stunt acting resume are films such as Earthquake (1974, with Genevieve Bujold, George Murdock, Gene Dynarski, Eugene Collier, Jerry Hardin, George Sawaya, and stunts by Tony Brubaker, Erik Cord, Paula Crist, Dick Dial, Nick Dimitri, Donna Garrett, Robert Herron, Gene LeBell, Bob Minor and Felix Silla), The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982, with Richard Lynch, Anthony De Longis, Jeff Corey, Joseph Ruskin, George Murdock, and Erik Cord), Road House (1989, with Patricia Tallman, Anthony De Longis, Kevin Tighe, Marshall Teague, Michael Rider, Tiny Ron, Dennis Ott, and stunts by Janet Brady, Simone Boisseree, Gary Epper, Tommy J. Huff, and Jeff Imada), Galaxis (1995, with Kristin Bauer and Jeff Rector), Space Jam (1996), and Playing God (1997).
Bralver has performed stunts in television series such as I Spy, Mission: Impossible, Mannix, Kung Fu, Kojak, Knight Rider, Battlestar Galactica, and Diagnosis Murder.
He is also a director and worked in this occupation for films and television series such as Hardcastle & McCormick, Riptide, Knight Rider, The A-Team, Rush Week, Jake and the Fatman, Father Dowling Mysteries, Dragnet, and Renegade.
Bralver wrote several screenplays and stories for television series such as Emergency! and Kojak and for the film Midnight Ride (1990).
Star Trek appearancesEdit
- Star Trek: The Motion Picture - stunts
- DS9: "Blood Oath" as an Albino guard (uncredited)