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Brendan Fleming is an actor, writer, and director who worked as recurring background actor on several episodes of Star Trek: Voyager. He received no credit for these appearances and was identified by the call sheets.
In the 1990s, Fleming started his acting career with appearances in the thriller Lithium (1996), the sport drama Defying Gravity (1997), and the comedy The Big Day (1999, with Mary Anne McGarry, Clayton Rohner, Tom Virtue, and Kevin Tighe). Further acting work includes episodes of ER (2003) and Blue Belle (2010), the horror film Trespassers (2006, with Squeen Holzen), and the short comedy Feed the Cat (2009) on which he also worked as director.
In 2010, he starred in the award winning short film A Letter from Home and in 2013, he wrote, co-produced, and starred in the short comedy Something to Do. More recent projects include the short drama Regression, Inc. (2014), the short comedy The Moving Picture Co. 1914 (2014, stunt coordination by Anthony Molinari and stunts by Jeffrey McDancer), the short drama Off the Hook (2015), and the short drama Along the Tracks (2015).
Beside his film and television work, Fleming has worked in over twenty-five theater productions and in 2006, he co-founded the theater and short films production company The Loose Affiliation of Artists, based in Santa Barbara.