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Brian Demonbreun

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Brian Demonbreun at Star Trek The Tour in California, January 2008

Brian D. Demonbreun (born 19 November 1959; age 56) is a graphic artist, videographer, and actor who appeared as a regular background actor throughout the run of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and in two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. He received no credit for his appearances.

Demonbreun was born in Santa Monica, California and grew up in Hawthorne, California, attended the Hawthorne Highschool from 1974 until 1978, and has been a member of the Screen Actors Guild since 1987. He has worked as a graphics artist since 1980 and founded his production company "Art Patrol" in 1989. He specializes in preparing illustrations for realtors and developers.

Outside Star Trek he appeared in a supporting role in the war drama The Hanoi Hilton (1987) alongside Star Trek performers David Soul, Stephen Davies, Lawrence Pressman, John Vargas, Rick Fitts, and Bill Cho Lee. Demonbreun worked as stand-in for Charles Rocket in Jonathan Frakes' television pilot Star Patrol (2000) and for John C. Reilly in the comedy Year of the Dog (2007, with Josh Pais).

More recently he appeared as a background actor in the award-winning drama World Trade Center (2006, with Jude Ciccolella and Susie Stillwell), the drama Even Money (2006, starring Kelsey Grammer), the science fiction thriller Next (2007, with Jim Beaver, Danny Downey, and Bonita Friedericy), the fantasy film D-War (2007, with Holmes Osborne, Matthias Hues, and Derek Mears), and the sports comedy Balls of Fury (2007, with Diedrich Bader and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa).

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