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Christopher "Chris" Torres (born 7 January 1970; age 46) is a stuntman and stunt actor who portrayed MACO Sergeant B. Moreno in five episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise and also his mirror universe counterpart B. Moreno. His mirror universe uniform was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay.  More recently Torres performed stunts as a Romulan crewman in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek.
Torres was born as Christopher Lyne Torres in Bakersfield, California. As a martial artist he was hired for the on a video game based action film Mortal Kombat (1995, with Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Lloyd Kino, and stunts by Dana Hee, Sidney Liufau, Pat Romano, and Jeff Imada), after which he earned his SAG card. Torres previously appeared as action actor in the films The Killing Zone (1991, under coordination of Cole McKay) and Shootfighter: Fight to the Death (1992, with Edward Laurence Albert, Mark Ginther, and Ted Barba).
Torres performed stunt parts in several television series, including Arrest & Trial (2001), The Hunted (2001), She Spies (2003), and Untold Stories of the ER (2006).
Among his feature films are the science fiction film Total Force (1997, with Richard Lynch and Barry Lynch, under stunt coordination of Warren Stevens), the action film Absolute Force (1997, with Dan Koko), the action comedy The Medallion (2003, with John Rhys-Davies), Oliver Stone's drama Alexander (2004, with Christopher Plummer and stuntman Theo Kypri), the action film The Last Eve (2005, with fellow Star Trek stunt performer Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom), and Clint Eastwood's war dramas Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima (both 2006). Torres served as stunt double for lead actor Matthew Davis in the video game vampire action BloodRayne (2005, starring Kristanna Loken) and performed stunts in the video game adventure Ultraviolet (2006, with Mike Smith and Jennifer Caputo).
His recent projects include the drama Koreatown (2007), the thriller Reflections (2008, with Jim Beaver), and as assistant stunt coordinator and stunt double in the thriller Dark World (2008, with Jeff Rector).