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Clint Howard (born 20 April 1959; age 58) is the brother of actor and director Ron Howard and the son of actor Rance Howard. Clint's career began at the age of one, with a role in The Andy Griffith Show, a television show that starred his brother. He has worked steadily since, with roles in a number of the films his brother directs, and roles in a number of B-movies as well. His Star Trek work includes appearances in three of the series. In 1989, Howard joined other Trek alumni by acting in the cop film Tango & Cash. His co-stars from the Trek franchise were Marc Alaimo, Roy Brocksmith, Teri Hatcher, Glenn Morshower, Michael J. Pollard and Phil Rubenstein.

Along with Majel Barrett, Joseph Ruskin, Jack Donner and Vince Deadrick, he is one of only five actors to appear in both Star Trek: The Original Series and Star Trek: Enterprise. He, Barrett, and Ruskin also appeared in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

On Comedy Central's August 2006 roast of William Shatner, Howard reprised his role as Balok in an older, grown-up form addicted to tranya.

He filmed his scenes as Balok on Wednesday, 1 June 1966 at Desilu Stage 9. He also filmed a makeup test the previous day. [1]

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