(written from a Production point of view)
Craig Cady (born 13 August 1971; age 45) is an actor who appeared as a dead Serosian crewmember in the Star Trek: Voyager fourth season episode "Revulsion". He received no credit for his appearance and filmed his scenes on Tuesday 15 July 1997 and Wednesday 16 July 1997 on Paramount Stage 16. The call sheet is listing him as "Dead Alien". His costume was previously worn in the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episode "Starship Mine".
Born in San Diego, California, Cady earned his BA in English from the University of California at Berkeley. He trained acting with coaches such as Valerie Landsburg, Howard Fine, Phil Lowry, Gerald Sternbach, Carol Weiss, Seth Riggs, and Sam Viverito. National stage tours include "Aida", "Joseph...Dreamcoat", and as Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet". He also performed in plays such as "A Class Act", "The Music Man", "Starlight Express", "Monthy Python's Spamalot" for which he received a 2015 Inland Theatre League Award for his portrayal of King Arthur, "Grease", and "West Side Story".
Beside his appearance in Star Trek: Voyager, Cady also appeared in episodes of Stark Raving Mad (1999, with John Vickery), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000, with Deborah Landis), and Days of Our Lives as well as the Vintage Trouble music video "Total Strangers" (2011). 
Cady's other credits include the short comedy Playback (2002, with Ronnie Steadman), the thriller Fascination (2004), the short film Prenuptial Tango (2007), the short science fiction film Subject 7 (2011), the short comedy Vice & Virtue: The Pitch (2011), the drama A Woman Called Jobs (2014), and the drama Jason and Shirley (2015).