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Daryl S. Baskin is a film editor who worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise.

Along with J.P. Farrell and David Ramirez he was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Editing for a Series - Single Camera Production in 1994 for the Star Trek: The Next Generation final episode "All Good Things...".

Baskin was the post-production supervisor for the CBS Schoolbreak Special episode "The Drug Knot" in 1986, directed by Anson Williams. He worked as assistant editor on the television special The Muppets: A Celebration of 30 Years (1986) and the television drama Ladykillers (1988).

As editor, Baskin worked on Robert Duncan McNeill's short films The Battery (1998, with Karen Austin, Ethan Phillips, and first assistant director Michael Risner) and 9mm of Love (2000, with Ethan Phillips, Liz Vassey, and Patricia Tallman, assistant directors Michael Risner and David Trotti, and special effects people Dick Brownfield and Mark Stimson), the short film Little Boy Blues (2005), and the television series Desire (2006), Watch Over Me (2006-2007), and American Heiress (2007).

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