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First Mediator

...as the first Mediator

David Q. Combs is the actor who played the first Mediator in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Justice".

Following his appearance on Star Trek, Combs had guest roles in episodes of Moonlighting (1987, with Jack Blessing, Jane Daly, and Terry O'Quinn), Jake and the Fatman (1988, with Jeffrey Combs, James Louis Watkins, and Vaughn Armstrong), Hunter (1990, with Carlos Carrasco and Barbara Luna), NYPD Blue (1993, with Gordon Clapp, Alan Scarfe, and John Hostetter), Viper (1994, with Josh Cruze and Biff Manard), Murphy Brown (1995, with Wallace Shawn), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1995, with Stanley Kamel and Michael Bofshever), The Client (1995, with Susan Gibney and Brian McNamara), Diagnosis Murder (1996), Team Knight Rider (1997, with John Kassir), 7th Heaven (1998, with Stephen Collins, Catherine Hicks, and Christopher Michael), JAG (1999 and 2000, with Jane Daly, Scott Haven, Vyto Ruginis, and Rif Hutton), The Handler (2003, with Rico Bueno), and The West Wing (2005, with Thomas Kopache).

Beside this Combs also had featured parts in the television western Bonanza: The Next Generation (1988, with Peter Mark Richman and Barbara Anderson), the drama The Accidental Tourist (1989, with David Ogden Stiers and Ed Begley, Jr.), the television thriller Blind Faith (1990, with Dakin Matthews, Gordon Clapp, Jake Dengel, Edward Wiley, Aaron Lustig, and Jennifer Nash), the crime thriller Where Sleeping Dogs Lie (1991, with Vanna Bonta, Brett Cullen, and Danitza Kingsley), the thriller The Enemy Within (1994, with Chuck Hicks, Leonard Kelly-Young, Dakin Matthews, Lawrence Pressman, and Michael Buchman Silver), and the horror film Starkweather (2004).

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