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Dell Yount (born 28 March 1960; age 57) is the actor who played the Boslic Tilikia in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Sons of Mogh". He then went on to appear as V'radian chemist B'Rat Ud in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Rajiin".
Yount and his Enterprise co-star, Connor Trinneer (Charles Tucker III), had previously appeared together as writers in the acclaimed 2001 made-for-television movie 61*. This movie's cast also featured fellow Star Trek alumni Seymour Cassel, Robert Costanzo, Charles Esten, Bob Gunton, Robert Joy, Christopher McDonald, Bruce McGill, and Michael Nouri.
Yount's first TV movie was 1991's The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw, which also featured Ann H. Gillespie, Max Grodénchik, John Fleck, and Brian Keith. This was followed in 1994 with a role in In the Line of Duty: The Price of Vengeance, starring Tina Lifford, Brian Markinson, Dean Stockwell, and Susanna Thompson, and in 1995 with an appearance in Trial by Fire, starring Keith Carradine and Richard Riehle. Both of these latter TV movies also featured TNG guest star Rick Scarry.
Also in 1995, Yount co-starred opposite Miguel Ferrer, John Carroll Lynch, and Stephen Root in In the Line of Duty: Hunt for Justice. The following year, he appeared in Co-ed Call Girl, starring Jeri Ryan, featuring Herta Ware, and directed by Michael Rhodes. His other TV movie credits include Project: ALF (1996, with Ed Begley, Jr., Miguel Ferrer, John Schuck, and Ray Walston) and Mr. Murder (1998, with Jim Beaver, Stephanie Niznik, Richard Riehle, Bill Smitrovich, and Barbara Tarbuck).
Yount also guest-starred in an episode of NYPD Blue with Titus Welliver and series regulars Gordon Clapp and Sharon Lawrence. He also appeared in an episode of Providence starring Concetta Tomei and also guest-starring Matt Malloy. Other television series on which he has appeared include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The X-Files, and ER.
He has also appeared in a few feature film, most notably 2001's Joy Ride (with Jim Beaver) and 2002's Phone Booth (with James MacDonald and Josh Pais). He also appeared in 1997's Top of the World, starring fellow Enterprise guest star Peter Weller (along with Ed Lauter and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa) and 2003's The United States of Leland, with Ron Canada, Matt Malloy, and Jim Metzler.