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Eamon Sheehan (born 13 February 1980; age 38) is an actor from Savannah, Georgia, who had a supporting role in 2009's Star Trek. [1]

According to the Internet Movie Database, Sheehan played a Romulan crew member in the film and was not credited for his performance. This has yet to be confirmed.

Sheehan attended Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, where he played football in addition to acting. He performed in several plays for Yale Dramatic Theatre, including productions of Tennessee Williams' Orpheus Descending and Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters. He also acted in a number of student films. He graduated from Yale with a Bachelor of arts degree in Sociology and Theatre Studies in 2003, after which he moved to Los Angeles to continue his acting career.

He made his feature film debut in the independent romantic comedy Red Thread, shot in Louisville, Kentucky, and produced by Stratton Leopold. He then had lead roles in the short films Firm and Willets Point Station (aka The Red Line). Star Trek was his first major studio film.

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