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Erick Weiss is an actor who appeared in two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation and in one episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He first appeared as Ensign Kane in the fifth season episode "Conundrum" in 1992 and was listed as "Crewman" in the end credits of the episode. He filmed his scene on Tuesday 26 November 1991 on Paramount Stage 9 and is listed as "Male Crew" on the call sheet for the episode. He reprised his role for the sixth season episode "Relics" in 1992. Weiss also portrayed Stephen in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine second season episode "Paradise" in 1994.
Beside his work on Star Trek, Weiss was featured in the fantasy comedy Mannequin: On the Move (1991, with Andrew Hill Newman, Christine Anne Baur, and Michael J. Anderson), the television thriller A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story (1992, with Stephen Collins, Stephen Root, Christine Jansen, Lori Hallier, Tricia O'Neil, Jandi Swanson, Susanna Thompson, Norman Large, Thomas Kopache, Brian Markinson, Jeff Allin, Jeff Hayenga, and Bobby Burns), the television thriller Ladykiller (1992, with Alice Krige, Bob Gunton, Bert Remsen, and Thomas Knickerbocker), the fantasy drama Younger and Younger (1993, with Sally Kellerman, Connie Danese, and Davida Williams), and the crime thriller Betrayal of the Dove (1993, with David L. Lander and Cole McKay).
Weiss also appeared in the horror film The Fear (1995), the television drama Crime of the Century (1996, with Bert Remsen, Stefan Gierasch, Vyto Ruginis, Michael Bofshever, Brad Greenquist, Jefrey Alan Chandler, Heinrich James, Bill Bolender, Annette Helde, and Time Winters), and in episodes of Full House (1993), Murder, She Wrote (1994, with Theodore Bikel, Richard Lynch, Albie Selznick, and Lilyan Chauvin), Melrose Place (1997, with Eileen Seeley), and Beverly Hills, 90210 (1997, with Jessica Collins).