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Why is there a man in 20th century clothing in TNG Power Play

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About 18 minutes (including commercials) into TNG Episode, Power Play, there is a man walking in one of Enterprise's corridors wearing what appears to be a 20th century red button-down shirt, grey or beige chinos, a dark belt, and light colored shoes.

He has do step out of the way as Worf and two security personnel as they run by on their way to a turbolift to catch the possessed Troi, Data, and O'Brien.

It kind of looks like Brent Spiner. However, it is not Data because he is already in, or on his way to, Ten-Forward and he was in uniform.

Am I seeing things? Could this fellow be a member of the crew or production team who got a walk-on cameo?

Thanks, Ed -- 20:14, April 5, 2010 (UTC)

Could it be a crew member on his way to or from a holoprogram in which his dress would have been appropriate?The preceding unsigned comment was added by Edmk5000 (talk • contribs).
Not sure why but this man is regular background actor and stand-in Mark Lentry. This was not his only appearance in this style of costume. Other background regulars also wear the same style a few times, like Michael Moorehead. – Tom 21:18, April 6, 2010 (UTC)

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