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Gregory "Greg" N. Stuhl (born 3 February 1957; age 59) is a model and miniature maker who worked for Gregory Jein, Inc. on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

A relative latecomer int he motion picture industry, and holding a Batchelor's degree in Industrial Design from the California State University, Long Beach, Stuhl's tenure at Gregory Jein, Inc. was his first recorded professional employment. For Jein, Stuhl also worked on the science fiction television film Journey to the Center of the Earth (1993, with Don Greenberg, Simon Holden, Adam Howard, Scott Rader, Laurie Resnick, and Joe White), the television movie Viper (1994), and the comic adaptation The Shadow (1994). He then worked as model maker for companies such as Boss Film Studios, Thunderstone Model Shop and Sony Pictures IMageworks Inc. on films such as the science fiction blockbuster Stargate (1994), the comic adaptation Batman Forever (1995), the science fiction blockbusters Independence Day (1996) and Starship Troopers (1997), the mystery thriller What Lies Benath (2000), the science fiction thriller Hollow Man (2000), the remake Charlie's Angels (2000), the comic adaptation Spider-Man (2002), and the fantasy sequel Stuart Little 2 (2002).

In 2001, Stuhl joined Asylum Visual Effects as lead CGI modeler. His credits with this company include the horror remake The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), the adventure Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003), the action film National Treasure (2004), the fantasy film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), the thriller Deja Vu (2006), the fantasy sequel Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007), the sequel National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007), the fantasy drama The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008), the horror remake Friday the 13th (2009), the science fiction film Terminator Salvation (2009), the fantasy adventure The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010), and the thriller Unstoppable (2011).

More recently, after Asylum Visual Effects went out of business in late 2010 [1], he worked for Method Studios L.A. on the action comedy This Means War (2012, starring Chris Pine and Tom Hardy) and on the science fiction film Cloud Atlas (2012).

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