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Numiri captain

...as a Numiri captain

Henry Brown is the actor who played the Numiri captain in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Ex Post Facto".

He has also made guest appearances on Kojak (three episodes, including one with David Ogden Stiers), Police Story (in an episode with Paul Carr), M*A*S*H (in an episode with Johnny Haymer), Matlock (three episodes, including one with Brad Blaisdell and a two-parter with Robert Curtis-Brown and Leon Russom), Alien Nation (starring Gary Graham, Eric Pierpoint, and Michele Scarabelli, in an episode with Mark L. Taylor), Tales from the Crypt (with Whoopi Goldberg, John Rhys-Davies, and the voice of John Kassir), Picket Fences (with Concetta Tomei), L.A. Law (with Corbin Bernsen, Daniel Benzali, and Larry Drake), and several episodes of Baywatch Nights (including one with Andrew Prine), among other television shows. For film, he made his debut with an uncredited appearance in 1974's Three the Hard Way (co-starring Jay Robinson, Corbin Bernsen, and Irene Tsu). This was followed with a support in the 1975 drama The Man in the Glass Booth, opposite Lawrence Pressman. He subsequently appeared in small roles in the first and third Lethal Weapon films (1987, 1992), the 1988 holiday comedy Scrooged (with John Glover, Michael J. Pollard, and Alfre Woodard), the 1989 horror thriller Stepfather II (starring Terry O'Quinn and Meg Foster), the 1992 dramedy Hero (with Richard Riehle), and the 1994 thriller Slaughter of the Innocents (with Armin Shimerman and Susanna Thompson).

More recently, he was seen in the 2001 film My First Mister (with Gary Bullock and Michael McKean) and in the 2005 TV adaptation of Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God.

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