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Jeff Sanders is a stuntman and actor who served as stunt double for Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Jr.'s Klaang in the Star Trek: Enterprise pilot episode "Broken Bow". He filmed his stunt scenes on location in Bakersfield on 12 June 2001 and 13 June 2001 under stunt coordinator Vince Deadrick, Jr.

Sanders started to work in front of the camera in the '90s with guest parts in the television series Ellen (1995, with Raymond Forchion), Players (1997, with Gregory Itzin, Marta Martin, Harve Presnell, and Mike Starr), Ally McBeal (1998, with Gary Bullock, J. Patrick McCormack, Dina Meyer, and Marty Rackham), and Sister, Sister (1998, with Rachael Harris). His feature film credits include the comedy Spy Hard (1996), the thriller The Chamber (1996), the crime comedy 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag (1997, with Ric Sarabia and Miguel Perez), the drama L.A. Confidential (1997), the drama True Friends (1998, with Bertila Damas, Michelle Bonilla, Al Foster, and Kevin Grevioux), the thriller Thursday (1998, with Eugene Collier and Marjean Holden), and the drama Time of Her Time (1999, with Blake Lindsley and Larry Drake).

Further credits as stunt actor, stunt double, and actor include the crime comedy Pros & Cons (1999, along with Diana R. Lupo), the comedy Whatever It Takes (2000), the crime comedy Baby Boy (2001), the science fiction action film The One (2001), the short film Ticker (2002, with F. Murray Abraham, Jimmy Ortega, Charlie Brewer, Diamond Farnsworth, and Steve Kelso), the comedy Showtime (2002), the television movie Young MacGyver (2003, with Ron Canada), the comedy National Security (2003), the action drama Biker Boyz (2003), the action film Ride or Die (2003), the comic adaptation Spider-Man 2 (2004), the action film Half Past Dead 2 (2007), the crime sequel Ocean's Thirteen (2007), the action drama Lords of the Underworld (2007, along with John Duff, Derek Graf, David Mattey, Justin Riemer, and Douglas Tait), the comedy The Comebacks (2007), and episodes of Thieves (2001, with Robert Knepper, Erick Avari, and Frank Novak), The Tick (2002, with Liz Vassey, Bob Clendenin, and Scott L. Schwartz), The Nine (2007, with John Billingsley and April Grace), Californication (2007, with Mark Margolis), Numb3rs (2008, with Brian George), and NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2008, with stunts by Diamond Farnsworth, Tom McComas, and Shawn Crowder).

More recent credits include stunt work in the drama Notorious (2009, with Justin Rodgers Hall), the thriller Angels & Demons (2009), the comedy The Janky Promoters (2009), the drama Bolden! (2010, with Jay Caputo and Eugene Collier), and the comedy Barry Munday (2010, with Malcolm McDowell, Christopher McDonald, Matt Winston, Michael Durrell, Marcelo Tubert, Michael Rivkin, and stunts by Mark Riccardi and Lou Simon).

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