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James F. Boeke (born 11 November 1938; age 77) is an actor from Heidelberg, Texas who played a Klingon general in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

Before starting his acting career he was a professional football player for the Dallas Cowboys (1964-1967).

Among his acting resume are films such as North Dallas Forty (1979, with Jane Daly), Alligator (1980, with stunts by Kenny Endoso), Pennies from Heaven (1981, with Nancy Parsons, William Frankfather, and Arell Blanton), Fear City (1984, with Emilia Crow, Vinny Argiro, and Victor Rivers), The Kindred (1987, with Bennet Guillory), Kill Me Again (1989, with Bibi Besch, Nick Dimitri, Jeff Smolek, and stunts by Cherie Tash and Rick Sawaya), Forrest Gump (1994, with Sam Anderson, Don Fischer, Michael McFall, Geoffrey Blake, Michael Jace, and stunts by Joey Box, Denise Lynne Roberts, Erik Stabenau, Jay Caputo, Kim Koscki, and Denney Pierce), and A Man Apart (2003, with Geno Silva, Jeff Kober, Marco Rodriguez, and Thomas Kopache).

Boeke has also guest starred in television series such as M.A.S.H. (1981, with David Ogden Stiers and Jack Blessing), Knight Rider (1982, starring Patricia McPherson), The A-Team (1983-1986, starring Dwight Schultz and Melinda Culea), Hunter (1984 and 1987, written by Joe Menosky), Matlock (1989, with Paul Collins, Kathryn Leigh Scott, Milt Tarver, and Catherine MacNeal), Murder She Wrote (1991, with John Anderson and John Beck), and had a recurring role in Coach (1989-1997).

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