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Judson Earney Scott (born 15 July 1952; age 64) is the actor who first appeared on a Star Trek production in 1982 portraying Joachim in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Despite his having a prominent role in the film, Scott's name was not listed in the film's credits, thanks to an overzealous agent trying to get Scott star billing without his knowledge. (citation needed • edit) Scott moved on and appeared in one episode each of Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1988 and Star Trek: Voyager in 1997.
Judson Scott is well-known for starring in the short-lived 1980s science fiction television series The Phoenix, on V in 1985 as Lt. James (with Jeff Yagher and Duncan Regehr), and on the 1980s late-night soap opera The Colbys (with Tracy Scoggins). He also appeared in an episode of the science fiction series Voyagers! as Lawrence of Arabia, and had guest appearances in other television shows as well. In 1982 he appeared in the film I, the Jury (with Paul Sorvino and Don Pike). In 1994, Scott appeared in the Babylon 5 episode "And the Sky Full of Stars", as Knight One (alongside Christopher Neame).
In 1991, he had a role in the action comedy K-9000 (with Anne Haney, David Renan, Ted Barba, James H. Burk, Kenny Endoso, Jeff Imada, Dave Perna, Nicholas Shaffer, Gregory J. Barnett, and Lane Leavitt) In 1998, he appeared in the action/sci-fi film Blade as the vampire elder Pallantine, alongside Sidney Liufau, Andray Johnson, and Jeff Imada.