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Justin M. Sundquist is a stuntman and stunt actor who appeared in several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise. He received no on-screen credits for his appearances.

In 2008 he was part of the stunt team which received a Screen Actors Guild Award for best television stunt ensemble for their work on the action series 24. Fellow Star Trek stuntmen Dustin Meier and Erik Stabenau and stunt coordinator Jeff Cadiente were also part of the team. Two years later he won another Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series for his work on 24, shared with Jeff Cadiente, Dustin Meier, Brian Hite, Christopher Leps, Erik Stabenau, and John Meier.

Among his resume are films such as Get Carter (2000, with Todd Bryant and Lauro Chartrand), Pearl Harbor (2001, with Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Steve Rankin, Randy Oglesby, Raphael Sbarge, Glenn Morshower, John Pyper-Ferguson, Leland Orser, James Saito, Manu Intiraymi, Christopher Leps, and Denney Pierce), Ocean's Eleven (2001, with Miguel Perez, Scott L. Schwartz, Brian Avery, Anita Hart, Ransom Gates, and Dana Dru Evenson), Minority Report (2002, with Neal McDonough, Patrick Kilpatrick, Caroline Lagerfelt, Shannon O'Hurley, Baron Jay, and Brian J. Williams), The Italian Job (2003, with Boris Lee Krutonog and Monica Staggs), Domino (2005, with Paul Sklar, Stanley Kamel, Patrick Kerr, and Anita Hart), Triloquest (2006, stunt coordinated by Dennis Madalone), and Mr. Woodcock (2007, with Googy Gress, Van Epperson, David Pease, and Thom Williams).

Sundquist has performed stunts in television series such as The X-Files, JAG, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Charmed, V.I.P., Angel, She Spies (with Elle Alexander and Spice Williams-Crosby), Without a Trace (stunt coordinated by Dennis Madalone), Cold Case, Ghost Whisperer, and Heroes (2006).

More recently, Sundquist was the stunt double for actor Eric Lively in Pink's music video Please Don't Leave Me (2009), performed stunts in the television science fiction film Hydra (2009, with Paul Rae) and the comedy Miss March (2009, with Geoff Meed), and served as stunt coordinator on the thriller Not Forgotten (2009, with Melinda Page Hamilton and stunts by Keith Campbell and Al Goto), the comedy Something Like a Business (2009), and the thriller Annabelle (2009).

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