(written from a Production point of view)
Keith Rayve is an actor who was a regular background performer in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager. He also appeared in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek Generations. Rayve was an occasionally stand-in for Brent Spiner on The Next Generation and returned into this occupation for the feature films Star Trek Generations, Star Trek: First Contact, and Star Trek: Insurrection. In addition, he served as stand-in for Robert Duncan McNeill on the last five seasons of Voyager and played a Borg in the theme park movie Borg Invasion 4D. Rayve was photographed as a Romulan for the promo photo of Star Trek: The Experience on 6 October 1995 along with fellow regular background actress Cameron.
He may once have played a Vulcan; a ring with Vulcan letters sold at It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay was listed as being worn by him.  A costume worn by him and McNeill in the episode "Drive" was also sold off on eBay for US$1,625.00.  The costume tag reads P.D. Paris, which means photo double for Paris (McNeill). In addition a red Starfleet distressed uniform from "Year of Hell" was also sold off on IAW. 
According to the call sheets, Rayve was scheduled to appear in the fourth season episode "Qpid" in corridor scenes and in the fifth season episodes "Disaster", "The Game", and "The Outcast" in scenes in Ten Forward and in the episode "The Perfect Mate" in corridor scenes but was either not filmed or cut from the final episodes.
Rayve had guest appearances in the television series NYPD Blue (1995, starring Gordon Clapp and guest starring Matthew Faison, Tim de Zarn, and Lawrence Pressman), where he played Miles Belgrade, and as a Guy in line in the Frasier episode A Passing Fancy (2001, with Kelsey Grammer). In 2000 he shot the comedy Dating Service in Los Angeles, alongside Sue Henley and Brent Spiner, and produced by Lemuel Perry. Rayve also wrote the script and directed this movie.
Rayve is married to fellow Star Trek: Voyager background actress and stand-in Susan Henley; they have one child.
Star Trek appearances Edit
Recurring appearances Edit
- TNG: as a Starfleet officer
- "Deja Q" (Season 3)
- "A Matter of Perspective"
- "Yesterday's Enterprise"
- "The Offspring"
- "Future Imperfect" (Season 4)
- "The Loss"
- "Data's Day"
- "Galaxy's Child"
- "The Nth Degree"
- "The Drumhead"
- "The Mind's Eye"
- "In Theory"
- "Redemption II" (Season 5)
- "Ensign Ro"
- "A Matter of Time"
- "New Ground"
- "Hero Worship"
- "Cost of Living"
- "Imaginary Friend"
- "I Borg"
- "Time's Arrow"
- "Time's Arrow, Part II" (Season 6)
- "Realm of Fear"
- "The Chase"
- "Frame of Mind"
- "Liaisons" (Season 7)
- "Gambit, Part I"
- "Gambit, Part II"
- "Sub Rosa"
- "Eye of the Beholder"
- "Preemptive Strike"
- VOY: as a Command division crewman
Stand-in work Edit
- "Scorpion" - stand-in for Robert Duncan McNeill
- "Extreme Risk" - stand-in for Robert Duncan McNeill
- "The Disease" - stand-in for Robert Duncan McNeill
- "Course: Oblivion" - stand-in for Robert Duncan McNeill
- "The Fight" - stand-in for Robert Duncan McNeill and Ned Romero
- "Think Tank" - stand-in for Robert Duncan McNeill and Christopher Shea
- "Juggernaut" - stand-in for Robert Duncan McNeill
- "Endgame" - stand-in for Robert Picardo and Dwight Schultz
- Star Trek films