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Ken Lally is an actor, martial artist, and stuntman who played a security crewman in the two Star Trek: Enterprise third season episodes "Anomaly" and "Rajiin".

Lally received his BA in Theatre from St. Lawrence University and trained acting at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and the University of Westminster in London, at the National Shakespeare Conservatory and the London Classic Theatre School in New York City, and under coach Cameron Thor in Los Angeles.

Among his film work are Timecop: The Berlin Decision (2003, with John Beck, Jeff Wolfe, Todd Bryant, Marty Murray, Vince Deadrick, Mark De Alessandro, Jeff Pruitt, and Dennis Madalone), Arthur's Briefcase (2004), and Pirates of the Caribbean. Dead Man's Chest (2006, with Lee Arenberg and stunts by Tony Angelotti, Joey Anaya, Jay Caputo, Alex Chansky, Paul Eliopoulos, Theo Kypri, Christopher Leps, Derek Mears, Kurt D. Lott, Tom Morga, Denney Pierce, and Brian J. Williams). He has also guest starred in television series such as Alias (2003, with Bonita Friedericy and Terry O'Quinn, and created by J.J. Abrams) and General Hospital (2003).

As an actor, he also appeared in several video games including Joint Operations: Typhoon Rising (2004) and The Darkness (2007, with Dwight Schultz and Mike Starr). Lally worked as a boxing trainer and assistant fight coordinator for the film The Champ (2006). In the third season of the television series Heroes (2008), Lally appeared as "The German" in three episodes opposite Zachary Quinto, Cristine Rose, Malcolm McDowell, and Ronald Guttman.

More recently, Lally worked as stunt coordinator on the documentary The Three Hikers (2015), lent his voice to the video game World of Warcraft: Legion (2016), and appeared in the short projects Blessed (2016, with Time Winters) and The Hopping Dead (2016, with Peipei Yuan), the television thriller Baker & Dunn (2017), the science fiction drama I Am You Are Everyone (2016), and the horror film Happy Hunting (2016).

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