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Kristopher Logan (born 16 July 1963; age 53) is an actor from Baltimore, Maryland who appeared as an El-Aurian survivor in the 1994 film Star Trek Generations. He was one of the SAG day players who were hired to appear in this scene but received no screen time in the final cut.
His prior film credits include Howard the Duck (1986, with Paul Comi and John Fleck), The Dead Pool (1988, with Marc Alaimo, Ronnie Claire Edwards, and Louis Giambalvo), The Rocketeer (with William O. Campbell, Max Grodénchik, Darryl Henriques, Clint Howard, Ed Lauter, Terry O'Quinn, Tiny Ron, and Paul Sorvino), Puppet Master III: Toulon's Revenge (1991, co-starring Ian Abercrombie, Aron Eisenberg, Walter Gotell, and Richard Lynch), Demolition Man (1993, with Bill Cobbs, Mark Colson, and Bob Gunton), and Pentathlon (1994, with Bobby Bass, Charles Chun, Erik Holland, Barry Lynch, Daniel Riordan, Matt Roe, and David Soul). In 1995, he co-starred in the action thriller No Way Back and, in 2001, appeared in the comedy Monkeybone, featuring his Generations co-star Whoopi Goldberg. He more recently lent his voice to 2004's The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, as did Clancy Brown and Bart McCarthy.
On television, Logan has appeared on Quantum Leap (with Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell), Dream On (with Michael McKean), NYPD Blue (with Gordon Clapp, Richard Lineback, and Sharon Lawrence), ER (with Herta Ware), Babylon 5 (with Robert Foxworth, Andreas Katsulas, Bill Mumy, and Robin Sachs), Profiler (with Clarence Williams III), Sisters (with Stephen Collins), Sliders (with John Rhys-Davies and Dan Gauthier), Six Feet Under (with David Andrews, Michael Bofshever, Graham Jarvis, Alice Krige, and Amy Wheaton), and J.J. Abrams' Alias (with Robert Joy and Terry O'Quinn). He also appeared in the TV movies National Lampoon's Favorite Deadly Sins, co-starring Christopher Carroll, Gerrit Graham, and Brian Keith and You Lucky Dog, starring John de Lancie.