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Mark Rogerson

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Mark Rogerson is an actor who was a uncredited background performer during the last three seasons of Star Trek: Voyager and the first two seasons of Star Trek: Enterprise. In addition, Rogerson worked as stand-in for Jonathan Frakes on Star Trek Nemesis.

Rogerson portrayed a doctor in the 2002 drama Laurel Canyon on which he also worked as stand-in for Christian Bale alongside fellow Trek double Julie David. Rogerson served as stand-in for Treat Williams on the action film Gale Force in 2002, which featured Cliff DeYoung, Nikita Ager, and James Cromwell, and worked as stand-in on the comedy The Shape of Things (2003) and Brian De Palma's thriller The Black Dahlia (2006, with Mike Starr, Patrick Fischler, James Otis, and Scott Barry).

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