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Marti Matulis (born 4 July 1970; age 46) is an actor from Orange, California who worked as a background actor in two Star Trek feature films and several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise. As a background performers he received no on-screen credit for his appearances.
Matulis first step into the Star Trek universe was in Star Trek: Insurrection in which he played one of the main core Ba'ku for four months and acted on the locations at Woodland Hills, Lake Mammoth, and at the Paramount Studios. Matulis served as the fit model for the Reman warrior costumes during the design phase of Star Trek Nemesis and later appeared as one of the Remans in the film. He also appeared in several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise in which he played several Xindi and wore the re-used costume from Star Trek: Nemesis which was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay.   Another costume worn by Matulis in the episode "Judgment" was also sold off. 
Matulis performed in several stage plays and provided his voice to radio commercials. He acted in the independent films The Last Moments and Arcane Bagatelle and appeared in the television series The Amanda Show, with regular guest actor Andrew Hill Newman.
More recently he portrayed a Sleestak in the science fiction film Land of the Lost (2009, with Douglas Tait, Michael Papajohn, and Leonard Nimoy) and a creature in the television fantasy film Captain Cook's Extraordinary Atlas (2009, with stunt coordinator Gregory J. Barnett). For the short film Je dis non, Ali (2008) he worked as sound designer, associate producer, visual effects artist, and actor. He also worked as visual effects consultant for the short comedy Dirty Words: The Letter C (2008) and as editor for the short comedy A Definite Maybe (2004) and for the family series Puppy Plays the Classics (2008).