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Matt E. Levin (born 12 April 1972; age 44) is an actor, voice performer, and producer who played Rafin in the Star Trek: Voyager fourth season episode "Nemesis". He filmed his scenes on Wednesday 18 June 1997, Friday 20 June 1997, Wednesday 25 June 1997, and Thursday 26 June 1997 on Paramount Stage 16. His costume was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay.  
Born in Los Angeles, California, Levin has started acting at the age of 13 when he appeared in The Twilight Zone episode "Little Boy Lost/Wish Bank/Nightcrawlers" in 1985. James Whitmore, Jr. and Bobby Bass also appeared in this episode. Further acting work in the 1980s include episodes of Family Ties (1988, with Brian Bonsall and Bibi Besch), The Wonder Years (1989, with Olivia d'Abo and Raye Birk), CBS Summer Playhouse (1989, with Tom Wright, William Frankfather, Susan Gibney, Ellen Albertini Dow, and Kimble Jemison), and Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989, with Lawrence Pressman, James B. Sikking, Thelma Lee, Conroy Gedeon, Lucy Boryer, and Conrad Hurtt).
In 1987, he also appeared as a contestant along with his sister, Carrie Levin, in the first episode of the short-lived game show I'm Telling!.
Further acting appearances include episodes of What a Dummy (1990, with David Doty, Janna Michaels, and Steven E. Daniels), She-Wolf of London (1991), Blossom (1991, with Tom Nibley and Alex Nevil), Human Target (1992, with David Clennon and Steve Rankin), Empty Nest (1992), and High Incident (1997, with Lisa Vidal, Patrick Kilpatrick, Michael Rothhaar, and Brian Hite), the action film Marked for Death (1990, with Basil Wallace, Tom Wright, Earl Boen, Kerrie Cullen, Manny Perry, and Leslie Danon), the television crime drama Aftermath: A Test of Love (1991, with Raye Birk, Scott Jaeck, John Cothran, Jr., Marjorie Monaghan, Jeanne Mori, Biff Yeager, and David B. Maccabee), and the drama Rescuing Desire (1996, with Rocco Sisto).
In 1997, Levin had a supporting role in the science fiction film Starship Troopers, which also featured Dina Meyer, Clancy Brown, Blake Lindsley, Brenda Strong, Lenore Kasdorf, Tami-Adrian George, Bruce Gray, Julianna McCarthy, Stephanie Erb, and Brian Tochi. He also appeared in the 1992 video game Girl's Club and lent his voice to the video game Goosebumps: Attack of the Mutant (1997).
Levin then lent his voice to several other projects; animated series such as The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries (1999, with Charles Napier and Frank Welker), What's New, Scooby-Doo? (2002, with Tara Strong and Frank Welker), Rugrats (2003, with Michael Bell), Teen Titans (2003, with Tara Strong), Samurai Jack (2003, with Tara Strong), All Grown Up! (2003, with Clancy Brown, Tara Strong, and Tress MacNeille), Rocket Power (2004, with John Kassir), Duck Dodgers (2005, with Richard McGonagle, Michael Dorn, and Tara Strong), Codename: Kids Next Door (2004-2006, with Dee Bradley Baker and Jennifer Hale), Ben 10: Alien Force (2008), and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (2010) and animated movies including Joseph: King of Dreams (2000, with Richard Herd, Richard McGonagle, Steven Weber, Rene Auberjonois, and Tom Virtue), Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002, with James Cromwell, Adam Paul, Richard McGonagle, and Charles Napier), The Toy Warrior (2005, with Dee Bradley Baker, Earl Boen, Tara Strong, and Keith Szarabajka), Gedo senki (2006, with Brian George, Tress MacNeille, and Kevin Michael Richardson), The Grim Adventures of the KND (2007, with Dee Bradley Baker and Jennifer Hale), and Timms Valley (2013, with Adam Scott).
Levin voiced Annakin Skywalker in the video games Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds (2002, with Tasia Valenza, James Horan, Kevin Michael Richardson, Jeff Coopwood, Scott Lawrence, Carolyn Seymour, Ethan Phillips, Harvey Jason, Guy Siner, Frank Welker, and Hamilton Camp) and Star Wars: Obi-Wan (2002, with Jeff Coopwood and Kevin Michael Richardson) and lent his voice to the video games Animorphs: Know the Secret (2000, with Matt Kaminsky), Alter Echo (2003, with Robin Atkin Downes and Michael Bell), Tony Hawk's Underground (2003, with Larry Cedar, Megan Parlen, and Larc Spies), Need for Speed: Underground 2 (2004), Ninety-Nine Nights (2006, with Cam Clarke, James Horan, Leigh Allyn Baker, Robin Atkin Downes, and Fred Tatasciore), Mass Effect (2007, with Jennifer Hale, Marina Sirtis, Raphael Sbarge, Fred Tatasciore, Leigh Allyn Baker, Cam Clarke, Charles Dennis, Robin Atkin Downes, Brian George, Dwight Schultz, Carolyn Seymour, Armin Shimerman, and Keith Szarabajka), The Hardy Boys: The Hidden Theft (2008, with Leigh Allyn Baker and Nolan North), Disney Sing It: High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2009), Watchmen: The End Is Nigh (2009, with J.D. Cullum, Tara Strong, and Fred Tatasciore), and The Last of Us (2013, with Annie Wersching, Robin Atkin Downes, Nolan North, John Eric Bentley, D.C. Douglas, Jennifer Hale, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, and Fred Tatasciore).
Beside his voice work, Levin can be seen in the comedies Zoolander (2001, with Christian Slater, Andy Dick, Autumn Leigh Brown, and Winona Ryder), Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004, with Stephen Root, William Shatner, Kevin Porter, and Brandon Molale), Blades of Glory (2007, with Tom Virtue, Bill Blair, and Arne Starr), and Tropic Thunder (2008, with Bill Hader, James Lew, and Simon Rhee), episodes of Without a Trace (2009, with Enrique Murciano), Rules of Engagement (2010, with Nazneen Contractor), and Mr. Sunshine (2011, with Christopher Shea and Dale E. Turner), and the fantasy drama The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013, with Adam Scott and Tara Strong).
In 2007, Levin worked as supervising producer on the television comedy Untitled Christine Taylor Project. He wrote the short comedy Gamechangers Ep. 3: A Legend in the Booth (2010, along with Andrew Hill Newman and featuring Lawrence Pressman), worked as associate producer on the fantasy drama The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), and as producer on the documentary series Fatherhood (2014, featuring Willie Garson).