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Cunningham, singularity

... as Crewman Cunningham

Matthew Kaminsky (born 8 June 1971; age 46) is an American actor from New York who portrayed Crewman Cunningham in the two second season episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise "Singularity" and "The Crossing".

Although he has appeared on several other television series – including two episodes of 7th Heaven, starring Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks, and an episode of Picket Fences, starring Ray Walston – Kaminsky is primarily a voice actor. He can be heard as the voice of the title character of Max Steel (on which Keith Szarabajka also provided his voice) and as the announcer in the commercials for T-Mobile. In addition, he has lent his voice to such video games as Return to Castle Wolfenstein (with Tony Jay and Charles Napier), EverQuest II (with Larry Cedar, Alan Dale, Charles Dennis, James Horan, John Kassir, Michael Keenan, Daniel Riordan, Raphael Sbarge, Dwight Schultz, and Wil Wheaton), and Psychonauts (with Dwight Schultz and Armin Shimerman

Kaminsky also co-starred with Teri Garr and Bert Remsen in the 2000 film The Sky Is Falling; Kaminsky had previously worked with Garr in the 1990 TV movie A Quiet Little Neighborhood, a Perfect Little Murder. In addition, both Kaminsky and his Enterprise co-star Connor Trinneer appeared in the popular TV movie 61*. Fellow Star Trek actors Bruce McGill, Christopher McDonald, Bob Gunton, Seymour Cassel, and Charles Esten also had roles in this movie.

In 2006 Kaminsky made an appearance in the pilot episode for the short-lived series The Nine, starring Enterprise star John Billingsley. He then appeared in an episode of Shark, starring Star Trek: Voyager's Jeri Ryan. In 2007 Kaminsky appeared as the father of a boy who died of an allergic reaction in a third season episode of Boston Legal, a series which stars William Shatner and Rene Auberjonois. Fellow Enterprise guest actor Zach Grenier was also in the episode, entitled "Nuts".

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