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Michael Hungerford (10 July 1947 – 13 September 2007; age 60) was the actor who played the roughneck in the Star Trek: The Next Generation fifth season episode "Time's Arrow" in 1992. He died in 2007 in Santa Monica, California, USA.
Hungerford also appeared on such television shows as Night Court (starring John Larroquette, in an episode with Roy Brocksmith and Bruce French), Falcon Crest (with Jimmie F. Skaggs), Perfect Strangers (in a two-part episode with Scott Marlowe), ER (with Scott Jaeck), The X-Files (in an episode directed by Kim Manners and featuring Richard Cox), and Angel (with Michael Krawic). He also had roles in the NBC television movies The Revenge of Al Capone (1989, co-starring Keith Carradine and Christopher Carroll) and Father & Son: Dangerous Relations (1993, co-starring Paul Carr, Rickey D'Shon Collins, Tony Plana, and Clarence Williams III).
In addition, Hungerford had roles in several films throughout the 1980s, including Murphy's Romance (1985, with Bruce French and Ted Gehring), River's Edge (1986, co-starring Jim Metzler and Daniel Roebuck), and The Wraith (1986, with Clint Howard). In the 1987 thriller No Way Out, Hungerford, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country actor Darryl Henriques, and Star Trek: Insurrection actor John Hostetter played Criminal Investigation Division (CID) agents. Iman, Leon Russom, and Nicholas Worth also had roles in this film.
Hungerford's more recent film credits include 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up (1995, co-starring Gary Epper, Patrick Kilpatrick, Charles Napier, Nick Ramus, Vincent Schiavelli, and Don Stark) and Take Out (2005, starring Chase Masterson and Daniel Roebuck). He also appeared in short subject films such as The Goldfish, which co-starred Henry Gibson and Matt Malloy.