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Richard "Peewee" Piemonte (born 22 February 1961; age 55) is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator, who played a Klingon marauder in the Star Trek: Enterprise second season episode "Marauders". He was listed as "Klingon #2" in the end credits of the episode and filmed his scenes in end-August 2002 on location in Ventura County, California. More recently, Piemonte performed utility stunts in J.J. Abrams' sequel Star Trek Into Darkness.
In 2011, Piemonte worked as stunt coordinator on the drama series Southland. For the episode "Graduation Day", he received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination in 2011 for Outstanding Stunt Coordination. On this episode he worked with Trek stuntmen Brian Avery, Eric Norris, and Harry Wowchuk. Between 2010 and 2011 he also worked as stunt coordinator on the television series The Defenders, The Paul Reiser Show, and Men of a Certain Age as well as on the television comedy My Freakin' Family (2011) and the drama God Bless America (2011, with Paul Eliopoulos). He worked as stunt performer and stunt choreographer on the fantasy adventure The Legends of Nethiah (2012, with Robert Picardo and Danny Downey) and as stunt double for Dallas Page on the family action film Pizza Man (2011, with Brian Avery, Craig Baxley, Jr., Doug Coleman, Alex Daniels, Hubie Kerns, Jr., Henry Kingi, Jr., and Chris Palermo).
More recently, Piemonte worked as stunt coordinator on the drama series The Newsroom (2012), the television comedy El Jefe (2012) and the thriller Complicity (2012). For his work as stunt coordinator on the Southland episode "Wednesday", Piemonte received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Stunt Coordination in 2012. On this episode he worked with Jeremy Fry, Brett A. Jones, and Gary J. Wayton.