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Peter H. Albiez is a special effects artist who worked on the Star Trek: Enterprise pilot episode "Broken Bow". He received no credit but is listed on the call sheets for the episode. P. Albiez, a name on the dedication plaque of Enterprise NX-01, was named after him.

In 1987 he worked as special effects supervisor on the science fiction comedy Spaceballs with Rich Ratliff. As special effects coordinator he worked on the comedy Funny Farm (1988, with Albert Delgado), the fantasy comedy Hot to Trott (1988, with Albert Delgado), the comedy Grumpy Old Men (1993), and the thriller Se7en (1995). In 1997 he was the special effects shop coordinator on the science fiction blockbuster Starship Troopers.

His credits as special effects artist include the action drama The Concorde ... Airport '79 (1979, with Gary D. Bierend), the comedy Cannery Row (1982), the television science fiction pilot V (1983), the drama St. Elmo's Fire (1985), the horror film Deadly Friend (1986), the musical comedy Bert Rigby, You're a Fool (1987), the comedy Harlem Nights (1989), the fantasy comedy The Addams Family (1991, with Gary D. Bierend, Mike Edmonson, Tom Williamson, and Kevin Hudson), the crime thriller Sneakers (1992, with Albert Delgado), the thriller Point of No Return (1993, with Albert Delgado), the drama Fearless (1993, with Albert Delgado and Douglas Calli), the thriller Color of Night (1994, with Matt Kutcher), the comedy The Brady Bunch Movie (1995), the thriller Sudden Death (1995, with Danny Cangemi, David Heron, and Richard Ratliff), the horror comedy Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995, with Danny Cangemi, Richard Ratliff, Terry Chapman, and Larry Odien), and the science fiction thriller Sphere (1998, with Danny Cangemi, Joe Colwell, Leonard MacDonald, Patrick M. Gerrety, and Paul Barnes).

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