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Phil Stirling is a boom operator and sound recordist within the sound department who worked as boom operator on the Star Trek: The Next Generation seventh season episode "Homeward" in 1993.

Stirling's other credits include the short film Squeaker's Mate (1973), the comedy Alvin Purple (1973), the comedy Fantasm (1976), the horror thriller Patrick (1978), the comedy Dimboola (1979), the television series Water Under the Bridge (1980), the short documentary The Age of Change (1983), the television series Five Mile Creek (1983-1985), the family movie Rainbow's End (1995), the television mini series Moby Dick (1998, starring Patrick Stewart), the television series The Lost World (1999-2002), The Sleepover Club (2003), and H20: Just Add Water (2007-2008), and the crime thriller Crawl (2011).

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