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Ricky Lomax is an actor who portrayed MACO Private W. Woods in twenty episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise and his mirror universe counterpart in the fourth season episode "In a Mirror, Darkly" . Lomax received no credit for his appearances. A costume with the name tag N. Myers was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay, indicating use by Lomax. [1] However stunt actress Dorenda Moore was identified portraying N. Myers and no on-screen reference was given confirming Lomax portrayal of Myers.

Lomax served between 1987 and 1989 as a Bradley tank operator in the US Army. Beside his acting appearances he performed in several television commercials for products such as IBM, Miller Beer, and Pepsi.

He appeared in films such as The Apostle (1997), Roads and Bridges (2001), Deliver Us From Eva (2003, with Gabrielle Union and Matt Winston), The Princess Diaries II: Royal Engagement (2004, with John Rhys-Davies), Gift for the Living (2005), and Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005, with Greg Ellis, Megan Gallagher, and Mark Newsom).

Lomax appeared in the action thriller Solar Flare (2008, with Cliff DeYoung, Paul Rae, Eric Pierpoint, Jeff Rector, and Diana R. Lupo) and in the short and independent productions The Few & the Proud (2007), Anti-Narcotics (2009), Countering Extremism (2009), Back to the Horn (2009), Let's Make a Deal (2009, with Damion Poitier), The Rebuild (2010, with Pablo Espinosa), and School's Out (2010, with Pablo Espinosa).

Lomax also appeared on television series such as NYPD Blue, Oz, Son of the Beach (starring Lisa Banes), Clueless, Without a Trace (starring Enrique Murciano), Kingpin, Sleeper Cell (2006, with Henri Lubatti and Anthony Molinari), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2008, with Conor O'Farrell, Wallace Langham, Jay Karnes, Liz Vassey, and Randy Mulkey), CSI: NY (2009, with Robert Joy), and I.C.I.R.U.S. (2011).

He worked as production assistant on the independent films Attack on Maiduguri (2012, with Andray Johnson) and Road to Marakesh (2012, with Omid Zader) and on the action film Camp Concussion (2014).

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