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Ron McCoy is the actor who portrayed the Ilari hosting Tieran in the Star Trek: Voyager third season episode "Warlord". He received no credit for his appearance and is listed as "Tieran" on the call sheet. McCoy filmed his scenes on Friday 30 August 1996 on Paramount Stage 9. His distressed costume was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

McCoy trained acting under coaches Michael Beach and Eriq La Salle and has been represented by Los Angeles-based agent Courtney Peldon.

Following a supporting role in the 1989 horror video production Satan's Storybook, he appeared in the comedy Wag the Dog (1997, with Kirsten Dunst, Andrea Martin, Suzie Plakson, Phil Morris, J. Patrick McCormack, John Cho, Brant Cotton, Rick Scarry, Geoffrey Blake, Jack Shearer, and Anthony Holiday), the video documentary Playboy Video Centerfold: The Dahm Triplets (1998), the television thriller Powerplay (1999), the short comedy Apple Jack (2003, with Gene Dynarski), the short film Twist of Fate (2006), the drama Down the P.C.H. (2006, with Michael Cavanaugh and Richard Riehle), and the horror film Bloodlines (2007, with Douglas Tait and Dorian Kingi and co-directed and stunt coordinated by Henry Kingi, Jr.).

Further film work includes the short comedy Friendly Fire (2008), the drama My True Self (2008), the short film Scarecrow (2008), the crime drama Killer by Nature (2010, with Ron Perlman, Richard Riehle, and Clayton Landey), the thriller The Hunchback (2010, with Douglas Tait) on which he also worked as producer, the short drama Clear Blue (2010), the action film Born to Race (2011, with John Pyper-Ferguson, Matt McCoy, and Eugene Collier), the drama White Frog (2012), the mystery thriller Dose of Reality (2013, with McKenzie Westmore), the short drama The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek (2013), and the comedy There's Always Woodstock (2014, with Richard Riehle).

More recently, he appeared in the comedy Ripe (2015) and in episodes of Nashville (2014, with Charles Esten) and South of Hell (2015, with Gary Weeks).

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