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Scott Marlowe (24 June 19326 January 2001; age 68) was an American actor who played Keeve Falor in the fifth season episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation entitled "Ensign Ro" in 1991. He filmed his scenes on Monday 5 August 1991 on location at Bronson Canyon.

Marlowe made guest appearances in a number of other television series, including Beauty and the Beast (with Ron Perlman), Bonanza, The F.B.I., Gunsmoke, Have Gun - Will Travel (on which Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry was a writer), Outer LImits (1963, with Michael Forest and Barbara Luna), Mission: Impossible, Matlock (with Jason Wingreen), Murder, She Wrote, The Outer Limits, The Time Tunnel (with James Darren, Whit Bissell, and Lee Meriwether), and T.J. Hooker (with William Shatner, Richard Herd, and James Darren). He also had roles in such made-for-TV movies as Night Slaves (1970, with Andrew Prine and Elisha Cook, Jr.), The Critical List (1978, with James Whitmore, Jr., Joanne Linville, and Noble Willingham), Thou Shalt Not Kill (1982, with Gary Graham), Seasons of the Heart (1992, with Malcolm McDowell), and Following Her Heart (1994, with W. Morgan Sheppard).

His film credits include The Scarlet Hour (1956, with James Gregory and Barry Atwater), Gaby (1956, with Ian Wolfe), Men in War (1957, with Nehemiah Persoff and Phillip Pine), The Restless Breed (1957, with Clegg Hoyt), Young and Wild (1958, with Ken Lynch), Riot in Juvenile Prison (1959, with John Hoyt), Circle of Power (1983, with Tony Plana), Lightning in a Bottle (1993, with Matt McCoy, William Dennis Hunt, and Don Stark), and Chasers (1994, with Dean Stockwell and Seymour Cassel). His last film was Counter Measures in 1999, co-starring veteran Trek actor James Horan.

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