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Stephen Gevedon (born 30 March 1966; age 52) is the actor who made his acting debut as a Klingon patrol guard in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Crossover" in 1994.

Gevedon was born as Stephen H. Gevedon in New York City, New York. Prior to his acting career he worked as security officer on the drama Mac (1992) and as production assistant on the television drama Daybreak (1993, with Willie Garson and John Savage). Gevedon attended the Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, where he met filmmaker Brad Anderson. Several years later the two reunited and created the horror thriller Session 9 (2001), for which Gevedon wrote the story and played the role of Mike. Recently announced was the horror thriller All Lost Souls (2009) for which Gevedon served as co-producer along director Brad Anderson.

Among his acting credits are supporting roles in the drama Boys on the Side (1995, with Whoopi Goldberg, Aaron Lustig, Jude Ciccolella, Pablo Espinosa, and Mary Anne McGarry), the comedy Smoke (1995, with Ashley Judd), the comedy Blue in the Face (1995, with Debra Wilson), the drama States of Control (1997), the thriller Paranoia (1998, with Larry Drake), and the romantic comedy I'll Take You There (1999, with John Pyper-Ferguson and Ben Vereen), as well as guest roles in the television series Swift Justice (1996), Prince Street (1997, with Mark Margolis and Lawrence Monoson), Law & Order (1995 and 1998, with Carolyn McCormick in the previous episode and Robert Joy and Marilyn Rockafellow in the latter one), and a recurring role in Oz (1997).

Further credits include the television series NYPD Blue (2000, with Erich Anderson), Brad Anderson's science fiction comedy Happy Accidents (2000), the short film Eight (2001), the drama Bridget (2002, with Mark Margolis), the television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2003), the short comedy Dog Eat Dog (2005), Steven Spielberg's science fiction thriller War of the Worlds (2005), the drama The Collector (2006), and more recently the mystery thriller Devil You Know (2008) and the drama Frank the Rat (2008).

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