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Terrence Evans (21 June 19347 August 2015; age 81) was an actor who played three characters over two of the Star Trek spin-off series, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. For his first part as Baltrim he received credit as co-star in the end credits of the episode although his character did not speak a single word in the episode. For his appearance in the episode "Nemesis", Evans filmed his scenes on Tuesday 17 June 1997 on Paramount Stage 9.

Acting career Edit

Born in Sharon, Pennsylvania, Evans earned his degree in acting from Carnegie Mellon University. Between 1957 and 1965, he performed in stage plays throughout the United States and in the 1970s he also started to work for film and television. Among his first works are the television western The Young Country (1970, with Steve Sandor), the drama Cody (1977), the drama Falling in Love Again (1980, with John Miranda), and guest roles in episodes of Hart to Hart (1979, with Craig Wasson), The Incredible Hulk (1980, with Bruce Wright, Terrence Beasor, Ted Cassidy, and Charles Napier), Little House on the Prairie (1980), and Quincy M.E. (1981, with Garry Walberg, John S. Ragin, Robert Ito, Joseph Campanella, Clyde Kusatsu, and Michèle Marsh).

1980s Edit

In the 1980s, he also appeared in episodes of The Greatest American Hero (1982, with Terrence O'Hara and James Saito), Voyagers! (1982), Hardcastle and McCormick (1984, with Brian Keith, Daniel Hugh Kelly, and Gary Morgan), The Dukes of Hazzard (1984, with Stephen Lee), The A-Team (1984, with Dwight Schultz, Charles Napier, and Buddy Garion), Dream West (1986, with Alice Krige, F. Murray Abraham, Fritz Weaver, Anthony Zerbe, John Anderson, Lee Bergere, Michael Ensign, Matt McCoy, Noble Willingham, William O. Campbell, James Cromwell, Jonathan Frakes, Stefan Gierasch, Cecile Callan, William Glover, Charles Hyman, Randal Patrick, Jeff Allin, Jay Louden, Erich Anderson, Carole Davis, John H. Francis, Stephen Lee, Glenn Morshower, and Randy Mulkey), Nutcracker: Money, Madness & Murder (1987, with John Glover, Jonathan Frakes, Robert Schenkkan, Daniel Hugh Kelly, Noble Willingham, Darwyn Carson, Lilyan Chauvin, Leslie Kendall, Frank Military, and Liam Sullivan), Hill Street Blues (1987, with James B. Sikking, Megan Gallagher, James Saito, Anne Haney, Tim Russ, and David Selburg), Disneyland (1987, with Vincent Schiavelli), The Golden Girls (1988), Monsters (1988, directed by Mark Shostrom), Paradise (1989, with Julianna McCarthy), and Hard Time on Planet Earth (1989, with Robert Schenkkan, Michael G. Hagerty, James Lashly, Brian Brophy, Ann Gillespie, Stephen Lee, and Brendan McKane).

Film work includes the western Pale Rider (1985, with Charles Hallahan and Randy Oglesby), the television drama Gus Brown and Midnight Brewster (1985, with Ron Glass and Harvey Vernon), the television drama There Must Be a Pony (1986, with William Windom), the drama American Harvest (1987, with Matt McCoy, John Anderson, Randal Patrick, and John Pyper-Ferguson), the television drama LBJ: The Early Years (1987, with Robin Curtis, Jack Blessing, Anne Haney, Jerry Hardin, Ian Wolfe, Bruce Gray, and Jim Boeke), the comedy Born in East L.A. (1987, with Kamala Lopez, Tony Plana, Josh Cruze, Novle Willingham, Randal Patrick, Mark L. Taylor, Lilyan Chauvin, and David Selburg), the television movies Kenny Rogers as The Gambler, Part III: The Legend Continues (1987, with Marc Alaimo, Jeff Allin, Michael Berryman, Jeffrey Alan Chandler, Richard Chaves, Ann Gillespie, James Greene, Tony Plana, Colm Meaney, Marco Rodriguez, Jimmie F. Skaggs, Dean Stockwell, and Brenda Strong) and Perry Mason: The Case of the Lady in the Lake (1988, with John Beck, David Ogden Stiers, and Jim Beaver), the horror film Curse II: The Bite (1989), the horror film Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge (1989), the action film Trapper County War (1989), and the family movie Caddie Woodlawn (1989, with Aron Eisenberg and Dierk Torsek).

1990s Edit

In the 1990s, Evans guest-starred in Falcon Crest (1990), Quantum Leap (1990, with Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell), The New Adam-12 (1991, with Peter Parros, Colm Meaney, and Robert O'Reilly), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1995, with James Avery), Renegade (1996, with Branscombe Richmond and Marco Rodriguez), Dark Skies (1996, with Tim Kelleher and Wendy Robie), ER (1998, with Lily Mariye), and Alabama Dreams (1999, with Michael Jace, John P. Connolly, and Lenore Kasdorf).

He also worked on the romance Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael (1990, with Winona Ryder, John Short, Rhonda Aldrich, Heidi Swedberg, Angela Paton, and Carl Steven), the science fiction sequel Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991, with Earl Boen, Castulo Guerra, Jenette Goldstein, Jim Palmer, Gerard G. Williams, Nikki Cox, Abdul Salaam El Razzac, and Denney Pierce), the biopic What's Love Got to Do with It (1993, with Sherman Augustus, Penny Johnson, Rob LaBelle, and Rudolph Willrich), the television science fiction movie Alien Nation: Dark Horizon (1994, with Gary Graham, Eric Pierpoint, Michele Scarabelli, Ron Fassler, Susanna Thompson, Michael Durrell, Kevin Grevioux, and Jordan Lund), the romance The Last Embrace (1997, with Shauna O'Brien), the drama Madam Savant (1997, with Jeff Rector), the short film A Guy Walks Into a Bar (1997, with Sean Whalen, Robert Pine, and C.J. Bau), the crime thriller The Runner (1999, with Steve Schirripa), and the short comedy 24-Seven (1999).

2000s Edit

In the 2000s, Evans was remembered for his role as Old Uncle Monty in the horror film remake The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003, with Mike Vogel and John Larroquette) and its sequel The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006, with Diora Baird, Tim de Zarn, Cyia Batten, and John Larroquette).

Other projects include the television drama Another Woman's Husband (2000, with Michael Kagan and Pancho Demmings), the horror thriller Crocodile (2000), the short film The Silencing (2000), the short drama Note come due (2001), the thriller Down in the Valley (2005), the short film Blockbusters (2005), the horror film Last Rites (2006, with Cazimir Milostan), the horror film The Pumpkin Karver (2006), the comedy Mr. Fix It (2006, with Pat Healy, Paul Sorvino, and Jerry Sherman), the adventure Alexander: Hero of Heroes (2007), the short film Blind Spot (2007), the short comedy Driver's Ed (2008), the comedy Boppin' at the Glue Factory (2009), the horror thriller Chain Letter (2009, with Michael Bailey Smith and Brad Dourif), and guest roles in episodes of Cold Case (2004, with Brian Cousins) and Las Vegas (2007, with Caryn Mower and directed by Peter Weller).

2010s Edit

Among Evan's last projects are a guest role in the television series Eagleheart (2013, with Pat Healy, Leon Russom, Thomas Knickerbocker, and Rico E. Anderson), the comedy Bigfoot the Movie (2015), and the drama War Room (2015).

Evans passed away on 7 August 2015 at the age of 81. [1] [2]

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