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Wade Felker (born 5 August 1969; age 47) is a Digital Editor who worked for CBS Digital as Editor on the Film Transfer of the remastered version of Star Trek: The Next Generation between July 2011 and January 2014. He was interviewed during his work for the 2012 TNG Season 1 Blu-ray special feature Energized! Taking The Next Generation to the Next Level.
Felker worked as colorist since the 1990s with early credits being episodes of Click (1997), The Burning Zone (1997, starring Michael Harris, James Black, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan), Timecop (1997, starring Don Stark), The X-Files (1998), and Snoops (1999), the television thriller The Perfect Getaway (1998, with Alicia Coppola and visual effects supervisor Chris DeCristo), the music drama The Temptations (1998, with Tina Lifford and Gina Ravera), and the drama God's Army (2000).
Between 2002 and 2009, Felker worked as colorist on many episodes of the crime series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, co-starring Wallace Langham and Liz Vassey. Further projects include the television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2001-2005), Eleventh Hour (2008), The Forgotten (2009, starring Christian Slater), and Crash (2009, starring Linda Park and Nick E. Tarabay), the television thriller Disappearance (2002), the sport drama American Pastime (2007), the television drama The Cure (2007, starring Michael Reilly Burke), and the thriller Across the Hall (2009, with Mike Vogel and Brad Greenquist).
More recent projects are the television series Past Life (2010) and Miami Medical (2010, starring Mike Vogel), the television comedy Playing with Guns (2010, with April Marie Eden), and the short horror thriller The Last Farewell (2011).