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Wilbur Finks worked in the swing gang of the art department on the Star Trek: The Next Generation. He received no credit but is listed on the call sheets. Finks also worked under set decorator Laura Richarz in the art department on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Lieutenant Wilbur Finks, a name listed on an okudagram in the episodes "Suddenly Human" and "Legacy", was named after him.

Finks also worked as art department lead man on the music drama The Jazz Singer (1980, with Alan Sims), as property person on the music drama Staying Alive (1983), and as swing gang member on the crime comedy Clue (1985, with Les Gobruegge, Tom Purser, and Donald B. Woodruff).

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