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Woody Neel Bosco is an actor who appeared as a Human civilian during the launch of Enterprise NX-01 in the Star Trek: Enterprise pilot episode "Broken Bow". He received no credit for this part and filmed his scenes on 5 June 2001 on Paramount Stage 18.
Bosco attended the University of Hartford in Manhattan and earned a BA in Fine Arts. He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, The Game Audio Network Guild, G.A.N.G., and the American Federation of Musicians Local 47 Los Angeles. Today he is living in Las Vegas and is working as a music composer and producer and writer at his own studio.
As an actor he was featured in television series such as Miami Vice, Love Boat, Crime Story, Texas, Vanished, Profiler, In the Dark, Chicago Hope, The Court, Son of the Beach, and Scrubs (2001, with Ken Jenkins and Matt Winston). Among his film work are the drama Rain Man (1988), the fantasy drama Always (1989, with James Lashly and Joseph Michael Roth), the television thriller State of Emergency (1994, with Paul Dooley, Richard Beymer, Robert Beltran, Kimble Jemison, and Steven Lambert), Martin Scorsese's crime drama Casino (1995), the drama Leavin Las Vegas (1995, with Steven Weber, Thomas Kopache, and Ed Lauter), the action thriller Counter Measures (1999, with James Horan, Scott Marlowe, and Cliff Potts), the drama Fast Sofa (2001), and the comedy Scary Movie 2 (2001, with Antony Acker).