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Barry Wexler worked in the camera and electrical department as Additional Grip/ Key Grip on the Star Trek: Enterprise episodes "Broken Bow" and "Fight or Flight". He is listed on the call sheets of the episodes.

Wexler started in the '60s to work in the camera and electrical department and has worked as dolly grip, key grip, grip, and dolly crane operator on television series such as F Troop (1966), Police Woman, Medical Story, Roots: The Next Generation, T.J. Hooker (1984-1986, starring William Shatner), Wizards and Warriors, Starman (1986-1987), Buck James (1987), Just the Ten of Us (1988), Growing Pains (1988-1992), Room for Two (1992-1993), The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (1993), The Trouble with Larry (1993), The Mommies (1995), Goode Behavior (1996-1997), Kelly Kelly (1998), DiResta (1998-1999), Sister, Sister (1994-1999), Hype (2000), The Trouble with Normal (2000-2001), Men, Women & Dogs (2001-2002), The Random Years (2002), Bram and Alice (2002), It's All Relative (2003-2004), Drake & Josh (2005-2006), Out of Practice (2005-2006), True Jackson, VP (2008), and The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006-2009).

His film credits in this department include the western comedy The Great Bank Robbery (1969, with Bernie Abramson), the drama They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969), the western comedy Skin Game (1971), Clint Eastwood's thriller The Gauntlet (1977, with Norman Glasser), the horror thriller Salem's Lot (1979), the comedy Chapter Two (1979), the comedy Private Benjamin (1980, with John R. Shannon and Adam Glick), the comedy Seems Like Old Times (1980, with Mel Traxel), the thriller When Time Ran Out... (1980, with Adam Glick), the comedy Only When I Laugh (1981), the drama Making Love (1982), the drama I Ought to Be in Pictures (1982), the television drama Cocaine and Blue Eyes (1983), the comedy Max Dugan Returns (1983), the crime movie More Than Murder (1984), the television drama Intimate Encounters (1986), the comedy Arthur 2: On the Rocks (1988, with Clyde Hart and Michael Laws), the science fiction comedy Space Cowboys (2000), the television comedy The Hill (2007), the television comedy My Best Friend's Girl (2008), and the television comedy The Big D (2009).

In 1984 he wrote the story for the television drama Hide and Seek after the novel The Adolescence of P-1 by Thomas J. Ryan. The film features Trek actor Alan Scarfe.

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