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Christopher Shea (born 21 July 1969; age 43) is an actor who appeared in five episodes of Star Trek on three different series: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise. His largest role was as Keevan, appearing twice in DS9's sixth season.
Shea's career primarily consists of an abundant number of television appearances. His work includes The Drew Carey Show starring Diedrich Bader and John Carroll Lynch. He also appeared on The West Wing, with Bill Bolender, John de Lancie and Robert Pine. He later appeared on Charmed, with Simon Templeman and Wade Andrew Williams. Shea then joined the Trek alumni who had acted on Frasier starring TNG guest Kelsey Grammer. Shea then was seen The Shield, starring Michael Jace, Jay Karnes, and Benito Martinez. Shea was next on Cold Case, in executive produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and Voyager star Roxann Dawson. Shea turned up on the legal drama The Practice with Tony Amendola. Following The Practice, Shea again appeared in a Bruckheimer production, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, starring Wallace Langham and also guest-starring K Callan. Shea then did the short-lived Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip starring Steven Weber. Shea was surrounded by Trek alumni when he guested on Desperate Housewives starring Teri Hatcher, Neal McDonough, Mark Moses, and Brenda Strong, and guest-starring with Thomas Kopache and Kevin Rahm. Most recently, Shea reunited with K Callan on the short-lived Til Death.
In addition to his television career, Shea has worked in a handful of films, including: The Specials (2000) with Abdul Salaam El Razzac, followed by All You Need (2001) with Robert Pine, and Leaving Barstow (2008) with Steven Culp and Scott Klace.
In addition to film and television, Shea has lent his voice to the video game The Beast Within: A Gabriel Knight Mystery also voiced by Brad Greenquist, Kay E. Kuter, Andrea Martin, and Clement von Franckenstein.