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Chuck Borden

Birth name: Charles Borden
Date of birth: 13 March 1962
Place of birth: Hacienda Heights, California, USA
Roles: Stunt Performer
Character(s): Stunt double

Chuck Borden (born 13 March 1962; age 52) is a stuntman, stunt coordinator and second unit director who worked as stuntman on several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager. He was one of the core stunt group with Tom Morga, Christopher Doyle, and stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone.

Personal

Born as Charles Borden in 1962 in Hacienda Heights, California, USA, he attended the Glen A. Wilson High School until 1980. Four years later he started to work as stuntman in television and film productions. Borden is married to webdesigner Karin Derks [1] and the couple has two children.

In April 2007 Borden opened the "Stuntworld Action Camp" in Las Vegas, Nevada where people could try being a stuntman for one day. [X]wbm He closed the camp in 2009 when he and his family moved to Raalte, a city in the Dutch province Overijssel, Netherlands. In 2010 Borden founded the film production company FacePlantFilms. [2]

Star Trek

Chuck Borden, TNG Firstborn

Borden as a Klingon in "Firstborn"

Borden's first stunt part in Star Trek was in 1991 when he worked on the Star Trek: The Next Generation fourth season episode "The Mind's Eye" as a Klingon guard alongside fellow stuntman B.J. Davis. He filmed his scenes on Tuesday 26 March 1991 and Wednesday 27 March 1991 on Paramount Stage 9. His second appearance as a Klingon in the fifth season episode "Redemption II" was filmed on Wednesday 17 July 1991 on Paramount Stage 9 along with stuntmen Rex Pierson and Rusty McClennon and stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone. For "Unification II" he worked with Nick Dimitri on Tuesday 10 September 1991 on Paramount Stage 8 and Paramount Stage 9.

Star Trek appearances

Stunt double appearances

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