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Sarpeidon first fop

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Ed Bakey (13 November 19254 May 1988; age 62) was an actor who appeared once on Star Trek: The Original Series, playing the first fop in the episode "All Our Yesterdays".

One of his earliest television appearances was a guest role in a 1967 episode of The Big Valley along fellow TOS guest star Jon Lormer. Bakey would go on to appear in three more episodes of that series, including a 1968 episode with Bill Quinn. Also in 1967, Bakey appeared in episodes of the classic Western Gunsmoke along with Morgan Woodward, Jeff Corey, Robert Pine, and Richard Kiley and made two guest appearances on The Guns of Will Sonnet, starring Jason Evers.

He also co-starred with Leonard Nimoy in two episodes of Mission: Impossible (one featuring Peter Brocco, another Anthony Zerbe), with John Colicos and Perry Lopez in a 1979 episode of Charlie's Angels, and with Barbara Bosson, Megan Gallagher, James B. Sikking, Steve Vinovich in a 1986 episode of Hill Street Blues. In 1978, he was among the many Star Trek performers to appear in the epic mini-series Centennial; his co-stars on this series included Michael Ansara, Henry Darrow, Cliff DeYoung, Robert DoQui, Robert Easton, Alex Henteloff, Brian Keith, Sally Kellerman, Stephen McHattie, Nick Ramus, Clive Revill, Eric Server, James Sloyan, Morgan Woodward and Anthony Zerbe.

Bakey has also appeared in such popular films as The Other (1972, with Diana Muldaur), The Sting (1973, co-starring Ray Walston and James Sloyan), Zapped! (1982, with Merritt Butrick), and The Philadelphia Experiment (1984, with Glenn Morshower).

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