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Joe Podnar is a make-up and special effects make-up artist who worked on three Star Trek television series and three Star Trek feature films.

During his time on Star Trek, Podnar earned five Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Makeup for a Series:

Podnar's first credited work was as animatronics assistant and location crew member for the company Mechanical and Makeup Imagieries Inc. on the science fiction comedy The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987) on which he worked with Camille Calvet and Karin Hanson. He then worked as scenic artist for the horror film Cellar Dweller (1988) and in the special effects department for the horror thriller To Die For (1988, with Wayne Toth) and the horror sequel Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988, with Karin Hanson, Richard Snell, Martin Becker, and Joe Lombardi). Beside his work as an actor on the horror film The Jitters (1989) and in the make-up department for the horror comedy The Sleeping Car (1989, along with Richard Snell and Wayne Toth) and the horror sequel Watchers II (1990, with Dean Jones), he worked in the special make-up effects department for the company Magical Media Industries, Inc. on the horror films A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988, with Martin Becker, Camille Calvet, Roger Borelli, Mark Garbarino, Leonard MacDonald, Wayne Toth, Bart Mixon, Scott Wheeler, and Brian Wade), Bride of Re-Animator (1990, with Ron Althoff, Jim Davidson, Anthony Doublin, Alan McFarland, Robert Stromberg, Wayne Toth, and Brian Wade), and Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991, with Dayne Johnson, Wayne Toth, and Marlene Stoller).

Further credits as make-up artist and special effects make-up artist include the drama Inside Out (1991), the action film F/X2 (1991, with Donna Cicatelli-Lewis), the comedy Kung Fu Rascals (1992), the drama Inside Out II (1992), the television horror film Danger Island (1992, with Earl Ellis and Bart Mixon), the science fiction film Oblivion (1994), the fantasy film Leapin' Leprechauns (1995), the science fiction thriller Screamers (1995, with Jim Bandsuh and Ken Niederbaumer), the horror film Sometimes They Come Back... Again (1996, with Earl Ellis and Bart Mixon), the science fiction sequel Oblivion 2: Backlash (1996), Ron Howard's fantasy comedy How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000, with Karen Asano-Myers, Terry Baliel, Barney Burman, Zoltan Elek, Earl Ellis, Jane Galli, Kevin Haney, Joel Harlow, Karen Iverson, Jamie Kelman, Michael Key, Heather Koontz, Toby Lamm, Mark Landon, Steve LaPorte, Margie Latinopoulos, Norma Lee, Patricia Miller, Bart Mixon, Geneva Nash Morgan, Gilbert A. Mosko, Kenny Myers, Ve Neill, Greg Nelson, Alex Proctor, Bernd Rantscheff, Craig Reardon, Jill Rockow, Sandra Rowden, Kim Santantonio, Elaina P. Schulman, Mark Shostrom, Robin Slater, Mike Smithson, Richard Snell, Justin Stafford, Rick Stratton, Thomas E. Surprenant, Brian A. Tunstall, Karen Westerfield, June Westmore, Monty Westmore, Art Anthony, and Adam Brandy), the horror film Dead Above Ground (2002, with Michael Westmore and Natalie Wood), Gore Verbinski's fantasy adventure Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), the horror thriller Venom (2005, with Ed French, Brad Look, and Bob Smithson), the fantasy comedy The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006), Steven Spielberg's action adventure Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008), and the horror thriller The Midnight Meat Train (2008, with Ed French, Ruth Haney, Margie Latinopoulos, Bart Mixon, Christopher Payne, and Clinton Wayne).

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