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John Alden security officer nemesis

...as a security officer

John F. Alden is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who performed stunts in Star Trek Nemesis as a Starfleet security officer.

He has doubled for stars such as Harrison Ford, William Fichtner, Burt Reynolds, Tommy Lee Jones, Scott Bakula, Dylan McDermott, Mark Harmon, and Robert Hays and has performed stunts in more than 150 films and television series. Alden was married to Christian artist Kellye Huff. The couple has two children.

Among Alden's resume are films such as Out of Bounds (1986, with Jeff Kober, Kevin McCorkle, Allan Graf, John Vickery, Dick Ziker, and stunts by Gregory J. Barnett, Janet Brady, Gary Combs, Gilbert Combs, Leslie Hoffman, Tommy J. Huff, Mic Rodgers, and Scott Wilder), Lethal Weapon (1987), Shakedown (1988, with Peter Weller, Jude Ciccolella, Anthony Crivello, Marie Marshall, and stunts by Monty Cox, Gary Epper, Noon Orsatti, Patricia Tallman, and Tom Wright), Moonwalker (1988), Another 48 Hrs. (1990), The Taking of Beverly Hills (1991, with Matt Frewer), In the Line of Fire (1993), Top Dog (1995, with Clyde Kusatsu and Herta Ware), Strange Days (1995), Norma Jean & Marilyn (1996, starring Ashley Judd), The Devil's Own (1997), Air Force One (1997), Wishmaster (1997, with Kane Hodder, Tony Todd, Betty McGuire, Cyndi Pass, and stunts by Ted Barba, Jeff Cadiente, Jennifer Caputo, Eugene Collier, Randy Hall, Dennis Madalone, Johnny Martin, and Cole McKay), City of Angels (1998), Supernova (2000), Beautiful (2000, with Michael McKean and Herta Ware), The Italian Job (2003), The Number 23 (2007, with Virginia Madsen, Ed Lauter, Rudolph Willrich, Kerry Hoyt, and stunts by Pat Romano and Charlie Brewer), and Transformers (2007).

He has also performed stunts in television series such as Misfits of Science (1986, with Kevin Peter Hall and John Schuck) and Robbery Homicide Division (2002, with Marshall Teague).

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