(written from a Production point of view)
Following his appearances in the comedies The Pee-wee Herman Show (1981, with John Paragon) and Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985, with Diane Salinger, Mark Holton, and John Paragon), Moody had a supporting role as Len in The Golden Girls episode "Yokel Hero" in 1988. The episode also features James Lashly and Richard Mulligan.
Prior to his work on Enterprise he had a recurring role in the comedy show On the Television (1990) and featured parts in the comedy Pizza Man (1991, with Clyde Kusatsu), the comedy Twin Sitters (1994, written, directed and with John Paragon), the drama East of Hope Street (1998, written by and starring Tim Russ), and in two episodes of David E. Kelley's drama series The Practice (2000-2001, with Jerome Butler, Bruce Davison, Tim Glenn, and David Bowe).
More recent work includes the comedy Shrink Rap (2003, with Celeste Yarnall), the comedy Robbin' in da Hood (2009), and the video game Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight (2010, with Iona Morris, Tim de Zarn, Ian Fisher, Michelle Bonilla, and Carlos Ferro).