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| Birth name = Niel R. Wray
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| Gender = Male
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| Date of birth = {{d|13|October|1963}}
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| Place of birth = Arcadia, California
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| Roles = [[:Category:Special and Visual effects staff|Visual Effects Supervisor]], [[:Category:Performers|TOS and TNG performer]]
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'''Niel R. Wray''' {{born|13|October|1963}} is the visual effects supervisor in the employ of [[CBS Digital]] for the remastered ''[[Star Trek: The Original Series|Original Series]]'' effort begun in 2006. In the remastered version of the episode {{e|The Menagerie, Part I}}, he appeared as a [[Starbase 11 personnel#Various personnel|Starfleet science division extra]] in the newly integrated digital matte painting as well as a mine workman in the newly scenes from {{e|The Devil in the Dark}}. Wray is the creator of the [[Gorn starship]], seen briefly in the episode {{e|Arena}}. In 2012 he started working in the same capacity for the [[Star_Trek:_The_Next_Generation#Remastering|remastered ''The Next Generation'' series]], and was among others responsible for the recreation of the [[CGI model]] of the [[Crystalline Entity]], as the original computer files were lost. [http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/observations/datalore.htm]
 
'''Niel R. Wray''' {{born|13|October|1963}} is the visual effects supervisor in the employ of [[CBS Digital]] for the remastered ''[[Star Trek: The Original Series|Original Series]]'' effort begun in 2006. In the remastered version of the episode {{e|The Menagerie, Part I}}, he appeared as a [[Starbase 11 personnel#Various personnel|Starfleet science division extra]] in the newly integrated digital matte painting as well as a mine workman in the newly scenes from {{e|The Devil in the Dark}}. Wray is the creator of the [[Gorn starship]], seen briefly in the episode {{e|Arena}}. In 2012 he started working in the same capacity for the [[Star_Trek:_The_Next_Generation#Remastering|remastered ''The Next Generation'' series]], and was among others responsible for the recreation of the [[CGI model]] of the [[Crystalline Entity]], as the original computer files were lost. [http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/observations/datalore.htm]
   
Wray was [[Star Trek birthdays|born]] in Arcadia, California and was nominated for two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, movie or special for his work on the television film ''The Winning Season'' (2004) and the miniseries ''Into the West'' (2005).
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Wray was [[Star Trek birthdays|born]] in Arcadia, California and was nominated for two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, movie or special for his work on the television film ''The Winning Season'' (2004) and the miniseries ''Into the West'' (2005, sharing it with among others [[Tim McHugh]]). He also earned a Visual Effects Society Awards nomination in the category Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program for his work on ''Kings'' (2009), which he shared with among others [[Ronald B. Moore]].
   
 
Wray also worked as a digital and visual effects artist on the television series ''{{w|The X-Files}}'', ''Touched by an Angel'', ''Oliver Beene'' (2003-2004), ''Skin'' (2003), and ''{{w|24}}'' (2004), as well as on the television films ''Invasion'' (1997, starring [[Kim Cattrall]], [[Neal McDonough]], and [[Rosana DeSoto]]), ''Fatal Error'' (1999), ''Jesus'' (1999), and ''Riding the Bullet'' (2004, which featured [[Matt Frewer]] and visual effects coordinator [[Wendy Ruiz]]).
 
Wray also worked as a digital and visual effects artist on the television series ''{{w|The X-Files}}'', ''Touched by an Angel'', ''Oliver Beene'' (2003-2004), ''Skin'' (2003), and ''{{w|24}}'' (2004), as well as on the television films ''Invasion'' (1997, starring [[Kim Cattrall]], [[Neal McDonough]], and [[Rosana DeSoto]]), ''Fatal Error'' (1999), ''Jesus'' (1999), and ''Riding the Bullet'' (2004, which featured [[Matt Frewer]] and visual effects coordinator [[Wendy Ruiz]]).

Revision as of 11:40, December 21, 2012

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Niel Wray
Niel Wray
Birth name: Niel R. Wray
Gender: Male
Date of birth: 13 October 1963
Place of birth: Arcadia, California
Roles: Visual Effects Supervisor, TOS and TNG performer

Niel R. Wray (born 13 October 1963; age 50) is the visual effects supervisor in the employ of CBS Digital for the remastered Original Series effort begun in 2006. In the remastered version of the episode "The Menagerie, Part I", he appeared as a Starfleet science division extra in the newly integrated digital matte painting as well as a mine workman in the newly scenes from "The Devil in the Dark". Wray is the creator of the Gorn starship, seen briefly in the episode "Arena". In 2012 he started working in the same capacity for the remastered The Next Generation series, and was among others responsible for the recreation of the CGI model of the Crystalline Entity, as the original computer files were lost. [1]

Wray was born in Arcadia, California and was nominated for two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Miniseries, movie or special for his work on the television film The Winning Season (2004) and the miniseries Into the West (2005, sharing it with among others Tim McHugh). He also earned a Visual Effects Society Awards nomination in the category Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program for his work on Kings (2009), which he shared with among others Ronald B. Moore.

Wray also worked as a digital and visual effects artist on the television series The X-Files, Touched by an Angel, Oliver Beene (2003-2004), Skin (2003), and 24 (2004), as well as on the television films Invasion (1997, starring Kim Cattrall, Neal McDonough, and Rosana DeSoto), Fatal Error (1999), Jesus (1999), and Riding the Bullet (2004, which featured Matt Frewer and visual effects coordinator Wendy Ruiz).

His credits as CG Supervisor includes the science fiction film Astronauts (2002), the thriller Locusts (2005, with Natalija Nogulich), and the catastrophe thrillers Category 6: Day of Destruction (2004) and Category 7: The End of the World (2005). In the previous one he also appeared as an extra, a gateway arch tourist.

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