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:''You may also be looking for comic book artist [[Tom Morgan]].''
 
 
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[[Image:Tom Morga and Frakes.jpg|thumb|Tom Morga and Jonathan Frakes]]
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'''Thomas "Tom" A. Morga''' is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who holds the record for being the most seen stuntman in ''[[Star Trek]]''. Between {{y|1979}} and {{y|2005}} he appeared in six [[Star Trek films|feature films]] and all four spin-off television series, doubled main actors and guest actors, and played almost every major [[race]].
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|Birth name = Thomas Alvin Morga
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|Date of birth = {{d|27|November|1941}}
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|Place of birth = Mission Hills, Burbank, California, USA
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|Roles = [[:Category:Stunt performers|Stunt double]], [[:Category:Performers|Stunt Actor]]
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|Characters = [[Tom Morga#Star Trek appearances|Too many to list]]
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:''You may also be looking for comic book artist [[Tom Morgan]].''
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'''Thomas "Tom" Alvin Morga''' {{born|27|November|1941}} is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who holds the record for being the most seen stuntman in ''[[Star Trek]]''. Between {{y|1979}} and {{y|2005}} he appeared in six [[Star Trek films|feature films]] and all four spin-off television series, doubled main actors and guest actors, and played almost every major [[species]].
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Morga also served as assistant stunt coordinator to [[Dennis Madalone]] on ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'', ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]'', and ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]'' for fourteen years. This position included fight choreography for episodes such as {{e|Blood Oath}} and the creating of props such as the blade weapons in {{e|Battle Lines}}. For the majority of his appearances he received no on-screen credits.
   
Morga also served as assistant stunt coordinator to [[Dennis Madalone]] on ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'', ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]'', and ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]'' for fourteen years. This position included fight choreographies for episodes such as {{e|Blood Oath}} and the creating of props such as the blade weapons in {{e|Battle Lines}}. For the majority of his appearances he received no on-screen credits.
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Several costumes worn by Morga were sold off on the [[It's A Wrap! sale and auction]] on eBay, including his costumes from the episodes {{e|The Abandoned}}, {{stala|9330}} {{e|Body and Soul}}, {{stala|9324}} {{e|Descent}}, {{stala|9334}} {{e|First Flight}}, {{stala|6260}} which was also worn by background actor [[Michael McAdam]], and {{e|Darkling}} {{stala|9409}} and costume parts from his appearance in {{e|Violations}}. {{stala|2824}} The description for the latter costume features the sentence: ''A sewn in ''Voyager'' tag denotes wear by veteran stunt man Tom Morga, a name more known than the one he is doubling for.''
   
 
== Early life and career ==
 
== Early life and career ==
Morga was born in Burbank, California. While in college, he worked as a smokejumper, stationed in Missoula, Montana, between 1969 and 1974. Morga's work as a smokejumper landed him his first television appearance when he was featured in an episode of the animal documentary television series ''Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom''. In the episode in which he appeared, his team saved a wild buffalo herd from a forest fire. This experience inspired him to take up a stunt career.
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[[File:Spock double Tom Morga.jpg|thumb|left|Morga doubling "Spock" in 1979]]
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Morga was born in Mission Hills, Burbank, California. While in college, he worked as a smokejumper, stationed in Missoula, Montana, between 1969 and 1974. Morga's work as a smokejumper landed him his first television appearance when he was featured in an episode of the animal documentary television series ''Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom''. In the episode in which he appeared, his team saved a wild buffalo herd from a forest fire. This experience inspired him to take up a stunt career.
   
 
He began his career in the stunt industry in the '70s and performed in several live stunt shows, including one for the Universal Studios Tour. He moved on to work as stunt double for {{w|Patrick Duffy}} in the television series ''The Man from Atlantis'' (1977-1978), where he performed alongside [[Gene LeBell]] and [[Hubie Kerns]] under the coordination of the late [[Paul Stader]]. His work included doubling for Duffy in scenes outside the water and on the surface. This was also the first time he worked as stunt coordinator for an episode.
 
He began his career in the stunt industry in the '70s and performed in several live stunt shows, including one for the Universal Studios Tour. He moved on to work as stunt double for {{w|Patrick Duffy}} in the television series ''The Man from Atlantis'' (1977-1978), where he performed alongside [[Gene LeBell]] and [[Hubie Kerns]] under the coordination of the late [[Paul Stader]]. His work included doubling for Duffy in scenes outside the water and on the surface. This was also the first time he worked as stunt coordinator for an episode.
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In 1982 Morga became a member of the "Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures". He received screen-time on series such as ''Dynasty'' (starring [[Joan Collins]]), ''Hart to Hart'', ''MacGyver'', ''The Six-Million-Dollar Man'', ''Matlock'', ''Fantasy Island'' (starring [[Ricardo Montalban]]), ''Spenser: For Hire'' (starring [[Avery Brooks]]), and the first spin-off ''Star Trek'' series ''Star Trek: The Next Generation''. Other actors he doubled for film and television projects include {{w|James Keach}}, {{w|James Coburn}}, {{w|David Hasselhoff}}, {{w|John Travolta}}, the late {{w|Walter Matthau}}, and {{w|Steve Railsback}}.
 
In 1982 Morga became a member of the "Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures". He received screen-time on series such as ''Dynasty'' (starring [[Joan Collins]]), ''Hart to Hart'', ''MacGyver'', ''The Six-Million-Dollar Man'', ''Matlock'', ''Fantasy Island'' (starring [[Ricardo Montalban]]), ''Spenser: For Hire'' (starring [[Avery Brooks]]), and the first spin-off ''Star Trek'' series ''Star Trek: The Next Generation''. Other actors he doubled for film and television projects include {{w|James Keach}}, {{w|James Coburn}}, {{w|David Hasselhoff}}, {{w|John Travolta}}, the late {{w|Walter Matthau}}, and {{w|Steve Railsback}}.
   
Besides his television work he was busy on the big screen, as well. He doubled {{w|Harold Ramis}} in ''Ghost Busters'' (1984) and performed in ''Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment'' (1985, with the late [[David Graf]]), ''Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins'' (1985, alongside [[Kate Mulgrew]], [[Joel Grey]], [[George Coe]], [[Patrick Kilpatrick]], and [[Michael Pataki]]), the sequel ''Jaws: The Revenge'' (1987), the science fiction film ''Alien Nation'' (1988, with [[Earl Boen]], [[Roger Aaron Brown]], [[Frank Collison], [[Jeff Kober]], [[Brian Thompson]], and [[Keone Young]]), and three more ''Star Trek'' feature films.
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Besides his television work he was busy on the big screen, as well. He doubled {{w|Harold Ramis}} in ''Ghost Busters'' (1984) and performed in ''Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment'' (1985, with the late [[David Graf]]), ''Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins'' (1985, alongside [[Kate Mulgrew]], [[Joel Grey]], [[George Coe]], [[Patrick Kilpatrick]], and [[Michael Pataki]]), the sequel ''Jaws: The Revenge'' (1987), the science fiction film ''Alien Nation'' (1988, with [[Earl Boen]], [[Roger Aaron Brown]], [[Frank Collison]], [[Jeff Kober]], [[Brian Thompson]], and [[Keone Young]]), and three more ''Star Trek'' feature films.
   
During this period he stepped into another genre he became famous for: the horror film. Morga played the lead villain, Michael Myers, in the first scenes of ''Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers'' (1988). He also appeared in the genre films ''Friday the 13th: A New Beginning'' (1985) and ''The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2'' (1986).
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During this period he stepped into another genre he became famous for: the horror film. Morga played the lead villain, Michael Myers, in the first scenes of ''Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers'' (1988). He also played another iconic villain, Jason Voorhees in ''Friday the 13th: A New Beginning'' (1985) and also appeared in ''The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2'' (1986).
   
 
== 1990s and beyond ==
 
== 1990s and beyond ==
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[[File:Tom Morga, Reman.jpg|thumb|Morga as a Reman in ''Nemesis'']]
 
In the 1990s he continued his work in feature films, appearing in ''Hudson Hawk'' (1991), ''Child's Play 3'' (1991, starring [[Brad Dourif]]), {{w|Sam Raimi}}'s ''Army of Darkness'' (1992, again with Dennis Madalone, and with [[Christopher Doyle]] and [[Patricia Tallman]]), the seven-time Academy Award-nominated ''The Shawshank Redemption'' (1994, with [[Bill Bolender]], [[Brian Brophy]], [[Clancy Brown]], [[Jude Ciccolella]], [[Bob Gunton]], [[Don McManus]], [[Mark Rolston]], [[William Sadler]]), ''Batman Forever'' (1995, with [[Rene Auberjonois]] and [[Ed Begley, Jr.]]), ''Independence Day'' (1996, with [[Brent Spiner]]), ''Deep Impact'' (1998, with [[James Cromwell]] and [[Denise Crosby]]), and ''The Mask of Zorro'' (1998). He again doubled Jeff Goldblum in the sequel ''The Lost World: Jurassic Park'' (1997) and performed in the sixth ''Star Trek'' feature, {{film|6}}.
 
In the 1990s he continued his work in feature films, appearing in ''Hudson Hawk'' (1991), ''Child's Play 3'' (1991, starring [[Brad Dourif]]), {{w|Sam Raimi}}'s ''Army of Darkness'' (1992, again with Dennis Madalone, and with [[Christopher Doyle]] and [[Patricia Tallman]]), the seven-time Academy Award-nominated ''The Shawshank Redemption'' (1994, with [[Bill Bolender]], [[Brian Brophy]], [[Clancy Brown]], [[Jude Ciccolella]], [[Bob Gunton]], [[Don McManus]], [[Mark Rolston]], [[William Sadler]]), ''Batman Forever'' (1995, with [[Rene Auberjonois]] and [[Ed Begley, Jr.]]), ''Independence Day'' (1996, with [[Brent Spiner]]), ''Deep Impact'' (1998, with [[James Cromwell]] and [[Denise Crosby]]), and ''The Mask of Zorro'' (1998). He again doubled Jeff Goldblum in the sequel ''The Lost World: Jurassic Park'' (1997) and performed in the sixth ''Star Trek'' feature, {{film|6}}.
   
He also continued appearing on television shows, including ''NYPD Blue'' (starring [[Gordon Clapp]] and [[Sharon Lawrence]]), ''Babylon 5'' (starring [[Andreas Katsulas]], [[Bill Mumy]], and ''Star Trek'' stunt partner Patricia Tallman), ''Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman'', ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'', ''She Spies'', ''Dragnet'', and as stunt double for {{w|Michael Richards}} on ''Seinfeld'' (co-starring [[Jason Alexander]]).
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He also continued appearing on television shows, including ''NYPD Blue'' (starring [[Gordon Clapp]] and [[Sharon Lawrence]]), ''[[Babylon 5]]'' (starring [[Andreas Katsulas]], [[Bill Mumy]], and ''Star Trek'' stunt partner Patricia Tallman), ''Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman'', ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'', ''She Spies'', ''Dragnet'', and as stunt double for {{w|Michael Richards}} on ''Seinfeld'' (co-starring [[Jason Alexander]]).
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[[File:Tom Morga, TNG Firstborn.jpg|thumb|left|Morga on a continuity polaroid from the episode "Firstborn" in 1994.]]
 
In 2001 he doubled [[Keith Carradine]] in the film ''Cahoots'' and appeared in ''Dr. Dolittle 2''. He acted in Dennis Madalone's music video "America We Stand as One" (2002), on which he was also assistant director.
 
In 2001 he doubled [[Keith Carradine]] in the film ''Cahoots'' and appeared in ''Dr. Dolittle 2''. He acted in Dennis Madalone's music video "America We Stand as One" (2002), on which he was also assistant director.
   
His additional credits include: the comic adaptation ''Spider-Man'' (2002) alongside [[Spice Williams-Crosby]] and starring [[Kirsten Dunst]]; the short film ''Jennifer is Dead'' (2002), with Pat Tallman, Dennis Madalone, and [[Lynn Salvatori]]; {{w|Steven Spielberg}}'s ''Catch Me If You Can'' (2002); ''Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World'' (2003),; ''National Treasure'' (2004, starring [[Christopher Plummer]]); ''Star Trek Nemesis'', the tenth ''Star Trek'' film; and all three ''Pirates of the Caribbean'' films (2003, 2006, and 2007), with [[Lee Arenberg]] and fellow stunt performers [[Brian J. Williams]], [[Theo Kypri]], [[Christopher Leps]], [[Dana Dru Evenson]], [[Alex Chansky]], and [[Jay Caputo]].
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His additional credits include: the comic adaptation ''Spider-Man'' (2002) alongside [[Spice Williams-Crosby]] and starring [[Kirsten Dunst]]; the short film ''Jennifer is Dead'' (2002), with Pat Tallman, Dennis Madalone, and [[Lynn Salvatori]]; {{w|Steven Spielberg}}'s ''Catch Me If You Can'' (2002); ''Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World'' (2003, with stunts by [[Craig Jensen]]), ''National Treasure'' (2004, starring [[Christopher Plummer]]); ''Star Trek Nemesis'', the tenth ''Star Trek'' film; and all three ''Pirates of the Caribbean'' films (2003, 2006, and 2007), with [[Lee Arenberg]] and fellow stunt performers [[Brian J. Williams]], [[Theo Kypri]], [[Christopher Leps]], [[Dana Dru Evenson]], [[Alex Chansky]], and [[Jay Caputo]].
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In 2006, Morga served as co-producer for the television documentary ''UFO: The Greatest Story Ever Denied'' and was interviewed for the television special ''Halloween: 25 Years of Terror'', which also featured interviews with [[J.C. Brandy]], [[Kim Darby]], [[Chris Durand]], and [[George P. Wilbur]].
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In 2007 he was part of the stunt team that was awarded with a [[Taurus World Stunt Award]] for best fight sequence in ''Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest''. He shared this award with Mark Aaron Wagner, [[Thomas DuPont]], [[Lisa Hoyle]], [[Tony Angelotti]], [[Jeff Wolfe]], [[Phil Culotta]], [[Kofi Yiadom]], and [[Jeremy Fry]].
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Morga served as stunt coordinator for [[Corbin Bernsen]]'s horror film ''Dead Air'' (2009), which features Bernsen, Patricia Tallman, [[Justin Rodgers Hall]], and [[Randy Mulkey]] and for the short comedy ''The Van Pelt Family'' (2008), and completed interviews for the television special ''His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th'' (2009), alongside [[Derek Mears]], [[Kane Hodder]], [[Lawrence Monoson]], [[Peter Mark Richman]], [[Erich Anderson]], and [[David Kagen]]. He also performed stunts on the comedy ''Bald'' (2008, with [[Michael Durrell]]) and on the drama series ''Castle'' (2010). On the latter one he worked together with ''Star Trek'' alumni Dennis Madalone, Christopher Doyle, [[Robert Picardo]], and executive producers [[Rob Bowman]] and [[Rene Echevarria]].
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Also in 2010 Morga worked as stunt coordinator on the episode "Big Time Live" of the musical series ''Big Time Rush''. This episode features [[Ed Begley, Jr.]]. Another project as stunt coordinator was the short film ''Penny'' (2010, with [[Don Stark]]). In 2011 he worked as stunt rigger on the ''Castle'' episode "Pretty Dead". This episode featured [[Michael McKean]] and fellow stunt rigger [[Chris Doyle]] and Dennis Madalone was again the stunt coordinator.
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More recently, Morga worked as sword fight choreographer for a sword fight scene in the [[Academy Award]] nominated drama ''The Artist'' (2011) on which fellow ''Trek'' stunt performers [[Laura Albert]], [[J. Mark Donaldson]] and [[Tanner Gill]] also performed stunts. Also in 2012, Morga received a Lifetime Membership Award from the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures. [http://profileengine.com/groups/profile/433278559/stuntmens-association-of-motion-pictures]
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Morga was interviewed for the 2013 documentary ''Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th'', again along with Kane Hodder, Derek Mears, Peter Mark Richman, [[Michael Buchman Silver]], Lawrence Monoson, [[Douglas Tait]], [[Brannon Braga]], [[Erich Anderson]], and [[Whitney Rydbeck]]. In 2014 he completed filming on the Wayne Bauer action film ''Dogmike'' (2014) where he played Morgan Blackstone and worked opposite [[Lynn Salvatori]]. [http://dogmike.com]
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== Tom Morga: Alien Stuntman ==
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[[File:Tom Morga, Descent continuity polaroid.jpg|thumb|left|Morga on a continuity polaroid for "Descent"]]
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[[File:Tom Morga Alien Stuntman.jpg|thumb|The title card for the special feature in 2009]]
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In {{y|2009}} Morga made an interview for the newly digital remastered and with new special features endowed [[DVD]] box ''[[Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection (DVD)|Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection]]''. In this about four minutes long interview he told that he is probably the person who holds the record for playing the most different aliens on ''Star Trek'', including Klingons, Romulans, Vulcans, Borg, Nausicaans, Cardassians, and Jem'Hadar. He also told that the beauty being on ''Star Trek'' is that your face is never used up so he was able to have fights in one episode and probably die but also to appear on the next episode.
   
In 2007 he was part of the stunt team that was awarded with a Taurus World Stunt Award for best fight sequence in ''Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest''. He shared this award with Mark Aaron Wagner, [[Thomas DuPont]], [[Lisa Hoyle]], [[Tony Angelotti]], [[Jeff Wolfe]], [[Phil Culotta]], and [[Jeremy Fry]].
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Morga told that the Klingons were a challenge to play because of the big heavy jackets and the fights he had to do in these jackets. The special feature also showed up with several images of Morga in his roles and costumes during the {{Star Trek films}}, including doubling Leonard Nimoy and playing one of the first new Klingons in ''Star Trek: The Motion Picture'' for which he was the first person to be measured up for the new uniform, portraying the workman in space in ''Star Trek II'', as Starfleet officer and Klingon in ''Star Trek III'', the ultimately-deleted "Rock Man" from ''Star Trek V'', his makeup sessions and on location shoot on a glacier in Alaska as the Brute in ''Star Trek VI'', and as a Reman in ''Star Trek: Nemesis''.
   
Currently he has been serving as stunt coordinator for [[Corbin Bernsen]]'s ''Dead Air'' (set for 2008), also with Patricia Tallman. The film was completed in April 2008.
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The production of ''Nemesis'' needed thin people to portray the Remans. The costumes were later slightly modified and used for the Xindi in ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'' and Morga got a call to portray such a Xindi because of his name tag in the costume. He joked that you should always make sure that your name stays in the costume if you want to be hired.
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== ''Star Trek'' notes ==
 
== ''Star Trek'' notes ==
*Morga played a rock monster in {{film|5}}, in a climactic sequence that was ultimately scrapped.
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*Morga played a [[Rock Man|rock monster]] in {{film|5}}, in a climactic sequence that was ultimately scrapped.
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* Morga and fellow stuntman [[John Nowak]] worked as stunt supervisors on the [[TNG Season 4|fourth season]] episode {{e|Qpid}} in {{y|1991}}. They've trained all seven main cast members during the stunt and fencing rehearsal on Wednesday {{d|13|February|1991}} on [[Paramount Stage 9]].
 
*While filming a stunt for the episode {{e|The Way of the Warrior}}, Dennis Madalone took a hit in his eye and Morga replaced him to fulfill the stunt sequence. In the final aired version both stuntmen played the holographic Skull warrior in the fight sequence with Michael Dorn.
 
*While filming a stunt for the episode {{e|The Way of the Warrior}}, Dennis Madalone took a hit in his eye and Morga replaced him to fulfill the stunt sequence. In the final aired version both stuntmen played the holographic Skull warrior in the fight sequence with Michael Dorn.
 
*Morga filmed scenes as a Starfleet crewman for the episode {{e|The Visitor}}, in which he performed stunts followed by an explosion. These scenes however were removed from the aired version, and Morga [[Performers whose scenes were cut#Tom Morga|did not appear]] on-screen.
 
*Morga filmed scenes as a Starfleet crewman for the episode {{e|The Visitor}}, in which he performed stunts followed by an explosion. These scenes however were removed from the aired version, and Morga [[Performers whose scenes were cut#Tom Morga|did not appear]] on-screen.
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*In 2007, Morga served as fencing coach for [[George Takei]] on the [[fan film|fan-made internet series]] ''[[w:c:stexpanded:Star Trek: New Voyages|Star Trek: New Voyages]]'' episode "World Enough and Time", an episode on which fellow ''Trek'' alumni George Takei, [[Grace Lee Whitney]], [[Majel Barrett Roddenberry]], writer and director [[Marc Scott Zicree]], writer [[Michael Reaves]], [[Doug Drexler]], [[Iain McCaig]], [[James Van Over]], [[Dan Curry]], [[Daren Dochterman]], [[Pierre Drolet]], [[Sam Mendoza]], [[Ronald B. Moore]], [[Lee Stringer]], [[Gregory Jein]], [[Philip Kim]], [[Leslie Hoffman]], and [[Michael Okuda]] worked.
   
==''Star Trek'' appearances==
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== ''Star Trek'' appearances ==
 
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Image:Amar first officer.jpg|[[IKS Amar personnel#First Officer|Klingon first officer]]<br>{{film|1}}
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File:Amar first officer.jpg|[[IKS Amar personnel#First Officer|Klingon first officer]]<br />{{film|1}}
Image:Tom Morga human Star Trek III.jpg|[[Unnamed Starfleet personnel (23rd century)#Officer in bar|Starfleet officer]]<br>{{film|3}}
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File:Workman in space, Tom Morga.jpg|[[Unnamed Starfleet personnel (23rd century)#Workman in space|Workman in space]]<br />{{film|1}}, {{film|2}} (stock footage)
Image:Brute tom morga STVI.jpg|[[Rura Penthe personnel#The Brute|The Brute]]<br>{{film|6}}
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File:Tom Morga, Star Trek 2.jpg|[[Unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701) personnel#Trainee crewmembers|''Enterprise'' trainee crewman]]<br />{{film|2}}
Image:Romulan Guard 2368.jpg|[[Unnamed Romulans (24th century)#Romulan guard (2368)|Romulan guard]]<br>{{TNG|Redemption II}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga human Star Trek III.jpg|[[San Francisco bar visitors#Starfleet officers|Starfleet officer]]<br />{{film|3}}
Image:Nausicaan_3,_Tapestry.jpg|[[Unnamed Nausicaans#Nausicaan Dom-jot Players|Nausicaan dom-jot player]]<br>{{TNG|Tapestry}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Boarding Klingon 1 2285.jpg|[[HMS Bounty personnel#Crewmembers|Klingon officer]]<br />{{film|3}}
Image:Tom Morga, Descent.jpg|[[Unnamed Borg#Killed Borg drone|Borg drone]]<br>{{TNG|Descent}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Rock Man 4.jpg|[[Rock Man]]<br />{{film|5}}<br />([[deleted scene]])
Image:Prytt trooper.jpg|[[Unnamed Kesprytt#Male Prytt Guard|Prytt trooper]]<br>{{TNG|Attached}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Romulan Guard 2368.jpg|[[Sela's Warbird personnel#Guard on Qo'noS|Romulan guard]]<br>{{TNG|Redemption II}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga Cardassian, Journey's End.jpg|[[Vetar personnel#Male Officer|Cardassian soldier]]<br>{{TNG|Journey's End}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Brute tom morga STVI.jpg|[[Rura Penthe inhabitants#The Brute|The Brute]]<br />{{film|6}}
Image:Tom Morga Klingon, Firstborn.jpg|[[Unnamed Klingon military personnel (24th century)#Klingon Assassin 1 (2370)|Klingon assassin]]<br>{{TNG|Firstborn}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Bajoran man, Tom Morga, A man alone.jpg|[[Unnamed Bajorans#Bajoran 3|Bajoran man]]<br />{{DS9|A Man Alone}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga Cardassian, Preemptive Strike.jpg|[[Unnamed Cardassians#Cardassian soldiers (2370)|Cardassian soldier]]<br>{{TNG|Preemptive Strike}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Cardassian on Celtris III 3.jpg|[[Unnamed Cardassians#Soldiers on Celtris III|Cardassian soldier]]<br>{{TNG|Chain of Command, Part I}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Bajoran man, Tom Morga, A man alone.jpg|[[Unnamed Bajorans#Bajoran 3|Bajoran man]]<br>{{DS9|A Man Alone}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Nausicaan 3, 2327.jpg|[[Unnamed Nausicaans#Dom-jot players|Nausicaan dom-jot player]]<br>{{TNG|Tapestry}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Klaestron kidnapper (male).jpg|[[Unnamed Klaestrons#Klaestron Kidnapper (male)|Klaestron kidnapper]]<br>{{DS9|Dax}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Klaestron kidnapper (male).jpg|[[Unnamed Klaestrons#Klaestron kidnapper (male)|Klaestron kidnapper]]<br />{{DS9|Dax}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Nol-Ennis warrior.jpg|[[Unnamed Nol-Ennis#Nol-Ennis warrior 1|Nol-Ennis warrior]]<br>{{DS9|Battle Lines}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Nol-Ennis warrior 1.jpg|[[Unnamed Nol-Ennis#Nol-Ennis warrior 1|Nol-Ennis warrior]]<br />{{DS9|Battle Lines}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Bajoran security guard, Progress.jpg|[[Unnamed Bajoran Militia personnel#Bajoran Deputy #13|Bajoran security deputy]]<br>{{DS9|Progress}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Bajoran deputy on Jerrado 2.jpg|[[Unnamed Bajoran Militia personnel#Bajoran deputy 13|Bajoran security deputy]]<br />{{DS9|Progress}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga Kellerun.jpg|[[Unnamed Kellerun#Unnamed Kellerun Soldier 2|Kellerun soldier]]<br>{{DS9|Armageddon Game}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Killed Borg on Ohniaka III.jpg|[[Unnamed Borg#Killed Borg drone|Borg drone]]<br>{{TNG|Descent}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Maquis guard, Tom Morga.jpg|[[Unnamed Humans (24th century)#Maquis guards (2370)|Maquis guard]]<br>{{DS9|The Maquis, Part II}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Holographic Ohniaka III Borg.jpg|[[Unnamed holodeck characters#Ohniaka III Borg|Holographic Borg]]<br>{{TNG|Descent}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:JemHadar soldier, The search II.jpg|[[Unnamed Jem'Hadar#Jem'Hadar Soldier 2|Jem'Hadar soldier]]<br>{{DS9|The Search, Part II}}
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File:Prytt guard 2.jpg|[[Unnamed Kesprytt#Prytt guards|Prytt guard]]<br>{{TNG|Attached}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Romulan guard, Visionary.jpg|[[Unnamed Romulans (24th century)#Romulan guards (2371)|Romulan guard]]<br>{{DS9|Visionary}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga Kellerun.jpg|[[Unnamed Kellerun#Soldier 2|Kellerun soldier]]<br />{{DS9|Armageddon Game}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Klingon monster DS9.jpg|[[Klingon calisthenics program holograms#Skull Faced Alien|Holographic skull fighter]]<br>{{DS9|The Way of the Warrior}})<br>(uncredited)
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File:Cardassian on Dorvan V 1.jpg|[[Vetar personnel#Dorvan V officers|Cardassian soldier]]<br>{{TNG|Journey's End}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Klingon warrior 7 a.jpg|[[Unnamed Klingon military personnel (24th century)#Klingon Warrior 7|Klingon warrior]]<br>{{DS9|The Way of the Warrior}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Klingon assassin at Maranga IV 1.jpg|[[Maranga IV inhabitants#Assassins|Klingon assassin]]<br>{{TNG|Firstborn}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Janklow.jpg|[[Janklow|Crewman Janklow]]<br>{{DS9|Starship Down}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Maquis guard, Tom Morga.jpg|[[Unnamed Humans (24th century)#Maquis guards (2370)|Maquis guard]]<br />{{DS9|The Maquis, Part II}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:MP Guard 3.jpg|[[United States armed forces personnel#MP #2|MP guard]]<br>{{DS9|Little Green Men}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Cardassian spy 1, 2370.jpg|[[Unnamed Cardassians#Undercover soldiers|Cardassian soldier]]<br>{{TNG|Preemptive Strike}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Soto.jpg|[[Soto]]<br>{{DS9|The Sword of Kahless}}
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File:JemHadar soldier, The search II.jpg|[[Unnamed illusory people#Jem'Hadar Soldier 2|Jem'Hadar soldier]]<br />{{DS9|The Search, Part II}}
Image:Argrathi guard 1.jpg|[[Unnamed Argrathi#Guard #2|Argrathi guard]]<br>{{DS9|Hard Time}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tygarian hologram.jpg|[[Unnamed holodeck characters#Tygarian fighter|Holographic Tygarian]]<br />{{DS9|The Abandoned}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Minnis.jpg|[[Minnis]]<br>{{VOY|Alliances}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Past Tense Part I.jpg|[[Unnamed Humans (21st century)#Ghosts|"Ghost"]]<br />{{DS9|Past Tense, Part I|Past Tense, Part II}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Ajilon Prime Klingons.jpg|[[Unnamed Klingon military personnel (24th century)#Klingon Soldiers|Klingon soldier]] (left)<br>{{DS9|Nor the Battle to the Strong}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Romulan guard, Visionary.jpg|[[Unnamed Romulans (24th century)#Romulan guards (2371)|Romulan guard]]<br />{{DS9|Visionary}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Cardassian Soldier 1.jpg|[[Empok Nor personnel#Third Battalion Soldiers|Cardassian soldier]]<br>{{DS9|Empok Nor}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Klingon alliance officer 3 2371.jpg|[[Unnamed Klingon military personnel (24th century)#Alliance officers (2371)|Klingon Alliance officer]]<br />{{DS9|Through the Looking Glass}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Cardassian guard 2 2346.jpg|[[Unnamed Cardassians#Terok Nor guards (2346)|Terok Nor guard]]<br>{{DS9|Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, The Die is Cast.jpg|[[Lovok's Warbird personnel#Bridge crew|Romulan officer]]<br />{{DS9|The Die is Cast}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Madrat.jpg|[[Madrat]]<br>{{DS9|Time's Orphan}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Warrior with torch.jpg|[[Beowulf_characters#Male Vikings|Holographic Viking]]<br />{{VOY|Heroes and Demons}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Asylum orderly, Shadows and symbols.jpg|[[Unnamed Humans (20th century)#Asylum orderly|Asylum orderly]]<br>{{DS9|Shadows and Symbols}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Security Officer Non Sequitur.jpg|[[Unnamed Starfleet personnel (24th century)#Alternate timeline security officers|Starfleet security officer]]<br />{{VOY|Non Sequitur}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga, Covenant.jpg|[[Unnamed Bajorans#Bajoran Pah-wraith follower|Bajoran Pah-wraith follower]]<br>{{DS9|Covenant}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Klingon monster DS9.jpg|[[Klingon calisthenics program holograms#Skull monster|Holographic skull fighter]]<br />{{DS9|The Way of the Warrior}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Warrior with torch.jpg|[[Beowulf_characters#Male Vikings|Holographic Viking]]<br>{{VOY|Heroes and Demons}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Klingon warrior 7 a.jpg|[[Unnamed Klingon military personnel (24th century)#Klingon Warrior 7|Klingon warrior]]<br />{{DS9|The Way of the Warrior}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga, Security Officer Non Sequitur.jpg|[[Unnamed Starfleet personnel (24th century)#Alternate timeline security officers|Starfleet security officer]]<br>{{VOY|Non Sequitur}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Janklow.jpg|[[Janklow|Crewman Janklow]]<br />{{DS9|Starship Down}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga, Investigations.jpg|[[Unnamed Kazon#Kazon-Nistrim guards (2372)|Kazon-Nistrim guard]]<br>{{VOY|Investigations}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:MP Guard 3.jpg|[[United States armed forces personnel#MP #2|MP guard]]<br />{{DS9|Little Green Men}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Akritirian Tom Morga.jpg|[[Unnamed Akritirians#Akritirian prisoner|Akritirian prisoner]]<br>{{VOY|The Chute}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Soto.jpg|[[Soto]]<br />{{DS9|The Sword of Kahless}}
Image:Carlson.jpg|[[Carlson|Crewman Carlson]]<br>{{VOY|Worst Case Scenario}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Minnis.jpg|[[Minnis]]<br />{{VOY|Alliances}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga Borg Unimatrix Zero I.jpg|[[Unnamed Borg#Assimilating Drone|Borg drone]]<br>{{VOY|Unimatrix Zero}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Argrathi guard, Tom Morga.jpg|[[Unnamed Argrathi#Guard #2|Argrathi guard]]<br />{{DS9|Hard Time}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Osaarian marauder.jpg|[[Unnamed Osaarians#Osaarian marauder 1|Osaarian marauder]]<br>{{ENT|Anomaly}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Investigations.jpg|[[Unnamed Kazon#Kazon-Nistrim guards (2372)|Kazon-Nistrim guard]]<br />{{VOY|Investigations}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Vulcan zombie, Impulse.jpg|[[Seleya personnel#Crewmember 1|''Seleya'' crewmember]]<br>{{ENT|Impulse}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Clown guard 2.jpg|[[Unnamed illusory people#Clown guards|Clown guard]]<br />{{VOY|The Thaw}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Xindi reptilian tom morga.jpg|[[Unnamed Xindi#Xindi-Reptilian Guard|Xindi-Reptilian]]<br>{{ENT|Carpenter Street}}
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File:Akritirian Tom Morga.jpg|[[Unnamed Akritirians#Akritirian prisoner|Akritirian prisoner]]<br />{{VOY|The Chute}}<br />(uncredited)
Image:Unnamed Klingon Soldier -4 ENT.jpg|[[Unnamed Klingon military personnel (22nd century)#Klingon Soldier 2|Klingon soldier]]<br>{{ENT|Borderland}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Ajilon Prime Klingon 1.jpg|[[Unnamed Klingon military personnel (24th century)#Klingon soldiers|Klingon soldier]]<br />{{DS9|Nor the Battle to the Strong}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Carlson.jpg|[[Carlson|Crewman Carlson]]<br />{{VOY|Worst Case Scenario}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Attacked Borg 2 2373.jpg|[[Unnamed Borg#Attacked drones (2373)|Borg drone]]<br />{{VOY|Scorpion}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Cardassian Soldier 1.jpg|[[Empok Nor personnel#Third Battalion Soldiers|Cardassian soldier]]<br />{{DS9|Empok Nor}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Day of Honor.jpg|[[Klingon holograms#Klingon warrior|Klingon warrior]]<br />{{VOY|Day of Honor}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Nemesis.jpg|[[Unnamed Kradin#Kradin soldier 3|Kradin soldier]]<br />{{VOY|Nemesis}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, The Killing Game.jpg|[[Klingon holograms#Klingons|Klingon hologram]]<br />{{VOY|The Killing Game|The Killing Game, Part II}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Warrior Borg drone 1.jpg|[[The Voyager Encounter holograms#Warrior Borg drones|Warrior Borg drone]]<br />{{VOY|Living Witness}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Cardassian guard 2 2346.jpg|[[Unnamed Cardassians#Terok Nor guards (2346)|Terok Nor guard]]<br />{{DS9|Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Madrat.jpg|[[Madrat]]<br />{{DS9|Time's Orphan}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Asylum orderly.jpg|[[Unnamed Humans (20th century)#Asylum orderly|Asylum orderly]]<br />{{DS9|Shadows and Symbols}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:No image yet.jpg|[[Unnamed Jem'Hadar#Soldiers on AR-558|Jem'Hadar soldier]]<br />{{DS9|The Siege of AR-558}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Bajoran follower 9.jpg|[[Unnamed Bajorans#Bajoran Pah-wraith followers|Bajoran Pah-wraith follower]]<br />{{DS9|Covenant}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Drone attacking One 1.jpg|[[Unnamed Borg#Drones aboard Borg sphere (2375)|Borg drone]]<br />{{VOY|Drone}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Yosts species marauder 1.jpg|[[List of Yost's species#Marauders|Alien marauder]]<br />{{VOY|Gravity}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Borg hologram 1 2375.jpg|[[Unnamed holodeck characters#Borg drones holograms|Holographic Borg drone]]<br />{{VOY|Dark Frontier}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Fort Knox Borg drone 2.jpg|[[Unnamed Borg#Operation Fort Knox drones|Borg drone]]<br />{{VOY|Dark Frontier}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Klingon Alliance officer 1 2375.jpg|[[Regent's flagship personnel#Klingon Alliance bridge officers (2375)|Klingon Alliance officer]]<br />{{DS9|The Emperor's New Cloak}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Breen guard 1 2375.jpg|[[Unnamed Breen#Guards on Breen ship|Breen guard]]<br />{{DS9|'Til Death Do Us Part}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Barge of the dead warrior 2.jpg|[[Unnamed illusory people#Barge of the dead Klingon warriors|Klingon warrior]]<br />{{VOY|Barge of the Dead}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Male Nakan colonist 3.jpg|[[Unnamed Nakan#Colonists|Nakan colonist]]<br />{{VOY|Memorial}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Borg drone 1, tactical cube 138.jpg|[[Unnamed Borg#Drones aboard tactical cube 138|Borg drone]]<br />{{VOY|Unimatrix Zero}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Borg invading Unimatrix Zero 1.jpg|[[Unnamed Borg#Invading drones|Borg drone]]<br />{{VOY|Unimatrix Zero|Unimatrix Zero, Part II}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Nygean security officer 1.jpg|[[Unnamed Nygeans#Security officers|Nygean security officer]]<br />{{VOY|Repentance}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Shadows of PJem.jpg|[[Unnamed Coridanites#Coridanite rebels|Coridanite rebel]]<br />{{ENT|Shadows of P'Jem}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Reman in corridor.jpg|[[Unnamed Remans#Reman in corridor|Reman officer]]<br />{{film|10}}
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File:Reman officer, Tom Morga.jpg|[[Unnamed Remans#Enterprise-E boarding party|Boarding Reman]]<br />{{film|10}}
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File:Osaarian marauder.jpg|[[Unnamed Osaarians#Osaarian marauder 1|Osaarian marauder]]<br />{{ENT|Anomaly}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Vulcan zombie, Impulse.jpg|[[Seleya personnel#Infected crewmembers|''Seleya'' crewmember]]<br />{{ENT|Impulse}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Xindi reptilian tom morga.jpg|[[Unnamed Xindi#Xindi-Reptilian Guard|Xindi-Reptilian]]<br />{{ENT|Carpenter Street}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Unnamed Klingon Soldier -4 ENT.jpg|[[Unnamed Klingon military personnel (22nd century)#Soldier 2|Klingon soldier]]<br />{{ENT|Borderland}}<br />(uncredited)
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
===Stunt Double appearances===
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=== Stunt double appearances ===
<gallery perrow=4>
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<gallery>
Image:Stuntdoubles2-conspiracy.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Jonathan Frakes]]<br>{{TNG|Conspiracy}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, The Motion Picture.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Leonard Nimoy]]<br>{{film|1}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Stunt double Brian Cousins.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Brian Cousins]]<br>{{TNG|The Next Phase}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Star Trek III.jpg|Stunt double for<br>Leonard Nimoy<br>{{film|3}}
Image:Stunt double James Horan.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[James Horan]]<br>{{TNG|Suspicions}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, The Last Outpost.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Michael Dorn]]<br>{{TNG|The Last Outpost}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga, Timescape.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Michael Bofshever]]<br>{{TNG|Timescape}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Skin of Evil.jpg|Stunt double for<br>Jonathan Frakes<br>{{TNG|Skin of Evil|Shades of Gray}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga, stunt double Descent.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Brian J. Cousins]]<br>{{TNG|Descent}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Conspiracy.jpg|Stunt double for<br>Jonathan Frakes<br>{{TNG|Conspiracy|Shades of Gray}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Stunt double Fallit Kot.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Peter Crombie]]<br>{{DS9|Melora}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Hollow Pursuits.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Dwight Schultz]]<br>{{TNG|Hollow Pursuits}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Tom Morga double Heroes and Demons.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Christopher Neame]]<br>{{VOY|Heroes and Demons}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Violations.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Ben Lemon]]<br>{{TNG|Violations}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Stunt double John Durbin DS9.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[John Durbin]]<br>{{DS9|A Simple Investigation}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Power Play.jpg|Stunt double for<br>Jonathan Frakes<br>{{TNG|Power Play}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Zahir stunt double.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[David Lee Smith]]<br>{{VOY|Darkling}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, The Next Phase.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Brian Cousins]]<br>{{TNG|The Next Phase}}<br>(uncredited)
Image:Morga and Deadrick.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Keith Carradine]] (left)<br>{{ENT|First Flight}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Past Prologue.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Jeffrey Nordling]]<br />{{DS9|Past Prologue}}<br />(uncredited)
  +
File:Tom Morga, Captive Pursuit.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Scott MacDonald]]<br />{{DS9|Captive Pursuit}}<br />(uncredited)
  +
File:Stunt double Odo, Vortex.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Rene Auberjonois]]<br />{{DS9|Vortex}}<br />(uncredited)
  +
File:Tom Morga, Schisms.jpg|Stunt double for<br>Jonathan Frakes<br>{{TNG|Schisms}}<br>(uncredited)
  +
File:Tom Morga, Suspicions.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[James Horan]]<br>{{TNG|Suspicions}}<br>(uncredited)
  +
File:Tom Morga, Second Chances.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Jonathan Frakes]]<br>{{TNG|Second Chances}}<br>(uncredited)
  +
File:Tom Morga, Timescape.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Michael Bofshever]]<br>{{TNG|Timescape}}<br>(uncredited)
  +
File:Tom Morga, Descent.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[Brian J. Cousins]]<br>{{TNG|Descent}}<br>(uncredited)
  +
File:Tom Morga, The Siege.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Richard Beymer]]<br />{{DS9|The Siege}}<br />(uncredited)
  +
File:Stunt double Fallit Kot.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Peter Crombie]]<br />{{DS9|Melora}}<br />(uncredited)
  +
File:Tom Morga, Blood Oath.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[William Campbell]]<br />{{DS9|Blood Oath}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Firstborn.jpg|Stunt double for<br>[[John Kenton Shull]]<br>{{TNG|Firstborn}}<br>(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga double Heroes and Demons.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Christopher Neame]]<br />{{VOY|Heroes and Demons}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Initiations.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Patrick Kilpatrick]]<br />{{VOY|Initiations}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, The Adversary.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Jeff Austin]]<br />{{DS9|The Adversary}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Zahir stunt double.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[David Lee Smith]]<br />{{VOY|Darkling}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Stunt double John Durbin DS9.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[John Durbin]]<br />{{DS9|A Simple Investigation}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Image in the Sand.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[J.G. Hertzler]]<br />{{DS9|Image in the Sand}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Stunt doubles, Field of Fire.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Leigh J. McCloskey]]<br />{{DS9|Field of Fire}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Tom Morga, Body and Soul.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Fritz Sperberg]]<br />{{VOY|Body and Soul}}<br />(uncredited)
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File:Morga and Deadrick.jpg|Stunt double for<br />[[Keith Carradine]] (left)<br />{{ENT|First Flight}}<br />(uncredited)
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
===Other appearances===
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=== Other appearances ===
 
<div class="appear">
 
<div class="appear">
* [[Star Trek films|''Star Trek'' films]]:
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* {{Star Trek films}}
** {{film|1}} as stunt double for [[Leonard Nimoy]] (uncredited)
 
** {{film|2}}
 
** {{film|3}} as stunt double for Leonard Nimoy
 
 
** {{film|5}} as a Starfleet Field security crewman
 
** {{film|5}} as a Starfleet Field security crewman
** {{film|10}} as a Reman warrior
 
* {{TNG}}
 
** {{e|Skin of Evil}} as stunt double for Jonathan Frakes (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Icarus Factor}} as stunt double for Jonathan Frakes (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Shades of Gray}} as stunt double for Jonathan Frakes (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Hollow Pursuits}} as stunt double for Jonathan Frakes (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Violations}} as stunt double for [[Ben Lemon]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Power Play}} as stunt double for Jonathan Frakes (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Time's Arrow, Part II}} as stunt double for Jonathan Frakes (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Schisms}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Second Chances}} as stunt double for Jonathan Frakes (as Lieutenant Riker) (uncredited)
 
 
* {{DS9}}
 
* {{DS9}}
** {{e|Past Prologue}} as a stunt double for [[Jeffrey Nordling]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Captive Pursuit}} as a stunt double for [[Scott MacDonald]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Move Along Home}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Vortex}} as a stunt double for [[Rene Auberjonois]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Siege}} as a stunt double for [[Richard Beymer]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Invasive Procedures}} as a stunt double for [[Tim Russ]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Blood Oath}} as a stunt double for [[William Campbell]] (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|The Jem'Hadar}} as a Jem'Hadar Guard #1 (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Jem'Hadar}} as a Jem'Hadar Guard #1 (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Search, Part I}} as Jem'Hadar soldier (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Search, Part I}} as Jem'Hadar soldier (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Second Skin}} as a stunt double for [[Billy Burke]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Second Skin}} as a stunt double for [[Billy Burke]] (uncredited)
** {{e|The Abandoned}} as the Tygarian holographic fighter (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Past Tense, Part I}} as a Gangmember (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Past Tense, Part II}} as a Gangmember (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|Distant Voices}} as a stunt double for [[Victor Rivers]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Distant Voices}} as a stunt double for [[Victor Rivers]] (uncredited)
** {{e|Through the Looking Glass}} as a Klingon guard (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Die is Cast}} (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|Shakaar}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Shakaar}} (uncredited)
** {{e|The Adversary}} as a stunt double for [[Jeff Austin]] (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|Hippocratic Oath}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Hippocratic Oath}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Return to Grace}} as a Klingon crewman (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Return to Grace}} as a Klingon crewman (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Rules of Engagement}} as a stunt double for [[Ron Canada]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Rules of Engagement}} as a stunt double for [[Ron Canada]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Shattered Mirror}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Shattered Mirror}} (uncredited)
** {{e|For the Cause}} as a Springball player (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|To the Death}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|To the Death}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Apocalypse Rising}} as a stunt double for [[J.G. Hertzler]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Apocalypse Rising}} as a stunt double for [[J.G. Hertzler]] (uncredited)
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** {{e|Profit and Lace}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Profit and Lace}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Tears of the Prophets}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Tears of the Prophets}} (uncredited)
** {{e|Image in the Sand}} as stunt double for J.G. Hertzler (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Siege of AR-558}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Emperor's New Cloak}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Field of Fire}} (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|Penumbra}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Penumbra}} (uncredited)
** {{e|'Til Death Do Us Part}} (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|Tacking Into the Wind}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Tacking Into the Wind}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Dogs of War}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Dogs of War}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|What You Leave Behind}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|What You Leave Behind}} (uncredited)
 
*{{VOY}}
 
*{{VOY}}
** {{e|Initiations}} as stunt double for [[Patrick Kilpatrick]] (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|Maneuvers}} as a Kazon intruder (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Maneuvers}} as a Kazon intruder (uncredited)
** {{e|The Thaw}} as a Clown guard (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|Basics, Part I}} as a Kazon-Nistrim (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Basics, Part I}} as a Kazon-Nistrim (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Basics, Part II}} as a Kazon-Nistrim (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Basics, Part II}} as a Kazon-Nistrim (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Flashback}} as stunt double for [[Jeremy Roberts]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Flashback}} as stunt double for [[Jeremy Roberts]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Swarm}} as a Swarm alien (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Swarm}} as a Swarm alien (uncredited)
** {{e|Future's End, Part II}} as stunt double for [[Clayton Murray]] (uncredited)
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** {{e|Rise}} (uncredited)
** {{e|Rise}} as stunt double for [[Kelly Connell]] (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Scorpion}} as a Borg drone (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|Scorpion, Part II}} as a Borg drone (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Scorpion, Part II}} as a Borg drone (uncredited)
** {{e|Day of Honor}} as a Klingon (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Nemesis}} (uncredited)
 
 
** {{e|Hunters}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Hunters}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Prey}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Prey}} (uncredited)
** {{e|The Killing Game}} as a Klingon (uncredited)
 
** {{e|The Killing Game, Part II}} as a Klingon (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Living Witness}} as a Borg drone (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Drone}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Gravity}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Dark Frontier}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Barge of the Dead}} (uncredited)
 
** {{e|Memorial}} (uncredited)
 
 
</div>
 
</div>
   
==External links==
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== External links ==
*[http://www.tommorga.com TomMorga.com] - official site
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* [http://www.tommorga.com TomMorga.com] - official site
*{{IMDb-link|page=nm0604426}}
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* {{Wikipedia}}
*[http://www.bauerfilms.com/terror/morga.htm Tom Morga] at [http://www.bauerfilms.com BauerFilms.com]
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* {{IMDb-link|page=nm0604426}}
*[http://www.fridaythe13thfilms.com/saga/part5/tommorga.html Tom Morga] at [http://www.fridaythe13thfilms.com FridayThe13thFilms.com]
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* [http://www.bauerfilms.com/terror/morga.htm Tom Morga] at [http://www.bauerfilms.com BauerFilms.com]
*{{stuntmen|id=3372}}
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* [http://www.fridaythe13thfilms.com/saga/part5/tommorga.html Tom Morga] at [http://www.fridaythe13thfilms.com FridayThe13thFilms.com]
*[http://web.archive.org/web/20030406143847/http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Set/4692 Tom Morga] - former official site
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* {{stuntmen|75}}
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* {{brokenlink|url=http://www.geocities.com/TelevisionCity/Set/4692|text=Tom Morga}} - former official site
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[[Category:Performers|Morga, Tom]]
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Latest revision as of 16:58, September 8, 2014

Real World article
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Tom Morga
Tom Morga 2009.jpg

Tom Morga in 2009

Birth name: Thomas Alvin Morga
Date of birth: 27 November 1941
Place of birth: Mission Hills, Burbank, California, USA
Roles: Stunt double, Stunt Actor
Character(s): Too many to list
Tom Morga and Frakes.jpg

Tom Morga and Jonathan Frakes

Tom Morga and Jonathan Frakes
You may also be looking for comic book artist Tom Morgan.

Thomas "Tom" Alvin Morga (born 27 November 1941; age 73) is a stuntman, stunt actor, and stunt coordinator who holds the record for being the most seen stuntman in Star Trek. Between 1979 and 2005 he appeared in six feature films and all four spin-off television series, doubled main actors and guest actors, and played almost every major species.

Morga also served as assistant stunt coordinator to Dennis Madalone on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager for fourteen years. This position included fight choreography for episodes such as "Blood Oath" and the creating of props such as the blade weapons in "Battle Lines". For the majority of his appearances he received no on-screen credits.

Several costumes worn by Morga were sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay, including his costumes from the episodes "The Abandoned", [1] "Body and Soul", [2] "Descent", [3] "First Flight", [4] which was also worn by background actor Michael McAdam, and "Darkling" [5] and costume parts from his appearance in "Violations". [6] The description for the latter costume features the sentence: A sewn in Voyager tag denotes wear by veteran stunt man Tom Morga, a name more known than the one he is doubling for.

Early life and career Edit

Spock double Tom Morga

Morga doubling "Spock" in 1979

Morga was born in Mission Hills, Burbank, California. While in college, he worked as a smokejumper, stationed in Missoula, Montana, between 1969 and 1974. Morga's work as a smokejumper landed him his first television appearance when he was featured in an episode of the animal documentary television series Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom. In the episode in which he appeared, his team saved a wild buffalo herd from a forest fire. This experience inspired him to take up a stunt career.

He began his career in the stunt industry in the '70s and performed in several live stunt shows, including one for the Universal Studios Tour. He moved on to work as stunt double for Patrick Duffy in the television series The Man from Atlantis (1977-1978), where he performed alongside Gene LeBell and Hubie Kerns under the coordination of the late Paul Stader. His work included doubling for Duffy in scenes outside the water and on the surface. This was also the first time he worked as stunt coordinator for an episode.

He also doubled Duffy in a few episodes of the long-running soap Dallas and landed parts in films such as the three-time Golden Globe-nominated Movie Movie (1978) and the first Star Trek feature film, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, in which he doubled Spock actor Leonard Nimoy.

1980s Edit

In the 1980s, Morga doubled actor Jeff Goldblum on the television series Tenspeed and Brown Shoe (1980), which starred Ben Vereen and was coordinated by Dennis Madalone. He then doubled Bruce Boxleitner on Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983-1987), after which he was Star Trek Nemesis actor Ron Perlman's double in the fantasy series The Beauty and the Beast (1987-1990). This latter series also featured Armin Shimerman and Tony Jay.

In 1982 Morga became a member of the "Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures". He received screen-time on series such as Dynasty (starring Joan Collins), Hart to Hart, MacGyver, The Six-Million-Dollar Man, Matlock, Fantasy Island (starring Ricardo Montalban), Spenser: For Hire (starring Avery Brooks), and the first spin-off Star Trek series Star Trek: The Next Generation. Other actors he doubled for film and television projects include James Keach, James Coburn, David Hasselhoff, John Travolta, the late Walter Matthau, and Steve Railsback.

Besides his television work he was busy on the big screen, as well. He doubled Harold Ramis in Ghost Busters (1984) and performed in Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985, with the late David Graf), Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins (1985, alongside Kate Mulgrew, Joel Grey, George Coe, Patrick Kilpatrick, and Michael Pataki), the sequel Jaws: The Revenge (1987), the science fiction film Alien Nation (1988, with Earl Boen, Roger Aaron Brown, Frank Collison, Jeff Kober, Brian Thompson, and Keone Young), and three more Star Trek feature films.

During this period he stepped into another genre he became famous for: the horror film. Morga played the lead villain, Michael Myers, in the first scenes of Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988). He also played another iconic villain, Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) and also appeared in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986).

1990s and beyond Edit

Tom Morga, Reman

Morga as a Reman in Nemesis

In the 1990s he continued his work in feature films, appearing in Hudson Hawk (1991), Child's Play 3 (1991, starring Brad Dourif), Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness (1992, again with Dennis Madalone, and with Christopher Doyle and Patricia Tallman), the seven-time Academy Award-nominated The Shawshank Redemption (1994, with Bill Bolender, Brian Brophy, Clancy Brown, Jude Ciccolella, Bob Gunton, Don McManus, Mark Rolston, William Sadler), Batman Forever (1995, with Rene Auberjonois and Ed Begley, Jr.), Independence Day (1996, with Brent Spiner), Deep Impact (1998, with James Cromwell and Denise Crosby), and The Mask of Zorro (1998). He again doubled Jeff Goldblum in the sequel The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) and performed in the sixth Star Trek feature, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

He also continued appearing on television shows, including NYPD Blue (starring Gordon Clapp and Sharon Lawrence), Babylon 5 (starring Andreas Katsulas, Bill Mumy, and Star Trek stunt partner Patricia Tallman), Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, She Spies, Dragnet, and as stunt double for Michael Richards on Seinfeld (co-starring Jason Alexander).

Tom Morga, TNG Firstborn

Morga on a continuity polaroid from the episode "Firstborn" in 1994.

In 2001 he doubled Keith Carradine in the film Cahoots and appeared in Dr. Dolittle 2. He acted in Dennis Madalone's music video "America We Stand as One" (2002), on which he was also assistant director.

His additional credits include: the comic adaptation Spider-Man (2002) alongside Spice Williams-Crosby and starring Kirsten Dunst; the short film Jennifer is Dead (2002), with Pat Tallman, Dennis Madalone, and Lynn Salvatori; Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can (2002); Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003, with stunts by Craig Jensen), National Treasure (2004, starring Christopher Plummer); Star Trek Nemesis, the tenth Star Trek film; and all three Pirates of the Caribbean films (2003, 2006, and 2007), with Lee Arenberg and fellow stunt performers Brian J. Williams, Theo Kypri, Christopher Leps, Dana Dru Evenson, Alex Chansky, and Jay Caputo.

In 2006, Morga served as co-producer for the television documentary UFO: The Greatest Story Ever Denied and was interviewed for the television special Halloween: 25 Years of Terror, which also featured interviews with J.C. Brandy, Kim Darby, Chris Durand, and George P. Wilbur.

In 2007 he was part of the stunt team that was awarded with a Taurus World Stunt Award for best fight sequence in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. He shared this award with Mark Aaron Wagner, Thomas DuPont, Lisa Hoyle, Tony Angelotti, Jeff Wolfe, Phil Culotta, Kofi Yiadom, and Jeremy Fry.

Morga served as stunt coordinator for Corbin Bernsen's horror film Dead Air (2009), which features Bernsen, Patricia Tallman, Justin Rodgers Hall, and Randy Mulkey and for the short comedy The Van Pelt Family (2008), and completed interviews for the television special His Name Was Jason: 30 Years of Friday the 13th (2009), alongside Derek Mears, Kane Hodder, Lawrence Monoson, Peter Mark Richman, Erich Anderson, and David Kagen. He also performed stunts on the comedy Bald (2008, with Michael Durrell) and on the drama series Castle (2010). On the latter one he worked together with Star Trek alumni Dennis Madalone, Christopher Doyle, Robert Picardo, and executive producers Rob Bowman and Rene Echevarria.

Also in 2010 Morga worked as stunt coordinator on the episode "Big Time Live" of the musical series Big Time Rush. This episode features Ed Begley, Jr.. Another project as stunt coordinator was the short film Penny (2010, with Don Stark). In 2011 he worked as stunt rigger on the Castle episode "Pretty Dead". This episode featured Michael McKean and fellow stunt rigger Chris Doyle and Dennis Madalone was again the stunt coordinator.

More recently, Morga worked as sword fight choreographer for a sword fight scene in the Academy Award nominated drama The Artist (2011) on which fellow Trek stunt performers Laura Albert, J. Mark Donaldson and Tanner Gill also performed stunts. Also in 2012, Morga received a Lifetime Membership Award from the Stuntmen's Association of Motion Pictures. [7]

Morga was interviewed for the 2013 documentary Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th, again along with Kane Hodder, Derek Mears, Peter Mark Richman, Michael Buchman Silver, Lawrence Monoson, Douglas Tait, Brannon Braga, Erich Anderson, and Whitney Rydbeck. In 2014 he completed filming on the Wayne Bauer action film Dogmike (2014) where he played Morgan Blackstone and worked opposite Lynn Salvatori. [8]

Tom Morga: Alien Stuntman Edit

Tom Morga, Descent continuity polaroid

Morga on a continuity polaroid for "Descent"

Tom Morga Alien Stuntman

The title card for the special feature in 2009

In 2009 Morga made an interview for the newly digital remastered and with new special features endowed DVD box Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection. In this about four minutes long interview he told that he is probably the person who holds the record for playing the most different aliens on Star Trek, including Klingons, Romulans, Vulcans, Borg, Nausicaans, Cardassians, and Jem'Hadar. He also told that the beauty being on Star Trek is that your face is never used up so he was able to have fights in one episode and probably die but also to appear on the next episode.

Morga told that the Klingons were a challenge to play because of the big heavy jackets and the fights he had to do in these jackets. The special feature also showed up with several images of Morga in his roles and costumes during the Star Trek films, including doubling Leonard Nimoy and playing one of the first new Klingons in Star Trek: The Motion Picture for which he was the first person to be measured up for the new uniform, portraying the workman in space in Star Trek II, as Starfleet officer and Klingon in Star Trek III, the ultimately-deleted "Rock Man" from Star Trek V, his makeup sessions and on location shoot on a glacier in Alaska as the Brute in Star Trek VI, and as a Reman in Star Trek: Nemesis.

The production of Nemesis needed thin people to portray the Remans. The costumes were later slightly modified and used for the Xindi in Star Trek: Enterprise and Morga got a call to portray such a Xindi because of his name tag in the costume. He joked that you should always make sure that your name stays in the costume if you want to be hired.

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