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Kate Mulgrew (Captain Kathryn Janeway)
Her first professional job was on the ABC “soap” Ryan's Hope which lasted two years. After that she starred in the series, “Kate. Columbo”. The show was cancelled after two seasons. After that she appeared in several films, including “Love Spell: Isolt of Ireland”, with Richard Burton. She next starred in the TV series, “Heartbeat” in which she portrayed the head of a medical clinic. This series ran for two years. After this she co-starred in the comedy series, “Man of the People” with James Garner. After that, in 1995, she began starring as Captain Janeway on Star Trek: Voyager. In addition to her television and film roles, Kate Mulgrew has appeared in many theatrical productions.
Robert Beltran (Chakotay)
He has a lot of experience in theatrical productions. Among them, “A Midsummer Night's Dream” and “King Henry IV” He has appeared in such films as, “Eating Raoul” and “Kiss Me a Killer.” His earlier television appeareances have included a recurring role in “Models, Inc.” He has also guest starred on a number of television series' He is the founding member and co-artistic director of the East Los Angeles Classic Theater Group.
Roxann Dawson (B'Elanna Torres)
She has appeared in many plays as a member of the Circle Reperatory Company. She was also a series regular in the series “Nightingales”. She has done several television “movies-of-the-week”. She has also appeared in two feature films: “Guilty by Suspicion” and “Darkman II”.
Robert Duncan McNeill (Tom Paris)
His first television job was on the “soap” All My Children”. He has also starred in and produced an Off-Broadway play and appeared in the film "Masters of the Universe.” He toured with the national production of “Into The Woods”. He has also appeared in numerous television series' including “LA Law” and “Muder, She Wrote.”
Ethan Phillips (Neelix)
His career started in the theater. He appeared in many Broadway and off-Broadway productions, including “My Favourite Year” and “Measure for Measure”. He had been in many television productions. His first tv series was on “Benson”, where he played the governor's press aide. He was on the show for five seasons. He also had a recurring role on “Werewolf” and has made many guest appeareances on other shows. His first Star Trek appearance was as a Ferengi on “Star Trek: The Next Generation”. He was also in the film “Star Trek: First Contact” He is also a playwrite and author.
Robert Picardo (The Doctor)
He has a background in musical theatre, appearing in “Mass” commissioned for the opening of the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. He made his Broadway debut in “Gemini”. He has extensive television credits, the best known two being “China Beach” and “The Wonder Years”. He has appeared in several films including “Innerspace” and “the Howling”
Tim Russ (Tuvok)
His first professional job was in a PBS Masterpiece Theater production. He co-starred in the series, “The Highwayman” and had a recurring role on “The People Next Door.” He made guest appearances on several television series'. He has also made several TV-movies. His first feature film role was in “Fire With Fire”. He has also appeared in various theatrical productions. He has also released two CD's of music.
Jeri Ryan (Seven of Nine)
Before Star Trek: Voyager she was a regular on the science fiction show, “Dark Skies”. She has guest starred on several television shows, such as “Matlock” and “Murder, She Wrote”. She has also appeared in several TV-movies.
Garrett Wang (Harry Kim)
He has a background in theatre. In the first play he appeared in, “Porcelain”, he received great critical acclaim. He also co-starred in the pilot of “All American Girl” He has appeared in two independent films, “Ivory Towers” and “Hundred Percent"