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Doug Drexler, born in New York City, is a visual effects artist, designer, sculptor, illustrator, and an academy award-winning makeup artist who has collaborated with such talents as Al Pacino, Dustin Hoffman, James Caan, Meryl Streep, and Warren Beatty. He began his career in the entertainment industry working for makeup legend Dick Smith on such films as "The Hunger" and "Starman". He has also contributed to "Three Men and a Little Lady", "The Cotton Club","FX", "Manhunter" and "Dick Tracy". "Dick Tracy" earned Doug an Oscar, as well as The British Academy Award and the Saturn Award for his special makeup effects on characters such as Big Boy Caprice (played by Pacino) and Mumbles (played by Hoffman). Two emmy nominations in the same field followed for three years working on Star Trek: The Next Generation, where he performed such tasks as aging Captain Picard for "The Inner Light". In 1992 Doug made a career change by moving over to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as designer, digital artist and effects artist. He continued in that capacity on the subsequent Star Trek films as well as Star Trek: Voyager. In April 2001 Doug worked as senior Illustrator and CGI designer on the fifth Star Trek series, Enterprise. Following Enterprise, Doug was hired by renowned Visual Effects Supervisor Gary Hutzel as CG Supervisor on Battlestar Galactica. Doug won two Emmy Awards and a Visual Effects Society Award for Galactica.

Doug grew up on Long Island and attended Newfield High School.

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Credits in various fields

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Prosthetic Character Makeup

1982 "The Hunger" 1983 "The Cotton Club" 1984 "Starman" 1985 "FX" 1985 "Heartburn" 1985 "Manhunter" 1986 "Making Mr. Right" 1987 "Poltergeist III" 1988 "Liberace" 1988 "Dick Tracy" 1990 "Three Men and a Little Lady" 1990 "True Identity" 1991 "For the Boys" 1990-1993 Star Trek: The Next Generation

Design

1993-1999 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 1994 "Star Trek Generations" 1996 "Star Trek First Contact" 1998 "Star Trek Insurrection" 1998 Buckaroo Banzai: Ancient Secrets and New Mysteries (unproduced TV series) 2001-2004 "Star Trek: Enterprise"

Visual Effects

1999 "Starship Troopers" 1999-00 "Star Trek: Voyager" 2000 "Max Steel" 2000 "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" -Director's Edition 2001 Dan Dare 2001-2004 "Star Trek: Enterprise" 2004-2009 "Battlestar Galactica" 2009 "Caprica"

Books Illustrated

"The Star Trek Encyclopedia" by Michael and Denise Okuda. Simon and Schuster, publisher. "Star Trek Science Logs" by Andre Bormanis. Simon and Schuster, publisher.

Books Illustrated and Co-authored

"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Technical Manual" by Herman Zimmerman, Rick Sternbach, and Doug Drexler. Simon and Schuster, publisher. "Star Trek Sticker Book" by Michael and Denise Okuda, and Doug Drexler. Simon and Schuster, publisher. 2001-2011 "Star Trek - Ships of the Line Calendar" Editor and contributing artist. Simon and Schuster, publisher.

Interactive CD-ROMs

"Star Trek: Captain's Chair," Simon and Schuster Interactive. "The Star Trek Interactive Encyclopedia." Simon and Schuster Interactive.

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