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Gary Graham (born June 7, 1950 in Long Beach, California, U.S.) is an American actor. He is probably best known for his starring role as Detective Matt Sikes in the television series Alien Nation (1989-1990), which was followed by the TV movies Alien Nation: Dark Horizon (1994), Alien Nation: Body and Soul (1995), Alien Nation: Millennium (1996), Alien Nation: The Enemy Within (1996), and Alien Nation: The Udara Legacy (1997).

Star Trek fans probably know him best from his more recent guest-starring roles on Star Trek: Enterprise as the recurring character Ambassador Soval, a Vulcan ambassador to Earth. He also guest-starred on Star Trek: Voyager (1995) once, playing Ocampan community leader Tanis in the season 2 episode Cold Fire. He plays a new role, Ragnar, in the fan production Star Trek: Of Gods and Men.

One of Graham's earlier roles was as a "hitman" on the television show, Moonlighting.

He has played more than 30 TV roles, and has also been in more than 30 movies. His films include All the Right Moves, Coastwatcher (a.k.a. The Last Warrior), Robot Jox, Running Woman and the upcoming Siren. He is the brother-in-law of Canadian rock musician Jimi B., solo artist and vocalist for Abraham's Children.

Graham made his directorial debut in the spring of 2007 with the film Interviews which he also wrote. Shooting has completed for the film and is currently in the post-production stage. Graham starred in a 2008 TV pilot styled after Sin City called Dead End City.

Graham also made appearances as the "smoking jacket guy" in the Internet show The Jace Hall Show, a gaming webshow, where he would do the introduction and random scenes in the episodes. [1]

Graham appeared on Nip/Tuck (December 2009) episode "Wesley Clovis" as Mr. Martel, the father of a murdered 17-year-old.[2]

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