The first of the Next Generation
cast to join Star Trek
on the big screen, Dorn played Worf's own grandfather in Star Trek VI: the Undiscovered Country
. He then joined the rest of the tv cast in Star Trek: Generations
and Star Trek: First Contact
. Dorn's other film credits include Timemaster, Jagged Edge
. In 1995, he joined Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
, reprising the role of Lieutenant Commander Worf.
On television, Dorn was a regular cast member for three years on the series CHiPs, starred in the Showtime features Amanda and the Alien and Menno's Mind, guest-starred in the series Dead Man's Gun, Outer Limits Silk Stalkings, Knots Landing and Falcon Crest, and is the on-camera and voice-over host of the Discovery Channels popular series The World of Wonder. He recently starred in the CD-ROM live action feature Mission Critical, which won CD-ROM Advisors' Golden Triad Award best game of the year.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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