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Greg Ellis

Born: 21 March 1968 (53 years old)
Gender: Male

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Greg Ellis is an English actor and voice artist best known for his roles as Chief Engineer Olsen, the original engineer of the Enterprise, in the film Star Trek (2009); and as biological weapons dealer Michael Amador in the third season of the television series 24, from 2003-2004.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Michael Amador

Garrett Stillman

Kevin Hollings

Foxy Harris

Special Agent Sturgis

Jonathan Farrow

Thomas Farrow

Welther

Jordan Helms

Pieter Smit

Adam Wise

Leighton Brevard

Eddie Chan/Peter/Skater Boy

Guest Star

Ronald Goodman

Trevor Wilcox

Simon Cochran

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Twist of Fate Teasers - June 2021

Rather late than never! Season 5 wraps soon, followed immediately after by Season 6.


Lingashoni Teasers - July 2021

Old enemies take aim at the Mchunu brothers.


The River 2 on Mzansi Magic Teasers - July 2021

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Durban Gen Teasers - July 2021

A love triangle with MacGyver in the middle!


New on TV today: Monday 21 June

There are eight returning shows tonight, on channels including 1Magic, Vuzu, S3 and Telemundo.


New on TV today: Sunday 20 June

Seven Worlds, One Planet starts on S3 and Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist is new on Vuzu.


New on TV today: Saturday 19 June

Comedy Central puffs a Time Traveling Bong and Coast Australia returns to BBC Earth.


My Identity Teasers - July 2021

Neil and Avni follow a winding path of finding each other but at the end of the path they part ways.


Binnelanders Teasers - July 2021

Gaby and Tertius are at loggerheads.

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