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James Darren

Full / Real Name: James William Ercolani
Born: 08 June 1936 (85 years old)
Gender: Male

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James Darren is an American actor, director and singer best known for his television roles as Officer Jim Corrigan in T.J. Hooker (1982-1986) and as singing hologram Vic Fontaine in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, from 1998-1999.






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David Barzak

Councilman Watson

Johnny Munroe

Tony Marlin

Vic Fontaine

Vic Fontaine

Dan Danko/Officer Jim Corrigan

Officer Jim Corrigan

Officer Jim Corrigan

Officer Jim Corrigan




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