Mar. 7th, 1966
Jonathan Del Arco's Main TV Roles
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Jonathan Del Arco (born 7 March 1966; age 43), from Uruguay, is the actor who played Hugh, the Borg drone with a sense of individuality, in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes "I Borg", "Descent" (archive footage from "I Borg") and "Descent, Part II". He later appeared as Fantome in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "The Void". He also supplied his voice for the video games Star Trek: Armada II and Star Trek: Bridge Commander.
His other television credits include stints on Sisters (starring fellow TNG guest star Ashley Judd), The Wonder Years (with Andy Milder and Olivia d'Abo), Nip/Tuck, Crossing Jordan (with Miguel Ferrer), American Dreams (with Ellen Geer and Glenn Morshower), 24 (with Jude Ciccolella, Gregory Itzin), and The Sopranos (starring Steven R. Schirripa). Del Arco appeared with Star Trek Generations actor Malcolm McDowell in two episodes of the series Pearl and with Star Trek: The Original Series star George Takei on an episode of the short Grosse Point. In 2002, he and Scott Lawrence were guest stars for the pilot episode of First Monday, a short-lived series starring Camille Saviola and Gail Strickland. In 2004, Del Arco appeared in two episodes of another short-lived series, The D.A., starring Steven Weber. One of the episodes also featured Tim Kelleher and Robert Pine. He is currently playing the recurring role of Dr. Morales on The Closer, working with Raymond Cruz.
Del Arco's only film credits thus far have been Lost Angels (1989), The Mambo Kings (1992), and True Rights (2000).
- Has a Star Trek Action Figure in his likeness as the character Hugh (Third of Five), a Borg seen in "I, Borg" in the _"Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987)_ (qv) 5th season and also in "Descent: Part 2" in the 7th and last season of _"Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987)_ (qv).
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