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  • Michael Baxter
  • Michael Baxter
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  • "Iron" Mike Baxter was a human Starfleet non-commissioned officer who served during the 24th century. As of 2370, he had been in Starfleet for more than two decades. He was considered to be one of the most experienced soldiers in the fleet. (Star Trek: The Nomad Frontier)
  • For his contribution to DS9, Baxter's name was listed as a Fleet Ops official on the dedication plaque of the starship USS Defiant. Baxter began as a DGA trainee on such films as Ghost Dad (1990, featuring Dakin Matthews and Eric Menyuk, with cinematography by Andrew Laszlo) and The Marrying Man (1991, featuring Don Keefer and Jeremy Roberts). He then served as 2nd Second Assistant Director on the hit Paramount Pictures comedy The Addams Family (1991, starring Christopher Lloyd and Carel Struycken).
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  • "Iron" Mike Baxter was a human Starfleet non-commissioned officer who served during the 24th century. As of 2370, he had been in Starfleet for more than two decades. He was considered to be one of the most experienced soldiers in the fleet. (Star Trek: The Nomad Frontier)
  • For his contribution to DS9, Baxter's name was listed as a Fleet Ops official on the dedication plaque of the starship USS Defiant. Baxter began as a DGA trainee on such films as Ghost Dad (1990, featuring Dakin Matthews and Eric Menyuk, with cinematography by Andrew Laszlo) and The Marrying Man (1991, featuring Don Keefer and Jeremy Roberts). He then served as 2nd Second Assistant Director on the hit Paramount Pictures comedy The Addams Family (1991, starring Christopher Lloyd and Carel Struycken). Baxter moved to the camera and electrical department and worked as grip and rigging grip on the television science fiction film Suspect Device (1995), the drama Female Perversions (1996), the crime drama Black Rose of Harlem (1996), the television series The Secret World of Alex Mack (1995-1996), the horror sequel Leprechaun 4: In Space (1997), and the comedy American Pie (1999).