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Michael Dorn’s height is 6ft 4in ( 1.93m )

Michael Dorn is an American actor and voice artist who is best known for his role as the Klingon Worf from the Star Trek franchise.

Michael Dorn

Born: December 9, 1952 , Luling, Texas, United States
Education: Pasadena City College
Parents: Allie Lee Nauls, Fentress Dorn, Jr.
Michael Dorn Quote: I’d love to star in a television series of my own. I love the idea of living with a character for a number of years, watching him grow. View More Michael Dorn Quotes
Filmography: Con Man (2015), Ted 2 (2015), Relatively Super (2015), Unbelievable!!!!! (2015), Swallow Your Bliss (2014), Castle (2011-2015), Infinite Crisis (2015), Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. (2015), Star Trek Continues (2014), Regular Show (2012-2014), Ben 10: Omniverse (2014), Zombeo & Juliécula (2013), Where Heroes Have Flown (2013), Saints Row IV (2013), Shady Lady (2012), Castlevania: Hymn of Blood (2012), Liberator (2012), Strange Frame: Love & Sax (2012), End of the Road (2011/I), The Super Hero Squad Show (2011), Family Guy (2005-2011), Winx Club: Enchantix (2011), Fallout: New Vegas (2010), StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty (2010), Adventure Time (2010), Star Trek Online (2010), Mass Effect 2 (2010), Metus’ Revenge (2009), Bionicle: The Legend Reborn (2009), Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2009), Heroes (2008-2009), Saints Row 2 (2008), Without a Trace (2007), Fist of the Warrior (2007), Ben 10 (2007), Squirrel Boy (2007), The Deep Below (2007), Night Skies (2007), Cartoon Network Racing (2006), The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006), Fallen Angels (2006), A.I. Assault (2006), All You’ve Got (2006), Heart of the Beholder (2005), Thru the Moebius Strip (2005), Duck Dodgers (2003-2005), Danny Phantom (2004-2005), Descent (2005), Justice League (2003-2005), Megas XLR (2004), World of Warcraft (2004), The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy (2002-2004), Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time (2003), The Interplanetary Surplus Male and Amazon Women of Outer Space (2003), Spider-Man (2003), Lessons for an Assassin (2003), Shade (2003), Rugrats (2003), Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), The Santa Clause 2 (2002), The Guardian (2002), Clifford the Big Red Dog (2002), The Zeta Project (2001-2002), Dexter’s Laboratory (2002), Through the Fire (2002), Static Shock (2002), Face Value (2002), The Outer Limits (1995-2002), Emperor: Battle for Dune (2002), The Gristle (2001), Ali (2001), 7th Heaven (2001), Star Trek: Away Team (2001), Mach 2 (2001), Star Trek: Klingon Academy (2000), Forgotten Realms: Baldur’s Gate II – Shadows of Amn (2000), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – The Fallen (2000), Star Trek: Invasion (2000), The Prophet’s Game (2000), Star Trek: Armada (2000), Superman (1997-2000), Shadow Hours (2000), Martial Law (2000), The Pretender (1999), I Am Weasel (1997-1999), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1995-1999), Cow and Chicken (1997-1999), Hercules (1998-1999), Hercules: Zero to Hero (1999), Star Trek: Insurrection (1998), Dead Man’s Gun (1998), Fallout 2: A Post-Nuclear Role-Playing Game (1998), The Girl Next Door (1998/I), Batman & Robin (1998), Silk Stalkings (1998), Star Trek: Generations (1997), Johnny Bravo (1997), Captain Simian & The Space Monkeys (1996-1997), Adventures from the Book of Virtues (1997), Menno’s Mind (1997), Star Trek: Klingon (1996), The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest (1996), Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles (1996), Star Trek: First Contact (1996), Street Fighter: The Animated Series (1996), Wing Commander Academy (1996), The Savage Dragon (1996), Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (1995-1996), Mission Force: CyberStorm (1996), Gargoyles (1995-1996), Mission Critical (1995), Star Trek: The Next Generation – A Final Unity (1995), Fantastic Four (1995), Amanda & the Alien (1995), Timemaster (1995), Virtual Combat (1995), The Parent ‘Hood (1995), Galaxy Beat (1994), Star Trek: Generations (1994), Biker Mice from Mars (1994), Aladdin (1994), Swat Kats: The Radical Squadron (1994), Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994), Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers (1993), Out All Night (1993), Getting By (1993), Stellar-Fire (1993), Parker Lewis Can’t Lose (1992), Dinosaurs (1991-1992), Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991), 227 (1986-1989), Webster (1989), Charles in Charge (1988), Falcon Crest (1987), Punky Brewster (1987), Gimme a Break! (1984-1986), Hunter (1985), Jagged Edge (1985), ABC Afterschool Specials (1984), Hotel (1983), Emerald Point N.A.S. (1983), CHiPs (1979-1982), Capitol (1982), Knots Landing (1981), Demon Seed (1977), Rocky (1976), Days of Our Lives (1965), Hope & Faith (2006), Through the Fire (2002), Star Trek: Enterprise (2002), V.I.P. (2002), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1997-1999), Through the Fire (2002), The Deep Below (2007), The Captains (2011), Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Sky’s the Limit – The Eclipse of Star Trek: The Next Generation (2014), Star Trek: The Next Generation – The Unknown Possibilities of Existence: Making All Good Things… (2014), Beyond the Five Year Mission: The Evolution of Star Trek – The Next Generation (2014), Actors Entertainment (2014), Requiem – A Remembrance of Star Trek: The Next Generation (2013), Relativity: The Family Saga of Star Trek – The Next Generation (2013), Star Trek: The Next Generation – Survive and Suceed: An Empire at War (2013), Celebrity Wife Swap (2013), Resistance Is Futile: Assimilating Star Trek -The Next Generation (2013), Star Trek: The Next Generation – Regeneration: Engaging the Borg (2013), Making It So: Continuing Star Trek – The Next Generation (2012), Reunification: 25 Years After Star Trek – The Next Generation (2012), Stardate Revisited: The Origin of Star Trek – The Next Generation (2012), The John Kerwin Show (2011), Rise Above (2011), FedCon XIX: Beyond Imagination (2010), Guten Abend RTL (2010), Family Guy (2009), Red Tail Reborn (2007), Space Top 10 Countdown (2006), Voodoo Secrets (2005), Extraterrestrial! (2005), Movies That Shook the World (2005), Earthlings: Ugly Bags of Mostly Water (2004), Celebrity Wings (2003), Modern Marvels (2002), America Loves… Star Trek (2001), Electric Playground (2001), The Best of British (2001), Star Trek: Captain’s Chair (1997), Trekkies (1997), Communication: The Human Imperative (1997), Where Are All the UFO’s? (1996), World of Wonder (1995), Masters of Illusion: The Wizards of Special Effects (1994), Journey’s End: The Saga of Star Trek – The Next Generation (1994), Larry King Live (1994), Comic Relief VI (1994), Star Trek 25th Anniversary Special (1991), Ebony/Jet Showcase (1989), The Pat Sajak Show (1989), Reading Rainbow (1988), Super Password (1987), The (New) $25,000 Pyramid (1987), Heroes Unmasked (2008), Faintheart (2008), World of Robin Hood (2006), How William Shatner Changed the World (2005), Justice League (2003), Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion (1999), Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion (1999), Ultimate Trek: Star Trek’s Greatest Moments (1999), The Outer Limits (1995), Star Trek: The Next Generation (1989)
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Best Known For Movie: Star Trek: First Contact
Occupation: Actor
Height: 6ft 4in ( 1.93m )
First Name: Michael
Last Name: Dorn
Birthplace: Luling, Texas, USA
Build: Athletic
Eye Color: Brown – Dark
Hair Color: Black
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: Black
Nationality: American
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