Robert Beltran is the actor most famous for his role as Commander Chakotay on Star Trek: Voyager.
He had already gained a certain degree of fame long before coming aboard Voyager. In 1982, in only his second film appearance, he starred as the titular character in the dark comedy Eating Raoul. Beltran went on to have several lead roles in other films throughout the rest of the 1980s, no doubt as a result of his role as Raoul.
In 1989, Beltran reteamed with his Eating Raoul director, Paul Bartel, for another dark comedy, Scenes from the Class Struggle in Beverly Hills. Just before landing his starring role on Voyager, Beltran played the recurring role of Detective Louis Soto on the Melrose Place spin-off Models Inc. Later in 1994, Beltran was cast as Chakotay in Star Trek: Voyager.
While still filming Voyager in 2000, Beltran co-starred opposite future Star Trek: Enterprise star Scott Bakula in the independent film Luminarias, based on the play of the same name. He also voiced Commander Chakotay in the video game Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force.
After Voyager ended in 2001, Beltran worked in the TV movie Manticore, and also had a recurring role as Native American casino promoter Jerry Flute on the HBO series Big Love.
Source: Memory Alpha
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