Arne became an actor due to his association with Star Trek - performing in staged radio plays with Bill Campbell and John de Lancie at various conventions, which grew into full-blown radio plays on the bi-annual SeaTrek cruises. The late Mark Lenard ("Sarek," Spock's father) noticed Arne and brought him into his Masters Acting Class in New York. Arne won parts in six different plays during the first year he began auditioning - the lead in Sunshine Boys, stand-in lead Anatoly in the musical Chess, the bellhop in Lend Me a Tenor, other roles in Arsenic in Old Lace and Singing in the Rain and various parts in Showcases from Mark's studio. Moving from Connecticut to Florida he played leads in the Neil Simon play, I Ought to be in Pictures, the male lead in the play "Social Security," "Speed" in The "Odd Couple" and has also been in about a half dozen films from the Full Sail film school in Winter Park, FL. Now an LA area resident, he has done a couple of independent films and works many a

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