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At the 2004 Motor City Comic Con.
Photo by CoolB.
April 22, 1978
Santa Cruz, California, U.S.
|Years active||1998 to present|
Manu Intiraymi (born April 22, 1978 in Santa Cruz, California, U.S.) is an American television and theatre actor, best known as Icheb on the television series Star Trek: Voyager. He was a student at the Howard Fine Studio, gaining experience in both television and theatre.
In 2011, he could be seen in three new feature films; Fortress from Bayou Pictures and Radical 3D, playing the lead role of Charlie O'Hare, Driving By Braille, a new film from WB pictures. He can also be seen in the short films "Expired" and "Ex-girlfriends", making their way around the festival circuit soon. He is also a writer/director. He is currently working on a new project called Odyssey. He also played Billy in season 9 of One Tree Hill.
- Six Gun Savior As Gambler #1 (Upcoming) 
- Benjamin Troubles As Benjamin Ramsay (Upcoming),
- 5th Passenger (Upcoming) 
- Star Trek: Renegades As Icheb (Upcoming),
- 24 Season 2 Episode 1
- Whatever It Takes As Dunleavy (from Phoenix pictures)
- One Tree Hill As Billy (Season 9)
- Driving By Braille
- Expired Short film directed by Michael Colton (from Tigerstorm productions)
- J Edgar Directed by Clint Eastwood
- Ex-Girlfriends Short film directed by Ryan Eggold
- Fortress As Charlie O'Hare (Bayou pictures 2011)
- Waiting for Godot Theater
- Marvin's Room Theater
- The Wizard of Oz Theater
- Star Trek: Voyager as Icheb
- Orange County (2002) as Male Student
- Pearl Harbor (2001) as Officer in Water Shouting "P-40's"
- Whatever It Takes (1999) as Dunleavy
- Senseless (1998) as Drug Intervention Student
- Sabrina the Teenage Witch as "Sore Throat"
- "Salem and Juliette"
- "The King of Queens" as "Zack"
- "Parent Trapped"
- "Smart Guy" as "Carl"
- "Henderson House Party"
- "JAG" as "Lester"
- "Pacific Blue" as "Zach"
- "Cop in a Box"
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- "Manu Intiraymi, "California, Birth Index, 1905-1995"". FamilySearch. Retrieved December 21, 2013.