Recognized for his prominent roles on fan-favorite science fiction television shows, Gary Graham first began appearing in TV series and movies during the mid-1970s. His work during this period included the buddy cop show "Starsky and Hutch," the superhero drama "The Incredible Hulk," and the southern action-comedy "The Dukes of Hazzard." Though he continued to appear in bit parts throughout the 1980s, Graham scored his most memorable and enduring role at the end of the decade, when he was cast in the new science fiction drama series "Alien Nation." Playing Detective Matthew Sikes, Graham appeared on the show's single season and went on to reprise the role in a number of television movies, including "Alien Nation: Dark Horizon" and "Alien Nation: Body and Soul." In between spin-offs of the beloved show, Graham continued to appear in popular television series of the day, including the sitcom "Grace Under Fire" and the police drama "The Commish," as well as a recurring role on the superhero series "M.A.N.T.I.S.." In the late 1990s, Graham landed a part on the legal drama "JAG," on which he appeared through 2002. In the 2000s, the actor returned to science fiction, landing a recurring role on "Star Trek: Enterprise," appearing in every season of the show.