Jon Paul Steuer

Jon Paul tax ( born March 27, 1984 in Escondido, California, United States) was an American film actor in his childhood.

Jon Paul tax is, according to unconfirmed sources, both his name got from his strict Roman Catholic parents who have taken the name of Pope John Paul II.

Since the age of five tax stood in front of the camera, but he gained notoriety in 1990 with a guest appearance on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Originally tax should embody the recurring character of the Klingon boy Alexander Rozhenko, but both Jonathan Frakes, director of the episode Deadly succession, as well as producer Gene Roddenberry found that control was inappropriate for the role. The role went to Brian Bonsall.

After leaving Star Trek tax was still standing until 1994 before the camera, including the TV series Grace. His last appearance was in the film comedy Little Giants.

Today tax visited the University, and plans to be active in the future as a makeup artist for prostheses.