Alex appeared in Cult Times magazine #48, interview.
Alex is a member of the Pacific Resident Theatre.
Alex appeared at the Pacific Resident Theatre on March 25, 1999 in the play Lulu.
Alex appeared in TV Zone Special #29, interview.
Alex appeared at the Williamstown Theatre Festival August 21-25, 1991 as Johnny Booth in the play Booth is Back.
Alex appeared in a total of 8 episodes of Star Trek Voyager as Ensign Vorik, his ninth appearance was as a Malon Engineer.
Alex has appeared primarily in science fiction television shows, but has never appeared in a scifi movie.
Alex has appeared in two Star Trek shows (Voyager & The Next Generation) as four seperate characters.
Alex was the Producer (and co-starred in) the film The Source of Suction (1994).
Alex lent his voice talent to the video game Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force (2000) as Crewman Austin Chang.
Alex lent his voice talent to the video game Star Trek: Away Team (2001) as Vulcan Acoloye, Romulan Commander, and as a Vulcan Guard.
Alex lent his voice talent to the video game Star Trek: Elite Force II (2003) (as Alex Enberg) as the character Ensign Austin Chang.
Alex has participated in the production of three Star Trek games as two other characters (besides the one he is best known for - Ensign Vorik).
Alex appeared on-stage in Los Angeles in a production of The Swan at the Pacific Resident Theatre (1999).
In October 2002 Alex played Giullano in Big Love play by Charles L. Mee (Pacific Resident Theater, Venice, California, USA).
Alex is best known for playing two Vulcan characters that were exactly the same: Vorik on Star Trek: Voyager and Taurik on The Next Generation.
His mother, Producer Jeri Taylor, once commented that the two characters were probably twins.
Alex is the son of Dick Enberg.
Alex is the son of Star Trek Producer & Author Jeri Taylor.