Where did Sterling Macer Jr. go to college and high school? Did Sterling Macer Jr. go to film school?

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Sterling Macer Jr. is an American actor from Springfield, Missouri, who played the role of Toq in the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episode “Birthright, Part II” in 1993.

Where did Sterling Macer Jr. go to college and high school?

Macer Jr. was born on November 28, 1963, in Moline, Illinois, USA. He is an actor and director, known for Where the Crawdads Sing in 2022, Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story in 1993 and Double Take in 2001.

Macer Jr. grew up in Springfield, Missouri. And he graduated from Kickapoo High School in 1982, along with classmate and future star Brad Pitt. He was well-known as “Bobby Macer” at Kickapoo High School.

Did Sterling Macer Jr. go to film school?

The 34 years old actor was educated though but it was never revealed whether he went to a film school or not. But being one of the most talented American actors there is doubt that he did not go to a film. Because of his performance in acting, he has a lot of fans and followers.

Source: Ghanafuo.com

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