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Encyclopedia > Vic Fontaine

Vic Fontaine is a fictional holodeck entertainer on the science fiction television show Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. He is played by James Darren.

Created by an unseen holoprogrammer named Felix, Vic is self-aware and knows he is a hologram. He has the ability to turn his program off and on, but his program was allowed to run "26 hours a day" so he could live a real life within the holodeck. Vic works as a singer who resembles Frank Sinatra. He is used as counselor by various crewmembers of Deep Space 9, and he took it upon himself to get Odo and Kira together romantically.

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Vic Fontaine - Memory Alpha - A Wikia wiki (612 words)
Vic Fontaine was a holographic singer who was part of a program which simulated 1962 Las Vegas, Earth.
Vic was fired from his lounge as the mob took over his business.
Vic put on a special concert for the command crew of Deep Space 9 after the end of the Dominion War.
Vic Fontaine (mirror) - Memory Alpha - A Wikia wiki (240 words)
In the mirror universe, Vic Fontaine appeared to be a real Human rather than a hologram.
It was never explained why Vic was a real solid being, rather than a hologram, in the mirror universe, or why he was fighting the Terran Rebellion.
Some viewers believe that the mirror Vic was a Human; others believe that sparks, smoke and circuits were seen emanating from Vic's chest wound, indicating that Vic was an android based on the same physical template as the holographic Vic in the primary universe.
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