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Adolphus Hankins (10 March 19418 August 2010; age 69) was an actor who appeared as a maiden voyage official in Star Trek Generations. He also appeared as a vice admiral in the Star Trek: Voyager sixth season episode "Pathfinder". His uniform from this episode was previously worn by Anthony Zerbe as Dougherty in Star Trek: Insurrection and was later sold off on the web. [1] [2] Hankins also wore the admiral's uniform jacket previously worn by Tucker Smallwood in the fifth season episode "In the Flesh" and by background actor Ron Blohm on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. The jacket was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [3]

Hankins was married to fellow actress Betty Hankins until his death in 2010. Betty Hankins, known for her recurring appearance on Power Rangers Lost Galaxy in 1999, passed away in 2016.

In 1987, Hankins appeared as a cop in the Falcon Crest episode "Chain Reaction". The episode also features Robert Foxworth, Brett Cullen, Dana Sparks, Rodney Saulsberry, and Christopher Held.

Hankins worked as background actor on the comic adaptation Batman & Robin (1997). He appeared as a guest at the Observatory press conference, as a party guest at the Botanic Garden Gala, and as a party guest at the Observatory party. The film also features John Glover, Alex Daniels, Steve Blalock, Mark Chadwick, Dennis Keiffer, Jean-Luc Martin, Jim Palmer, Paul Sklar, Greg Bronson, Irving Ross, and Spice Williams.

Together with his wife, Hankins appeared as a White House State Dinner guest in the 1995 romance The American President. The film also features Anne Haney, Beau Billingslea, Gail Strickland, Clement von Franckenstein, John Mahon, Jordan Lund, Richard McGonagle, Beans Morocco, George Murdock, Googy Gress, Ron Canada, Greg Poland, David Drew Gallagher, Ray Uhler, Martin Sheen, Craig Hosking, Warren Tabata, Aric Rogokos, Dan Magee, Michael Wajacs, Faith Burton, Star Halm, Sherry O'Keefe, Uriah Carr, and Mike Fujimoto. They also appeared as audience members at the Tony Awards in The Nanny episode "The Nanny & the Hunk Producer" (1997, with Daniel Davis), as laughing spectators during Austin's accolade by the Queen in the comedy sequel Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002, with Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Jr., Clint Howard, Greg Grunberg, Kelly Cooper, Angela Meryl, Dan Warner, and Marvin De Baca), and as restaurant patrons in the Two and a Half Men episode "The Price of Healthy Gums Is Eternal Vigilance" (2004, stunt coordination by Eddie Braun).

Hankins passed away on 8 August 2010 at the age of 69. [4]

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