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Bob Morrisey (15 August 194629 December 2017; age 71) was a film and television actor who has appeared twice on Star Trek: Enterprise, first as Strom in the second season episode "Stigma" and later as the Xindi-Reptilian captain in season three's "The Forgotten".

Morrisey's other science fiction television works includes guest appearances on The X-Files, Sliders (in an episode with Judith McConnell), Millennium (with John Fleck, Terry O'Quinn, and Bill Smitrovich) The Outer Limits (with Bill Cobbs), UPN's G vs E (starring Clayton Rohner and Googy Gress), Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Roswell (with William Sadler), and Invasion (with Holmes Osborne). More mainstream credits include guest spots on Northern Exposure, Will & Grace, Party of Five, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Judging Amy (with Gregory Itzin), Dharma & Greg (with Anne Elizabeth Ramsay), The Guardian (starring Raphael Sbarge), The West Wing (with Thomas Kopache and Glenn Morshower), 7th Heaven (starring Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks), That 70s Show (starring Kurtwood Smith and Don Stark), Gilmore Girls (with Lawrence Pressman and Biff Yeager), Six Feet Under (with James Cromwell), Two and a Half Men, and Boston Legal (starring Rene Auberjonois and William Shatner). Morrisey also appeared in the pilot episode for Scott Bakula's Mr. & Mrs. Smith in 1996, and was a regular on the updated version of The Fugitive from 2000 through 2001.

He has also made a number of appearances in films, beginning with a small role in 1992's Nervous Ticks, a comedy which also featured Lenore Kasdorf. More recent credits include Delivered (1998), Around the Fire (1999, with Bill Smitrovich), Soul Plane (2004), The Terminal (2004, with Jude Ciccolella), and Fun with Dick and Jane (2005, with Ivar Brogger and Clint Howard). His made-for-TV movie credits include 1997's Badge of Betrayal (with Gordon Clapp) and Medusa's Child (with John Glover), 1998's Loyal Opposition: Terror in the White House (starring Corbin Bernsen), 1999's Annie (with Dennis Howard), 2000's Runaway Virus (with Larry Drake and Kenneth Mars), and 2005's See Arnold Run (with Leonard Kelly-Young).

Morrisey died of complications from Alzheimer's disease on 29 December 2017 in Los Angeles, California. [1]

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