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Jerry Rector (born 12 September 1958; age 60) is an actor who played along his identical twin brother Jeff Rector an abducting alien in the Star Trek: The Next Generation third season episode "Allegiance" in 1990.
He was born as Gerald Andrew Rector in St. Louis, Missouri. Among his acting resume are films such as January Man (1989, with Bill Cobbs), Fatal Instinct (1991, he worked also as a craft service member), Fox Hunt (1996, with Jeff Rector, Doug Coleman, Diamond Farnsworth, Vince Deadrick, Jr., and Peewee Piemonte), The Odd Couple II (1998, with Richard Riehle, Ellen Geer, Peggy Miley, Estelle Harris, Earl Boen, Daniel Zacapa, and stunts by Charlie Brewer, Tommy J. Huff, John Meier, and Manny Perry), Extreme Honor (2001), and Numb (2007, with Brian George and Bob Gunton).
Rector has also guest starred in television series such as Father Dowling Mysteries (1990, with Michael Champion, Anne Haney, and Jeff Rector), Silk Stalkings (1995, with Charlie Brill and Jennifer Nash), Sliders (1996, with John Rhys-Davies and Jeff Rector), Diagnosis Murder (2000, with K Callan), The Twilight Zone (2003), Supernatural (2005), and in a recurring role along his brother in Black Scorpion (2001).
In 2003 he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in his directing short debut It's About Time.
Rector is also a stage actor and has appeared in several television commercials and video games such as Fox Hunt (1993, with Jeff Rector), as well as The Journeyman Project 3: Legacy of Time (1998, with Graham Jarvis and Michele Scarabelli) as the game's protagonist, Gage Blackwood.