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Jon De Vries (born 26 March 1947; age 73) is an actor from New York who played Wilson Granger and Victor Granger, the clones of Walter Granger, in the Star Trek: The Next Generation second season episode "Up The Long Ladder".
Beside his on-screen appearances, he is also a stage actor and has performed in several plays.
Among his acting resume are guest appearances in television series such as Now and Then (1983), Spenser: For Hire (1985, with Avery Brooks), Miami Vice (1986), The Equalizer (1985 and 1988), Law & Order (1998), and Now and Again (1999, with Gerrit Graham).
De Vries has appeared in films such as The First Deadly Sin (1980, with George Coe and Anthony Zerbe), Haunted (1984), Invasion U.S.A. (1985, with Richard Lynch, Stephen Markle, Nick Ramus, Maria Doest and music by Jay Chattaway), Rachel River (1987, with Richard Riehle), Lincoln (1988, with Steven Culp, George Ede, and Robin Gammell), City of Hope (1991, with Tom Wright, Kevin Tighe, Barbara Williams, Jude Ciccolella, and Lawrence Tierney), Me and Veronica (1993, with Mike Starr and stunts by Edward Conna and Patricia Tallman), Developing (1994), Undermind (2003, with Stephen Gevedon and Rocco Sisto), and The International (2009, with Remy Auberjonois, the son of Rene Auberjonois).