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Junero Jennings (born 4 November 1941; age 77) is an American actor who portrayed a technical assistant in Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Jennings started his acting career in 1969 with an appearance in The Name of the Game episode Good-bye Harry, along Marsha Hunt, Kay E. Kuter, and Cliff Potts, written by Gene L. Coon. He portrayed supporting roles in the science fiction film The Curious Female (1970, with Angelique Pettyjohn and Ron Gans), the drama The Mack (1973, with George Murdock), the thriller Slaughter's Big Rip-Off (1973, with Brock Peters, Chuck Hicks, Tony Brubaker, Gene LeBell, and Adam Roarke), the comedy Superchick (1973), the drama South Seas (1974), the drama Three the Hard Way (1974, with Fred Williamson, Jay Robinson, Corbin Bernsen, and Irene Tsu), and the drama Black Samson (1974, with Nick Dimitri, Erik Cord, Bob Herron, Gene LeBell, Tony Brubaker, Tommy J. Huff, Frank Orsatti, and Bob Minor), as well as in the television series Mission: Impossible (1972, with Susan Howard, Bob Johnson, Paul Sorensen, and Jack Donner), Cannon (1974, with Thalmus Rasulala), McCloud (1974, with Leslie Parrish), Harry O (1975), and The Blue Knight (1975, with Vic Tayback).

Further credits include the drama Trackdown (1976), the television series Switch (1977), Barnaby Jones (1977, with Lee Meriwether, Robert Mandan, and Raymond Singer), Fantasy Island (1978, starring Ricardo Montalban), Battlestar Galactica (1978, with John Colicos, Felix Silla, and Ed Begley, Jr.), and Stone (1980), the horror film Nomads (1986), and the action comedy Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death (1989, with Adrienne Barbeau, Christopher Doyle, and Andrew Benne).

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