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[[Image:JohnChristopher.jpg|thumb|...as [[John Christopher]] ([[1967 productions|1967]]).]]
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'''Roger Perry''' (1933 - ) began acting in movies in 1958, and television a year later. Working steadily until the early nineties, he amassed nearly a hundred movie, series, and guest starring roles; many of the movies were made for television and "B" movies. For twenty-five years, he was married to comedienne Joanne Worley, who is best known for her role in the "[[wikipedia:Laugh-In|Laugh-In]]" comedy sketch show.
|name = Roger Perry
 
|image = JohnChristopher.jpg
 
|caption = ...as John Christopher
 
|birth name = Roger Perry
 
|gender = Male
 
|birthday = {{d|7|May|1933}}
 
|birthplace = Davenport, Iowa, USA
 
|deathday = {{d|12|July|2018}}
 
|deathplace = Indian Wells, California, USA
 
|roles = [[:Category:TOS performers|Guest Actor]]
 
|characters = [[John Christopher]]
 
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'''Roger Perry''' {{born|7|May|1933|died|12|July|2018}} was the actor who played {{Captain}} [[John Christopher]] in the {{s|TOS}} [[TOS Season 1|first season]] episode {{e|Tomorrow is Yesterday}}. He filmed his scenes between Monday {{d|28|November|1966}} and Monday {{d|5|December|1966}} at [[Desilu Stage 9]] and [[Desilu Stage 10|Stage 10]].
 
   
Perry began acting in movies in 1958, and television a year later. Working steadily until the early nineties, he amassed nearly a hundred movie, series, and guest starring roles; many of the movies were made for television and B-movies. For twenty-five years, he was married to comedienne {{w|Joanne Worley}}, who is best known for her role in the {{wt|Laugh-In}} comedy sketch show.
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==Appearances==
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*[[TOS]]: "[[Tomorrow is Yesterday]]" as [[John Christopher]]
   
Perry was a regular in ABC's crime series ''Arrest and Trial'' which ran for one season in 1963-1964, and had two episodes directed by [[Ralph Senensky]] and one by [[Robert Butler]]. Writers of the series included [[Max Ehrlich]] and [[Barry Trivers]]. In 1969, he appeared in an episode of ''Adam-12'' as a district attorney, opposite a defense attorney played by [[Phillip Pine]]. In 1977 he appeared in the film ''The Man with the Power'', along with [[Tim O'Connor]], [[Persis Khambatta]], [[John de Lancie]], [[James Ingersoll]] and [[Jason Wingreen]].
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==Filmography==
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* ''The Man with the Power'' ([[1977 productions|1977]], with [[Tim O'Connor]], [[Persis Khambatta]], [[John de Lancie]], [[James Ingersoll]] and [[Jason Wingreen]])
   
Perry [[Star Trek deaths#July|died]] on 12 July 2018 at the age of 85. (''Screen Actors Guild Magazine'', Special Edition 2019, p. 95)
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==External Links==
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* {{IMDb-link|page=nm0675273}}
== External links==
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[[Category:Performers|Perry, Roger]]
* {{wikipedia}}
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[[Category:TOS performers|Perry, Roger]]
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* {{startrek.com|remembering-tos-guest-star-roger-perry-1933-2018|Obituary|article}}
 
 
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