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Kerry Hoyt

Birth name: Kerry E. Hoyt
Date of birth: 4 July 1962
Place of birth: Gustine, California, USA
Character(s): Fitzpatrick; Grimes; Romulan aide; Security ensign; Borg drone; Doug Bronowski

Kerry E. Hoyt (born 4 July 1962; age 52) is an actor from Gustine, California, who was a regular background performer for the last two seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation and during the seven-year run of Star Trek: Voyager. He received no credit for his appearances. His The Next Generation uniform, his Voyager uniform and his mok'bara outfit from the episode "Man of the People" were later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] [2] [3] [4] In addition, Hoyt worked occasionally as stand-in for guest actors including Tim Kelleher in "All Good Things...".

Hoyt is married to fellow Star Trek: Voyager background actress Caroline Gibson and the couple is residing in Burbank, California. [5]

He has been the main stand-in for actor Jim Carrey in most of his films, including Liar Liar (1997, with Anne Haney), Man on the Moon (1999), Me, Myself & Irene (2000), The Majestic (2001), Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004), Fun with Dick and Jane (2005), and Yes Man (2008, with Vanessa Grayson). Other films on which he worked as stand-in and photo double are the thriller Equinox (1992, with Pancho Demmings), the television thriller Last Rites (1998, with Clarence Williams III, Marco Rodriguez, and Scott Lincoln), and the television drama It Came from the Sky (1999, with Christopher Lloyd and Nancy Thurston).

In addition to his work as stand-in and double, Hoyt played supporting and featured parts in several films such as an extra talent in the music production Get Off (1991), Kerry in Equinox (1992), a hillbilly in the comedy Hardly Newz (1997), a coffee shop barrista in the comedy Fun with Dick and Jane (2005, with Ivar Brogger, Clint Howard, Scott L. Schwartz, Mark Correy, and Pavel Lychnikoff), [6] the suicide blonde's father in the mystery thriller The Number 23 (2007, with Virginia Madsen, Rudolph Willrich, Ed Lauter, Taylor McCluskey, and stunts by Charlie Brewer), [7] and as a Yes patron in the comedy Yes Man (2008, with Fionnula Flanagan, Spencer Garrett, John Cothran, Jr., Mike Gomez, Michael Papajohn, Arne Starr, Mark Casimir Dyniewicz, and Nancy Guerriero).

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