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Jerry Fleck Past Away

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Jerry Fleck Past Away


Production was shut down on the set of Enterprise Monday when the cast and crew learned that their First Assistant Director, Jerry Fleck, passed away over the weekend. Fleck was 54. Cause of death is not yet known, but he reportedly died in his sleep.

The news came as a complete shock to the production team and the actors, who reported to work Monday only to find themselves consoling each other shortly thereafter. It was decided that production would be shut down for the day. Director Robert Duncan McNeill was among those who left that morning.


Fleck had been with the Star Trek franchise for 11 years, starting with the sixth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation. After serving as First A.D. on the last two years of that show, he moved over to Star Trek: Voyager and spent all seven years there, before coming on board to Enterprise. He was also First A.D. on the movies "Star Trek: First Contact" and "Star Trek: Insurrection." Other movie credits include "Edward Scissorhands" (1990) and "Beetlejuice" (1988), and his earlier TV credits include Hunter and MacGyver.  As first assistant director, Fleck was in charge of many of the production logistics on the set.


We will update this story as we receive more information. On behalf of the entire Star Trek community, we extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Jerry Fleck.



:tear: I think we all here at give our condolences to Jerry Fleck's family



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