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Jon Paul Steuer
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Actor
    (March 27, 1984-January 1, 2018)
    Born in Escondido, California
    Portrayed Worf’s son Alexander Rozhenko in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode ‘Reunion’ (1990) and Quentin Kelly in Grace Under Fire (1993-96)
    Appeared in the films ‘Late for Dinner’ (1991) and ‘Little Giants’ (1994)
    Died from a self-inflicted gunshot
    After a year, he was replaced as Alexander Rozhenko by Brian Bonsall, because producers felt he was too short and his voice was not deep enough.
    He noted that at Star Trek conventions, ‘People would say, ‘I loved you on Family Ties,’ and I’d say, ‘That isn’t me.’’
    After leaving acting, he changed his name to Johnny P. Jewels and fronted a glam band called Kill City Thrillers.
    He said about the residuals he received from his child acting roles, ‘Mostly, it’s just a headache come tax season.’
    He got the part of Alexander Rozhenko because he the only one of the child actors auditioning who would sit still for the three hours required to apply the Klingon makeup and prosthetics.
    He said his favorite memory from ‘Star Trek’ was sitting on LeVar Burton’s lap as Burton read books to him.
    He left ‘Grace Under Fire’ after star Brett Butler flashed her breasts at him.
    He became co-owner of a restaurant in Portland, Oregon.

Credit: C. Fishel


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