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Benjamin Gregory Hertzberg
May 26, 1978
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
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Sarah Gregory (m. 2006)
Benji Gregory (born Benjamin Gregory Hertzberg; May 26, 1978) is a former American actor. He is best known for playing the role of Brian Tanner on the sitcom ALF.
Life and career
In addition to his stint on ALF, he appeared in several television shows which include Fantastic Max (1988-1990), Pound Puppies (1986-1987), Murphy Brown (1988), Fantasy Island (1978), The A-Team (1984), T.J. Hooker (1984), Amazing Stories (1985), The Twilight Zone (1985), and Mr. Boogedy (1986). He also made an appearance in the feature film Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986).
Gregory appeared as himself in the PSAs television series The More You Know, the children's game show series I'm Telling!, the "Salute to the 50 States episodes" of the game show Fun House, as well as on a kids episode of The Dating Game
He made a few appearances on the TV show Punky Brewster, playing an orphan, and supplied the voice of Edgar the Mole in the animated feature Once Upon a Forest (1993). He was scheduled to co-star in a Punky Brewster spin-off called Fenster Hall. However, the pilot/TV-movie of Fenster Hall was never picked up for regular production.
Gregory enlisted in the US Navy in 2003 and graduated school to become an aerographer's mate. In 2005, he received an honorable discharge from the Navy. After his military service he married in 2006. 
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- "Benjamin Gregory Hertzberg, Born 05/26/1978 in California | CaliforniaBirthIndex.org". www.californiabirthindex.org. Retrieved 2017-12-26.
- Biography for Benji Gregory, IMDb. Benji Gregory - Biography
- "Whatever Happened To: Benji Gregory From 'Alf' - Like Totally 80s". Like Totally 80s. 2016-03-16. Retrieved 2017-12-26.