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Here's the George Morfogen story. A few years ago I was working a graveyard-shift job downtown on Wall St.  One night I was taking the subway down from Penn Station and I just recognized the guy.  I am a big fan of "Oz" so I couldn't resist talking to him.  I told him that I was a big fan of the show and to keep up the good work.  I really did not want to impede too much on the man because he was with someone else having a private conversation and I do not like to be so much of a celeb hound (I learned that by getting the cold shoulder from many of the NY Mets when I went to Spring Training one year). If I realized that he was the guy from V I would have complimented him on that too, especially because it influenced me to want to learn more about the rise of Nazi Germany and taught me how you should never forget the lessons of history. I think that Morfogen was in Independence Day as well.  He was looking up to the sky at the end in exactly the same way that he did at the end of V. - Brian McKnight