Gregor was an inmate at the Fiorina "Fury" 161 Class C Work Correctional Unit, one of several who stayed behind after the facility was officially closed down by Weyland-Yutani. He was involved in battling a lone Xenomorph that was born in the prison in 2179.
Gregor was involved in the rape attempt on Ellen Ripley. He was eventually killed acting as bait during a desperate attempt to lure the Xenomorph into the lead mold at the foundry alongside the prison.
Not much is known about Gregor, but he was one of the prisoners living on Florina 161. Upon the arrival of Lieutenant Ellen Ripley after a deadly EEV crash took place on the planet (ending with her being the only survivor), the prisoners, including Gregor, were informed of the circumstances revolving around the event. Gregor was later seen in the mess hall as everyone was having lunch, sitting next to Junior.
Gregor later assisted Junior in attempting to rape Ripley, alongside William and Arthur. They were caught, and it is implied that they were beaten by Dillon after he stopped them.
Later on in the film, during the explosion, Gregor was badly burned in the fire and uses white bandaging to treat the burns. After the failed attempt to trap the Alien in the toxic waste dump, Gregor joins the rest of the inmates and uses himself as bait to lure the Alien into the lead mold. A restored scene in the Assembly Cut shows Gregor's agnostic personality, as he speaks with William about their beliefs in God, then sharing a laugh, which greatly concerns David. As he runs down a hall away from the Alien, he has a head on collision with Morse and the two fall to the floor. They both stand up and, assuming that the other prisoner is the Alien, attempt to attack each other before recognizing each other. Finding some humor in this situation, the two of them share a lighthearted moment, laughing and fooling around. As the two giggle at their predicament, the creature charges up from behind Morse and bites Gregor in the neck.
Behind the ScenesEdit
In the Assembly Cut, Gregor's character is expanded upon and it is revealed that he is one of the few agnostic prisoners.