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Azalea Davila (born 6 May 1972; age 50) is an actress and model who appeared as a resort woman in the Star Trek: Voyager third season episode "Macrocosm". She received no credit for her appearance but is listed on the call sheets of the episode.
Besides her appearance on Voyager, Davila also had supporting and guest roles in episodes of Beverly Hills, 902010, Cybill, Diagnosis Murder, Dream On (1995 and 1996, with Chris Demetral and Michael McKean), Son of the Beach (2001, with Lisa Banes), Haunted (2002, with Barry Brandt and Zachary Quinto), The King of Queens (2006), Scrubs (2006, with Ken Jenkins), and Treme (2010).
In the 1990s, Davila appeared as model in the Playboy video productions Exposed: TV's Lifeguard Babes (1996, with Lily Acain), Playboy: Gen-X Girls (1998), and Playboy: Girlfriends 2 (1999). She also worked as body double on the drama The Brave (1997, with Clarence Williams III and Iggy Pop).
Among her film credits are the thriller Female Perversions (1996, with Clancy Brown, J. Patrick McCormack, and Abdul Salaam El Razzac), the television action thriller Blackout (1996, with Brad Dourif, Marta Dubois, Jeremy Roberts, Lance LeGault, Tom Poster, Brad Greenquist, Chip Heller, and James MacDonald), the science fiction drama Unforgettable (1996, with Christopher McDonald, Kim Cattrall, andd David Sobolov), the crime drama Primal Fear (1996, with Alfre Woodard, Terry O'Quinn, Tony Plana, Kenneth Tigar, Brian Reddy, Christopher Carroll, Mike Boss, and Greg Bronson), the crime drama Mulholland Falls (1996, with Ed Lauter, Melinda Clarke, Michael Krawic, Titus Welliver, Buddy Joe Hooker, Johnny Martin, and Louise Fletcher), the science fiction blockbuster Starship Troopers (1997, with Dina Meyer, Clancy Brown, Matt E. Levin, Blake Lindsley, Brenda Strong, Lenore Kasdorf, Tami-Adrian George, Christopher Curry, Bruce Gray, Julianna McCarthy, Teo Smoot, Stephanie Erb, Greg Bronson, Brian Tochi, Betty Hankins, and Whitney Hall)., the television science fiction film The Last Man on Planet Earth (1999, with Tamlyn Tomita, Elizabeth Dennehy, Nancy Hower, Martha Hackett, Cliff DeYoung, written by Kenneth Biller, and directed by Les Landau), the comedy Who's Your Daddy? (2002, with Terita Jackson and Elisha Choice), the action film A Man Apart (2003, with Jeff Kober, Marco Rodriguez, Jim Boeke, Geno Silva, Ben Bray, Thomas Kopache, Charlie Curtis, Michael Papajohn, and Dean Rubin), the comedy Horror High (2005), the crime comedy Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005, with Corbin Bernsen, Martha Hackett, Christopher Gilman, Brian Simpson, Cole McKay, and Ben Bray), the horror film Born (2007, with Kane Hodder and Denise Crosby), and the comedy One, Two, Many (2008, with Hudson Leick).
In 2007, Davila worked as body double for actress Chrissy Calhoun on the horror sequel Boogeyman 2, along with stand-in Mark Lentry, stunt coordinator Kurt D. Lott, and special makeup effects artist Jill Rockow.