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Brooke Bundy (born 8 August 1944; age 77) played the role of MacDougal in the Star Trek: The Next Generation first season episode "The Naked Now". It is the only Star Trek episode she appeared in.

Bundy has appeared on almost a hundred television shows. She is best known as a soap-opera actress, appearing as a regular in both General Hospital and Days of our Lives.

In 1965 she and Walter Koenig appeared together on the series Gidget ("Gidget's Foreign Policy").

She was in the 1968 western film Firecreek with Gary Lockwood and Barbara Luna.

Ms. Bundy co-starred with Tige Andrews and Percy Rodriguez in the "Deadlock" episode of Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, which was directed by Leo Penn. She, Alfred Ryder, Robert Ellenstein, and Stanley Kamel guest starred in "The Controllers" episode of Mission: Impossible, which was the first episode with Leonard Nimoy as Paris, replacing Rollin Hand (Martin Landau) as the IMF's master of disguise. It also featured music by Jerry Fielding and cinematography by Keith Smith. She worked with Nimoy again in the "Death on a Barge" episode of Night Gallery, which was Nimoy's debut as a director. The episode also featured Lou Antonio and was photographed by Jerry Finnerman.

Her other television appearances include: Bonanza, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (with Felix Locher), Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (with Arch Whiting and directed by Leo Penn), The Mod Squad (with Tige Andrews), Route 66 (with Glenn Corbett), and Mannix (with Ed McCready, Barbara Baldavin, Peter Brocco, and directed by Vincent McEveety).

In 1974 she appeared opposite William Shatner in an episode of The Magician ("The Illusion of the Queen's Gambit"). She acted with Shatner again in the made-for-television movie Crash (1978).

In 1985 she appeared in the film Explorers, which also featured James Cromwell, Robert Picardo, Frank Welker, and music by Jerry Goldsmith.

Bundy is also well known for her role as Elaine Parker in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors(1987), alongside Clayton Landey, Heather Langenkamp, Nan Martin, and Craig Wasson, and A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master with Lisa Wilcox.

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