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Carol Daniels Dement (born 7 October 1935; age 86), also known by her married name Carol Daniels, is a stuntwoman and stunt actress who played the image of Zora in the Star Trek: The Original Series third season episode "The Savage Curtain".
DeMent has doubled for stars such as Brenda Vaccaro, Michele Lee, Charlotte Rampling, Suzanne Pleshette, and Terri Garr.
She has appeared in films such as Spartacus (1960, with Jean Simmons), What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962), The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965, with Nehemiah Persoff, Mark Lenard, Abraham Sofaer, Celia Lovsky, Victor Lundin, and Gil Perkins), The Graduate (1967, with Kevin Tighe), The Great Bank Robbery (1969, with John Anderson, Elisha Cook, John Fiedler, Bill Zuckert, Kenny Endoso, and stunts by Paul Baxley, Bennie E. Dobbins, Robert Herron, Carey Loftin, Hal Needham, and Carl Saxe), Airport (1970, with Whit Bissell, Lou Wagner, William Boyett, Celia Lovsky, and stunts by Donna Garrett), Earthquake (1974, with Genevieve Bujold, John S. Ragin, George Murdock, Gene Dynarski, Eugene Collier, Kenny Endoso, Jerry Hardin, Jimmy Nickerson, George Sawaya, and stunts by Robert Bralver, Tony Brubaker, Erik Cord, Paula Crist, Dick Crockett, Nick Dimitri, Gary Downey, Gary Epper, Donna Garrett, Robert Herron, Eddie Hice, Freddie Hice, Tommy J. Huff, Henry Kingi, Sr., Gene LeBell, Bob Minor, and Felix Silla), Airport '77 (1977, with Robert Foxworth, Robert Hooks, Monte Markham, Michael Pataki, and Jean Coulter), The Blues Brothers (1980), Police Academy (1984, with David Graf, Kim Cattrall, and stunts by Julius LeFlore), and Best of the Best: Without Warning (1998, with Jessica Collins, Monte Rex Perlin, and stunts by Jane Austin, Ken Clark, Scott Leva, and Kurt D. Lott).
DeMent has also performed in television series such as Gunsmoke, Peter Gunn, Mannix, The Mod Squad, McCloud (with Diana Muldaur and Teri Garr), The Streets of San Francisco, Moloney, Profiler (with series regular Dennis Christopher), and Desperate Housewives (2006, with Teri Hatcher and Brenda Strong).