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Seymour filmed her scenes for {{e|First Contact}} between Monday {{d|3|December|1990}} and Thursday {{d|6|December|1990}} and Monday {{d|10|December|1990}} and Tuesday {{d|11|December|1990}} on [[Paramount Stage 8]], [[Paramount Stage 9|9]], and [[Paramount Stage 16|16]].
 
Seymour filmed her scenes for {{e|First Contact}} between Monday {{d|3|December|1990}} and Thursday {{d|6|December|1990}} and Monday {{d|10|December|1990}} and Tuesday {{d|11|December|1990}} on [[Paramount Stage 8]], [[Paramount Stage 9|9]], and [[Paramount Stage 16|16]].
   
She also appeared in ''Quantum Leap'' with fellow Trek actors [[Scott Bakula]] and [[Dean Stockwell]], as well as the 1981 comedy ''Zorro, the Gay Blade'' as the wife of [[Clive Revill]]. Prior to her ''Trek'' and ''Quantum Leap'' appearances, she was best known for her work in the British-made post-apocalyptic series, ''Survivors''. She currently does voice work for ''[[starwars:Star Wars|Star Wars]]'' video games (including ''[[starwars:Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic|Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic]]'' with [[Raphael Sbarge]]), as well as voicing Doctor Chakwas in the ''Mass Effect'' series (which also featured [[Marina Sirtis]], [[Michael Dorn]], [[Armin Shimerman]], and [[Dwight Schultz]]) and various characters from ''Dragon Age: Origins'' (which also featured [[Kate Mulgrew]], [[Tim Russ]], and [[Paul Eiding]]).
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She also appeared in ''Quantum Leap'' with fellow Trek actors [[Scott Bakula]] and [[Dean Stockwell]], as well as the 1981 comedy ''Zorro, the Gay Blade'' as the wife of [[Clive Revill]]. Prior to her ''Trek'' and ''Quantum Leap'' appearances, she was best known for her work in the British-made post-apocalyptic series, ''Survivors''. She currently does voice work for ''[[starwars:Star Wars|Star Wars]]'' video games (including ''[[starwars:Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic|Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic]]'' with [[Raphael Sbarge]]), as well as voicing Doctor Chakwas in the ''Mass Effect'' series (which also featured [[Marina Sirtis]], [[Michael Dorn]], [[Armin Shimerman]], and [[Dwight Schultz]]) and various characters from ''Dragon Age: Origins'' (which also featured [[Kate Mulgrew]], [[Tim Russ]], and [[Paul Eiding]]). Seymour also provided the voice of [http://gearsofwar.wikia.com/wiki/Myrrah Queen Myrrah] in the first three [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gears_of_War Gears of Wargames].
   
 
== ''Star Trek'' appearances ==
 
== ''Star Trek'' appearances ==

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Template:Realworld Carolyn Seymour (born 6 November 1947; age 72) is a British actress who appeared in five Star Trek television episodes across two spin-off series.

Seymour filmed her scenes for "First Contact" between Monday 3 December 1990 and Thursday 6 December 1990 and Monday 10 December 1990 and Tuesday 11 December 1990 on Paramount Stage 8, 9, and 16.

She also appeared in Quantum Leap with fellow Trek actors Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell, as well as the 1981 comedy Zorro, the Gay Blade as the wife of Clive Revill. Prior to her Trek and Quantum Leap appearances, she was best known for her work in the British-made post-apocalyptic series, Survivors. She currently does voice work for Star Wars video games (including Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic with Raphael Sbarge), as well as voicing Doctor Chakwas in the Mass Effect series (which also featured Marina Sirtis, Michael Dorn, Armin Shimerman, and Dwight Schultz) and various characters from Dragon Age: Origins (which also featured Kate Mulgrew, Tim Russ, and Paul Eiding). Seymour also provided the voice of Queen Myrrah in the first three Gears of Wargames.

Star Trek appearances

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