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'''Carolyne H. Barry''' {{born|20|July|1943|died|16|June|2015}}, birth name '''Carole Stuppler''', was an actress, dancer, acting coach, casting director, and former singer who worked under the name '''Carole Shelyne''' as a [[Metron representative 001|Metron]] on the {{y|1967}} {{s|TOS}} episode {{e|Arena}}. {{y|1988|Twenty-one}} years later she portrayed a [[USS Enterprise-D engineer ensign 001|female engineer]] in the {{s|TNG}} [[TNG Season 1|first season]] episode {{e|Home Soil}}.
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'''Carolyne H. Barry''' {{born|20|July|1943|died|16|June|2015}}, birth name '''Carole Stuppler''', was an actress, dancer, acting coach, casting director, and former singer who worked under the name '''Carole Shelyne''' as a [[Metron representative 001|Metron]] on the {{y|1967}} {{s|1}} episode {{e|Arena}}. {{y|1988|Twenty-one}} years later she portrayed a [[USS Enterprise-D engineer ensign 001|female engineer]] in the {{s|3}} [[TNG Season 1|first season]] episode {{e|Home Soil}}.
   
 
She filmed her scene for "Arena" on Thursday {{d|10|November|1966}} at [[Vasquez Rocks]].
 
She filmed her scene for "Arena" on Thursday {{d|10|November|1966}} at [[Vasquez Rocks]].
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She had a recurring character role as Franny in the television western comedy ''Here Come the Brides'' (starring [[Mark Lenard]], [[David Soul]], and [[Robert Brown]] with [[Majel Barrett]], [[Michael Bell]], [[Alan Oppenheimer]], and [[Bill Zuckert]]).
 
She had a recurring character role as Franny in the television western comedy ''Here Come the Brides'' (starring [[Mark Lenard]], [[David Soul]], and [[Robert Brown]] with [[Majel Barrett]], [[Michael Bell]], [[Alan Oppenheimer]], and [[Bill Zuckert]]).
   
She did guest spots on TV shows like ''Mr. Novak'' (1965, with [[Stephen Mines]], [[Vince Howard]], and Bill Zuckert), ''Julia'' (1970, with [[Paul Winfield]], [[Fred Williamson]], and [[Denise Crosby]]'s brother Gary Crosby), and ''The Bob Newhart Show'' (1978, with [[John Fiedler]]). She also appeared in the secret agent spoof ''Out of Sight'' (1966, with {{s|ENT}} guest [[Robert Pine]] and original series guest [[Maggie Thrett]]).
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She did guest spots on TV shows like ''Mr. Novak'' (1965, with [[Stephen Mines]], [[Vince Howard]], and Bill Zuckert), ''Julia'' (1970, with [[Paul Winfield]], [[Fred Williamson]], and [[Denise Crosby]]'s brother Gary Crosby), and ''The Bob Newhart Show'' (1978, with [[John Fiedler]]). She also appeared in the secret agent spoof ''Out of Sight'' (1966, with {{s|6}} guest [[Robert Pine]] and original series guest [[Maggie Thrett]]).
   
 
In 1976, she co-wrote and starred in the horror film ''Dark August''. In the 1980s Barry had guest roles in episodes of ''The Paper Chase'' (1983), ''Hotel'' (1986, with [[Michael Spound]], [[Barry Wiggins]], [[Johnny Haymer]], and Michelle Phillips), ''J.J. Starbuck'' (1987, with [[Katherine Moffat]], [[David Huddleston]], [[Jay Underwood]], [[Douglas Alan Shanklin]], [[Eric Server]], and [[Patrick Cronin]]), ''Dynasty'' (1987, with [[Joan Collins]] and [[Tom Schanley]]), and ''Santa Barbara'' (1987, with [[Scott Jaeck]] and [[Mic Rodgers]]).
 
In 1976, she co-wrote and starred in the horror film ''Dark August''. In the 1980s Barry had guest roles in episodes of ''The Paper Chase'' (1983), ''Hotel'' (1986, with [[Michael Spound]], [[Barry Wiggins]], [[Johnny Haymer]], and Michelle Phillips), ''J.J. Starbuck'' (1987, with [[Katherine Moffat]], [[David Huddleston]], [[Jay Underwood]], [[Douglas Alan Shanklin]], [[Eric Server]], and [[Patrick Cronin]]), ''Dynasty'' (1987, with [[Joan Collins]] and [[Tom Schanley]]), and ''Santa Barbara'' (1987, with [[Scott Jaeck]] and [[Mic Rodgers]]).
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