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| Name = Carolyne Barry
'''Carolyne Barry''' (born '''Carole Stuppler''') {{born|20|July|1943}}{PerIMbD Carole passed away 6/16/1915} is an actress, dancer, acting coach, casting director, and former singer who worked under the name '''Carole Shelyne''' as a [[Unnamed Metrons#Male|Metron]] on the {{y|1967}} ''[[Star Trek: The Original Series]]'' episode {{e|Arena}}. {{y|1988|Twenty-one}} years later she portrayed a [[Unnamed USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) operations division personnel#Engineer Ensign (2364)|female engineer]] in the ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'' episode {{e|Home Soil}}.
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| imagecap = ...as a Metron
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| Birth name = Carole Stuppler
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| Date of birth = {{d|20|July|1943}}
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| Place of birth = Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
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| Date of death = {{d|16|June|2015}}
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| Place of death = Los Angeles, California, USA
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| Gender = Female
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| Roles = [[:Category:Performers|Actress]]
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| Characters = [[Metron representative 001|Metron]] (above)<br/>[[USS Enterprise-D engineer ensign 001|Female engineer]] (below)
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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}}.
   
 
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]].
   
Barry was a former regular on the popular TV variety show {{wt|Shindig!}} as the girl with the horn-rimmed glasses. Some rock and roll performers to appear on the show were [[Roy Orbison]] and [[Michelle Phillips]], as well as dancer and actress [[Teri Garr]]. In 1965 she also released a song, titled "Boys Do Make Passes at Girls Who Wear Glasses". [http://videos.apnicommunity.com/Video,Item,371133446.html]
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Barry was a former regular on the popular TV variety show {{wt|Shindig!}} as the girl with the horn-rimmed glasses. Some rock and roll performers to appear on the show were [[Roy Orbison]] and [[Michelle Phillips]], as well as dancer and actress [[Teri Garr]]. In 1965 she also released a song titled "Boys Do Make Passes at Girls Who Wear Glasses". [http://videos.apnicommunity.com/Video,Item,371133446.html]
   
 
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 ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'' 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|ENT}} 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]]).
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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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Barry [[Star Trek deaths#June|passed away]] on 16 June 2015 at the age of 71. {{twitter|CarolyneBarry/status/611158623742525440}}
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://www.carolynebarry.com CarolyneBarry.com] - official site
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Revision as of 19:14, September 27, 2019

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Carolyne H. Barry (20 July 194316 June 2015; age 71), 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 on the 1967 Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Arena". Twenty-one years later she portrayed a female engineer in the Star Trek: The Next Generation first season episode "Home Soil".

She filmed her scene for "Arena" on Thursday 10 November 1966 at Vasquez Rocks.

Barry was a former regular on the popular TV variety show Shindig! as the girl with the horn-rimmed glasses. Some rock and roll performers to appear on the show were Roy Orbison and Michelle Phillips, as well as dancer and actress Teri Garr. In 1965 she also released a song titled "Boys Do Make Passes at Girls Who Wear Glasses". [1]

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 Star Trek: Enterprise 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).

Barry passed away on 16 June 2015 at the age of 71. [2]

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