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Damara C. Reilly (born 17 October 1951; age 69) is an actress who played a Quarren surgeon in the Star Trek: Voyager seventh season episode "Workforce, Part II". Her costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Reilly is also a professional dancer and choreographer and has performed in several stage plays.

Reilly guest starred in television series such as Midnight Caller (1990, episode Protection, alongside Richard Herd and Gregory Sierra), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1998, episode Dealer's Choice, with Michael Durrell, Michelle Phillips, and Leigh Taylor-Young), Frasier (2001, episode It Takes Two to Tangle, starring Kelsey Grammer and guest starring Barbara Babcock and Michael Canavan), ER (2001, episode April Showers, with Lily Mariye, Michelle Bonilla, and Casey Biggs), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2002, episode Revenge Is Best Served Cold, with Cliff DeYoung, Hilary Shepard Turner, Todd Stashwick, and Josef Cannon), Without a Trace (2003, episode Underground Railroad, with regular Enrique Murciano, and with Natalia Nogulich and John Rubinstein), Threat Matrix (2003, episode Cold Cash, with Denise Crosby, Colby French, and James Castle Stevens), and Medium (2006, episode Ghost in the Machine).

Among her film credits are the television film Babies (1990, with Robert Harper and Robert Pine), For My Daughter's Honor (1996, with Tom Virtue and Steve Rankin), Rusty: A Dog's Tale (1998, with Vincent Schiavelli and Frank Welker), the horror thriller Neighboorhood Watch (2005), and the comedy Art School Confidential (2006, with Adam Scott).

More recent projects include the drama Small Town Saturday Night (2009, starring Chris Pine and Robert Pine) and the horror film Maneater (2009, with Christopher Darga).

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