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Diane DiLascio (born 1 July 1966; age 53) is the actress who played Riaan in the Star Trek: Enterprise first season episode "Civilization".

Between June 1985 and December 1986, DiLascio played replacement roles as one of Nimue's Nymphs and ensemble player in the musical Camelot, starring and directed by Richard Harris which toured through the United States. [2]

From 1997 through 1998, DiLascio was a regular on the Emmy Award nominated drama series Fame L.A. along with Matt Winston and Andy Milder. She also worked with Efrain Figueroa, Sam Anderson, Deborah Lacey, Caitlin McKenna, Leslie Redden, Chris Palermo, Monica Staggs, Melissa Vinicor, and David Lee Smith on this series.

Television guest appearances include episodes of Daddy Dearest (1993, executive produced by Billy Van Zandt), Law & Order (1993), Walker, Texas Ranger (1994, with Noble Willingham, Earl Billings, and Patrick Kilpatrick), Fortune Hunter (1994), Tales from the Crypt (1994, with Stephen Liska and John Kassir), Murder, She Wrote (1994, with Gregg Henry and Robert Pine), Babylon 5 (1995, with Claudia Christian, Brian Cousins, Judy Levitt, Christopher Michael, and Walter Koenig and created, written, and executive produced by J. Michael Straczynski), New York Undercover (1996), Swift Justice (1996), The Burning Zone (1997, with Michael Harris, James Black, Michael Buchman Silver, and Adrian Sparks), Players (1998, directed by Richard Compton), L.A. Doctors (1998, with David Bowe, Benito Martinez, Barbara Tarbuck, Patti Tippo, Bahni Turpin, and Mel Winkler), JAG (1999, with Leigh J. McCloskey, Paul Collins, Ray Buktenica, and Brian George), Poltergeist: The Legacy (1997 and 1999, starring Helen Shaver), The Practice (2001, with John de Lancie, Steven Flynn, and Jeremy Roberts), ER (2001, with Ed Lauter, Colby French, Brad Blaisdell, Derek Webster, Michael Garvey, and Lena Milan), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2005, with Wil Wheaton, Wallace Langham, and Tina Lifford), Justice (2006, with Victor Garber and Tom Virtue), and Close to Home (2007, with Cress Williams, Anne Ramsay, Freda Foh Shen, and Tom Wright).

DiLascio's film credits include the romance Angie (1994, with Ray Xifo, April Grace, and Lena Banks), the action film Midnight Man (1995, with Bill Bolender, James Lew, Eric Pierpoint, Steven Vincent Leigh, Juli Donald, and Garret T. Sato), the drama Driven (1996, with Richard Riehle, Tony Todd, Joseph Culp, Spencer Garrett, Eric Pierpoint, and Daniel Roebuck), the action thriller Renegade Force (1998, with Dick Butler) [3], and the television movie Jane Doe: Ties That Bind (2007, with Bruce French, Kimble Jemison, Joanna Miles, Lorna Raver, and Time Winters and directed by James A. Contner).

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