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Diane Pepper is a hair stylist who worked on Star Trek Nemesis, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise.

Her work on VOY earned her an Emmy Award for Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series in 1997 for the episode "Fair Trade", shared with Josée Normand, Suzan Bagdadi, Karen Asano-Myers, Monique DeSart, Charlotte Parker, Jo Ann Phillips, and Frank Fontaine, and an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series in 1998 for the episodes "The Killing Game", shared with Josée Normand, Charlotte Parker, Viviane Normand, Gloria Montemayor, Chris McBee, Mimi Jafari, Ruby Ford, Delree F. Todd, Laura Connolly, Hazel Catmull, Adele Taylor, Barbara Ronci, and Lola McNalley.

In 2003 Pepper won a Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award for Best Period Hair Styling - Television Series for her work on American Dreams which she shared with fellow Enterprise hair stylist Cheri Ruff.

Pepper started in the '80s as hair stylist on the comedy It's My Turn (1980), the comedy Lookin' to Get Out (1982, with makeup artist Robert Dawn), and the television series Magnum, P.I. (1981), Dallas (1985-1986), and Newheart (1988). In the '90s Pepper worked as hair stylist on the comedy series Perfect Strangers (1991), Wolfgang Petersen's thriller Outbreak (1995, with Ellis Burman, Jr., Vivian McAteer, June Westmore, and Monty Westmore), the comedy Mother (1996), the science fiction comedy Men in Black (1997), and the horror remake House on Haunted HIll (1999, with David Abbott, Garrett Immel, Faith Vecchio, Patricia Vecchio, and Alan Tuskes).

More recent credits as hair stylist include the action drama The Perfect Storm (2000), the horror thriller Lost Souls (2000, starring Winona Ryder), the comedy series Go Fish (2001), the comedy The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest (2002), the comedy series All That (2003-2004), the drama Elizabethtown (2005, starring Kirsten Dunst), the fantasy sequel Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006), and the comedy series American Body Shop (2007).

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