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DonnaMarie Recco (born 20 May 1975; age 44) is an actress who played the female version of Dee'Ahn in the Star Trek: Enterprise first season episode "Two Days and Two Nights". Her costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay and was previously worn by background actress Dene Doucette in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Someone to Watch Over Me". 
Recco was born in Brooklyn, New York and is a skilled comedienne. She has performed in several stage plays and has also her own radio show on Let's Talk Recovery. She appeared on such television shows as The Sopranos (1999), Law & Order (2000), NYPD Blue (2003, with Gordon Clapp, Shelly Desai, and Lori Petty), and Judging Amy (2004, with Kevin Rahm and Juliana Donald).
Among her feature films are the action comedy 3 Ninjas Kick Back (1994, with Caroline Junko King, Angelo Tiffe, Don Stark, and Robert Miano), Harold Ramis' comedy Analyze This (1999, with Dan Barringer) and its sequel Analyze That (2002), the comedy View From the Top (2003, with Concetta Tomei), and the fantasy film SpaceDisco One (2007). Further credits include the short film Officer Down (2008), the horror thriller Two: Thirteen (2008), and the comedy Finding Bliss (2008, with Michael Harris) on which she also worked as music supervisor and wrote and performed the title song "Finding Bliss".
Recco resides in Hollywood and has spent much of her time as caretaker for hospice patients.