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Dorenda Moore (born 12 March 1973; age 51) [1] is a stuntwoman, stunt actress, and stunt coordinator who portrayed three MACOs in several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise. Moore received no credit for her appearances. Her costume as S. Money was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [2] More recently, she served as stunt double for Winona Ryder in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek. [3]

Moore has doubled for stars such as Alyssa Milano (eight seasons on Charmed), Tori Spelling, Marina Sirtis, Jennifer Grey, Gina Philips, Rose McGowan, Lara Flynn Boyle, Dolly Parton, and Winona Ryder. In 2003 she was nominated for two Taurus World Stunt Awards for best overall stunt by a stuntwoman in the films Mr. Deeds and The Hot Chick.

Among her stunt resume are films such as Earth Minus Zero (1996, with Don Stark), Alien Resurrection (1997, starring Winona Ryder, with Ron Perlman, Brad Dourif, Raymond Cruz, Leland Orser, and stunts by Todd Bryant, Mark Chadwick, Mark De Alessandro, and Noon Orsatti), The Convent (2000, with Adrienne Barbeau, Elle Alexander, and Rosine "Ace" Hatem), Lost Souls (2000), Planet of the Apes (2001), Men in Black II (2002), Terminal Error (2002, with Marina Sirtis and stunts by Peewee Piemonte), and Flight of the Living Dead: Outbreak on a Plane (2007, with Erick Avari, Derek Webster, Todd Babcock, Tucker Smallwood, David Spielberg, and stunts by Shawn Crowder, Rosine "Ace" Hatem, Kim Robert Koscki, Nancy Thurston, Spice Williams, and Boni Yanagisawa).

Moore has also performed stunts and stunt acting parts in television series such as Charmed (1998-2006), Normal People, Mad TV, Heroes, My Name Is Earl, Roswell (starring William Sadler), Sliders, and Crossing Jordan (2005, with Miguel Ferrer, Andrew Borba, Susan Gibney, and Barry Wiggins).

In 2010 Moore received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Stunt Coordination for her work on the action series Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight at the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards. Moore is the first stunt coordinator who received this award. Among the nominees was fellow Star Trek stunt performer Michael Cassidy for his work on the soap The Bold and the Beautiful. [4]

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