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Elizabeth Goldstein is an actress and singer who played the holographic Bolian Alandra in the Star Trek: Voyager fifth season episode "Someone to Watch Over Me". She filmed her scenes on Wednesday 3 February 1999 on Paramount Stage 9 and is listed as "Bolian Babe" on the call sheet.

Goldstein trained acting under Ivana Chubbuck, Richard Brander, and Beverly Long and appeared in several stage plays including a version of "To Protect And To Serve" at the Gene Dynarski Theater, "Sang Sister Sang", "Advice to the Players", and "Big Baby" (2005).

Among her film work are the comedy Four Friends (1981, with Craig Wasson, Jim Metzler, David Graf, and Natalija Nogulich), the comedy How to Be a Player (1997, with Lark Voorhies), the short comedies Go with the Fro (2001, written, directed, produced, and with Marianne Lewis) and Watch Comes Around (2004), the short drama Carrie's Choice (2005), the thriller The Stolen Moments of September (2007), the comedy Spring Breakdown (2009, with Patrick Fabian, Tania Gunadi, Nicole Randall, Brandon Stacy, and Katina Waters), the short thriller Breathe (2010), the short comedy Big Bully Bank (2010), and the horror film Dead Border (2013).

She also appeared in episodes of Into the Night with Rick Dees (1991, with Coleen Maloney) and Grey's Anatomy (2006).

In 2005 she produced the short thriller Hysteria. Between 2011 and 2013, Goldstein had a recurring role in the comedy series Bloomers on which she also worked as consulting producer in 2011 and soundtrack artist in 2013, performing the song "Knocked Up Ho". Under the name Liz "Lomax" Goldstein, she is also working as a singer.

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