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Eugenie Bondurant (born 27 April 1961; age 60) is an actress from New Orleans, Louisiana, who appeared in three episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. She might be best known for her portrayal of Tigris in the fantasy sequel The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2. The film also features Trek alumni Robert Knepper, Michelle Forbes, and Joe Chrest.

Bondurant graduated from the University of Alabama and started her career as a runway model. She studied acting and has been teaching on-camera commercial workshops. Bondurant is a cancer survivor and motivational speaker for other people with cancer.

Bondurant played in films such as Lady Boss (1992, with Phil Morris, Beth Toussaint, and Georgann Johnson), Saints and Sinners (1994), Space Truckers (1996, with Scott Leva and Bridgett Riley), Sorority House Vampires (1998), Fight Club (1999, with Tim de Zarn, Baron Jay, and Louis Ortiz), Elvis (2005), The Year of Getting to Know Us (2007), and Patsy (2008, with Reg E. Cathey and Ryan Bollman).

Her resume includes guest appearances in the television series Frasier (1993 episode "The Crucible", with Kelsey Grammer and John Rubinstein), Something Wilder (1995 episode "Hanging with Mr. Cooper"), and Arli$$ (1996 episode "Athletes ARE Role Models", with Shannon O'Hurley) as well as the video game Emperor: Battle for Dune (2002, with Michael Dorn, Hamilton Camp, Musetta Vander, Iona Morris, and Vincent Schiavelli).

Further acting work includes the short projects The Knock (2017), Tiny Bacteria (2017), Good Morning St. Pete! (2018), Mom... (2019), and Longer (2020), the horror thriller Darlin' (2019, with Donna DuPlantier), guest roles in NCIS: New Orleans (2016, with Scott Bakula and Zoe McLellan) and MacGyver (2020), the horror thriller Fear of Rain (2021), and the horror thriller The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021).

In 2019, Bondurant worked as associate producer on the short drama A Bright Second and in 2020 as director of the short comedy My Dinner with Steve. She also worked as producer and cinematographer on the film Three Dancers, Three Visual Artists, Two Filmmakers and One Piano Player (2020).

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