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Fran Murphy is a costumer who worked on several Star Trek projects. In addition, she was a key costumer for Borg Invasion 4D at Star Trek: The Experience.

Murphy started to work in the costume department as wardrobe's assistant and costumer/ set costumer on the horror sequel Child's Play 3 (1991), the comedy Beethoven (1992), the comedy series Major Dad (1991-1993), the television drama A Burning Passion: The Margaret Mitchell Story (1994), and the television drama Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge (1994).

Further credits as costumer include the drama Carried Away (1996, with Lisa A. Doyle and Anette Czagany), the television thriller Dead Man's Island (1996, starring William Shatner), the comedy First Kid (1996), the drama The War at Home (1996), the thriller Truth or Consequences, N.M. (1997), the television drama Gia (1998, with Sonny Merritt), the comedy series Working (1997-1998), the television special Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman: The Movie (1999), the crime comedy O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000, with Cha Blevins and Steve Constancio), the fantasy comedy Little Nicky (2000), and the thriller Joy Ride (2001, with Bega Metzner).

Murphy worked as additional costumer on the fantasy blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003, with Rochelle Best), the comedy remake Starsky & Hutch (2004, with Lois DeArmond and Grace Pyke), the comic adpatation Spider-Man 2 (2004), the comedy Sleepover (2004), the comedy Spanglish (2004), the television drama Lackawanna Blues (2005), and the drama The Pursuit of Happyness (2006). Credits as key costumer/ set costumer include the biographic drama Ray (2004), the comedy Guess Who (2005), the sport comedy The Longest Yard (2005), the comedy The TV Set (2006), the musical drama Dreamgirls (2006), the television western Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007), and the comedy series Out of Jimmy's Head (2007).

More recently Murphy was an additional costumer on the comedy Semi-Pro (2008) and the television series Bones (2007-2009) and Flash Forward (2009).

Star Trek credits

(This list is currently incomplete.)

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