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Georgia King (born 18 November 1986; age 37) is a Scottish actress who voiced Petra Aberdeen in the Star Trek: Lower Decks third season episodes "Reflections", "Trusted Sources", and "The Stars At Night". She also voiced the Bajoran outpost scientist in "Reflections".

The daughter of actor Jonathan Hyde and opera singer Isobel Buchanan, King made her acting debut in the BBC's Jane Eyre, followed by supporting roles in the 2007 TV films The History of Mr Polly and The Shadow in the North. In 2008, she co-starred in the teenage comedy Wild Child and had a supporting role in the historical drama The Duchess. The same year, she had a supporting role in the BBC miniseries adaptation of Little Dorrit.

In 2009, King played supporting parts in the comedy sequel St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold and the slasher film Tormented. In 2010, she guest starred in the whodunit series Agatha Christie's Poirot and the BBC fantasy series Merlin, and had a small part in Burke & Hare (2010, with Simon Pegg).

In 2011, she played a recurring role in three episodes of the drama series Sugartown. The following year she appeared in an episode of Skins as well as Cockneys vs Zombies (2012, starring Harry Treadaway).

King made her US television debut in 2012, co-starring in the comedy series The New Normal, where she played her best known role as Goldie, the surrogate mother to a gay couple. George Takei and Van Epperson appeared in guest roles in this sitcom which was cancelled after one season.

King had a supporting role in the 2013 comedy Austenland alongside James Callis and co-starred in the 2015 comedy thriller Kill Your Friends. In 2017, she co-starred in the TV comedy film Raised by Wolves, starring Lulu Wilson, and in 2018, Parallel.

In 2016-17, King played a recurring role in the comedy series Vice Principals (with Jennifer Gatti). In 2020, she appeared in Devs, starring Alison Pill and co-starred with Kether Donohue in the comedy series Royalties.

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