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'''Gina Ravera''' {{born|20|May|1966}} is an actress of African-American descent with Native American and European ancestry who played the role of [[Ensign]] {{dis|Tyler|female}} in the {{s|TNG}} [[TNG Season 7|seventh season]] episode {{e|Phantasms}}. Like in this episode, she was often listed as '''Gina Ravarra,''' which is her birth name.
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'''Gina Ravera''' {{born|20|May|1966}} is an actress of African-American descent with Native American and European ancestry who played the role of [[Ensign]] {{dis|Tyler|female}} in the {{s|3}} [[TNG Season 7|seventh season]] episode {{e|Phantasms}}. Like in this episode, she was often listed as '''Gina Ravarra,''' which is her birth name.
   
 
She has made a number of television and film appearances since her debut in 1990 in ''Lambada'' and ''The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air''. She also made appearances in ''White Mile'' (1994, with [[Robert Picardo]], [[Jacqueline Kim]], [[Dakin Matthews]], [[Ken Jenkins]], [[Dan Kern]], [[Fionnula Flanagan]], [[Dan Gilvezan]], [[Don McManus]], [[Brett Porter]], [[Brian Markinson]], [[Ken Thorley]] and stuntman [[Tom Lupo]]), ''W.E.I.R.D. World'' (1995, with [[Cyia Batten]], [[Scott Nimerfro]], and [[Clayton Rohner]]), and ''Showgirls'' (1995, with [[Michelle Johnston]] and [[Eric Ritter]]).
 
She has made a number of television and film appearances since her debut in 1990 in ''Lambada'' and ''The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air''. She also made appearances in ''White Mile'' (1994, with [[Robert Picardo]], [[Jacqueline Kim]], [[Dakin Matthews]], [[Ken Jenkins]], [[Dan Kern]], [[Fionnula Flanagan]], [[Dan Gilvezan]], [[Don McManus]], [[Brett Porter]], [[Brian Markinson]], [[Ken Thorley]] and stuntman [[Tom Lupo]]), ''W.E.I.R.D. World'' (1995, with [[Cyia Batten]], [[Scott Nimerfro]], and [[Clayton Rohner]]), and ''Showgirls'' (1995, with [[Michelle Johnston]] and [[Eric Ritter]]).
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