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Marina "Holiday" Freeman (born 6 November) is an actress who was a regular background actress on the three Star Trek spin-off television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: Voyager. As a background performer she received no credit for her appearances. Her costume from the episode "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges" was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Beside acting since 1991, Freeman has also been a hand and feet body double and model, signed with BodyPartsModels, Inc. [2] She worked as stand-in on the Academy Award winning drama American Beauty in 1999 and appeared as actress in the video game Heavy Gear (1997, with Scott Klace and Jerry Rector), the television series Hard Copy, Frasier (1993, with Kelsey Grammer and Tory Christopher), Getting Personal (1998), Days of Our Lives, The Big Bang Theory (with William Bebow), General Hospital, and Dharma & Greg, the television drama Barbarians at the Gate (1993, with Joanna Cassidy, Bruce French, and Mark Harelik) and as a Nygmatech party guest in the comic adaptation Batman Forever (1995, with Rene Auberjonois, Eileen Seeley, Michael Scranton, and Kevin Grevioux).

In 1996, Freeman portrayed Lillian the secretary in the television movie Soul of the Game (with Salli Elise Richardson, Gina Ravarra, Jerry Hardin, Richard Riehle, Mimi Cozzens, Erika Flores, Bob Minor, Wayne King, Jr., and Jimmy Ortega).

In addition, she had a background role as an onlooker in the Desperate Housewives episode "Bang" (2006) which also featured Brenda Strong, Teri Hatcher, Michael Durrell, Michael Bofshever, Shawn Crowder, and casting by Junie Lowry-Johnson.

More recently, Freeman worked as stand-in for Cyndi Lauper and other actresses on the television series Bones (2013), appeared as a churchgoer in The Middle episode "The Potatoe" (2013, with Dierk Torsek and Bill Blair), and worked as stand-in on the television mystery film The After (2014, with Sharon Lawrence).

Star Trek appearances

Recurring appearance

(This list is currently incomplete.)

Stand-in work

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