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Ilona Wilson (20 July 19335 September 2008; age 75) was an actress who appeared as a Nimbus III bar patron in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. She received no credit for this appearance.

Wilson started her acting career in the 1960s with appearances in episodes of The Rogues (1964, with Malachi Throne and Benjie Bancroft) and The Girl from U.N.C.L.E. (1967) and supporting roles in the comedy Walk Don't Run (1966, with Samantha Eggar, George Takei, and Miko Mayama) and the comedy The Swinger (1966, with Lance LeGault, Clegg Hoyt, and Francine Pyne).

Further acting work includes the Western comedy There Was a Crooked Man... (1970, with Paul Prokop, Bill Borzage, David Cadiente, Bob Herron, Henry Kingi, Sr., and Jack Perkins), the action drama The Mad Bomber (1973, with Don Eitner, Charles Picerni, Eddie Hice, Frank Orsatti, and Bill Quinn), the comedy How to Seduce a Woman (1974, with Billy Curtis and Bob Harks), the action film Drum (1976, with Yaphet Kotto, John Colicos, Donna Garrett, Julie Ann Johnson, and Bob Minor), and the comedy Americathon (1979, with David Opatoshu, Gene LeBell, and Jerry Maren).

Wilson guest-starred in episodes of The Governor & J.J. (1970), Cannon (1975, with Barbara Luna and Barry Atwater), and S.W.A.T. (1975, with Byron Morrow) and was a regular background actress on the first season of Hill Street Blues (1981, with James B. Sikking, Barbara Bosson, Adrian Tafoya, Bob Bryant, Dwayne McGee, Conrad Hurtt, Gene Cross, and Cassandra Foster). [1]

Among her most recent work are the television drama Elvis and Me (1988, with Anne Haney, Marshall R. Teague, and Elizabeth Hoffman), episodes of Dynasty (1987, with Joan Collins, Tom Schanley, and Robert Symonds) and L.A. Law (1989, with Corbin Bernsen, Larry Drake, Jennifer Hetrick, Tricia O'Neil, Randy Oglesby, Marnie McPhail, John Hostetter, Michael Bofshever, and Tim de Zarn), and the comedy True Identity (1991, with Frank Langella, Andreas Katsulas, Michael McKean, Christopher Collins, Lilyan Chauvin, Raymond Forchion, and Judson Scott).

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