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Irene Roseen is an actress who appeared as a Vulcan elder in 2009's Star Trek.

Roseen started her acting career in the late '70s with an appearance in the drama I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (1977, with Mary Carver, Clint Howard, and Nancy Parsons) and appeared from the '80s on regular in movies and television series such as Tales from the Darkside (1987), The Charmings (1987, with Paul Eiding and Paul Winfield), Lou Antonio's television thriller Dark Holiday (1989, with Ian Abercrombie), the comedy Calendar Girl (1993), the television special Hart to Hart: Home Is Where the Hart Is (1994, with Mitchell Ryan and Brian Cousins), the horror film Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994), and the short film Son for Sail (1995, with John Vickery).

Roseen had guest roles in the television series ER (1995, with Christine Harnos and Adam Scott), Picket Fences (1996, with Kelly Connell, Ray Walston, Louise Fletcher, Lisa Chess, and Mark L. Taylor), Married with Children (1997), Encore! Encore! (1998), The Young and the Restless (2000), Judging Amy (2000, with Sara Mornell), Gideon's Crossing (2001, with Christine Healy, Fran Bennett, Freda Foh Shen, and Pinky Villaseñor), The Guardian (2001, with Raphael Sbarge and Lawrence Pressman), According to Jim (2002, with Dennis Cockrum), LAX (2004, with Ron Fassler and Iona Morris), In Justice (2006, with John Balma), Criminal Minds (2006, with Ethan Phillips and Scott Wilder), and Bones (2006, with Jim Jansen).

Her film credits include the short film Qiana (1996, with Paul Dooley), the thriller L.A. Confidential (1997, with James Cromwell and Matt McCoy), the television drama Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999, with Brent Spiner and Vulcan co-star Mark Bramhall), the thriller Buddy Boy (1999), the comedy The Next Best Thing (2000), the television comedy Running Mates (2000, with Teri Hatcher, Bob Gunton, Bruce McGill, Wayne Pere, Matt Malloy, Bruce Bohne, Bob Clendenin, Katelin Petersen, and Jack Shearer), the drama Beautiful (2000), the comedy The Family Man (2000, with Saul Rubinek), the comedy How High (2001), the drama Speakeasy (2002, with Christopher McDonald), the television special McBride: The Chameleon Murder (2005, with Marta DuBois, John Larroquette, Terrence Beasor, and Mike Baldridge), the comedy Wedding Crashers (2005), the comedy The Benchwarmers (2006), and the drama Miriam (2006).

More recent projects are a guest role in the drama series Mad Men (2007), the comedy The Happiest Day of His Life (2007, with Harry Groener, Julie Cobb, and Seymour Cassel), and the comedy Evan Almighty (2007, with Jimmy Bennett, Harve Presnell, Rachael Harris, Bruce Gray, Paul Collins, William Dennis Hunt, Tucker Smallwood, and Gregg Daniel).

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