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Janet Dey (born 8 November 1940; age 80) is an actress who appeared in episodes of Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise. For "Time and Again", she filmed her scenes on Wednesday 9 November 1994 on Paramount Stage 16. For "Someone to Watch Over Me", Dey filmed her scenes on Wednesday 3 February 1999 and Thursday 4 February 1999 on Paramount Stage 9. For "Broken Bow", she filmed her scene on 5 June 2001 on Paramount Stage 18.

During the '60s and '70s, Dey had guest parts in the television series Arrest and Trial (1964, with Whit Bissell, Roger Perry, and Ken Lynch), Perry Mason (1964, with Michael Ansara), The Beverly Hillbillies (1964), The Munsters (1965), Police Story (1974, with Dean Stockwell and William Shatner), and The Rockford Files (1977, with Malachi Throne). She was featured in the drama Brothers (1977, with Bernie Casey and David Clover), the science fiction film Laserblast (1978), the thriller Eye for an Eye (1996, with Armin Shimerman, Natalia Nogulich, Nicholas Cascone, Wayne Péré, Sierra Pecheur, Angela Paton, Michael Buchman Silver, Marie Chambers, Robert Clendenin, Jack Janda, and David R. Maier), and the comedy Senseless (1998, with Jenette Goldstein, Brad Dourif, Richard McGonagle, Greg Grunberg, Alexander Enberg, Manu Intiraymi, Ivar Brogger, Cyia Batten, Jack Shearer, John Wilkie, Bruce Dobos, Rubin Knight, Len Costanza, and Andray Johnson). She also appeared as a restaurant patron in the Columbo episode "A Trace of Murder" (1997, with Raye Birk, Dion Anderson, Maury Sterling, Woody Porter, Michael Bailous, Dieter Hornemann, and Andray Johnson).

More recent work include standing-in for actress Diane Keaton on the comedy Something's Gotta Give (2003, with fellow stand-in Rob McCabe), playing Valentina in the comedy Chasing Tchaikovsky (2007, with Sam Zeller), and the elderly Cassie in the drama Have Dreams, Will Travel (2007, with Stephen Root and Ethan Phillips).

More recently, Dey appeared in the television comedy Corn Star (2013).

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