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Jennifer S. Parsons (born 31 March 1949; age 75) is an actress who played an Ocampa nurse in the Star Trek: Voyager first season episode "Caretaker" and Miranda O'Brien in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fifth season episode "Children of Time".

Parsons' screen acting career ranges from the early 1980s to the late 2010s and mostly consists of television guest appearances. She can be seen in episodes of series such as Remington Steele, the 1980s reboot of The Twilight Zone (with Robert Duncan McNeill and James Cromwell, directed by Paul Lynch), Murder, She Wrote (with William Windom, Vyto Ruginis, and Bill Blair), Murder One (with Barbara Bosson, Clayton Rohner, Jack Kehler, John Fleck, and Rosalind Ingledew), Chicago Hope (starring Jayne Brook), Seven Days (starring Norman Lloyd, with Alan Scarfe and Michael Bailey Smith), The X-Files (with Wade Andrew Williams and Scott MacDonald), 7th Heaven (starring Stephen Collins and Catherine Hicks, with Jeff Austin), The West Wing (with Faran Tahir), Judging Amy, JAG (starring Scott Lawrence and Zoe McLellan, with Corbin Bernsen and Ned Vaughn), The O.C. (with Jeri Ryan and Autumn Reeser), Boston Legal (starring William Shatner and René Auberjonois, with Ron Canada and Christopher Carroll), Without a Trace (starring Enrique Murciano, with Bill Smitrovich), Bones (with Randy Oglesby and directed by Allan Kroeker), and How to Get Away with Murder (with Famke Janssen, Amirah Vann, Spencer Garrett, and Jeff Austin).

Her very few film credits include Never Been Kissed (1999, with Cress Williams and David Doty) and Dragonfly (2002, with Casey Biggs, Leslie Hope, Heidi Swedberg, Samantha Smith, Joseph Will, David Doty, and Gillian Vigman).

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