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Jennifer Savidge (born 6 July 1952; age 68) is the actress who played Trentin Fala in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fifth season episode "The Darkness and the Light".

Savidge is best known for her roles as Nurse Lucy Papandrao, a regular on St. Elsewhere, and as Commander Amy Helfman, a recurring character on JAG. Her role on the former series was her first television work; among her co-stars on the show were fellow Star Trek alumni William Daniels, Chad Allen, Jeff Allin, Ed Begley, Jr., Ronny Cox, Bruce Greenwood, Norman Lloyd, Deborah May, France Nuyen, Brian Tochi, Alfre Woodard, and Jane Wyatt. During her time on JAG, she worked alongside the likes of Jolene Blalock, David Andrews, Erick Avari, Bill Cobbs, Richard Cox, Corbin Bernsen, Steven Culp, Scott Lawrence, Zoe McLellan, Phil Morris, Mark Moses, Natalia Nogulich, Ken Olandt, Brock Peters, Dean Stockwell, and Kitty Swink.

In 1989, Savidge co-starred with fellow DS9 guest performer Craig Wasson in the short-lived series For Jenny with Love. That same year, she and Glenn Morshower guest-starred on the series Life Goes On, starring Bill Smitrovich and Ray Buktenica. Prior to this, she had appeared with Robert O'Reilly and Jay Robinson in a 1983 episode of Scarecrow and Mrs. King and with Robin Curtis and Molly Hagan in the 1988 TV movie Shootdown. She later had guest spots on Sisters (with Ashley Judd and Raphael Sbarge), L.A. Law (with Corbin Bernsen, Larry Drake, Madge Sinclair, Concetta Tomei, and William Windom), Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (with K Callan, Teri Hatcher, and Tony Jay), Snoops (with Casey Biggs), FreakyLinks (with Connor Trinneer and Dennis Christopher), and The District (with Roger Aaron Brown and Joanna Cassidy).

Savidge also has a few film credits to her name, including Clifford (1994) and Evolution (2001). The latter film also featured Gregory Itzin and Sarah Silverman.

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