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'''Kaitlin Hopkins''' {{born|1|February|1964}} played [[Kilana]] in {{s|DS9}}{{'}}s one hundredth episode, {{e|The Ship}}. She also appeared in the {{s|VOY}} episode {{e|Live Fast and Prosper}} as [[Dala]]. She also portrayed [[The Doctor]] in that same episode when he was impersonating her character Dala.
 
'''Kaitlin Hopkins''' {{born|1|February|1964}} played [[Kilana]] in {{s|DS9}}{{'}}s one hundredth episode, {{e|The Ship}}. She also appeared in the {{s|VOY}} episode {{e|Live Fast and Prosper}} as [[Dala]]. She also portrayed [[The Doctor]] in that same episode when he was impersonating her character Dala.
   
Other television appearances include guest roles in ''Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman'', ''Wings'', ''The Practice'' and ''Spin City''.
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Other television appearances include guest roles in ''Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman'' (with [[Chad Allen]], [[Barbara Babcock]], [[Frank Collison]], and [[Hélène Udy]]), ''Wings'' (with fellow DS9 guest star [[Steven Weber]]), ''The Practice'' (with [[Stan Ivar]], [[Clancy Brown]]) and ''Spin City'' (with [[Alan Ruck]]).
   
 
Her motion picture credits include ''Runaway Dreams'' (1989), ''Spirits'' (1992), ''Ted'' (1998, with [[Lee Arenberg]]) and ''Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles'' (2001).
 
Her motion picture credits include ''Runaway Dreams'' (1989), ''Spirits'' (1992), ''Ted'' (1998, with [[Lee Arenberg]]) and ''Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles'' (2001).

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Kaitlin Hopkins (born 1 February 1964; age 55) played Kilana in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's one hundredth episode, "The Ship". She also appeared in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Live Fast and Prosper" as Dala. She also portrayed The Doctor in that same episode when he was impersonating her character Dala.

Other television appearances include guest roles in Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (with Chad Allen, Barbara Babcock, Frank Collison, and Hélène Udy), Wings (with fellow DS9 guest star Steven Weber), The Practice (with Stan Ivar, Clancy Brown) and Spin City (with Alan Ruck).

Her motion picture credits include Runaway Dreams (1989), Spirits (1992), Ted (1998, with Lee Arenberg) and Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001).

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