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Kitty DeCarlo is an actress and stand-up comedian who appeared as an alien woman in the Star Trek: Enterprise pilot episode "Broken Bow". According to the call sheet, DeCarlo filmed her scenes as "Female Alien C" on Friday, 25 May 2001 on location at the Redondo Power Plant in Los Angeles, California.
DeCarlo remembered from this day, that she "was supposed to be a sick alien returning from work. But she didn't look that sick so they put her behind a window to walk back and forth as a shadow." (Information from Ms. DeCarlo via mail)
DeCarlo's first acting job was as the perfume counter saleswoman in Blake Edward's comedy 10 in 1979. This job also earned her the SAG union card. The film also featured John Hancock, William Lucking, Jeannetta Arnette, Michael Champion, Lisa Chess, Jerry Summers, and Diamond Farnsworth.
She worked as regular background actress on the television series Crumbs (2006, with Laura Renault and Kevin Rahm), Bones, Teachers, and Breaking In (2011-2012, with Christian Slater). Other television work includes episodes of iCarly, Liz and Dick, Mad Men, Grey's Anatomy, Beverly Hills Pawn, and The Mindy Project (2013).
DeCarlo worked as stand-in and photo double for Anne Elizabeth Ramsay on the television series Hawthorne (2009-2011), for Didi Conn on Gigantic (2011), for Annie Potts Animal Practice (2012), for Patricia Heaton on The Middle, for Liza Minelli on Arrested Development, for Sally Field on a Boniva photo shoot and on the drama Lincoln (2012, with Bruce McGill, Grainger Hines, Dakin Matthews, and Gregory Itzin), and for Marcia Gay Harden on the comedy Get a Job (2016, with Bruce Davison, Megan Gallagher, John Cho).
Among her film work are the war drama Flags of Our Fathers (2006), as Nurse Gloria in the horror remake Halloween (2007, with Malcolm McDowell, Brad Dourif, Richard Lynch, Clint Howard, Tom Towles, Daniel Roebuck, Sid Haig, Andreana Weiner, John DeMita, and Richard Fancy), the Academy Award winning drama The Artist (2011, with James Cromwell, Ed Lauter, Malcolm McDowell, Hal Landon, Jr., Andy Milder, Annie O'Donnell, Bill Blair, and Tim de Zarn), the comedy The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013, with Ron Ostrow and Derek Graf), the fantasy film Oz the Great and Powerful (2013), the musical comedy Lucky Stiff (2014, with Jason Alexander, Herschel Sparber, and Arne Starr), the comedy Fifty Shades of Black (2016), and the television drama All the Way (2016, with Frank Langella, Stephen Root, Ray Wise, Ken Jenkins, Aisha Hinds, Spencer Garrett, Randy Oglesby, Hal Landon, Jr., Dan Desmond, Stoney Westmoreland, Regi Davis, Kevin Brief, Kerry Hoyt, Jeff Witzke, Dan Sachoff, Dale E. Turner, and Ethan Phillips).