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Lily Acain is an actress who appeared as a holographic Hawaiian woman in the Star Trek: Voyager third season episode "Alter Ego". She received no credit for her appearance but is listed on the call sheets of the episode.
Acain was also featured in episodes of Jake and the Fatman (1989-1990, with Ed Wiley, Mimi Craven, Terry O'Quinn, and George O'Hanlon, Jr.), Dream On (1994, with Chris Demetral and Timothy Carhart), Campus Cops (1995, with Don Ruffin), Weird Science (1996, with Dick Miller), One West Waikiki (1996), Women: Stories of Passion (1997), Brooklyn South (1998, with James Sikking, Titus Welliver, Don Stark, Mark Kiely, Brigid Brannagh, Lindsey Ginter, and Scott Trost), Jenny (1998, with Christopher Carroll, Lisa Lord, and Keone Young), The Aqua Girls (1998, with Eric Sharp and Louahn Lowe), and Baywatch (1999, with Jason Brooks).
Film work includes the drama Goodbye Paradise (1991), the action comedy Beverly Hills Cop III (1994, with Eugene Collier, Jimmy Ortega, Ousaun Elam, Tim Gilbert, Rick Avery, L.L. Ginter, Timothy Carhart, Stephen McHattie, Nichole McAuley, Symba Smith, Albie Selznick, Charles Chun, Lena Banks, and Bob Minor), the drama North (1994, with Jason Alexander, Keone Young, Fritz Sperberg, Glenn Walker Harris, Jr., Rosalind Chao, Darwyn Carson, and Robert Costanzo), the documentary Exposed: TV's Lifeguard Babes (1996), and the independent film Slipping Into Darkness (2000).
Acain worked as assistant editor on the drama A Rock and a Hard Place (1999), as associate producer on the short drama Trade Winds film (2013), and as assistant director on the short thriller The Watchguard (2014) and the comedy Bacon Flavored Girlfriend (2015).
Today, Acain has been known as Lily Kalev. She is a licensed massage therapist and studied and trained film making on Hawaii. She owned a catering service, worked as chef, model and acting instructor, and founded the agency Aloha Casting, LLC in 2013.