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Linda Li is an actress who appeared in two episodes of the third season of Star Trek: Voyager and in Star Trek: Insurrection. She received no credit for her appearances.

Li appeared as background actress in over two-hundred television and film projects. Among her appearances are episodes of Suddenly Susan (1996, with Marjean Holden), Home Improvement (1996), Baywatch Nights (1997), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997, with Anthony Stewart Head, Armin Shimerman, Jeff Smolek, and Brian Avery), Hang Time (1997, with Megan Parlen), Family Matters (1998), and Malcolm & Eddie (1998, with Tucker Smallwood).

Film work includes featured and supporting roles in the fantasy sequel The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997, with Robin Sachs, Ian Abercrombie, Harry Hutchinson, Billy Brown, Katy Boyer, Marjean Holden, Jacqueline Schultz, Tory Christopher, Henry Kingi, Sr., and J. Patrick McCormack), the video game Wing Commander: Prophecy (1997, with Brad Greenquist, Jeremy Roberts, and Cazimir Milostan), the romance Living Out Loud (1998, with Jenette Goldstein, Gina Philips, Henry Woronicz, Willie Garson, and Laura Jane Salvato), the thriller BitterSweet (1999, with Carl Ciarfalio, John Snyder, Mike Massa, and Maria R. Kelly), the comedy Edtv (1999, with Geoffrey Blake, Don Most, Steve Kehela, Googy Gress, Barry Wiggins, Clint Howard, Cyndi Pass, Gina Hecht, Bob Sarlatte, and Greg Bronson), the television science fiction film The Sky's on Fire (1999, with John Billingsley and Richard Penn), the drama Snow Falling on Cedars (1999, with James Cromwell, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Caroline Kava, and Barry Brandt), the crime thriller The General's Daughter (1999), and the fantasy thriller What Lies Beneath (2000, with Jennifer Tung and J.C. Brandy).

In 2009, Li appeared in the reality television show Intervention episode "Linda" in which she talks about her diagnosis of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a rare disorder characterized by joint dislocations and her following addiction of the strong painkiller fentanyl. However, further reports diagnosed her with a delusional disorder. [1] [2]

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