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Lise Simms (born 17 March 1963; age 56) is an actress, singer and dancer. In 1997, she appeared as Annorax's wife in the Star Trek: Voyager fourth season episode "Year of Hell, Part II" for which she filmed her scene on Tuesday 26 August 1997 on Paramount Stage 16. She also voiced the character of Lieutenant Commander T'Andorla in the video game Star Trek: Away Team, released in 2001. Her Voyager costume was previously worn by actress Susan Diol in the second season episode "Lifesigns" and later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1]

Other television series in which she has made guest appearances include Love & War (with Suzie Plakson), 3rd Rock from the Sun (with Shay Astar), Sisters (with Stephen Collins and Mark Rolston), Providence (with Concetta Tomei), Ladies Man (with Sharon Lawrence and Stephen Root), and the newer Dragnet (with Michael Bofshever and Robert Hooks). She also appeared in the films The Dentist (1996, starring Corbin Bernsen), The Omega Code (1999, with Robert Ito and Robert O'Reilly), and Dragonfly (2002, with Susanna Thompson, Casey Biggs, Heidi Swedberg, and William Dennis Hunt).

She starred in the Disney Channel television series Phil of the Future for the show's entire run between 2004 and 2006. In 2012 she played Dr. Sedwick in five episodes of the daily soap Days of Our Lives.

More recently, Simms guest starred in episodes of Bones (2013, with Robert Pine and Joanna Cassidy), Grey's Anatomy (2015), The Odd Couple (2015), and Castle (2015, with Tony Plana and directed by Larry Shaw), and was featured in the crime thriller Bad Sister (2015).

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