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Lynne Burnett (born 4 March 1970; age 51) is an actress who appeared in two episodes of Star Trek: Voyager. She first appeared as an alien protestor in the first season episode "Time and Again" for which she filmed her scenes on location at Tillman Water Reclamation Plant on Tuesday 8 November 1994 and then as a Romulan officer in the fourth season episode "Message in a Bottle" for which she filmed her scenes on Tuesday 7 October 1997 on Paramount Stage 9. Burnett received no credit for these appearances but was identified by the call sheets of the episodes.
Burnett has started her acting career in the 1980s and appeared in the action drama Viper (1988, with Jeff Kober and Stephen R. Hudis) and in the comedy Folle d'elle (1998, with Dominic Keating, Whitney Rydbeck, and Howard Shangraw). She was also featured in episodes of NYPD Blue (1996, with Gordon Clapp, Willie Garson, Andrew Kavovit, and Charles S. Chun), Kenan & Kel (1999), The Bold and the Beautiful (1996 and 2004, with Symba Smith), and Girlfriends (2005, with Golden Brooks and Bernie Casey and executive produced by Kelsey Grammer).
In 2006, she wrote, produced, casted, and starred in the short comedy Diamond Real Estate which features Donnell Turner. She has also been a freelance writer for the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper and wrote and produced the Reggie Miller Show.
More recent acting work includes the mystery sequel The X Files: I Want to Believe (2008, with stand-in Fiona Vroom and ADR voices by Rif Hutton and Nicholas Guest) and the Class Dismissed episode "Class Is Loose" (2016).