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Melanie Hathorn is the actress who appeared as a sciences officer in several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. As a background actress she received no credit for her appearances but was identified by the call sheets for the episodes. On several call sheets she is also listed as Hawthorne. According to the call sheets, she filmed bridge scenes for the fourth season episode "Qpid", Ten Forward scenes for the fifth season episodes "New Ground", "The Outcast", and "Cost Of Living", scenes in the cargo bay for the episode "Ethics", and corridor scenes for the episode "The Perfect Mate" but these were not part of the final episodes.

According to a makeup and hair continuity Polaroid she filmed a scene for the sixth season episode "Birthright, Part II" but was not part of the final episode.

Besides her work on Star Trek, Hathorn was a stand-in on Pentathlon (1994, with David Soul, Daniel Riordan, Barry Lynch, Buddy Joe Hooker, Bobby Bass, Kristopher Logan, Lena Banks, and Johnny Martin) and appeared as Amy in the horror film Lukas' Child (1993, with Phil O'Dell).

Other background work include Beverly Hills, 90210 (1991), Dynasty: The Reunion (1991, with Joan Collins, Robin Sachs, Tony Jay, Wendie Malick, Keone Young, Evelyn Guerrero, Jeff O'Haco, Ray Reinhardt, Renna Bogdanowicz, Phil Culotta, Bruce Dobos, Peter Eastman, Michael Echols, Bill Blair, Steve Hershon, Debra Dilley, and Curt Truman), Batman Returns (1992, with Vincent Schiavelli, Anna Katarina, Doug Jones, Branscombe Richmond, Diane Salinger, Sean Whalen, Henry Kingi, Sr., Biff Yeager, Susan Rossitto, Felix Silla, Sam Alejan, Shirley Blackwell, Lena Banks, Anthony De Longis, Brian Demonbreun, Gary Hunter, Michael Sutherland, Oliver Theess, Chester E. Tripp III, and Michael Zurich), and as a bar patron in the Cheers episode "Rebecca Gaines, Rebecca Loses" (1993, with Kirstie Alley, Kelsey Grammer, George Hearn, Paul Willson, Renata Scott, Don Bennett, Rick Berman, Robert Buckingham, Lou DeGrado, Star Halm, Susan Lewis, Bill Thomas Miller, Rad Milo, Tami Peterson, and Curt Truman).

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