(written from a Production point of view)
Neezer Tarleton is a former stuntwoman who worked as stunt double for Kate Mulgrew in the Star Trek: Voyager third season episode "Macrocosm". She received no credit for this appearance but was identified by the call sheet. She filmed her stunts scenes on Wednesday 25 September 1996 on Paramount Stage 8 under Stunt Coordinator Dennis Madalone.
She worked as girl's soccer coach at Notre Dame High School and ent into stunts after her first brief role in A League of Their Own. She then briefly played tennis star Steffi Graf in the Seinfeld episode "The Lip Reader" (1993) where she was knocked off by Michael Richards' character Kramer. The episode also features Jason Alexander, Christopher Darga, Jerry Sroka, and Dylan Haggerty. 
Tarleton appeared as OF Neezer Dalton in the sport drama A League of Their Own (1992, with Lori Petty, Ann Cusack, Anne Elizabeth Ramsay, Mark Holton, and David L. Lander. She performed stunts in the science fiction thriller Monolith (1993, with Chuck Borden, Caron Colvett, Maria R. Kelly, Dennis Madalone, Alan Oliney, and Chester E. Tripp III under stunt coordination by Red Horton), the thriller In the Line of Fire (1993, with Mike Watson, Spike Silver, Sharon Schaffer, Denise Lynne Roberts, Buck McDancer, Christine Baur, and Dan Barringer), the action thriller CIA II: Target Alexa (1993, coordinated by Joe Murphy and Red Horton), the family movie Magic Kid II (1994, with Vincent Mazzella, Jr. and Jan Shultz), the comedy sequel Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994), the action film Zero Tolerance (1994), the action film Deadly Target (1994, coordinated by Jeff Pruitt), and the thriller The Crossing Guard (1995, with Charlie Brewer, Erik Cord, Tabby Hanson, and John Moio).
She also performed stunts in the thriller Power 98 (1996, with Yannick Derrien and coordinated by Michael J. Sarna), the comedy Spy Hard (1996), the drama Silent Lies (1996, with Dwayne McGee and coordinated by Phil Culotta), and the action thriller Mercenary (1996, coordinated by Yannick Derrien, Michael J. Sarna, and Scott Leva) and doubled actress Kelli Williams in The Practice episode "Happily Ever After" (1999, with Denney Pierce and Andy Gill).