(written from a Production point of view)
Phyllis Douglas (24 July 1936 – 12 May 2010; age 73) was an actress who played Yeoman Mears in the Star Trek: The Original Series first season episode "The Galileo Seven". She also appeared as Mavig in the third season episode "The Way to Eden". She filmed her scenes for "The Galileo Seven" between Monday 26 September 1966 and Friday 30 September 1966 at Desilu Stage 9 and Stage 10, and her scenes for "The Way to Eden" between Friday 22 November 1968 and Friday 29 November 1968, also at Stage 9 and Stage 10. She was also called in for a music recording session on Wednesday 20 November 1968, and a makeup and costume test on Thursday 21 November 1968 at Stage 9.
Born as Phyllis Callow, Douglas (daughter of famous assistant director Ridgeway Callow) made her feature acting debut at the age of two in the epic classic Gone With the Wind (1939, photographed by Ernest Haller), although she was not credited for her work. She later appeared (again, without credit) in the film Raintree County, which also featured DeForest Kelley. In 1959's Girls Town she played the character Eleanor alongside Elinor Donahue. She also appeared in two episodes of Batman (both with Lawrence Montaigne).