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Memory Alpha is a collaborative project to create the most definitive, accurate, and accessible encyclopedia and reference for everything related to Star Trek. The English-language Memory Alpha started in November 2003, and currently consists of 53,735 articles. If this is your first visit, please read an introduction to Memory Alpha.


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With the Star Trek franchise growing faster than ever, this interactive video timeline will serve as a springboard for fans, young and old, to experience how Star Trek history fits together. Styled to mimic the LCARS interface, a simple click through the timeline will introduce you to each era with a video overview. Here you will discover key plot points of each of the series and movies set during that time. You also have the option to dive deeper in each subject by bringing up articles directly from within the video. Click below to discover more information about Memory Alpha in a unique way!

A Memory Alpha - Fandom collaboration, this interactive timeline aims to guide you through all the various ships and captains along with where they fall in Trek history.
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28 June 2022
It is reported that model maker Gregory Jein who worked on various Trek films and series since 1977, died on 22 May 2022 at the age of 76. [1]
26 June 2022
Star Trek: Enterprise guest actress Mary Mara drowned while swimming on 26 June 2022. She was 61. [2]
5 June 2022
Webster Whinery, who performed stunts on Star Trek: Insurrection and the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Anomaly (ENT)", died at the age of 68.
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... as a Starfleet ensign

Leslie Hoffman is a stuntwoman, actress, and stunt coordinator who worked as a stunt performer on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager regularly between 1995 and 2001. In the early 1980s, Hoffman was the first "voted-in" member of the "Society of Professional Stuntwomen".

A self-avowed Trekkie, Hoffman attended the second Star Trek convention ever held in New York City in 1973. Her first work on Star Trek in DS9's "The Way of the Warrior" was a dream come true for her, and for the final five seasons of Voyager, she was the main stunt double for B'Elanna Torres actress Roxann Dawson.

Throughout her career, she has appeared in a wide variety of television shows, such as Charlie's Angels, Melrose Place, BJ and the Bear, and M*A*S*H, and films, such as Nightmare on Elm Street, Clue, Death Wish 3, and Alien Nation.

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