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Renata Scott (born 26 June 1937; age 83) is the Austrian actress who played Vice Admiral Hayes in the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episode "Realm of Fear".

Other television series on which she appeared include The A-Team (1986, starring Dwight Schultz), Highway to Heaven (1987, with Viola Kates Stimpson), Dynasty (1987, starring Joan Collins and with Robert Symonds), Murder, She Wrote (1987, with Tricia O'Neil), 1st & Ten (1988, with John Kassir and Monte Markham), Falcon Crest (1989, with Allan Royal, Angela Paton, and Buck McDancer), The Golden Girls (1989), My Two Dads (1990, with Chad Allen and Jefrey Alan Chandler), Tales from the Crypt (1990, with Roy Brocksmith, Ian Abercrombie, J. Patrick McNamara, and John Kassir), Amen (1986-1990, with Tina Lifford, Jack Blessing, Ray Reinhardt, Peter White, Christopher Michael, and Nicholas Worth), Knots Landing (1991, starring Michelle Phillips), L.A. Law (1988 and 1991, starring Corbin Bernsen and Larry Drake, with James Avery, Bill Cobbs, Anne Haney, Gregory Itzin, Paul Willson, Shelby Leverington, Earl Billings, Amanda Carlin, and Joel Swetow), The Trials of Rosie O'Neill (1992, directed by Reza Badiyi and with Georgann Johnson, Lisa Banes, and Karen Austin), Red Shoe Diaries (1992), Civil Wars (1992 and 1993, with Barbara Bosson, Jeffrey Alan Chandler, and Julie Cobb), Cheers (1993, starring Kirstie Alley and Kelsey Grammer and with George Hearn and Paul Willson), Wings (1995, starring Steven Weber), and Murder One (1996, with Daniel Benzali, Barbara Bosson, John Fleck, Gregory Itzin, Nicolas Surovy, Ned Vaughn, and Robert Pine).

Scott also worked on the television drama The Neon Empire (1989, with Andreas Katsulas, Natalia Nogulich, Cecile Callan, Matt Roe, and Paul Collins), the television crime drama The Case of the Hillside Stranglers (1989, with Tony Plana, Karen Austin, Matthew Faison, Rick Fitts, and Tasia Valenza), the science fiction film Driving Force (1989, with Joey Aresco), the horror sequel Stepfather II (1989, with Terry O'Quinn and Meg Foster), the thriller Overexposed (1990, with Barney Burman, Jennifer Edwards, and Tom Poster), the television drama Laker Girls (1990, with Ken Olandt, Jean Simmons, Jay Louden, and Richard Ryder), the drama Write to Kill (1991, with Andreas Katsulas, Ray Wise, and France Nuyen), the television drama An Inconvenient Woman (1991, with Christian Conrad, Edward Penn, Jeffrey Alan Chandler, and Robert MacKenzie), the television drama Her Final Fury: Betty Broderick, the Last Chapter (1992, with Stephen Collins, Charles Lucia, Richard McGonagle, Stephen Root, Christine Jansen, Margot Rose, J. Downing, and Marcy Goldman), the drama Chaplin (1992, with William Dennis Hunt), the drama No Easy Way (1996, with Christina Pickles), and the comedy My Best Friend's Wedding (1997, with Kelly Sheerin and Ray Uhler).

Her most recent projects include the comedy Love Stinks (1999, with Christian Slater) and a guest part in the Everybody Loves Raymond episode "Who's Next?" (2003, with Joe Durrenberger).

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