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Romy D. Fleming is a hair stylist who worked on the Star Trek: The Next Generation fourth season episodes "The Mind's Eye", "In Theory", and "Redemption" in 1991.

Other projects she worked as hair stylist on include the fantasy sequel Teen Wolf Too (1987, with Mike Smithson), the television series Doogie Howser, M.D. (1989-1993) and Saved by the Bell (1994), the comedy A Very Brady Sequel (1996, with Todd McIntosh and Charlotte Parker), the fantasy film The Crow: City of Angels (1996, with Barry R. Koper and Candace Neal), the thriller Double Tap (1997), the television series Perversions of Science (1997) and Will & Grace (1998), the crime thriller The Mod Squad (1999), the romance The Story of Us (1999, with Candace Neal and Gerald Quist), the television series Birds of Prey (2002, starring Dina Meyer), the thriller Dark Blue (2002), the fantasy adventure Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), the television series Gilmore Girls (2003-2005), the comedy Date Movie (2006), and the television series Monk (2008) and One Tree Hill (2009-2010).

For her work on the Gilmore Girls, Fleming received a Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award nomination in 2003 for Best Period Hair Styling – Television Series shared with Patricia Vecchio and a Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award in 2004 for Best Character Hair Styling – Television Series.

Fleming worked as hair department head on the television drama Lansky (1999, with Adam Brandy) and on the television series Up All Night (2011, with Heather Koontz and Alex Proctor).

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