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Sally Berman is an actress, voice performer and violinist who appeared as a Kantare in the Star Trek: Enterprise first season episode "Oasis". According to the call sheet, she filmed her scenes on Monday 28 January 2002, on Paramount Stage 9.
As an actress, she appeared in episodes of Legacy (1999, with Brett Cullen, Casey Biggs, and Brigid Brannagh), The F.B.I. Files (1999-2000, with Anthony D. Call), Passions (2007, with McKenzie Westmore), In the Moment (2009), and Kroll Show (2013, with Clement von Franckenstein, Max Valentine, and Brandon Molale) as well as in the short drama Sour Mix (2003), the television comedy The Even Stevens Movie (2003, with Tom Virtue and Keone Young), the short comedy Hardcore Action News (2003, with Victor Bevine), the thriller Julia (2008, with Saul Rubinek, Jude Ciccolella, Ian Ray, and Marshal Silverman), the thriller Angels & Demons (2009, with Steve Kehela, Anna Katarina, Anthony Bonaventura, Calvin Dean, Nancy Gassner-Clayton, Anthony Molinari, Bertrand Roberson, Jr., Arne Starr, and Shannon Watson), the short film La Premiere (2009, with Ronald Guttman, Henri Lubatti, Time Winters, and Joseph Steven), and the horror thriller Darkening Sky (2010, with Time Winters).
Berman lent her voice to commercials for Leavitt Funeral Homes, Jewish Hospital, Sugardale Ham, Hanes, and National Geographic and performed on stage in plays such as "The Man in a Case", "Blind Date", "Final Placement", and "The Three Penny Opera". As violinist, she performed on the soundtracks of the animated films Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch (2005) and Happy Feet (2006) and for Michael Jackson on "This Is It", Neil Diamond on "Song For You", and Raphael Saadiq on "Love That Girl".