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| Name = Teddy Davis
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|name = Teddy Davis
| image = Female transporter technician, 2366.jpg
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| Birth name = J. Teddy Davis
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|birth name = J. Teddy Davis
| Gender = Female
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|gender = Female
| Roles = [[:Category:Performers|Featured Actress]]
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|roles = [[:Category:Performers|Featured Actress]]
| Characters = [[USS Enterprise-D transporter ensign 003|Transporter technician]]
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|characters = [[USS Enterprise-D transporter ensign 003|Transporter technician]]
 
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'''J. Teddy Davis''' is the actress who portrayed a [[USS Enterprise-D transporter ensign 003|transporter technician]] in the [[TNG Season 3|third season]] {{s|3}} episode {{e|Sins of the Father}} in {{y|1990}}.
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'''J. Teddy Davis''' is the actress who portrayed a [[USS Enterprise-D transporter ensign 003|transporter technician]] in the [[TNG Season 3|third season]] {{s|TNG}} episode {{e|Sins of the Father}}.
   
 
Davis also had guest roles on ''Freddy's Nightmares'' (1989, with [[Albert Hall]], [[Mary Kohnert]], [[Walter Gotell]], and [[Andrew Prine]]), ''Murphy Brown'' (1991), and ''Growing Pains'' (1992, with [[Warren Munson]]).
 
Davis also had guest roles on ''Freddy's Nightmares'' (1989, with [[Albert Hall]], [[Mary Kohnert]], [[Walter Gotell]], and [[Andrew Prine]]), ''Murphy Brown'' (1991), and ''Growing Pains'' (1992, with [[Warren Munson]]).

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J. Teddy Davis is the actress who portrayed a transporter technician in the third season Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Sins of the Father".

Davis also had guest roles on Freddy's Nightmares (1989, with Albert Hall, Mary Kohnert, Walter Gotell, and Andrew Prine), Murphy Brown (1991), and Growing Pains (1992, with Warren Munson).

In addition she was seen in the 1989 television movie The Case of the Hillside Stranglers, along with Tony Plana, and had a supporting role in the 1991 television movie Murderous Vision. Her only film credit was a featured part as a nurse in the 1991 comedy All I Want for Christmas, while her last known television work was an appearance on the series Freshman Dorm in 1992.

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