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Terri Potts, initially credited as Terri Martinez, began as a production associate on Star Trek: The Next Generation before becoming a production supervisor and later associate producer and ultimately co-producer on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. She also worked as an associate producer on the 1996 video games Star Trek: Klingon and Star Trek: Borg.

Potts joined the crew of The Next Generation in the second season. She first started working as an assistant to the producers, but by the episode "Who Watches The Watchers", she was the show's post-production associate. She left The Next Generation at the end of the fifth season to work as post-production supervisor on Deep Space Nine. She changed her credit from Terri Martinez to Terri Potts at the start of that show's second season. She became associate producer beginning with the episode "Life Support" and from the start of the sixth season and until the end of the series, she served as the show's co-producer. A noted comedian in the episode "The Outrageous Okona" and a Starfleet officer in "Violations" were named after her.

After Deep Space Nine ended, she worked as associate producer on the television series Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000) and its follow-up Undeclared (2001-2002). Potts also worked on the 2001 television movie Semper Fi and as a post-production supervisor on the television series Life As We Know It (2004).

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