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Born in Miami Beach, Florida, Middendorf was in her senior year at Pickens High School in Jasper, Georgia when, in 1987, she left to enter a performing arts school in Miami. She later attended the State University of New York (SUNY) at Purchase.
 
Born in Miami Beach, Florida, Middendorf was in her senior year at Pickens High School in Jasper, Georgia when, in 1987, she left to enter a performing arts school in Miami. She later attended the State University of New York (SUNY) at Purchase.
   
In 1992, she won the role of Carrie Brady (another character who has been played by three actresses) on the long-running soap opera ''Days of Our Lives, ''which had also starred [[John de Lancie]]. The following year, she began playing the recurring role of Laura Kingman during the fourth season of ''Beverly Hills, 90210''. In 1994, she made her film debut with a supporting role in Wes Craven's ''New Nightmare'', co-starring [[Fran Bennett]], [[Cully Fredricksen]], and [[Matt Winston]].
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In 1992, she won the role of Carrie Brady on the long-running soap opera ''Days of Our Lives''. The following year, she began playing the recurring role of Laura Kingman during the fourth season of ''Beverly Hills, 90210''. In 1994, she made her film debut with a supporting role in Wes Craven's ''New Nightmare'', co-starring [[Fran Bennett]], [[Cully Fredricksen]], and [[Matt Winston]].
   
 
In the first ten years of her career, she was seen in such television dramas as ''Murder, She Wrote'' (in a 1996 episode with fellow DS9 guest-stars [[Richard Beymer]], [[Meg Foster]], and [[Richard Libertini]]), ''Touched by an Angel'' (in a 1997 episode written by [[Ken LaZebnik]] and co-starring [[Clive Revill]]), ''L.A. Doctors'' (in a 1998 episode with [[John Billingsley]]), ''Ally McBeal'' (two 1999 episodes, including one with [[Albert Hall]] and [[Ray Walston]]), ''Family Law'' (with [[Scott MacDonald]], [[Christopher McDonald]], and [[Julie Warner]]), ''Six Feet Under'' (with [[Ed Begley, Jr.]]), ''JAG'' (with [[Zach Grenier]], [[Scott Lawrence]], and [[Terry O'Quinn]]), and ''Any Day Now'' (with [[Daniel Dae Kim]] and [[Tom Wright]]). She also had a recurring role on ''The Practice'', working with [[Bruce Davison]], [[Bruce French]], [[John Larroquette]], [[Richard McGonagle]], [[Lawrence Pressman]], and [[Steve Rankin]].
 
In the first ten years of her career, she was seen in such television dramas as ''Murder, She Wrote'' (in a 1996 episode with fellow DS9 guest-stars [[Richard Beymer]], [[Meg Foster]], and [[Richard Libertini]]), ''Touched by an Angel'' (in a 1997 episode written by [[Ken LaZebnik]] and co-starring [[Clive Revill]]), ''L.A. Doctors'' (in a 1998 episode with [[John Billingsley]]), ''Ally McBeal'' (two 1999 episodes, including one with [[Albert Hall]] and [[Ray Walston]]), ''Family Law'' (with [[Scott MacDonald]], [[Christopher McDonald]], and [[Julie Warner]]), ''Six Feet Under'' (with [[Ed Begley, Jr.]]), ''JAG'' (with [[Zach Grenier]], [[Scott Lawrence]], and [[Terry O'Quinn]]), and ''Any Day Now'' (with [[Daniel Dae Kim]] and [[Tom Wright]]). She also had a recurring role on ''The Practice'', working with [[Bruce Davison]], [[Bruce French]], [[John Larroquette]], [[Richard McGonagle]], [[Lawrence Pressman]], and [[Steve Rankin]].
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