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Wendy Davies (5 November 195427 November 2017; age 63) was an actress who worked as stand-in and background performer on several Star Trek projects. Davies worked as stand-in for Denise Crosby on the Star Trek: The Next Generation fifth season episode "Redemption II". She also filmed scenes providing her legs at the ops station for wide shots from the inside of Captain Picard's ready room in this episode but these scenes were not part of the final episode. Davies was also the stand-in for Jana Marie Hupp in the fifth season episode "Disaster". She later appeared as background actress on several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and in Star Trek Generations. On The Next Generation she appeared as a sciences officer in the fourth season episodes "The Host" and "In Theory".

Between 1987 and 1989, Davies worked as regular background and featured actress on several episodes of the comedy series The Tracey Ullman Show where she worked with Brigid Brannagh and Mike Starr. Other acting work includes episodes of Mork & Mindy (starring Robin Williams), The White Shadow (starring Joan Pringle), Barnaby Jones, St. Elsewhere, Dynasty (1982, with Lee Bergere, Joan Collins, Peter Mark Richman, Lance LeGault, and Tim O'Connor), Hyperion Bay (1998), Gideon's Crossing (2000), and Good Girls Don't (2004, episode "I Never" produced and directed by Jonathan Schmock).

Further acting work include Swing Shift (1984, with Patty Maloney, Joey Aresco, Charles Napier, Penny Johnson, Eddie Smith, Benjie Bancroft, Bob Harks, Jim Michael, Dick Miller, Danny Nero, Rebecca Soladay, and Gene Poe) and Point of No Return (1993, with Miguel Ferrer, Olivia d'Abo, Mic Rodgers, Kenny Endoso, Bobby Apisa, Steve Chambers, Lou DeGrado, Doc Duhame, Clay Hodges, Henry Kingi, Sr., David R. Maier, Joyce McNeal, Rudy Morrison, Sherry O'Keefe, Ronald R. Rondell, R.A. Rondell, Theresa St. Clair, Shane Dixon, Cheryl Wheeler Duncan, and Manny Perry).

Davies worked as stunt double on Irreconcilable Differences (1984, with David Paymer, Lorinne Vozoff, David Graf, and Ellen Geer), as stand-in for Kathleen Turner on The War of the Roses (1989, with Peter Brocco, Roy Brocksmith, Robert Harper, Gene Cross, Al Kroft, Hal Donahue, Peter Eastman, and with Michael Douglas' stand-in Mark Reilly and hand double Gene Poe), and as stand-in on Girls in Prison (1994, with Bahni Turpin, J. Patrick McCormack, William Boyett, David Paul Needles, Johnetta Anderson, and Debra Waters) and Geppetto (2000, with Brent Spiner, René Auberjonois, Anthony Crivello, Scarlett Pomers, Anton Yelchin, Kane Hodder, Noby Arden, Mark Chadwick, and Svetla Krasteva).

Davies played tennis professionally at a young age and later also became an artist by creating paintings. Her sister is singer Debbie Davies. Wendy Davies died on 27 November 2017 at the age of 63.

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