Intergalactic Space Babes – Deidre L. Imershein

Even Star Trek buffs might struggle to remember Deidre L. Imershein.

Not me. To my eyes she is the embodiment of the Intergalactic Space Babe.

In the TNG episode ‘Captain’s Holiday‘ Deidre plays the beautiful female Risan valet, who is baffled that Picard says he wants to be alone, yet displays the Horga’hn – a local fertility symbol.

In the DS9 episode ‘Trials and Tribble-ations‘ Deirde plays Lieutenant Watley who takes a shine to Dr. Bashir, but may or may not be his great-grandmother.

Both are blink or you’ll forget them parts. Except I seem to have forgotten to do the forgetting part. Which is frustrating, because I’d like to know what Deidre is doing now, and if she’d like to do it with me. But tracking down information is proving difficult.

According to imdb Deirde also appeared in Dallas, and Cheers. Her final screen appearance was in Stephen J. Cannell’s ‘Silk Stalkings‘. Her most recent work is behind the camera, producing a short called Brushes with Life: Art, Artists and Mental Illness (2008).

If anyone has any more information about this fine actress and fabulous Intergalactic Space Babe please contact me. In the meantime, happy birthday Deidre!

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One Response to Intergalactic Space Babes – Deidre L. Imershein

  1. White Tim says:

    Re: … “and if she’d like to do it with me” … Micrfilums’ Blog now gotz the top few google search returns for “Deidre L. Imershein” so I think you can expect your chances to improve.

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