Jennifer Hetrick

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Jennifer Hetrick
Born (1958-05-12) May 12, 1958 (age 60)
Occupation Actress
Years active 1963–2018

Jennifer Hetrick (born May 12, 1958) is an American actress. She is known for playing Vash in Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Corrinne Becker (the ex-wife of Arnie Becker) on L.A. Law.

Prior to her Star Trek: The Next Generation appearances, she had appeared in a series of Oil of Olay commercials.

Hetrick's television and film appearances have diminished since 2007, and include a number of parts in television commercials.

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1980 Squeeze Play! Samantha
1989 Conquering Space Janet's Narration Short
2004 No Regrets Cheryl Wheeler
2007 The Poor Kid's Guide to Success Elizabeth Maerd
2009 He's Such a Girl Whitney's Mom
2009 500 Days of Summer Sarah

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1987 Another World Melanie 1 episode
1987 CBS Summer Playhouse Dr. Melanie Wilde "Doctors Wilde"
1989 Murphy's Law Lauren Dupree "Never Try to Teach a Pig to Sing"
1989 Unsub Ann Madison Main role
1989–1991 L.A. Law Corrinne Hammond Recurring role
1990–91 Star Trek: The Next Generation Vash "Captain's Holiday", "Qpid"
1991 Absolute Strangers Nancy Klein TV film
1992 The Young Riders Charlotte Rowen "Good Night Sweet Charlotte"
1992 Jake and the Fatman Mrs. Scanton "Pennies from Heaven"
1992 Civil Wars Holly Reigeluth Guest role (4 episodes)
1992–93 Bodies of Evidence Bonnie Carroll Main role
1993 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Vash "Q-Less"
1994 And Then There Was One Janet TV film
1994 Diagnosis: Murder Gayle Wheeler "You Can Call Me Johnson"
1995 Sliders Caroline Fontaine "Last Days"
1996 CBS Schoolbreak Special Liz Morgan "Crosstown"
1996 Profit Elizabeth Gracen Walters Recurring role
1996 The X-Files Sharon Skinner "Avatar"
1996 Silk Stalkings Dinah Wharton "Private Dancer"
1996 Silk Stalkings Laura MacElroy "Services Rendered"
1997 Dark Skies Mrs. Bach "White Rabbit"
1997 Perversions of Science The Captain "Snap Ending"
1998 Brooklyn South Miss Wilcox "Gay Avec"
1998 Beverly Hills, 90210 Kim "Rebound"
1998 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Ms. Moran "Homecoming"
1998 General Hospital Veronica Wilding Barrett TV series
1999 Party of Five Miss Dale "Fillmore Street"
1999 Vengeance Unlimited Judge Ackerman "Legalese"
2000 Sliders Claire LeBeau "The Seer"
2000 Profiler Ann Wade "Pianissimo"
2001 An American Town Caroline TV film
2005 Eyes Cynthia Massey "Trial"
2005 Alias Senator Diane Lewis "Out of the Box"
2006 Close to Home Helen Brooks "Reasonable Doubts"
2007 Criminal Minds Mary Wilkinson "Birthright"
2008 NCIS Dr. Donna Dunlap "Tribes"
2008 Cold Case Lana Wilkes "Wednesday's Women"
2008 Prison Break Elaine Baker "The Legend"
2009 24 Prison Variant #5 "Day 7: 3:00 a.m.-4:00 a.m."
2009 Raising the Bar Susanne Dupois "Fine and Dandy"
2010 Elf Sparkle and the Special Red Dress Elf Holly (voice) TV film
2018 Code Black Mrs. Berlinger "As Night Comes and I'm Breathing"

References

External links

  • Jennifer Hetrick on IMDb
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