‘Star Trek: Insurrection’ actor Stephanie Niznik dies at 52

Washington: Hollywood actor Stephanie Niznik, popularly known for her role in ‘Star Trek: Insurrection’ and ‘Everwood’, died at age 52.

Maine initially wanted to become a geneticist before graduating from Duke U with a major in theatre and Russian, reported Variety.

She began acting in some series including “Vanishing Son” and “Murder She Wrote.”

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Maine had also appeared on shows including “Nash Bridges” and “Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman” before bagging a recurring role on “Diagnosis Murder.”

On medical series “Everwood,” she played the character of the neighbour Nina Feeney.

Maine also had a pivotal role in “Life is Wild” and made a guest appearance on “Lost,” “NCIS” and “CSI: Miami.”

In “Star Trek: Insurrection,” Maine essayed the role of Perim.

She then again returned to the “Star Trek” in the “Rogue Planet” episode of the series “Star Trek: Enterprise.”

Besides acting, the actor was also active in volunteering for social causes including working for children and animal rescue among others.

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