'Star Trek' Actress Dead At 52

Stephanie Niznik

CREDIT Courtesy of Denise Truscello

No knows what fate has stored for them.

Stephanie Niznik has died at the age of 52.

The talented actress did not plan to join the entertainment industry at first. But she studied Theatre and Russain at Duke University and also pursued a master's in Cal Arts. After that, she began appearing in sequence like " Vanishing Son" and "Homicide She Wrote".

For Nina Feeney, the neighbor of the Brown family, and ultimately for Dr. Andy Brown, (Treat Williams) at Everwood Niznik became a prominent figure. She also had a recurring role on "Life is Wild" and guested on "Lost", "NCIS" and "CSI: Miami".

In the backdoor pilot special for the Private Practice series, Niznik also played prominently at ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy. Her function, Carol, was extremely appreciated. Quinn Since 1994, she worked as an actor and made her film Exit to Eden when Diana made her debut.

As well as her portrayal of Perim in Star Trek: Insurrection, Stephanie returned to the Star Trek franchise in 2002 after landing the role of The Wraith in Star Trek: Enterprise.

Niznik was a philanthropist. She was additionally a member of 4-Winds Coronary heart Centered Therapeutic.

When fans of the actress learned of her sudden passing, tributes poured in on Twitter. "Shock. So sad to hear this news". She talked about that Niznik was one of many favourite characters of her from Everwood.

No source could give any proper reason behind her death. Her family is also undergoing a hard phase with the sudden demise of Stephanie.

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