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Also Known As: Died:
Born: March 29, 1955 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: actor, clothing store clerk

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Lt. Deanna Troi on the syndicated sci-fi smash, "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987-94), Sirtis began playing small roles in both British and American features and TV, typically as seductive types ranging from the "girl in Porsche" in "Space Riders" (1983) to a prostitute in "Blind Date" (1984). With her long, dark hair and wide, bright eyes, Sirtis also had a decorative function on "Star Trek," her full figure somberly yet sensually packed into a variety of form-fitting space suits. Still, she did succeed in fleshing out her character's problems with her family, her semi-telepathic powers, her career ambitions and her hinted-at romantic involvements with fellow Enterprise officers Riker and Worf. Sirtis went on to reprise her signature role in the "Star Trek" features and several episodes of the spin-off series "Star Trek: Voyager," as well as TV sci-fi fare such as "Stargate SG-1" and "Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict."

Lt. Deanna Troi on the syndicated sci-fi smash, "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987-94), Sirtis began playing small roles in both British and American features and TV, typically as seductive types ranging from the "girl in Porsche" in "Space Riders" (1983) to a prostitute in "Blind Date" (1984). With her long, dark hair and wide, bright eyes, Sirtis also had a decorative function on "Star Trek," her full figure somberly yet sensually packed into a variety of form-fitting space suits. Still, she did succeed in fleshing out her character's problems with her family, her semi-telepathic powers, her career ambitions and her hinted-at romantic involvements with fellow Enterprise officers Riker and Worf. Sirtis went on to reprise her signature role in the "Star Trek" features and several episodes of the spin-off series "Star Trek: Voyager," as well as TV sci-fi fare such as "Stargate SG-1" and "Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict."

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Finders Keepers (2014)
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 Grudge 3, The (2009)
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 Grendel (2007)
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 Terminal Error (2002)
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 Gadgetman (2000)
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Raised in London, England
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Made professional stage debut with the Worthington Repertory Company in a production of "Hamlet" playing Ophelia
1978:
Made first film appearance as a harem girl in "The Thief of Bagdad" remake directed by Clive Donner
1983:
Had bit roles in "Space Riders" and "The Wicked Lady"
1984:
First American film, "Blind Date"; had small role as a prostitute
1986:
Settled in the USA (date approximate)
1987:
US TV debut in an episode of the NBC police drama "Hunter"
1987:
Played Lt. Deanna Troi, ship's counsellor, on the syndicated sci-fi adventure series, "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
1988:
Was one of the judges of the sixth annual Miss Teen USA beauty pageant
1990:
Had lead role in the BBC movie "One Last Chance"
1992:
First feature film in seven years, "Waxwork II: Lost in Time"
1994:
Reprised role of Deanna Troi in the film "Star Trek: Generations"
1995:
Made US stage debut as Fay in a production of "Loot" at the Hartford Stage
1996:
Again played Troi in the feature "Star Trek: First Contact"
1998:
Co-starred as Deanna Troi in the film "Star Trek: Insurrection"
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Played Troi in episodes of "Star Trek: Voyager" (UPN)
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Once again reprised signature role of Deanna Troi in "Star Trek: Nemesis" (lensed 2002)
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Education

Guildhall School of Music and Drama: London , England -

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husband:
Michael Lamper. Musician. Born c. 1958; married on June 21, 1992.

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mother:
Despina Sirtis.
brother:
Steve Sirtis. Younger.

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