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Born: November 19, 1963 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA Profession: actor, model

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Slender, dark-haired actor who started in TV as one of two young models exploited by their grasping mothers and by a talent agency in the short-lived primetime soap "Paper Dolls" (1984). Farrell was also victimized as a prostitute in the TV-movie "Beverly Hills Madam" and in the miniseries about serial killer Ted Bundy, "The Deliberate Stranger" (both 1986). She coasted for a time doing series pilots, TV guest spots, and a couple of features before she was cast as Dax on the syndicated sequel series, "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993-98). Although Farrell's alien character, featuring speckles on her face and neck and acting as bodily host to another being, was not as prominent as several others on the show, she nonetheless brought a likably placid grace to the role. One of Farrell's most visible feature roles to date was in Clive Barker's rollicking sequel thriller, "Hellraiser 3: Hell on Earth" (1992). After five years, she departed the "Star Trek" franchise and reinvented herself as a comic actor landing the female lead opposite Ted Danson in the CBS sitcom "Becker" (1998-04)

Slender, dark-haired actor who started in TV as one of two young models exploited by their grasping mothers and by a talent agency in the short-lived primetime soap "Paper Dolls" (1984). Farrell was also victimized as a prostitute in the TV-movie "Beverly Hills Madam" and in the miniseries about serial killer Ted Bundy, "The Deliberate Stranger" (both 1986). She coasted for a time doing series pilots, TV guest spots, and a couple of features before she was cast as Dax on the syndicated sequel series, "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993-98). Although Farrell's alien character, featuring speckles on her face and neck and acting as bodily host to another being, was not as prominent as several others on the show, she nonetheless brought a likably placid grace to the role. One of Farrell's most visible feature roles to date was in Clive Barker's rollicking sequel thriller, "Hellraiser 3: Hell on Earth" (1992). After five years, she departed the "Star Trek" franchise and reinvented herself as a comic actor landing the female lead opposite Ted Danson in the CBS sitcom "Becker" (1998-04)

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Code 11-14 (2003) Michelle
2.
 Gleason (2002) Marilyn Taylor
3.
 Crossing the Line (2002) Laura Mosbach
4.
 Deep Core (2000) Allison Saunders
5.
 One True Love (2000) Dana Boyer
6.
 Deep Core 2000 (2000)
7.
 Legion (1998) Major Agatha Doyle
8.
 Trekkies (1997)
9.
 Reasons of the Heart (1996) Maggie Livingston
10.
 Red Sun Rising (1994)
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1998:
Cast in the CBS midseason replacement sitcom "Becker", starring Ted Danson; played the owner of a diner
:
Appeared on covers of MADEMOISELLE and the German edition of VOGUE
1993:
Played Jadzhia Dax on the syndicated sci-fi adventure series, "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"
1984:
Played Laurie Casswell on the short-lived ABC primetime serial drama, "Paper Dolls"
1980:
Hired by Elite modeling agency at age 17
1987:
First lead in a feature, "Off the Mark"
1986:
First notable feature film role, a small part in "Back to School"
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husband:
Brain Baker. Actor. Met in February 2001 at a gym; married on September 1, 2002 atop the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas.

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