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Arlene Martel
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    (April 14, 1936-August 12, 2014)
    Born in New York, New York
    American actress most well known for her appearance as T'Pring, Spock's fiancee on Star Trek TOS episode 'Amok Time'
    In addition to her appearance on Star Trek, she also appeared on the TV series; Death Valley Days, The Twilight Zone, Have Gun, Will Travel, The Untouchables, The Outer Limits, The Man from UNCLE, My Favorite Martian, Perry Mason, The Fugitive, The Wild, Wild West, The Flying Nun, The Monkees, Mission Impossible, Bewitched, Columbo, The Six Million Dollar Man, Gunsmoke, the original Battlestar Galatica, and Knot's Landing
    Appeared in the TV movies; Eleanor, First Lady of the World, Conspiracy of Terror, Indict and Convict, and The Adventures of Nick Carter
    Also appeared in the theatrical movies; What Do Women Want, Chatterbox, Angels From Hell, and The Glass Cage
    Real name: Arline Greta Sax
    Has also used the stage name Tasha Martel
    Despite her long, varied, and very successful career she will always be remembered for her appearance on Star Trek which consisted of less than a half a dozen lines.
    She was married and divorced three times.
    Two of her appearances on The Twilight Zone consisted of her delivering the same line, 'Room for one more honey.'
    Her 'official website' was solely dedicated to selling autographed photographs of herself.
    She auditioned for the High School of the Performing Arts in New York without getting her mother's permission.
    She missed out appearing in the pilot of Star Trek because she couldn't wear the contact lenses required for the role.
    She appeared in a movie titled 'Zoltan, Hound of Dracula' aka 'Dracula's Dog.'
    She never won or was even nominated for a major award for her acting.
    Her appearance as T'Pring is probably the most favorite guest starring role in the entire history of the Star Trek franchise.
    Throughout her career, she was able to credibly play a wide variety of ethnicities from Vulcans to Native Americans to Asians.
    She won her school's drama award in her senior year, it's highest honor.
    Growing up in savage poverty in the Bronx, she was lifted out of her environment when her mother's employer saw her potential and sent her to a private boarding school at his own expense when she was eight years old.
    She maintained an extraordinarily long and successful career in the world's most competitive industry.
    One of her teachers at the High School of the Performing Arts was then future director Sidney Lumet.
    Her ability to change her appearance from role to role earned her the nickname 'The Chameleon.'

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