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Amy O'Neill (born 8 July 1971; age 46) is the actress who appeared as Annette in the Star Trek: The Next Generation third season opener "Evolution". Most of her scenes were cut because of time's sake, but she appeared in a crowd scene at the end of the episode. She did not receive credit for this appearance, nor did her character speak.
O'Neill was an actress in the '80s and early '90s. Her most notable role was Amy Szalinski in the movies Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989, with Matt Frewer, Mark L. Taylor, and Cherie Tash) and Honey, I Blew up the Kid (1992, with Ron Canada, Gregory Sierra, Kenneth Tobey, Alex Daniels, and Lynn Salvatori).
She also did some television guest appearances in series such as Night Court (1985, with John Larroquette and William Frankfather), The Twilight Zone (1985, with Joel Polis), Family Ties (1986, with Brian Bonsall), and Murder, She Wrote (1991, with Bruce Gray, Andreas Katsulas, Stephen Macht, and David Soul).
In 1990 she was nominated for an Young Artist Award for her appearance in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. O'Neill has three brothers and one sister and is living in Los Angeles where she is part of a circus trio Girls on Stilts.
More recently she appeared as mother/ officer's wife in the 2008 short film The Japanese Sandman. John Fleck also had a part in this film.