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Antoinette Stella is a writer and producer who served as producer on the first half season of Star Trek: Enterprise. In addition she wrote the teleplay for the episode "Terra Nova" and A. Stella, a name on the dedication plaque of Enterprise NX-01, was named after her.

Prior to her work on Enterprise she worked as executive story editor and later co-producer on Aaron Spelling's drama series Melrose Place between 1997 and 1999. She also wrote the story for eight episodes and portrayed a patient in the 1998 episode "The World According to Matt", which was directed by Star Trek III: The Search for Spock cinematographer Charles Correll and featured Trek performers Claudette Nevins and Mark L. Taylor. Stella worked as story editor and writer on the animated show Hey Arnold! on which she also voiced Arnold's mother, Stella, in two episodes (2000 and 2002, along fellow voice actor Dan Butler).

As writer, Stella worked on the television comedy Deep Dish TV (1992), the television series They Came from Outer Space (1991), Providence (1999-2000, also as producer), Titans (2000-2001, also as producer), Joan of Arcadia (2004), South Beach (2006, also as producer), Close to Home (2006-2007, also as producer), Canterbury's Law (2008, also as supervising producer), and Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2009, also as supervising producer).

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