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Autumn Reeser (born 21 September 1980; age 36) is the actress who played the Ventu girl in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Natural Law". This role was her first television appearance.

Reeser is best known for her role as Taylor Townsend in the third and fourth seasons of The O.C. She also had recurring roles on the shows Grounded for Life, George Lopez, and Complete Savages (the latter starring Keith Carradine). In addition, she has made appearances on Birds of Prey (starring Dina Meyer), CSI (in an episode with Michael Ensign), and Cold Case (with Johanna Watts, Samantha Eggar, and Bruce Gray). Her film credits include The Girl Next Door (2004), Our Very Own (2005, co-starring Keith Carradine), and Americanese (2006).

With production on The O.C. now wrapped, Reeser is set to co-star with Star Trek: Enterprise's John Billingsley on the pilot for a new series entitled The World According to Barnes.

More recently, Reeser starred as Phoebe Valentine, one of the Greek reborn Titans, in the short lived drama series Valentine (2008), where she appeared alongside regulars Patrick Fabian and Greg Ellis, and guest stars such as Patricia Tallman, David Burke, Tim Ransom, and Noa Tishby. John Putch worked as director for the third episode. She also appeared in two episodes of Human Target (2010) and starred in the science fiction drama series No Ordinary Family (2010-2011, with Jimmy Bennett, Stephen Collins, and Reggie Lee).

She was recently a regular on the military drama Last Resort (with Bruce Davison).

In 2015, Reeser was elected as Los Angeles member of the National Board of Directors for the 2015-2017 period of SAG/AFTRA.

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