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Belinda Bryant is a make-up artist who worked on several Star Trek television series and feature films. In addition she provided special effects make-up to the 1996 video game Star Trek: Borg. Her work on Star Trek earned her six Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Makeup for a Series for the following episodes:
- 1997 for "Apocalypse Rising", shared with Michael Westmore, Camille Calvet, Karen Iverson, Ellis Burman, Jr., R. Stephen Weber, David Quashnick, Dean Jones, Mark Bussan, Brad Look, James MacKinnon, Allan A. Apone, Perri Sorel, Mary Kay Morse, John Maldonado, Lisa Collins, and Karen Westerfield
- 1998 for "Who Mourns for Morn?", shared with Michael Westmore, Camille Calvet, Dean Jones, Karen Iverson, Mark Bussan, Ellis Burman, Jt., Karen Westerfield, Mary Kay Morse, Joe Podnar, Suzanne Diaz, Jill Rockow, David Quashnick, and Bernd Rantscheff
- 1999 for "The Dogs of War", shared with Michael Westmore, Camille Calvet, Dean Jones, Mark Bussan, Mary Kay Morse, Ellis Burman, Jr., Karen Iverson, Karen Westerfield, Brad Look, David Quashnick, Earl Ellis, Joe Podnar, R. Stephen Weber, Jeff Lewis, Sandra Rowden, Toby Lamm, Michael F. Blake, June Westmore, Judith Silverman, Craig Smith, Kevin Haney, Suzanne Diaz, Scott Wheeler, James Rohland, Tina Hoffman, and Natalie Wood
- 2000 for "Ashes to Ashes", shared with Michael Westmore, Scott Wheeler, Tina Hoffman, James Rohland, Suzanne Diaz, Natalie Wood, Ellis Burman, Jr., David Quashnick, and Jeff Lewis
- 2001 for "The Void", shared with Michael Westmore, Tina Hoffman, Scott Wheeler, James Rohland, Suzanne Diaz, Natalie Wood, Ellis Burman, Jr., Jeff Lewis, Brad Look, Joe Podnar, David Quashnick, Karen Westerfield, and Earl Ellis
- 2002 for "Broken Bow", shared with Michael Westmore, Art Anthony, David DeLeon, Suzanne Diaz, Earl Ellis, Jeff Lewis, Brad Look, Joe Podnar, Karen Westerfield, June Westmore, and Natalie Wood
Bryant started her study of makeup art in the '80s and worked as teaching assistant to make-up artist William J. Tuttle between 1984 and 1995, followed by her ten year connection with Star Trek under department head Michael Westmore. Among her creations were the make-up's of Kazons, Bolians, and Borg. 
Prior to her work on Star Trek, Bryant was the makeup department head for the television thriller The Case of the Hillside Stranglers (1989), worked as makeup supervisor on the television drama Doing Time on Maple Drive (1992), as personal make-up artist for John Forsythe on the television show I Witness Video (1992), and as hair stylist on the comedy Shelf Life (1993). Bryant served as makeup artist on the television movie K-9000 (1991), on the television drama The Water Engine (1992), on the television drama The Heart of Justice (1992), on the last season of the television drama series The Wonder Years (1992-1993, co-starring Olivia d'Abo and Robert Picardo and along with Star Trek hair stylist Alicia M. Tripi), and on Joel Schumacher's superhero sequel Batman Forever (1995).
The following years she provided special effects makeup for the comedy Scary Movie 2 (2001, with Deborah Holmes Dobson, Barry R. Koper, Allan A. Apone, and Robert Maverick), makeup for the drama The Majestic (2001, with Teressa Hill and Art Anthony), the family comedy The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006), and for the fantasy adventure Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007). She worked as key makeup artist on the first season of the drama series American Family (2002, with Mark Shostrom and Veronica Lorenz), as makeup artist on the final season of Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2002-2003) and on the unaired pilot episode of House M.D. (2004, along with Joel Harlow, Leo Corey Castellano, and Andy Clement), and was the makeup department head on the final season of the drama series Strong Medicine (2005-2006, co-starring Kim Meredith and Michelle Horn).
More recent credits as makeup artist include the Cane pilot episode (2007, with Angela Gurule and Michael Moore), Steven Spielberg's action adventure Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008), the sixth season of the crime series Cold Case (2008-2009), and the television drama The Eastmans (2009, with Lygia Orta and Gloria Ponce).
Star Trek credits Edit
(This list is currently incomplete.)
- Star Trek films
- Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- "Invasive Procedures" (uncredited) (Season 2)
- "Cardassians" (uncredited)
- "Profit and Loss" (uncredited)
- "The Jem'Hadar" (uncredited)
- "The House of Quark" (uncredited) (Season 3)
- "Second Skin" (uncredited)
- "Visionary" (uncredited)
- "The Way of the Warrior" (uncredited (Season 4)
- "Starship Down" (uncredited)
- "Paradise Lost" (uncredited)
- "Rules of Engagement" (uncredited)
- "Apocalypse Rising" (Season 5)
- "Ferengi Love Songs"
- "In the Cards"
- "Favor the Bold" (Season 6)
- "Who Mourns for Morn?"
- "Far Beyond the Stars"
- "Image in the Sand" (Season 7)
- "Take Me Out to the Holosuite"
- "Prodigal Daughter"
- "The Dogs of War"
- "What You Leave Behind"
- Star Trek: Voyager
- "Parallax" (Season 1)
- "Time and Again"
- "Heroes and Demons"
- "Learning Curve"
- "Persistence of Vision" (Season 2)
- "Death Wish"
- "The Swarm" (Season 3)
- "False Profits"
- "Fair Trade"
- "The Gift" (Season 4)
- "The Raven"
- "Scientific Method"
- "Mortal Coil"
- "Message in a Bottle"
- "The Omega Directive"
- "Hope and Fear"
- "Drone" (Season 5)
- "In the Flesh"
- "Nothing Human"
- "Dark Frontier"
- "Think Tank"
- "Barge of the Dead" (Season 6)
- "Dragon's Teeth"
- "Spirit Folk"
- "Ashes to Ashes"
- "The Haunting of Deck Twelve"
- "Inside Man" (Season 7)
- "Body and Soul"
- "Flesh and Blood"
- "The Void"
- "Natural Law"
- Star Trek: Enterprise