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Blake Lindsley (born 19 December 1973; age 42) is an actress from Los Angeles, California who appeared on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, playing Synon in the episode "Once More Unto the Breach". She also played the role of K'Poraq in the video game Star Trek: Klingon Academy.

Lindsley had previously appeared in an episode of JAG alongside fellow Star Trek guest performers Vaughn Armstrong and Bill Bolender. She later went on to appear in episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (with Glenn Morshower and Mark Moses), Philly (with Susan Diol), NYPD Blue (with Gordon Clapp), Mister Sterling (with David Gautreaux, Randy Oglesby, Eric Pierpoint, and Harris Yulin), Frasier (with Kelsey Grammer and Stephen Root), and Crossing Jordan (with Jonathan Del Arco and Miguel Ferrer). She more recently appeared in the "Mindhunters" episode of Cold Case, which also guest-starred Star Trek: Enterprise regular John Billingsley.

She also has several films to her credit. She made her motion picture debut in 1994's Getting In, co-starring Len Cariou. She followed this in 1996 with a role in The Glimmer Man opposite Bob Gunton and Nikki Cox, and in 1997 with a supporting role in the cult science fiction film Starship Troopers, which also starred Dina Meyer, Clancy Brown, Bruce Gray, and Lenore Kasdorf.

Her other film credits include small roles in Swingers (1996), Ground Control (1998, with Bruce McGill), I Woke Up Early the Day I Died (1998, with Lee Arenberg, Ron Perlman, Mark Rolston, Carel Struycken, and Steven Weber), The Big Brass Ring (1999, with Gregg Henry and Jim Metzler), and Mulholland Drive (2001, with Patrick Fischler, Wayne Grace, and Robin Ritter).

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