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Candace E. Neal, sometimes credited as Candy Neal, is an Emmy Award-winning hair stylist who worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. in 1993 Neal received an Emmy Award nomination in the category Outstanding Individual Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series for the episode "Move Along Home", shared with Ronald W. Smith, Gerald Solomon, and Susan Zietlow-Maust and won an Emmy Award in the same category for the episode "Time's Arrow, Part II", shared with Joy Zapata, Patricia Miller, Laura Connolly, Richard Sabre, Julia L. Walker, and Josée Normand.
Neal also won a Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award as Key Hair Stylist on the 2001 science fiction film A.I. Artificial Intelligence. This latter award was shared with fellow Star Trek hair stylists Karen Asano-Myers and Terry Baliel.
Among the films on which Neal has worked as a hair stylist are True Believe (starring Kurtwood Smith), Single White Female (starring Steven Weber), Made in America and The Deep End of the Ocean (both starring Whoopi Goldberg), How to Make an American Quilt (starring Winona Ryder, Alfre Woodard, and Jean Simmons), and Independence Day (featuring Brent Spiner). She has also been the personal hair stylist for such actors and actresses as Pierce Brosnan (on 1997's Dante's Peak), Michelle Pfeiffer (on 1998's The Deep End of the Ocean), Melanie Griffith (on 1999's Crazy in Alabama), Rita Wilson (on 2002's Auto Focus), and Renee Zellweger (on 2008's Leatherheads).
As Key Hair Stylist or Hair Department Head, her credits include such science fiction-oriented films as Mars Attacks! (featuring Paul Winfield), Minority Report (featuring Neal McDonough and Patrick Kilpatrick), and X-Men: The Last Stand (starring Kelsey Grammer, Famke Janssen, and Patrick Stewart). She was also Key Hair Stylist on the 2005 fantasy-oriented films Constantine (featuring Larry Cedar) and Sky High (composed by Michael Giacchino).
More recently, Neal was the hair department head on the science fiction thriller Surrogates (2009), the crime thriller Trespass (2011, with Ve Neill and Rick Stratton), the thriller The Paperboy (2012), and the science fiction thriller The Host (2013).
Star Trek credits Edit
(This list is currently incomplete.)