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Caprice Crawford (born 2 June 1971; age 45) is an actress who portrayed a Bajoran comfort woman in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night". She received no credit for her appearance and was identified by the name tag of her costume which was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay and featured the name tag Caprice. 
Crawford, also known as Caprice Fisher, was born in Kansas City, Missouri and studied acting in New York, Manhattan, and Los Angeles. Beside her part in Deep Space Nine, Crawford appeared in episodes of Nash Bridges (1996, with Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Serena Scott Thomas, Julianne Christie, and Mary Mara), The Keenan Ivory Wayans Show (1997), Boy Meets World (1998, with Lindsay Ridgeway), Malcolm & Eddie (1998, with Gina Ravera), and Method & Red (2004). She was also an "O-Girl" in the game show Oblivious.
Among her film and feature credits are the German documentary German Hollywood Dreams (2000), the German action comedy Auf Herz und Nieren (2001), the short film Keys of Life (2003), the drama Elizabethtown (2005, with Kirsten Dunst, Bruce McGill, Kristin Lindquist, Jim Fitzpatrick, and Kelvin Yu), and the short comedy The Maxwell Multiple Climax (2007, with Bruce Barbour and James Lew).
More recently she worked as still photographer on the action thriller Fatal Rescue (2008) and the action drama The Boxer (2009).