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Cecelia Specht is an actress who appeared in several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise as an operations division crewman. As a background performer she received no credit for her appearances. Specht's costume from her role in the episode "In a Mirror, Darkly, Part II" was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay where her name was misspelled as Cecilia Specht. 
Born in Santa Cruz, California, Specht earned her MFA from The Nes School University and her BA in Political Science from the U.C. Berkeley. She trained acting at the Actor's Studio and under coach Barbara Bain. Specht is married to actor David Ross Paterson since 1998 and is the sister of director and producer Carrie Specht.
Among her performances are the short films Bleach (1998) and Lipstick (1999), the science fiction comedy Stepsister from Planet Weird (2000), a recurring role in the drama series Neighbours (1999-2001), the short film Signs of Life (2002), a recurring role in the television series Ponderosa (2002, starring Daniel Hugh Kelly and Brad Dourif), a guest part in Stingers (2002), the horror thrillers Darkness Falls (2003) and Evil Never Dies (2003), the short comedy On the Job (2005), the comedy Outta Sync (2006, with Mark Chaet and Sofie Calderon), the short film Address Unknown (2006) on which she also worked as producer, guest parts in Las Vegas (2005, with Nikki Cox and Sean Smith), Criminal Minds (2007, with Bill Smitrovich), and Zoey 101 (2007), and the short comedy Background(ed) (2007).
More recent projects include guest roles in Life (2008, with Victor Rivers and directed by David Straiton) and Dexter (2008, with Shawn Crowder), Ron Howard's drama Frost/ Nixon (2008, with Frank Langella, Andy Milder, Geoffrey Blake, Clint Howard, Ned Vaughn, Steve Kehela, Googy Gress, Christopher Jude, and Arne Starr), and the short drama Breakfast Meeting (2009, directed, written, and produced by her sister).
Star Trek appearances Edit
(This list is currently incomplete.)