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Fiona Vroom is an actress who played an unnamed character identified only as "Green Girl" in Justin Lin's Star Trek Beyond. Alongside Erin Gray and Lou Ferrigno, Vroom appeared in the second episode of the fan made production Star Trek Continues in 2013 where she worked with Larry Nemecek. In this episode she also played an Orion, the title character Lolani.
Beside stand-in work on the mystery sequel The X Files: I Want to Believe (2008, with Lynne Burnett and ADR voices by Rif Hutton and Nicholas Guest), Vroom's first acting appearances are guest roles in episodes of Psych (2008, starring Corbin Bernsen), Kyle XY (2008, with Bruce Thomas), Alice (2009, with Matt Frewer, Colm Meaney, and Jeremy Raymond), Human Target (2010), Eureka (2010, starring Salli Richardson-Whitfield), Supernatural (2010, with Jim Beaver, Mark A. Sheppard, and Matt Frewer), and Tower Prep (2010, with Peggy Jo Jacobs).
Vroom is the co-creator of the project The True Heroines which was first performed as a cabaret stage play, then as a webseries in 2013. For this project, on which she played one of the leading characters and worked as executive producer, Vroom received two Leo Award nominations and a win in the category Best Web Series in 2014 and a Canadian Screen Award nomination at the 2014 Gemini Awards.
Further acting work includes the television thriller Broken Trust (2012), the short comedy How to Deal with an Axe Murderer (2014), the dance drama Step Up All In (2014), a recurring role in the comedy series Single & Dating in Vancouver (2013-2014), the crime drama Big Eyes (2014, with James Saito), the romance What an Idiot (2014, with Adam DiMarco and Tysen Schieber), and guest roles in Motive (2015, with Louis Ferreira), Bates Motel (2015, with Kevin Rahm), Hell on Wheels (2015, with Colm Meaney and Tzi Ma and directed by David Straiton), and Ties That Bind (2015).
More recent projects are the television comedy R.L. Stine's Monsterville: The Cabinet of Souls (2015), the television comedy Autumn Dreams (2015), the short drama Meridian (2015, with stunts by Nick Marinos), and the comedy Army of One (2016).