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Gus Le Pre is a hair stylist who worked on the first nine episodes of the fifth season of Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1991.

Le Pre received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Miniseries or a Special in 1987 for his work on the television drama George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation which he shared with Shirley Crawford. He also received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Series in 1991 for his work on the Anything But Love episode "Long Days Journey Into...What?".

Le Pre worked as hair stylist for Liza Minnelli on the 1972 musical drama Cabaret and for Carol Burnett on the television series The Carol Burnett Show (1969-1975). Further credits include the television drama Fighting Back (1980), the television crime drama Our Family Business (1981), and episodes of Logan's Run (1977), Eight is Enough (1977-1981), Dynasty (1982-1984, starring Joan Collins), Hill Street Blues (1985), Full House (1987), Hotel (1983-1988, starring Michael Spound), Knots Landing (1988-1989), The Bradys (1990), Beauty and the Beast (1988-1990, starring Ron Perlman), The Family Man (1990), and Dark Shadows (1991, starring Ben Cross and Jean Simmons).

Following his work on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Le Pre worked as hair stylist on the fantasy adventure Hook (1991, with Caryl Codon-Tharp, Norma Lee, Kim Santantonio, and Francine Shermaine), the comedy sequel Wayne's World 2 (1993, with Kathrine Gordon), the thriller Mother's Boys (1994), the action drama Speed (1994, with Susan Zietlow-Maust), the crime comedy Mad Dog Time (1996, with Linda Leiter Sharp and Susan Zietlow-Maust), and the television series Chicago Hope (1994-1995).

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