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Carr was a regular cast member on the television comedy series Dear John, playing the role of troubled singles and divorce group leader Louise Mercer throughout all four seasons. Fellow Enterprise guest star Harry Groener was also a regular on the series.
After making her debut in the 1969 film The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Carr had a supporting role in the 1970 comedy Something for Everyone and was the lead actress in the 1971 British film Danny Jones. She then appeared intermittently on television throughout the 1970s and 80s. In 1992, she co-starred with John Rhys-Davies and Mark Moses in the Perry Mason TV movie The Case of the Fatal Flaming. The following year, she and her Enterprise co-star Scott Bakula appeared together in an episode of Murphy Brown. The year after that, she guest-starred in an episode of the science fiction series Babylon 5, co-starring with fellow Trek veterans Mary Kay Adams, Andreas Katsulas, Bill Mumy, Carel Struycken, and Keith Szarabajka. And in 1995, she appeared in a two-part episode of Mad About You with Anne Elizabeth Ramsay and Meg Wyllie. Also that year, she had a role in the TV special Here Comes the Munsters, as did Max Grodénchik. Her other credits include appearances in the 1999 films Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and Blue Streak, guest-starring roles on such series as Wings, Beverly Hills, 90210, Friends, Judging Amy, and Monk, and recurring roles on Curb Your Enthusiasm and Gilmore Girls.
She currently voices the character of Pud'n (among other roles) on the animated series The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.