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(written from a Production point of view)
Kim Darby (born 8 July 1947; age 69) is the actress who played the character Miri in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Miri" when she was in her late teens in 1966. Her shapeless costume was intended to hide her age (specifically, her bust and adult curves), since she was playing a younger girl. Darby filmed her scenes between Monday 22 August 1966 and Tuesday 30 August 1966 at Desilu Stage 9, Stage 10 and at the 40 Acres backlot.
She began working at age fifteen, and has worked steadily since. Probably her most famous role is Mattie Ross, from the John Wayne film True Grit (1969, with John Fiedler, Alfred Ryder, Jeff Corey, and Ron Soble).
- Dr. Kildare episode "What's Different About Today?" (1964, with Patricia Smith)
- The Fugitive episode "An Apple a Day" (1965, with David Janssen)
- Bus Riley's Back in Town (1965, with James Doohan and Nan Martin, directed by Harvey Hart)
- The Strawberry Statement (1970, with Bruce Davison and Booker Bradshaw)
- Red Sky at Morning (1971, with John Colicos, Nehemiah Persoff and Gregory Sierra)
- The Grissom Gang (1971, with Robert Lansing, Hal Baylor, and Don Keefer)
- The People (1972, with William Shatner)
- The Streets of San Francisco, pilot episode (1972)
- Rich Man, Poor Man (1976 television miniseries, with Roy Jenson, Fionnula Flanagan, Lawrence Pressman, and Leigh J. McCloskey)
- The Last Convertible (1979 television miniseries, with Michael Nouri)
- This Is the Life (1983, with Jonathan Frakes, Brock Peters, Joan Pringle, Richard Carlyle, Andrew Robinson, Henry Darrow, and Nehemiah Persoff)
- The Facts Of Life episode "Joint Custody" (1984, with Joel Brooks)
- Murder, She Wrote episode "We're Off to Kill the Wizard" (1984, with Eric Server, Vince Howard, and John Schuck)
- Better Off Dead... (1985, with David Ogden Stiers and Vincent Schiavelli)
- Teen Wolf Too (1987, with Estee Chandler, Mark Holton, Eric Matthew and David Burton)
- Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995, with Mitchell Ryan, J.C. Brandy, Alan Echeverria, and George Wilbur)
- NewsBreak (2000, with Michael Spound)