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Linda Colucci-Madalone (born 9 September 1960; age 56) is an author and former stuntwoman who worked on several episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. She was one of the stunt doubles for Nicole de Boer and Jennifer Lien and appeared numerous times as a Bajoran, a Starfleet officer or an alien.
Born as Linda Lee Colucci, she attended the North Plainfield High School, is married to Star Trek stunt coordinator Dennis Madalone, is the daughter-in-law of stuntman Chuck Madalone, and the sister of stuntman George Colucci. In 2002 she was a producer, food service coordinator and did the background vocals on Dennis Madalone's music video and song "America We Stand as One".
Among her stunt work are the comedy The Beverly Hillbillies (1993, with Diedrich Bader, David L. Crowley, and stunts by Dana Dru Evenson, Lynn Salvatori, Cherie Tash, Noon Orsatti, and Elle Alexander), the science fiction comedy Test Tube Teens from the Year 2000 (1994, with Ian Abercrombie, Chuck Borden, and Dyanna Lynn), the drama Somebody to Love (1994, with Mickey Cottrell, stunt coordinated by Chuck Borden, and stunts by George Colucci and Rex Pierson), and the television thriller A Wing and a Prayer (1998, with Leon Russom, Jim Metzler, Efrain Figueroa, Robert Curtis Brown, Bill Mondy, Don Fischer, Bob Kirsh, and stunts by Dennis Madalone and George Collucci).
She also doubled actress Colleen Dion in a 1992 episode of the daily soap The Bold and the Beautiful on which she worked with stuntman Vince Deadrick, Jr. for stunt coordinator Michael Cassidy. However, her first job as stunt double was for actress Susan Lucci. 
For several years, Colucci Madalone has been working as author. Her first novel, "The 440 Train", was published by Godchildren Publishing in 2011.  In 2015, she published her second novel, titled "Tesrod Farmhouse".