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Lindsey Stoddart (born 2 October 1974; age 41) is the actress who played the Triannon Indava in the Star Trek: Enterprise third season episode "Chosen Realm" in 2003. Her costume was later sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. [1] [2]

Stoddart has guest starred in a number of television series including episodes of Shasta McNasty (2000, with Nicole Forester), Without a Trace (2004, with series regular Enrique Murciano), The Drew Carey Show (2004, starring Diedrich Bader), Scrubs (2002-2005, starring Ken Jenkins, and guest starring Charles S. Chun, Biff Yeager, Donald Sage Mackay, Alan Ruck, Ron Ostrow, including an episode under the direction of Marc Buckland), Bones (2006, with Robert Foxworth and Cullen Douglas), and My Boys (2006).

Stoddart has also played in several films such as The Ring (2002, with Shannon Cochran, Richard Lineback, Joe Chrest, Stephanie Erb, Chuck Hicks, Keith Campbell, Michael Spound, and Maury Ginsberg), Shallow Ground (2004), Headhunter (2005), Counter Productive (2006), and Love Shack (2007, starring and written, produced, and directed by Michael Buchman Silver and with Molly Hagan).

Further work includes the comedy series Hollywood Residential (2008, working with Rachael Harris and John Cho), guest roles in episodes of Reno 911! (2008, with Brandon Molale), How I Met Your Mother (2008), Modern Family (2009), Desperate Housewives (2011, with Teri Hatcher, Vanessa Williams, Brenda Strong, Miguel Ferrer, Kevin Rahm, and Dakin Matthews), and Psych (2012, with Corbin Bernsen, Mädchen Amick, and John Rhys-Davies), a recurring role in The Sarah Silverman Program (2007-2010, created and produced by and starring Sarah Silverman), and voice work for the television project Electric City (2012, with John Rubinstein).

More recent credits are a guest role in 2 Broke Girls (2014), several voice-overs for the animated series Bob's Burgers (2012-2015), and as writer on the television comedy Salem Rogers (2015).

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