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Lisa Collins is a makeup artist who worked on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. In 1997 she was part of the makeup department which earned an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Makeup for a Series for the fifth season episode "Apocalypse Rising". Collins shared this nomination with Michael Westmore, Camille Calvet, Karen Iverson, Ellis Burman, Jr., R. Stephen Weber, David Quashnick, Dean Jones, Mark Bussan, Brad Look, Belinda Bryant, James MacKinnon, Allan A. Apone, Perri Sorel, Mary Kay Morse, John Maldonado, and Karen Westerfield.
Born as 'Lisa Marie Visione she started to work in the makeup department in the early '90s and was a makeup artist on the television movie Empire City (1991), the romance Prelude to a Kiss (1992, along with Kathe Swanson), the television seris In Living Color (1993), the drama Mad Dog and Glory (1993, again with Kathe Swanson), Roland Emmerich's science fiction blockbuster Stargate (1994, with Greg Nelson and Jake Garber), the comedy Flirting with Disaster (1996), the science fiction comedy television series Homeboys in Outer Space (1996-1997), the comic adaptation Batman & Robin (1997, along with Lee Ann Brittenham, Jeff Dawn, Edouard F. Henriques, Dayne Johnson, Jim Kail, Michael Key, James MacKinnon, Ve Neill, Jill Rockow, Barbara Ronci, Rick Stratton, Yolanda Toussieng, and Crist Ballas), the drama Buffalo Soldiers (1997, with Clinton Wayne), the drama series Melrose Place (1997), the thriller No Code of Conduct (1998), the cooking show BBQ with Bobby Flay (2004), and the television series Numb3rs (2006), CSI: New York (2006, with James MacKinnon), and Justice (2006).
More recent credits as additional makeup artist include the television series Hidden Palms (2007), the comedy The Hottie & the Nottie (2008), and the comedy Young Americans (2010, with Kim Santantonio).