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Lynne Langdon is an actress who appeared as a Risian bistro patron in the Star Trek: Enterprise first season episode "Two Days and Two Nights" in 2002. She received no credit for this appearance and was identified by the call sheet. Langdon filmed her scenes on Monday 25 March 2002 on Paramount Stage 9.
Langdon was born as Lynne Frances Wachendorfer in Penn, North Dakota, USA and has been engaged to celebrity photographer Harry Langdon since 1999.
As an actress, Langdon was featured in the action comedy Sing si lip yan (1993), the drama Chung Hing sam lam (1994), the romance Zhu guang bao qi (1994), the drama The Pillow Book (1996, with Ronald Guttman), the action thriller Knock Off (1998, with Paul Sorvino and Jeff Wolfe), the short comedy See For Yourself (2001), the action thriller 1st Testament CIA Vengeance (2001), and the fantasy drama Mou han fou wut (2002).
Further acting work includes guest roles in episodes of The Guardian (2002, with Raphael Sbarge and Brent Hinkley), That '80s Show (2002, with Renee Goldsberry), Haunted (2002), and Desperate Housewives (2005, with Teri Hatcher, Steven Culp, Mark Moses, Brenda Strong, Brett Cullen, Mark L. Taylor, and Paul Rae), the comedy Something's Gotta Give (2003, with Patrick Fischler, Julia Rose, and Sean Smith), the comedy A-List (2006, with Edward Albert and Leigh Taylor-Young), the comedy Out at the Wedding (2007, with Cathy DeBuono), the comedy Beautiful Loser (2008, with Harry Groener), and the science fiction comedy Space Girls in Beverly Hills (2009).
In 2008, Langdon made he writing and directing debut with the short comedy Weather Girls on which she also worked as producer and lead actress. She previously worked as executive producer on the short projects The Crusader (2005, with Alina Andrei) and The Price of Freedom (2005).