(written from a Production point of view)
Melissa Antablin is a costumer who worked on several episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Prior to her work on Star Trek, Antablin worked as costumer on the romance Joe Versus the Volcano (1990), the crime drama Mobsters (1991, with Joseph Markham), the fantasy adaptation Batman Returns (1992), the television drama Sinatra (1992), the television series Seinfeld (1991-1993, starring Jason Alexander), and the romance Angie (1994).
Further work includes the television series The Martin Short Show (1994), The John Larroquette Show (1995-1996), The Jeff Foxworthy Show (1996-1997), The Good News (1997-1998), The '60s (1999), 24 (2001), Family Affair (2002-2003), Strong Medicine (2003), Monk (2004), Unfabulous (2004-2005), Hot Properties (2005), Ghost Whisperer (2005-2006), Drake & Josh (2005-2006), Tell Me You Love Me (2007), and Dirty Sexy Money (2007-2009). Film work includes the comedy sequel Father of the Bride Part II (1995, with David Page), the music drama That Thing You Do! (1996, with Cha Blevins and Alison Gail Bixby), the mystery film The Haunting (1999), the crime comedy Who Is Cletis Tout? (2001), the television drama Path to War (2002), the comedy Something's Gotta Give (2003, with Sonny Merritt), the romance Elizabethtown (2005), and the television comedy The Mastersons of Manhattan (2007).
More recently, Antablin worked as costumer on the science fiction film Battle Los Angeles (2011, with Camille Argus and Philip Maldonado), the television movie Carnal Innocence (2011), the drama The Master (2012), and the comedy series In Living Color (2012).
Star Trek credits Edit
- "Descent, Part II" (Season 7, uncredited)
- "Dark Page" (uncredited)
- "Inheritance" (uncredited)
- "Homeward" (uncredited)
- "Lower Decks" (uncredited)
- "Thine Own Self" (uncredited)
- "Masks" (uncredited)
- "Eye of the Beholder" (uncredited)
- "Journey's End" (uncredited)
- "Firstborn" (uncredited)
- "Bloodlines" (uncredited)
- "Emergence" (uncredited)
- "Preemptive Strike" (uncredited)
- "All Good Things..." (uncredited)