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Regina Parton (born 28 August 1945; age 73) is a stuntwoman and stunt actress who served as stunt double for Nancy Kovack in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "A Private Little War". She received no credit for her work. She filmed her scenes on Wednesday 4 October 1967 on location at the Bell Ranch.

Parton was one of the founding and charter members of the Stuntwomens Association of Motion Pictures in 1967 alongside fellow Star Trek stuntwomen Mary Statler and Donna Garrett. She was the daughter of the late stuntman Regis Parton, who died in 1996.

She has performed stunts and stunt acting parts in films such as The Love Bug (1968, with William Couch, Carey Loftin, and Tom Steele), Dirty Harry (1971, with Andrew Robinson and stunts by William Couch, Vince Deadrick, Chuck Hicks, Dick Crockett, and George Sawaya), Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972) and Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973), Earthquake (1974, with John S. Ragin, George Murdock, Gene Dynarski, Eugene Collier, Kenny Endoso, Jerry Hardin, Jimmy Nickerson, and stunts by Tony Brubaker, Bill Catching, Erik Cord, Paula Crist, Dick Crockett, Dick Dial, Nick Dimitri, Gary Epper, Donna Garrett, Robert Herron, Tommy J. Huff, Gene LeBell, Bob Minor, and Felix Silla), Crazy Mama (1975, with Dick Miller), The Hindenburg (1975, with Rene Auberjonois, Alan Oppenheimer, Rex Holman, and stunts by Dick Crockett, Gary Epper, Robert Herron, Jimmy Nickerson, and George Wilbur), The Fantastic Seven (1979), The Black Hole (1979), The Cannonball Run (1981, with Adrienne Barbeau, John Fiedler, and stunts by Hal Needham, Bobby Bass, Gilbert Combs, Eurlyne Epper, Allan Graf, and Jimmy Nickerson), Cannonball Run II (1984), and Legal Eagles (1986, with David Clennon, Bruce French, Robert Curtis Brown, Rudolph Willrich, and stunts by Rick Avery, Chuck Hicks, Buck McDancer, Noon Orsatti, Mic Rodgers, Spike Silver, and Branscombe Richmond).

Parton has also performed stunts and stunt roles in television series such as The F.B.I., The Mod Squad, Emergency! (1973, with Kevin Tighe and Yvonne Craig), The Rockford Files, Charlie's Angels, Hart to Hart, and Adam-12.

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