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Ruth Ann Crudup-Brown is a teacher who is also known as Ruth Ann Brown and Ruth Ann Crudup. She worked as a set teacher for the child actors on episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise. She received no credit for this work but is listed on the call sheets of the episodes.

Other projects she worked as studio teacher or welfare worker on include the drama Penitentiary II (1982), the musical Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo (1984), the television drama The Kid Who Loved Christmas (1990, with Ben Vereen and Vanessa Williams), the family comedy Camp Nowhere (1994, with John Putch, Christopher Lloyd, Kate Mulgrew, and Jonathan Frakes), the horror film Species (1995), the television thriller Evil Has a Face (1996), the thriller Zero Effect (1998), the thriller Resurrection (1999, with Leland Orser), and the comedy series Reba (2002-2004, starring Scarlett Pomers).

Further work includes the television series Shameless (2011), Law & Order: Los Angeles (2011), I Hate My Teenage Daughter (2011, starring Kevin Rahm), and Blunt Talk (2015, starring Patrick Stewart), the music drama Beyond the Lights (2014, with Benito Martinez, Aisha Hinds, Wren T. Brown, Tom Wright, and Teebone Mitchell), and the short comedy Danny's Plan (2016).

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