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Sandra Wild

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Sandra Wild (born 19 July) is an actress and model who made an appearance as a fantasy woman in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Deja Q". She received no credit for her role and was identified by the name tag of her costume which was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay and modified for further re-uses in different episodes such as Star Trek: Deep Space Nines "Sanctuary". [1]

Wild also appeared in several early episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as a dabo girl. She again received no credit for her role.

Born in San Antonio, Texas, Wild worked as a Playboy model between 1988 and 1994 and was featured in several magazines and on covers, as well as in several Playboy video productions. Wild was featured in episodes of the television series Married with Children (1989, with Barbara Alyn Woods), Full House (1989, with Steve Bond), Columbo (1990, alongside Mark Margolis, David Huddleston, Rainelle Saunders, Jimmy Ortega, and Cameron), The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, and Dear John (1990, with Jane Carr, Harry Groener, and Melissa Young).

Further film credits include supporting roles in the comedies California Hot Wax (1992) and Body Waves (1992, with Dick Miller and Steve Kehela), the Playboy production Inside Out IV (1992, with Bernard Kates), the thriller Sunset Grill (1993, with Peter Weller, John Rhys-Davies, Benito Martinez, Jerry Spicer, Alan Shearman, and Branscombe Richmond), and the action film Fit to Kill (1993, with Brett Baxter Clark).

In addition, Wild appeared in several music videos such as Eddie Murphy's Put Your Mouth On Me, Dwight Yoakam's Turn It On, and Slaughter's Up All Night, and received a Benchwarmer trading card in 1992. [2]

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