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Shirley Crawford is a Hair Stylist who worked on the Star Trek: The Next Generation second season episode "The Dauphin" in 1989.

Crawford received three Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Achievement in Hairstyling for a Miniseries or a Special: In 1984 for the mini series George Washington, shared with Janice D. Brandow, in 1986 for the mini series North and South, Book II, shared with Yolanda Toussieng, and in 1987 for the television sequel George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation, shared with Gus Le Pre.

Other projects she worked as hair stylist on include the western Baker's Hawk (1976, with Silvia Abascal), the comedy Flush (1977), the television horror film The Spell (1977, with Michael Westmore), the television comedy Three on a Date (1978), the drama Our Winning Season (1978), the television drama Flatbed Annie & Sweetiepie: Lady Truckers (1979, starring Kim Darby), the television film She's Dressed to Kill (1979), the television series The Waltons (1979-1980), the comedy Zorro, the Gay Blade (1981), the comedy Young Doctors in Love (1982, with Jim Kail and Wes Dawn), the television series Square Pegs (1982-1983), the comedy Scenes from a Mall (1991), the drama For the Boys (1991, with Hazel Catmull, Jill Rockow, and Audrey L. Anzures), the fantasy comedy Death Becomes Her (1992, with Kevin Haney, Greg Nelson, and Jake Garber), and the comic adaptation The Shadow (1994, with Greg Cannom, Candace Neal, Keith VanderLaan, and Nina Kent).

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