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(written from a Production point of view)
J. Suzanne Rampe worked as a stuntwoman and stunt actress and performed stunts in several episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager. She was also one of the stunt doubles for Terry Farrell. Rampe received no screen credit for her appearances. Her costume as double for Leslie Hope was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay as part of a costume lot.  Her name was misspelled as Susan Rampe.
Rampe worked as vice president for the Stuntwomen's Association of Motion Pictures and Films and founded the Women in Film Stunt Committee. She ended her career as stuntwoman a few years ago. She met her husband, an acrobatic artist, on the set of Showgirls. Today they have two children and own and manage a vacation apartment rental business in Hermosa Beach, California.
On her stunt resume are films such as Lovelines (1984, with Todd Bryant and stunts by Pat Romano, Brian J. Williams, and Scott Wilder), Shadowzone (1990, with Louise Fletcher), The Rocketeer (1991, with William O. Campbell, Paul Sorvino, Ed Lauter, Max Grodénchik, Terry O'Quinn, Tiny Ron, Clint Howard, Tommy J. Huff, William Frankfather, and stunts by Scott Leva, Janet Brady, Gary Epper, Mark De Alessandro, Maria R. Kelly, and Denney Pierce), The Nutt House (1992, with stunts by Patricia Tallman), Cliffhanger (1993), Kalifornia (1993, with Michelle Forbes), as stunt double for Joan Severance in Black Scorpion (1995, with Anita Hart and Rosine "Ace" Hatem), Showgirls (1995), Man on the Moon (1999, with Vincent Schiavelli, Caroline Gibson, Gene LeBell, Tracey Walter, Kelly Cooper, and Christopher Lloyd), and Beethoven's 4th (2001, with Matt McCoy, Jeff Coopwood, and stunts by Brian Avery, Hugh Aodh O'Brien, Gary Wayton, and Monica Staggs).
Rampe's resume also includes work in television series such as American Gladiators (1990), Rescue 911, Tales from the Crypt (1990, with John Kassir), and Charmed.