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I believe this entry is of a person who doesn't quite exist. Dancer/actress/stuntwoman Sandra Lee Gimpel has signed Rittenhouse Trading cards as the character, and she is referenced as having played the part. See her IMDB entry. Sir Rhosis (talk) 08:08, January 13, 2016 (UTC)

The name is correct. Sandra Lee Gimpel went by this name during the filming of the episode though information about her further work need to be included in the article. Tom (talk) 11:39, January 13, 2016 (UTC)
Are we sure they're the same person? The following text was added to the "Man Trap" article by an anon in November of 2005 with no citation: [1]
"Sharon Gimpel played the M 113 creature. She was disappointed to learn that getting the part meant playing it in cognito. During her brief time in the hot costume, the diminuative Gimpel sweated off quite a few pounds"
It was later moved to the Sharon Gimpel article, still uncited. According to the Sandra Lee Gimpel page at IMDb, Gimpel was very active in Hollywood both before and after the "Man Trap" role, and the birthdate for Sandra Lee Gimpel is quite different from the one on the MA article. Sandra Lee Gimpel's IMDb page also doesn't list Sharon Gimpel as a alternate for Sandra. Not that IMDb is always correct. ;) -- Renegade54 (talk) 18:24, January 13, 2016 (UTC)
If she's really the same person, she's had quite a career as a stunt person. --LauraCC (talk) 22:37, January 15, 2016 (UTC)

Link to the Rittenhouse Archives FB page. https://www.facebook.com/RittenhouseArchives/photos/a.110884802283329.6431.106812496023893/996655563706244/?type=3&theater The preceding unsigned comment was added by Sir Rhosis (talk • contribs).

  • So now, would it be best to move this page to "Sandra Lee Gimpel," and rewrite, based on the knowledge we have of her career? This would mean that the info added by the anon (crying, never working in the movie/TV industry again) would have to go as it is unverified and/or proven false. What do the rest of you think? Sir Rhosis (talk) 19:15, January 16, 2016 (UTC)

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