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Tracey D'Arcy is an actress and producer who appeared as the holographic young woman in the Star Trek: The Next Generation fifth season episode "Cost of Living" in 1992. She filmed her scenes on Wednesday 12 February 1992 and Thursday 13 February 1992 on Paramount Stage 16.
Prior to her appearance in Star Trek, D'arcy was featured in an episode of Doogie Howser, M.D. (1991, with Paul Lambert and James B. Sikking). In 1994 she worked as art director on the short film Laura Sobers and in 1995 she was a production assistant on the crime series Murder One, produced by Marc Buckland.
D'Arcy also worked as associate producer on the crime series Brooklyn South (1997-1998, starring Titus Welliver and James B. Sikking), as post production coordinator on the romance A Price Above Rubies (1998), as co-producer on the television series Strange World (1999, with co-executive producer and writer Manny Coto), as co-producer and later producer on the television series Roswell (1999-2002, starring William Sadler and produced by Jonathan Frakes and Ronald D. Moore), and as second unit director and co-producer on the television series Las Vegas (2003-2006, starring Nikki Cox).
In 2002 she directed the short thriller Another Life which received several film festival awards.  It was written by Ronald D. Moore, starring William Sadler, casting by Libby Goldstein, and with first assistant director Louis Race.