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  • Born in Milwaukee, actress Salome Jens made some of her earliest appearances at that city's Swan Theatre (later known as the Milwaukee Rep). Trained at Northwestern and the Actors Studio, Jens worked as a secretary before her New York stage debut in 1956, thereafter accumulating impressive credits both on and off Broadway. Her first film appearance was…

    Salome Jens ( ; age 81) is an actress best known for her portrayal of the in . She previously appeared as the in the episode "" in .

  • Trekkies will immediately recognize Salome Jens as "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"'s female shapeshifter (or as the humanoid progenitor from "Star Trek: The Next Generation"), but Jens was a renowned actress of the stage and screen long before she ever set foot on a federation starship. Genre films and bizarre, imaginative concepts were always close to her heart, however, and she made her Hollywood debut in 1958 as a time traveler in the schlocky "Terror from the Year 5000." In '66, she caught eyes opposite Rock Hudson in the science fiction neo-noir "Seconds" and predated her TV appearances on "Star Trek" with stints on series like "Tales from the Crypt" and "The Adventures of Superboy," where she played Martha Kent, mother of the hero's alter ego. Despite her proclivity for the fantastic, Jens is equally regarded for her more dramatic efforts, especially her turn as a drug-addled stripper in "Me, Natalie," a 1969 film notable for also featuring the big-screen debut of Academy Award-winner Al Pacino. Jens continued to explore her passion for performing during her later years, lending her voice to the "Star Trek" computer game "Hidden Evil" in 1999 and the family farce "Cats & Dogs" in 2001. Jens was briefly married to actor Ralph Meeker in 1964 before divorcing him in 1966.

    Trekkies will immediately recognize Salome Jens as "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"'s female shapeshifter (or as the humanoid progenitor from "Star Trek: The Next Generation"), but Jens was a renowned actress of the stage and screen long before she ever set foot on a federation starship. Genre films and bizarre, imaginative concepts were always close to her heart, however, and she made her Hollywood debut in 1958 as a time traveler in the schlocky "Terror from the Year 5000." In '66, she caught eyes opposite Rock Hudson in the science fiction neo-noir "Seconds" and predated her TV appearances on "Star Trek" with stints on series like "Tales from the Crypt" and "The Adventures of Superboy," where she played Martha Kent, mother of the hero's alter ego. Despite her proclivity for the fantastic, Jens is equally regarded for her more dramatic efforts, especially her turn as a drug-addled stripper in "Me, Natalie," a 1969 film notable for also featuring the big-screen debut of Academy Award-winner Al Pacino. Jens continued to explore her passion for performing during her later years, lending her voice to the "Star Trek" computer game "Hidden Evil" in 1999 and the family farce "Cats & Dogs" in 2001. Jens was...

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  • NameAgeZodiacOccupationNationality
    Salome Jens81 TaurusActress
    American
    Ralph Meeker67 ScorpioActor
    American
    Lee Leonard87 AriesTV Personality
    American

    Investigating an attack on his former archaeology professor (Norman Lloyd), Picard probes a genetic mystery that may link the Cardassians, Klingons and Romulans. Humanoid: Salome Jens. Nu'Daq: John Cothran Jr.

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Salome Jens (born May 8, 1935) is an American stage, film and television actress. She is perhaps best known for portraying the Female Changeling on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.