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Dey Young

Dey Young
Born (1955-07-28) July 28, 1955
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) David Ladd
Children 1 daughter
Relatives Leigh Taylor-Young (sister)

Dey Young (born July 28, 1955) is an American actress and sculptor.

Biography

Young was born in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, the daughter of Pauline, a sociologist, and Donald E. Young.[1]

Among Young's acting credits is the part of Kate Rambeau in Rock 'n' Roll High School, a character she re-visited in the 1994 film Shake, Rattle and Rock!. In 1995 she starred in the TV series Extreme based on a Rocky Mountain Search and Rescue team.

She has also done several guest turns on Star Trek, including Hannah Bates on the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Masterpiece Society", Arissa on the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "A Simple Investigation", and Keyla on the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Two Days and Two Nights". Her science fiction credits also extend to playing a waitress in the Mel Brooks comedy Spaceballs. She appeared in a 2-part episode of Diagnosis Murder "Fatal Impact". On May 23, 2008, Young appeared on The Young and the Restless as Elizabeth Hartford, the ex-wife of character David Chow.

In parallel to her career as an actress, Young is also a professional sculptor, working in stone, clay, and bronze. Her pieces have appeared in several exhibitions.

References

  1. ^ Dey Young Biography ((?)-)

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