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Laurel Goodwin
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Laurel Goodwin

Gender: Female
Date of birth: 11 August 1942
Place of birth: Wichita, Kansas
Character(s): J.M. Colt

Laurel Goodwin (born 11 August 1942; age 74) portrayed Yeoman J.M. Colt in the first Star Trek pilot, "The Cage".

Goodwin, like Kirstie Alley, was born in Wichita, Kansas. Unlike Alley, however, who had begun her career with proceeds from game-show winnings, Laurel began her career as a child model. She majored in drama at San Francisco State University, with her break coming when she was selected to star opposite Elvis Presley in the 1962 film Girls! Girls! Girls! During the 1960s, Goodwin made three more feature films and performed in a handful of television guest star roles. Tired of "pounding the pavement," she abandoned acting in 1971. For many years she lived with her husband, business executive Walter Wood, in New York. Together they produced several films, most notably--in partnership with Hugh Wilson and others--the Burt Reynolds film, Stroker Ace, which Hal Needham directed and in which Warren Stevens was featured. As of early July of 2012, they were living in Palm Springs, where Goodwin pursued a career in home nursing. Although she had attended a few Elvis conventions over the years, it was not until 2005 that she attended her first Trek convention, along with Peter Duryea.

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