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Denise Crosby in Star Trek: The Next Generation: Skin of Evil

Denise Crosby (1957 - )

Deaths in FilmEdit

  • Dream Man (1995) [Barbara]: Shot twice in the chest by Patsy Kensit after Denise tries to shoot Patsy. (Thanks to Luis)
  • Deep Impact (1998) [Vicky Hotchner]: Killed (off-screen) when a giant wave hits the highway while she and several other people are trying to make their way to safety. (Thanks to Thomas)
  • Mortuary (2005) [Leslie Doyle]: Dies after the zombies spew slime on her in the mortuary, infecting her and turning her into a zombie. (Thanks to Stephen & Thomas)

Deaths in TelevisionEdit

  • Star Trek: The Next Generation: Skin of Evil (1988) [Lieutenant Natasha Yar]: Killed by Armus, a malevolent entity (voiced by Ron Gans) on an alien planet. Her body is then transported back to the Enterprise where Gates McFadden unsuccessfully attempts to revive her. (Thanks to Bob & Luis)
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation: Redemption II (1991) [Commander Sela / Lt. Tasha Yar]: Playing the daughter of the alternate reality version of "Lt. Tasha Yar" from Yesterday's Enterprise, "Sela" claims that "Tasha" had been executed by the Romulans several years before the story takes place. (Though Patrick Stewart is skeptical of the truth of her story). (Thanks to Portsguy)
  • Dark Justice (1991) [Christina Forbes]: An embittered lawyer-turned-vigilante, she turns a gun on herself after being sniffed out by Nick Marshall and Company. 
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation: All Good Things... (1994) [Lt. Tasha Yar]: Killed in an explosion, along with everyone else aboard, when the "past" Enterprise is destroyed while attempting to collapse the anti-time anomaly. (John de Lancie restored everyone to where they were before once the anomaly collapsed, however Denise had already died in the episode Skin of Evil).

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Notable ConnectionsEdit

  • Both her first and middle names (Denise Michelle) are taken from her father, Dennis Michael Crosby.
  • Ex-Mrs. Geoffrey Edwards (director-son of Blake, whose movie Skin Deep she co-starred in). 
  • Mrs. Ken Sylk.