Karen Montgomery: 'Star Trek' Actress Dies, Aged 66
Karen Montgomery: 'Star Trek' Actress Dies, Aged 66

Karen Montgomery: ‘Star Trek’ Actress Dies, Aged 66

Karen Montgomery, an actress, producer and film executive, died Friday at her home in Los Angeles after a decade-long struggle with breast cancer, her husband, director Christopher Monger, said. She was 66.

She was best known for playing Princess Beata in a 1988 episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Following her career in acting, she worked behind the scenes on numerous films including Hal Ashby’s Coming Home (1978).

Montgomery also produced Row Your Boat (1999), Til There Was You (1997) and Diary of a Hitman (1991).

Montgomery is survived by her husband, her mother Susan Nelson and brother Carl Montgomery.


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    1. Guest starring in just one episode of ST:TNG (Angel One) does not make her a Star Trek actress. Surely she had much more going for her over the several decades that she would have been acting. And it’s Mistress Beata, not Princess. The planet in that episode was not a monarchy but clearly a plutocracy!

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