April Grace

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'''April Grace''' portrayed Beatrice Klugh.

==Background==
Grace starred in recurring television roles on "Joan of Arcadia" (''Sergeant Toni Williams'') and "Chicago Hope" (''Elizabeth Hancock Tally''), and repeat performances on "Strong Medicine" (''Aneesha Walker''), "Without a Trace" (''Delia Rivers''), "The Shield" (''Frances Housely''), "Family Law" (''Atty. Kathryn Kaminsky''), and "Boston Public" (''Sandra Henderson''), as well as playing supporting roles in several movies.

Grace was also a recurring face at Star Trek's ''The Next Generation'''s transporter console, as (Ensign/Transporter Chief) http//en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Maggie_Hubbell ''Maggie Hubbell''.

One of her movie credits is for ''Magnolia'' (where she plays the interviewer of Frank Mackie), a story which bears striking resemblance to ''Lost'' themes (unexplained character connections, huge emphasis on daddy issues, Easter eggs hidden for numbers and biblical references--in this case, Exodus 82).

==Trivia==
* She appeared in The O.C for one episode as a character named "Dr. Burke".

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