Everwood Star Stephanie Niznik DEAD at 52

Stephanie Niznik

Actress Stephanie Niznik, who appeared in Star Trek movie and series roles, has died at the age of 52.

TV actress Stephanie Niznik has died, Variety reported on Friday. During her time on Everwood, she portrayed the neighbor of Nina Feeney. In addition, she has appeared in several films, including Star Trek: Insurrection from 1998.

Niznik also participated in volunteering and was engaged in the Four Winds Heart-centric Healing organization for kids and animal rescue.

The moment the news of her death was announced on social media, there were reactions from her co-workers and fans.

United States publication Variety report the death was "unexpected".

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She was originally from Bangor, Maine native and graduated from Duke University.

Our thoughts are with Stephanie's family and friends during this hard time. While at California Arts, she obtained a master's degree and also started working in Murder She Wrote as well as Vanishing Son. What we do know, however, is that Niznik is survived by her mother, stepfather, brother, sister-in-law, niece, nephews, aunt, uncle, and her two dogs, Nucleus and Jake, who she loved oh so much.

In 2017, she returned for the show's 15th-anniversary panel at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour. She also had a role in Life is Wild and was a guest star on Lost, NCIS and CSI: Miami. She played the role of Dot.

Friends from her time at Duke have paid heartbreaking tributes to the star, describing her as "so kind".

Brenda strong tweeted, "I. Am. In".

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