Birth Name: Charlotte Gercke
Born: 13 February 1932 Died: 10 May 1990
Country of origin: United States
Height: 5' 5"
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Susan Oliver (February 13, 1932 – May 10, 1990) was an American actress, television director and aviator.
Susan Oliver was born Charlotte Gercke, the daughter of journalist George Gercke and astrology practitioner Ruth Hale Oliver, in New York City in 1932. Her parents divorced when she was still a child. In June 1949, Oliver joined her mother in Southern California, where Ruth Hale Oliver was in the process of becoming a well-known Hollywood astrologer. Oliver made a decision t
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STAR TREK TOS: RANKING THE EPISODES (79 person items)
"starred as Vina in
#9 THE CAGE
(PILOT EPISODE)…in which the balloon-headed Talosians kidnap Captain Pike to be mated to an “Eve.”
Quote: "A man either lives life as it happens to him, meets it head on, and licks it. Or he turns his back on it and starts to wither away." "Now you're beginning to talk like a doctor, bartender." "Take your choice. We both get the same two kinds of customers. The living and the dying." - Boyce convincing Pike to remain as captain "
The Top 50 Babes in Star Trek Original Series (50 person items)
(Star Trek Pilot: "The Cage")
She’s like a menagerie of the best things in a Star Trek woman: she transforms from a wild child in grass skirts to a potent Eve to an exotic green-skinned dancing alien…and Captain Pike rejected her. With good reason, of course. She is an illusion far from her true appearance of a deformed crash victim. But with the Talosian illusionists as insurance, the play acting scenarios are limitless.
THE KIRK CONNECTION: Pike was the Captain.