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Bjo Trimble

Bjo Trimble was born on August 15, 1933 in Holdenville, Oklahoma, USA as Betty Jo Trimble. She is known for her work on Trek Nation (2010), Flesh Gordon (1974) and Star Trek: The Journey to the Silver Screen (2016). She is married to John Trimble. See full bio »

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 1979 Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Crewman (uncredited)
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 1971 The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant (wardrobe mistress - uncredited)
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 1974 Flesh Gordon (makeup designer)
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 1976 The Further Adventures of Major Mars (Short) (production staff - uncredited)
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 1995 William Shatner's Star Trek Memories (Video documentary) (thanks)
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 2016 Star Trek: The Journey to the Silver Screen (Documentary)
 2016 The Genesis Effect : Engineering the Wrath of Khan (Documentary short)
 2013 The True Story (TV Series documentary)
Herself - Save Star Trek Campaigner
- Star Trek (2013) ... Herself - Save Star Trek Campaigner
 2010 Trek Nation (Documentary)
 1987 Today (TV Series)
- Episode dated 6 July 1987 (1987) ... Herself

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Memoir: "On the Good Ship Enterprise" (1970s)

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She and her husband's "Save Star Trek" letter-writing campaign persuaded NBC to renew the original television series for a third season. Star Trek creator Gene Roddenbery hired her as a "fan liaison", and when Star Trek: The Motion Picture was conceived, Roddenberry found a minor role for her as thanks. Trimble has since authored "The Star Trek Concordance: The A to Z Guide to the Classic ... See more »

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