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Bridget Ann White (born 2 October), sometimes credited simply as Bridget White, is an actress from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who guest-starred in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "Who Mourns for Morn?" as Larell.
White began her television career with brief regular roles on the soap operas Another World and One Life to Live. Her role on Deep Space Nine was her first TV guest appearance, and was followed by guest spots on Pensacola: Wings of Gold (working along with Brian McNamara), The Love Boat: The Next Wave (with Phil Morris and Kate McNeil), Gilmore Girls, Walker, Texas Ranger, and The District (starring Roger Aaron Brown), among others. She was also seen in the pilot episode for the science fiction series Seven Days (with Norman Lloyd, Charley Lang, Jerome Butler, Thomas Knickerbocker, and Jordan Lund) and also appeared in an episode of V.I.P. directed by Michael Dorn.
She has also appeared in a few films, the most recent of which was 2005's Red Doors co-starring Jacqueline Kim.