(written from a Production point of view)
Jessica D. Stone (born 29 January 1990; age 23) is the actress who portrayed Narra in the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Detained". Her costume was sold off on the It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay. 
Born in Valencia, California, Stone's first credits include the mini series Knots Landing: Back to the Cul-de-Sac (1997, with Michelle Phillips, Jeremy Roberts, Guy Siner, and J. Patrick McCormack), the television science fiction film Brave New World (1998, along Leonard Nimoy, Daniel Dae Kim, and Miguel Ferrer), and the recurring role of Alicia Geiger, screen daughter of Mandy Patinkin's character, in several episodes of Chicago Hope (1999-2000, with Freda Foh Shen, Bruce Davison, Natalia Nogulich, and Kitty Swink).
She had a guest role in an episode of 7th Heaven (2000, starring Catherine Hicks and Stephen Collins) and appeared in the comedy Play Dead (2001, co-produced by Mickey Cottrell), the short drama Wheels Locked (2001), the fantasy film A Light in the Forest (2002, with Edward Laurence Albert), the short film The Migration of Clouds (2002), and voiced Marcie in the television special A Charlie Brown Valentine (2002).
Her Star Trek performance was followed by a recurring role as young version of Rachel Griffiths' character in three episode of Six Feet Under (2001-2002, with Ed Begley, Jr., Joanna Cassidy, Robert Foxworth, Cristine Rose, Bill Cobbs, Ed O'Ross, Joel Brooks, Chase Penny, Amy Wieczorek, and her Detained co-star Wilda Taylor) and as the leading voice in the animated series Stanley (2001-2006), as well as in a special to this series Stanley's Dinosaur Round-Up (2006).
Further credits include the short film Room to Grow (2005) and guest roles in the series Hannah Montana (2006, with Patrick Kerr) and Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (2007). She also reprised her voice performance of Marcie in the television special He's a Bully, Charlie Brown (2006, along the voice of Jimmy Bennett). Most recently she played Stacey Taylor in the final ER episode And in the End... (2009, with Scott Grimes, Lily Mariye, Michael Reilly Burke, Clayton Rohner, Michelle Bonilla, Sufe Bradshaw, and Jeanette Miller).