(written from a Production point of view)
Lee Arnone-Briggs (also known as Lee Arnone) is an actress who portrayed the Starfleet librarian aboard the USS Enterprise-E in Star Trek: Insurrection. Her scene was removed from the final cut of the movie, but was included in the Star Trek: Insurrection (Special Edition) and her name remained in the end credits of the final film. Her scene was titled "Flirting" and was scene #40.
Arnone-Briggs previously guest-starred in several television series such as The Facts of Life (1983, with Jennifer Barlow), The Twilight Zone (1985, with Raye Birk, Mimi Craven, and Hélène Udy), Starman (1986, with Michael Cavanaugh), Hooperman (1988, with Jack Kehler and Nicholas Worth), Hunter (1989, with James Horan and James B. Sikking), Night Court (1990, with John Larroquette), and Married with Children (1996).
Her resume also include supporting roles in drama Naked Campus (1982), the comedy Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985, with Morgan Woodward, Ed Lauter, and Biff Yeager), the action sequel The Karate Kid, Part II (1986), the thriller Maniac Cop (1988, with Judy Levitt, Corey Michael Eubanks, and Bernie Pock), and the comedy Feds (1988, with Kenneth Marshall, Larry Cedar, Don Stark, Rick Avery, and Hal Burton).
In the '90s, Arnone-Briggs mainly lent her voice to several productions, including the thriller Maniac Cop 2 (1990, with Clarence Williams III, Charles Napier, Andrew Hill Newman, Shelly Desai, and Roger Aaron Brown), the comedy Problem Child (1990, along the voices of Phillip Glasser and Dan Woren), the drama Shout (1991, with James Avery, Roger Aaron Brown, and Alex Daniels), and the romantic comedy Three of Hearts (1993, with Gail Strickland, Tony Amendola, Ken Magee, and the voices of Catherine Battistone and Alex Daniels).