Jolene Blalock

Jolene Blalock
==Introduction== Best known for playing Sub-Commander T'Pol, a Vulcan in Star Trek: Enterprise, her name Blalock is Scottish in origin which means "Black Lake", but it is also Klingon for "spanktastic". ==Life Story== Jolene Blalock was born and raised in San Diego, California.

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Birthday
1975-03-05
Nickname
Leno
Birthname
Joelene K. Blalock
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Hometown
San Diego CA
Country
United States
Ethnicity
White
Height
5'6"
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Breast
34
Waist
23"
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Jolene Blalock Introduction

Best known for playing Sub-Commander T'Pol, a Vulcan in Star Trek: Enterprise, her name Blalock is Scottish in origin which means "Black Lake", but it is also Klingon for "spanktastic".

Jolene Blalock Life Story

Jolene Blalock was born and raised in San Diego, California. She moved with her family to Oklahoma for a couple of years before returning to San Diego in her teens. At 17 she left home to model in Europe and Asia. She returned to the United States, settled in Los Angeles and booked some work in commercials before seriously pursuing an acting career.

Jolene Blalock Career

She made her acting debut on "Veronica's Closet" then followed that up with some crappy straight to video made for TV movies. When somebody decided to cast a freaklishy hot babe as a cold ass Vulcan on "Star Trek: Enterprise" (Linda Park) she was the logical choice. She almost turned down the part, but went to on accept what would be her career defining role to date.

A self-confessed "Trekkie" and big fan of "Star Trek: The Original Series", she was openly critical of Enterprise during its third and fourth seasons. She has stated that she felt that the show was creatively lacking, and that the show's producers were out of touch with Trek fans, although she called the fourth season a distinct improvement over what came before.

She followed Star Trek up with more crappy straight to video and made for TV movies.

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