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Susan Denberg

Susan Denberg (born 2 August 1944 in Bad Polzin, Germany) is the stage name of Austrian model and actress Dietlinde Zechner. Denberg is best known for her role in the cult horror film Frankenstein Created Woman and for being one of Harry Mudd's women in the science fiction TV show Star Trek. She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for its August 1966 issue. She also was one of the finalists for the title of 1967's Playmate of the Year along with Tish Howard and the eventual winner, Lisa Baker. Born in what would soon become part of Poland, Susan grew up in Klagenfurt, Austria. For a time, she worked as a chorus girl in London and Las Vegas, Nevada. She came to Los Angeles in the mid-1960s, wanting to become a star. Denberg's most famous acting role was in the film Frankenstein Created Woman - though her voice was dubbed. Her Austrian accent was considered to be too strong. This appears to be her only performance in a film. Aside from her work in Playboy and the Frankenstein film she is best known as one of Harry Mudd's mail-order brides in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Mudd's Women". When she was working on An American Dream, Warner Brothers offered a $500 award for a contest to find Susan a new screen name. All of the entries were rejected. Her acting career was brief. Over the years, rumors have abounded that Susan died of a drug overdose in 1967, or that she had mental health problems due to an addiction to LSD. She is still alive, and living in Klagenfurt, Austria, under her real name Dietlinde Zechner.
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