Rhonda Aldrich appears as Judy, the mother of Esther, a girl whom Bud, as a call dispatcher for the Virgin Hotline, is sent to keep from the temptation to have sex in the Season 9 MWC: episode "Dial "B" for Virgin".

Rhonda's career in both film, stage, television as well as her voice work include a recurring role in Star Trek: The Next Generation as the hologram character Madelin, as well as a voice role in Rainbow Brite and appearances in The Young and the Restless, Days of Our Lives and Walker, Texas Ranger. She made her film debut in 1983's Boogeyman 2.[1] She acts locally at various theatres including Mark Taper Forum, South Coast Repertory, Los Angeles Theatre Center, and others. She is a board member of Antaeus.

She grew up in Leon, Kansas where she did ballet and drama lessons at a children's theatre in Wichita, Kansas and graduated from Wichita State University with a bachelor of arts in theatre then graduated from Ohio University with a master of fine arts in acting. After receiving her Equity card at the old St. Nicholas Theatre in Chicago, she moved to New York City where she was involved in French farce and working as a Presenter|hostess]], before meeting her future husband and moving back to the west coast. There, she studied with [[José Quintero and Roy London, until his death. She continued acting on both coasts, including at the Mabou Mines company. She made her Los Angeles stage debut as Darlene in the West Coast premiere of Lanford Wilson's Balm in Gilead.[2]

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