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She appeared in the Lost episode "Fire Water" as the character Karen. She can also be seen in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, playing Giselle, a Tortugan wench jilted by Johnny Depp`s Captain Jack Sparrow.

She had a guest appearance as Nadia Kerensky in the pilot of the short-lived TV series Andy Barker P. She also appeared in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Shattered" as an adult Naomi Wildman.

Adam also complains about baseball pitchers that break the uniform code, and talks about guys with earrings.

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Vanessa Lynn Branch (born 21 March 1973) is a British-American actress, and model.

She is best known in North America as the Orbit Gum television commercial woman (whose catchphrase is "Fabulous! Branch holds dual citizenship in the United Kingdom and the United States.

She also speaks fluent French and Mandarin Chinese.

After graduating from Mercersburg Academy, a boarding school in south-central Pennsylvania, she graduated from Middlebury College in 1994 and was Miss Vermont also that year.


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