(written from a Production point of view)
Charlotte A. Parker is a hair stylist who worked on Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise. During the run of Voyager she was also credited as Charlotte A. Gravenor, Charlotte Gravenor, and Charlotte Parker.
Her work on Star Trek earned her an Emmy Award and four Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Hairstyling for a Series:
- 1997 Emmy Award for the episode "Fair Trade", shared with Josée Normand, Suzan Bagdadi, Karen Asano-Myers, Monique DeSart, Jo Ann Phillips, Frank Fontaine, and Diane Pepper
- 1998 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "The Killing Game", shared with Josée Normand, Viviane Normand, Gloria Montemayor, Chris McBee, Mimi Jafari, Ruby Ford, Delree F. Todd, Laura Connolly, Hazel Catmull, Diane Pepper, Adele Taylor, Barbara Ronci, Lola 'Skip' McNalley
- 2000 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Dragon's Teeth", shared with Josée Normand, Gloria Montemayor, Viviane Normand, and Jo Ann Phillips
- 2001 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Prophecy", shared with Josée Normand and Gloria Montemayor
In addition, Parker won three Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Award for her Star Trek work; two in 2000 for the episodes "Bride of Chaotica!" and "Dragon's Teeth", shared with Josée Normand and Gloria Montemayor and one in 2001 for the episode "Tsunkatse", shared with Josée Normand, Gloria Montemayor, and Viviane Normand.
In 2004, Parker earned another Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Hairstyling for a Miniseries, Movie or a Special for her work on the television comedy Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales.
Prior and during her time on Star Trek she worked as hair stylist on the crime drama Golden Gate (1994), the comedy Getting Even with Dad (1994, with make-up artist Steven E. Anderson), the television mystery film Witch Hunt (1994), the horror film Village of the Damned (1995, with make-up artist Steven E. Anderson), the thriller Jade (1995, with Bruce Barlow), the comedy A Very Brady Sequel (1996, with make-up artist Todd McIntosh), the comedy series Style & Substance (1998, with Susan Zietlow-Maust), and the comedy The Out-of-Towners (1999, with make-up artists Janice Alexander, Kenny Myers, and Toni-Ann Walker).
Beside working as hair department head for the comedy series Family Affair (2002-2003), the sport drama Goal! The Dream Begins (2005), the comedy The Game Plan (2007, starring Dwayne Johnson and with make-up artists Jeff Dawn), the drma Trucker (2008), and the thriller Eagle Eye (2008, with make-up artist James MacKinnon), Parker also worked as hair stylist on the comedy Eulogy (2004, with Toni-Ann Walker), the crime comedy Be Cool (2005, with hair stylists Angela Gurule and Yolanda Toussieng and make-up artist Jeff Dawn), the comedy Just Like Heaven (2005), the comedy American Pie Presents Band Camp (2005), the thriller Fracture (2007, with make-up artist Clinton Wayne), the comedy Knocked Up (2007), the fantasy adventure Beowulf (2007), and an untitled television pilot (2009).