Andrea Dromm (born February 18, 1941 in Long Island, New York, U.S.) is an American actress. She is the daughter of an engineer, and attended school in Patchogue and later in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.
Her career began as a child model at the age of six, but she felt it interfered with her school work. She attended the University of Connecticut, where she studied drama, acting in student productions of The Diary of Anne Frank, The Crucible, and Romeo and Juliet. She dropped out and hitchhiked to San Francisco, but eventually returned for her degree, after which she began work as a New York model, signing with the Eileen Ford Agency.
On the strength of the ad's popularity, she was urged to seek a Hollywood career. Her first job was playing Yeoman Smith in "Where No Man Has Gone Before", the second pilot for Star Trek: The Original Series. Allegedly, Gene Roddenberry hired her so he could "score with her", but Dromm insists that she had "no problems" with the legendary ladies' man.
Dromm passed on the opportunity to stay with the series to take a part in The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming, in which she played a teenaged babysitter who falls in love with a handsome Soviet sailor. She then co-starred in Come Spy with Me, a spy spoof that fell flat. She also appeared as hostess of a TV special on surfing.
- Star Trek: The Original Series
- episode "Where No Man Has Gone Before" as Yeoman Smith
- The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming (1966) as Alison Palmer
- Come Spy with Me (1967) as Jill Parsons