Actress Joanne Linville died at the age of 93 on Sunday, June 20.
Linville's agent confirmed her passing to Variety.
"Linville lived a full life. One whose spirit, passion for art and life was an inspiration to all who had the pleasure of knowing her," a press release announcing her death read.
Linville was best known for appearing in The Twilight Zone, 1976's A Star Is Born with Barbra Streisand and in Scorpio with Burt Lancaster.
Linville was also beloved for being the first female actor to play a Romulan in the Star Trek franchise in the 1968 episode "The Enterprise Incident."
She emerged as a star in the mid-'50s and '60s, and appeared in guest roles in dozens of TV shows including Charlie's Angels, L.A. Law, The Streets of San Francisco, Hawaii Five-0, Route 66, Barnaby Jones and Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
One of her more recent roles was as gossip columnist Hedda Hopper in James Dean in 2001 alongside James Franco.
In the '80s, Linville moved into a teaching role and opened an acting conservancy with Stella Adler. She also wrote Seven Steps to an Acting Craft.
Producer Mark A. Altman — who worked on the 2016 documentary 50 Years of Star Trek — paid tribute to the late actress on social media.
"Saddened to hear about the passing of the great #JoanneLinville. Perhaps the best thing about #StarTrek's third season. Commander of not one, but three Roman flagships and custodian of the cloaking device and, for a time, Mr. Spock's heart," he tweeted.
"Damn. One of my favorite original series characters," one fan lamented.
"So beautiful and played her part in Star Trek so well… glad she had a long full life ….rest in peace commander," another wrote.
Linville is survived by her ex-husband Mark Rydell, their children Christopher and Amy, several grandchildren and a great-grandchild.