Question: Are Rosario Dawson of Men In Black II and Roxann Dawson from TV's Star Trek: Voyager sisters? I say they are and my husband says they are not. — Kelley

Flickchick: Your husband is right: Although they share the same last name and have similar dark-eyed good looks, Rosario Dawson and Roxann Dawson — who was born Roxann Caballero — are not sisters; in fact, they come from opposite sides of the US. Native New Yorker Rosario, born on May 9, 1979, made her acting debut in Larry Clark's controversial Kids (1995); Clark spotted the 15-year-old on the stoop of her building in Manhattan's Lower East Side and cast her as the street-smart Ruby. Roxann, who played Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres on Star Trek: Voyager, was born on Sept. 11, 1964, in Los Angeles, where she grew up. She was a theater arts major at the University of California at Berkeley and did extensive theater work before landing the role of Adrienne Morrow on NBC's popular soap Another World. She is married to casting director Eric Dawson, and they have one child. She was married previously to actor Casey Biggs, who was a regular on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.