Claudia Christian

(Actress - Look; Babylon 5)
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Claudia Christian


I guess you could say I'm the ultimate hyphen," laughs Claudia Christian. Very much aware of her "actress - writer - singer - songwriter - director - producer - voice - over - artist - chef - renaissance" woman moniker, she still manages to expand her horizons and tackle new goals every year.

Claudia went on to star in studio pictures such as Clean and Sober with Morgan Freeman and Mi- chael Keaton and Hexed, a black comedy directed by Alan Spencer (Sledge Hammer) that Christian was convinced would make her a star "hey, I was really funny in that movie..too bad only 30 people saw it.." Over 50 films and hundreds of TV shows later, Claudia can count among her co-stars, George Clooney, Faye Dunaway, Burt Lancaster, Sharon Stone, Kirk Douglas, Peter Falk, Charlie Sheen, Judd Nelson and Nick Cage amongst many others.

In addition to her acting credits Claudia has made 5 albums with acts such as the John Lennon Song Writing Award---winning band Bubble to her Babylon 5 costar Bill Mumy. She has also provided the voice for Helga Sinclair in Disney's Atlantis and was the voice of Jaguar cars for many years and has won the golden head set award for her portrayal of Anne Manx in the award winning series of books. Her latest animated feature Gepetto's Secret will be released some time next year.

Claudia moved to London in 2005 and immediately was cast in the BBC comedy Broken News. She also starred in the independent Sci-Fi comedy series STAR HYKE. In August of 2006, Claudia debuted on stage in her first UK play, Killing Time at the world famous Edinburgh festival.

She was rewarded for her efforts with a best actress nomination.

In June 2007 Yard Dog Press published an account of the her life to date titled "My Life With Geeks and Freaks" written by Claudia. On the fiction side of things, in May 2007, she had a short story published by Under The Moon in Forbidden Love Issue Two, "Wicked Women".

Released in July 2007, Forbidden Love Issue Three "Sacred Bands" was yet another short story written by Claudia.
She filmed the action-drama feature film Dot Man in Bucharest, Romania, in December of 2006. She was a consulting producer and appears in the action-drama feature film Serbian Scars that was filmed in Europe the summer of 2007. In 2008 she a appeared in an episode of Nip/Tuck and co- starred in the romantic comedy "Overnight" which will be released in 2010. Claudia just wrapped a Showtime series, Look, this past summer, and the show should be airing on Showtime this year.

Claudia is currently working on her 4th novel.

Claudia Christian is not only a renaissance woman; she is a force of nature.