|Date of Birth||10 August 1965 , Glendale, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Claudia Ann Christian|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
Her grandfather is a surgeon and her three older brothers are genetic engineers and veterinarians. Claudia enjoys listening to opera, painting, extreme sports, playing piano, collecting antiques and hosting dinner parties. She is fluent in French, Italian and German and enjoys acting in these languages. Claudia was voted "sexiest woman in sci-fi" by SFX Magazine in 1998.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous
In addition to her film credits, Christian's work in television is also extensive and includes the lead role as "Commander Susan Ivanova" in the Warner Bros. syndicated internationally-recognized top cult television series, Babylon 5 (1994). She has also starred in two TNT-produced TV-films based upon the series. "Babylon 5" has developed an enormous European following and twice won the Hugo award for best science-fiction television series. Christian received Sci-Fi Awards and Universe Awards best actress nominations for her role in the series. Other television credits include numerous movies-of-the-week starring with such greats as Faye Dunaway, Peter Falk, Bob Hope, Don Ameche, Sharon Stone and Jaclyn Smith, among many others. She's also been seen frequently on network television in shows such as Everwood (2002), Freaks and Geeks (1999), Highlander (1992) and NYPD Blue (1993), just to name a few.
One of Claudia's many passions is music and writing. She wrote both the lyrics and music for her first CD "Taboo", which she co-produced with Michael Jay (Céline Dion). She also has produced and sung on two additional albums, "Claudia Squared", and the jazz & blues album, "Trying to Forget". Her long-awaited fourth CD, "Once Upon a Time", has her working again with the extremely talented musician and her Babylon 5 (1994) co-star Bill Mumy and recent winners of the John Lennon song-writing award, "Share and Bam Ross". Always expanding her musical horizons, she went to Scotland to record an album for the first ever Sci-Fi musical, "Area 51".
Claudia also lends her voice to many different venues including live-action Internet on line games such as "Earth and Beyond", Playstation games such as "Shrek 2", commercials such as Jaguar automobiles and her highly- successful series of audio books from the Radio Repertory Company of America, "Anne Manx". The last installment of "Anne Manx", entitled "Trouble On Chromius", won the Golden Headset award for Best Ensemble Cast in 2003. On the horizon is the highly-anticipated animated feature, Geppetto's Secret (2005), coming soon from DVX Entertainment.
In 2006, Claudia starred in the psychological thriller, The Garden (2006) (aka "River to Havilah"), co-starring Lance Hendrickson. Claudia moved to London in 2006 and starred in the BBC-TV series, Broken News (2005) and did many independent films throughout Europe. She returned to Los Angeles in 2009 and did a well-received guest turn in Nip/Tuck (2003), which led to her being cast in Showtime's edgy dark comedy, Look (2010), which aired in 2010. In 2011, she starred in the film, "Leashed" with Chad Lowe. Claudia has a non-fiction book being published in 2012 by BenBella.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Holly Evans
|Gary DeVore||(1988 - 1992) (divorced)|