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“I guess you could say I’m the ultimate hyphen,” laughs Claudia Christian. “I’m an actress - writer - singer - songwriter - director - producer - voice over artist - chef – and I’m sure there’s a few more monikers I’m forgetting!”
She landed her first TV series at 18 on NBC’s nighttime drama Berringers and her first studio feature at 20 playing a male alien trapped in a stripper’s body in New Line Cinema’s cult hit “The Hidden.” Claudia went on to star in studio pictures such as Clean and Sober with Morgan Freeman and Michael Keaton and Hexed, a Columbia Pictures black comedy that Christian counts as one of her favorite roles. Over 50 films and hundreds of TV shows later, Claudia has worked with George Clooney, Sharon Stone,, Charlie Sheen, Nicolas Cage and countless other luminaries. In addition to her acting credits Claudia has made 5 albums with acts such as the Award-winning band “Bubble” to her Babylon 5 costar Bill Mumy. She has also provided the voice for Helga Sinclair in Disney’s feature film “Atlantis” and was the voice of Jaguar cars for many years. She has also won the golden head set award for her portrayal of Anne Manx in the award winning series of audio books. She has provided voice matches for Jennifer Saunders in the Shrek games and has given voice to many more characters in games, features and cartoons.
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. She also starred in the American debut of Michael Weller’s intense drama “What the Night Is For”, a role, which garnered her a Garland award. In June 2007 Yard Dog Press published an account of the her life to date titled “My Life With Geeks and Freaks”
which she wrote as a thank you to her sci fi fans. On the fiction side of things, in May 2007, she had two short stories published by Under The Moon.
She is currently finishing an epic Novo Romano novel with her writing partner, Morgan Grant Buchanan and a non-fiction book about The Sinclair Method. Claudia is represented by Frank Weiman at The Literary Group in NY. Claudia is starring in the cutting edge new Showtime series “Look” which will be out in the Fall of 2010, based on the Adam Rifkin movie of the same name it promises to highlight Claudia’s comedic abilities.