Claudia Black

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Claudia Black

Biography

Claudia Lee Black was born October 11, 1972, in Sydney, Australia. She has spent several years of her adult life living abroad, especially in London, England. She moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, during the filming of Season Ten of Stargate SG-1, and after the show's cancellation, she moved to Los Angeles, California, to pursue her acting career.

She is married and has two sons, born in December 2005 and November 2007 (according to IMDb).

From the SciFi Channel Official Biography: Claudia Black is best known to American audiences as Aeryn Sun, a renegade Sebacean Peacekeeper on the SciFi original series Farscape.

On the big screen, Black has starred as Pandora in the Anne Rice feature film Queen of the Damned, alongside Aeliyah and Stuart Townsend. She previously starred in USA Films' sci-fi sleeper hit Pitch Black, opposite Vin Deisel.

Black has appeared in many of Australia's most popular TV series and movies. She is well-known to Australian audiences for her portrayal of the hermaphrodite Jill Mayhew in Good Guys Bad Guys, and the leading role of Angela Kostapas in City Life. She also appeared in the series G.P., Police Rescue, A Country Practice, Water Rats and Seven Deadly Sins, in addition to several guest-starring roles on Hercules and Beastmaster.

A finalist in the 1990 Globe Shakespeare competition, Black's theatre credits include Portia in the European tour of The Merchant of Venice, Jo in Little Women, The World Knot for the Bicentennial Opera, and Spotlight on Women, Portrait of Dorian Gray, Loose Ends, and Pick Ups for the Belvoir Street Theatre.

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Awards

  • 2007: Won for Best Female Performance in a 2006 Science Fiction Television Episode: 10.08 "Memento Mori"
  • 2006: Nominated for Spacey Award for Favourite New TV Character (Vala Mal Doran)
  • 2006: Nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television

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