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      Claudia Black

      Claudia Black

      Highest Rated: 88% Rango (2011)

      Lowest Rated: 17% Queen of the Damned (2002)

      Birthday: Oct 11, 1972

      Birthplace: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

      An exotic looking brunette capable of projecting both strength and a sultry air, Australian actress Claudia Black earned a cult following with her co-starring role as Aeryn Sun, a commando pilot trained to keep her emotions in check, in "Farscape" (Sci-Fi Channel, 1999-2003). The Sydney-born performer was a finalist in the 1990 Globe Shakespeare competition and toured Europe as Portia in "The Merchant of Venice." Back home, she graced the stages in works as diverse as "Loose Ends" and "Little Women" (as the headstrong Jo) and became a constant presence on Australian television portraying Nurse Claire Bonacci on "A Country Practice" (1993-94) and a Greek lawyer in "City Life" (1996). She also drew attention for her turn as an hermaphrodite in a 1998 guest shot in the off-beat crime drama "Good Guys Bad Guys." While filming her supporting role as a transport passenger stranded on a strange planet in "Pitch Black" (2000), the actress was asked to help read actors auditioning for a new sci-fi series to be produced in Australia. Although the show's producers had intended to hire an American actress, the casting agent believed she would be perfect for the role. Black made a tape and was later invited to Sydney to audition for and landed the part of Aeryn Sun on "Farscape." The actress nicely projected the character's strength and toughness but also developed a very palpable sexual chemistry with co-star Ben Browder (as human astronaut John Crichton). As the show went on, Aeryn developed into a fascinating and highly watchable character and the actress garnered legions of fans. Following the end of that series, Black appeared on two seasons of "Stargate SG-1" (Showtime/Syfy 1997-2007) as Vala Mal Doran and steadily increased her voiceover work on television, film and video games. Following a recurring role in "The Originals" (CW 2013- ), Black returned to series television in the thriller "Containment" (CW 2015-16).

      Highest rated movies

      Time Now poster
      Time Now
      Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars poster
      Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars
      Pitch Black poster
      Pitch Black
      Queen of the Damned poster
      Queen of the Damned




      No Score Yet 14% Deus Karla Grey (Character),
      - 2022
      71% No Score Yet Time Now Joan (Character) - 2021
      No Score Yet 75% Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics Self - 2013
      No Score Yet 90% Strange Frame: Love & Sax Parker C. Boyd (Voice) - 2012
      No Score Yet 87% Justice League: Doom Cheetah (Voice) - 2012
      88% 70% Rango Angelique (Voice) - 2011
      No Score Yet 79% Stargate: Continuum Vala Mal Doran (Character) - 2008
      No Score Yet 79% Stargate: The Ark of Truth Vala Mal Doran (Character) - 2008
      60% 92% Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars Unknown (Character) - 2004
      17% 66% Queen of the Damned Pandora (Character) $30.3M 2002
      59% 77% Pitch Black Shazza (Character) $39.2M 2000


      77% 56% Roswell, New Mexico Ann (Guest Star) 2019
      50% 77% Containment Dr. Sabine Lommers (Character) 2016
      84% 69% The Originals Unknown (Guest Star) 2015
      93% 87% Rick and Morty Ma-Sha (Guest Voice) 2014
      63% 86% Haven Moira (Guest Star) 2012
      No Score Yet 38% 90210 Unknown (Guest Star) 2011
      No Score Yet 83% NCIS Velvet Road (Guest Star) 2010
      22% 76% Moonlight Unknown (Guest Star) 2008
      58% 89% The Dresden Files Unknown (Guest Star) 2007
      No Score Yet 88% Stargate SG-1 Unknown (Guest Star) 2005-2006
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars Unknown (Character) 2004
      90% 83% Farscape Officer Aeryn Sun (Character) 1999-2003
      No Score Yet 56% Hercules: The Legendary Journeys Unknown (Guest Star) 1997-1998
      No Score Yet No Score Yet A Country Practice Claire Bonacci (Character) 1994