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| Name = Roxann Dawson
 
| Name = Roxann Dawson
| Birth name = Roxann Caballero
 
 
| image = Roxann Dawson.jpg
 
| image = Roxann Dawson.jpg
| Date of birth = {{d|11|September|1958}}
 
| Place of birth = Los Angeles, California
 
| Roles = Performer, director
 
| Characters = [[B'Elanna Torres]] (Primary character)
 
 
| image2 = B'Elanna Torres, 2378.jpg
 
| image2 = B'Elanna Torres, 2378.jpg
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| Birth name = Roxann Caballero
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| Gender = Female
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| Date of birth = {{d|11|September|1958}}
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| Place of birth = Los Angeles, California, USA
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| Awards for Trek = [[Star Trek's awards and honors#ALMA Awards|ALMA Awards]] 1 win, 4 nominations
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| Roles = [[:Category:Performers|Series regular]]<br/>[[:Category:Directors|Director]]<br/>[[:Category:Voice performers|Voice actress]]<br/>[[:Category:Video game performers|Video game actress]]
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| Characters = [[Lieutenant junior grade|LTJG.]] [[B'Elanna Torres]] (Primary character)
 
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'''Roxann Dawson''' {{born|11|September|1958}} is the actress best known for portraying [[Lieutenant]] [[B'Elanna Torres]] on ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]''. She was initially credited on the show as '''Roxann Biggs-Dawson'''. She also directed two episodes of ''Star Trek: Voyager'' and ten episodes of ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]''.
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'''Roxann Dawson''' {{born|11|September|1958}} is the actress best known for portraying [[Lieutenant]] [[B'Elanna Torres]] on {{s|VOY}}. She was initially credited on the show as '''Roxann Biggs-Dawson'''. She also directed two episodes of ''Star Trek: Voyager'' and ten episodes of {{s|ENT}}.
 
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Born '''Roxann Caballero''', Dawson is the ex-wife of actor [[Casey Biggs]] ([[Damar]] on ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]'') and whom she met before either was involved in ''Star Trek''. She is currently married to casting director Eric Dawson. They have a daughter, Emma, with whom Dawson was pregnant during the [[VOY Season 4|fourth season]] of ''Star Trek: Voyager''. Their second daughter, Mia, was adopted from China. Roxann is of Hispanic descent.
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Born '''Roxann Caballero''', Dawson is the ex-wife of actor [[Casey Biggs]] ([[Damar]] on {{s|DS9}}) and whom she met before either was involved in ''Star Trek''. She is currently married to casting director Eric Dawson. They have a daughter, Emma, with whom Dawson was pregnant during the [[VOY Season 4|fourth season]] of ''Star Trek: Voyager''. Their second daughter, Mia, was adopted from China. Roxann is of Hispanic descent.
   
 
Prior to ''Star Trek'', Dawson had a recurring role on the daytime TV soap opera ''Another World'' in 1985. Her ''Star Trek: Voyager'' co-star [[Jennifer Lien]] joined the show during the 1991-92 season. In 1988, she had a role in the TV movie ''Broken Angel'', alongside ''Star Trek: The Original Series'' actor [[William Shatner]]. She has appeared in a handful of other films, most notably the 1991 drama ''Guilty by Suspicion'', the 1992 telefilm ''Mortal Sins'' in which she co-starred along with famous actor {{w|Christopher Reeve}}, and the 1996 direct-to-video science fiction sequel ''Darkman III: Die Darkman Die''. Dawson and her ''Star Trek: Voyager'' co-star [[Robert Picardo]] went on to have recurring roles on the short-lived [[NBC]] series ''The Lyon's Den'' in 2003.
 
Prior to ''Star Trek'', Dawson had a recurring role on the daytime TV soap opera ''Another World'' in 1985. Her ''Star Trek: Voyager'' co-star [[Jennifer Lien]] joined the show during the 1991-92 season. In 1988, she had a role in the TV movie ''Broken Angel'', alongside ''Star Trek: The Original Series'' actor [[William Shatner]]. She has appeared in a handful of other films, most notably the 1991 drama ''Guilty by Suspicion'', the 1992 telefilm ''Mortal Sins'' in which she co-starred along with famous actor {{w|Christopher Reeve}}, and the 1996 direct-to-video science fiction sequel ''Darkman III: Die Darkman Die''. Dawson and her ''Star Trek: Voyager'' co-star [[Robert Picardo]] went on to have recurring roles on the short-lived [[NBC]] series ''The Lyon's Den'' in 2003.
   
Although she continues to make occasional film and television appearances, Dawson built her directorial debut on ''Voyager'' into a successful second career as a television director. In addition to her ''Voyager'' and ''Enterprise'' work, she has directed episodes of such programs as ''Crossing Jordan'', ''The O.C.'', [[J.J. Abrams]]' ''Lost'', ''Cold Case'', ''Heroes'' starring [[Zachary Quinto]], ''The Closer'' starring [[Raymond Cruz]] and [[Gina Ravarra]], ''Lie to Me'', ''The Good Wife'', ''The Mentalist'' and ''The Cape''. She also directed a 2006 episode of ''Close to Home'' guest-starring ''Enterprise''{{'}}s [[Connor Trinneer]] and served as a producer for ''Cold Case'' from 2007 to 2009.
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Although she continues to make occasional film and television appearances, Dawson built her directorial debut on ''Voyager'' into a successful second career as a television director. In addition to her ''Voyager'' and ''Enterprise'' work, she has directed episodes of such programs as ''Crossing Jordan'' starring [[Jerry O'Connell]] and [[Miguel Ferrer]], ''The O.C.'', [[J.J. Abrams]]' ''Lost'', ''Cold Case'', ''Heroes'' starring [[Zachary Quinto]], ''The Closer'' starring [[Raymond Cruz]] and [[Gina Ravarra]], ''Lie to Me'', ''The Good Wife'', ''The Mentalist'' and ''The Cape''. She also directed a 2006 episode of ''Close to Home'' guest-starring ''Enterprise''{{'}}s [[Connor Trinneer]] and served as a producer for ''Cold Case'' from 2007 to 2009.
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She also directed the 2019 Christian film ''Breakthrough''.
   
 
Dawson is also a published author. She wrote, with co-author Daniel Graham, the Tenebrea sci-fi trilogy.
 
Dawson is also a published author. She wrote, with co-author Daniel Graham, the Tenebrea sci-fi trilogy.
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<gallery>
File:Torres possessed by Chakotay.jpg|[[Chakotay]] (possessing Torres)<br />({{VOY|Cathexis}})
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File:Torres possessed by Chakotay.jpg|[[Chakotay]] (possessing B'Elanna Torres)<br />({{VOY|Cathexis}})
 
File:BElanna-Human.jpg|B'Elanna Torres as a [[Human]]<br />({{VOY|Faces}})
 
File:BElanna-Human.jpg|B'Elanna Torres as a [[Human]]<br />({{VOY|Faces}})
 
File:BElanna-Klingon.jpg|B'Elanna Torres as a [[Klingon]]<br />({{VOY|Faces}})
 
File:BElanna-Klingon.jpg|B'Elanna Torres as a [[Klingon]]<br />({{VOY|Faces}})
File:B'Elanna_hologram2371.jpg|B'Elanna Torres ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|Projections}})
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File:B'Elanna hologram2371.jpg|B'Elanna Torres ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|Projections}})
 
File:Dreadnought at warp.jpg|[[Cardassian ATR-4107|Dreadnought]] (voice)<br />({{VOY|Dreadnought}})
 
File:Dreadnought at warp.jpg|[[Cardassian ATR-4107|Dreadnought]] (voice)<br />({{VOY|Dreadnought}})
 
File:B'Elanna Torres illusion 2373.jpg|B'Elanna Torres (illusion)<br />({{VOY|Coda}})
 
File:B'Elanna Torres illusion 2373.jpg|B'Elanna Torres (illusion)<br />({{VOY|Coda}})
 
File:Brigitte.jpg|[[Brigitte]]<br />({{VOY|The Killing Game|The Killing Game, Part II}})
 
File:Brigitte.jpg|[[Brigitte]]<br />({{VOY|The Killing Game|The Killing Game, Part II}})
 
File:Torres hologram, 2374.jpg|B'Elanna Torres ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|One}})
 
File:Torres hologram, 2374.jpg|B'Elanna Torres ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|One}})
File:B'Elanna_biomimetic_copy.jpg|[[Biomimetic lifeform]] (imitating B'Elanna Torres)<br />({{VOY|Course: Oblivion}})
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File:B'Elanna biomimetic copy.jpg|[[Biomimetic lifeform|Biomimetic]] [[Doppelgänger#The Silver Blood|copy]] of B'Elanna Torres<br />({{VOY|Course: Oblivion}})
File:B'Elanna Torres illusion 2375.jpg|B'Elanna Torres (illusion)<br />({{VOY|The Fight}})
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File:B'Elanna Torres illusion, 2375.jpg|B'Elanna Torres (illusion)<br />({{VOY|The Fight}})
 
File:Torres daydream hologram 2376.jpg|B'Elanna Torres (hologram)<br />({{VOY|Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy}})
 
File:Torres daydream hologram 2376.jpg|B'Elanna Torres (hologram)<br />({{VOY|Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy}})
File:B'Elanna_hologram2376.jpg|B'Elanna Torres ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|Pathfinder}})
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File:B'Elanna hologram2376.jpg|B'Elanna Torres ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|Pathfinder}})
 
File:B'Elanna hologram, 2378.jpg|B'Elanna Torres ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|Human Error}})
 
File:B'Elanna hologram, 2378.jpg|B'Elanna Torres ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|Human Error}})
 
File:Torrie.jpg|[[Torrey]] ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|Author, Author}})
 
File:Torrie.jpg|[[Torrey]] ([[hologram]])<br />({{VOY|Author, Author}})
 
File:The Doctor, as B'Elanna.jpg|[[The Doctor]] (disguised as B'Elanna Torres)<br />({{VOY|Renaissance Man}})
 
File:The Doctor, as B'Elanna.jpg|[[The Doctor]] (disguised as B'Elanna Torres)<br />({{VOY|Renaissance Man}})
File:Auto repair station far.jpg|[[Automated repair station]] (voice)<br />({{ENT|Dead Stop}}) (uncredited)
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File:Auto repair station far.jpg|[[Automated repair station]] (voice)<br />({{ENT|Dead Stop}})<br />(uncredited)
 
</gallery>
 
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** {{e|Awakening}}
 
** {{e|Awakening}}
 
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
*Before ''Star Trek: Voyager'' was even conceived, Dawson played another character named "Lieutenant Torres" in the 1991 telefilm/failed pilot ''N.Y.P.D. Mounted''.
 
*Before ''Star Trek: Voyager'' was even conceived, Dawson played another character named "Lieutenant Torres" in the 1991 telefilm/failed pilot ''N.Y.P.D. Mounted''.
   
*In November 2001, Dawson appeared on the special ''Trek''-themed version of the game show ''Weakest Link'', along with [[LeVar Burton]], [[Denise Crosby]], [[John de Lancie]], [[Robert Picardo]], [[William Shatner]], [[Armin Shimerman]], and [[Wil Wheaton]]. Burton ended up winning the game, while Wheaton apparently angered Dawson with his flirtatious remarks. Dawson was doubly enraged since her husband was among the audience members. Shortly after the broadcast however, she posted to her website's BBS that it had all been in jest and that she was simply having fun sparring with Wil. {{brokenlink|http://www.roxanndawson.net/wwwboard/messages/3487.html}}
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*In November 2001, Dawson appeared on the special ''Trek''-themed version of the game show ''Weakest Link'', along with [[LeVar Burton]], [[Denise Crosby]], [[John de Lancie]], [[Robert Picardo]], [[William Shatner]], [[Armin Shimerman]], and [[Wil Wheaton]]. Burton ended up winning the game, while Wheaton apparently angered Dawson with his flirtatious remarks. Dawson was doubly enraged since her husband was among the audience members. Shortly after the broadcast however, she posted to her website's BBS that it had all been in jest and that she was simply having fun sparring with Wil. {{bl|www.roxanndawson.net/wwwboard/messages/3487.html}}
   
*Some sites give Dawson's year of birth as 1964, but [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0206259/ IMDb] and the majority of reliable sources give it as 1958.
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*Some sites give Dawson's year of birth as 1964, but {{imdb|name/nm0206259/|IMDb}} and the majority of reliable sources give it as 1958.
   
 
*Dawson appeared on the cover of TV Guide's 'Sexiest Stars in the Universe' in July 2000.
 
*Dawson appeared on the cover of TV Guide's 'Sexiest Stars in the Universe' in July 2000.
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*Dawson was pregnant during the 4th season of ''Voyager''. She wore a lab coat to hide her pregnancy for most of the season, but in {{VOY|The Killing Game}} and {{e|The Killing Game, Part II}}, she was shown on the holodeck to be pregnant, though Seven of Nine confirmed that it was a holographic baby.
 
*Dawson was pregnant during the 4th season of ''Voyager''. She wore a lab coat to hide her pregnancy for most of the season, but in {{VOY|The Killing Game}} and {{e|The Killing Game, Part II}}, she was shown on the holodeck to be pregnant, though Seven of Nine confirmed that it was a holographic baby.
   
* Several costumes worn by Dawson in ''Star Trek: Voyager'' were later sold off on the [[It's A Wrap! sale and auction]] on eBay, including her [[bathing suit]] from the [[VOY Season 3|third season]] episode {{e|Warlord}}. {{stala|3993}}
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*Several costumes worn by Dawson in ''Star Trek: Voyager'' were later sold off on the [[It's A Wrap! sale and auction]] on eBay, including her [[bathing suit]] from the [[VOY Season 3|third season]] episode {{e|Warlord}}. {{stala|3993}}
   
 
== Novels ==
 
== Novels ==
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
* [http://www.roxanndawson.net RoxannDawson.net] - official site
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[[Category:ALMA Award nominees]]
 
[[Category:ALMA Award nominees]]
 
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Revision as of 15:29, September 27, 2019

Real World article
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Roxann Dawson (born 11 September 1958; age 61) is the actress best known for portraying Lieutenant B'Elanna Torres on Star Trek: Voyager. She was initially credited on the show as Roxann Biggs-Dawson. She also directed two episodes of Star Trek: Voyager and ten episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise.

Born Roxann Caballero, Dawson is the ex-wife of actor Casey Biggs (Damar on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) and whom she met before either was involved in Star Trek. She is currently married to casting director Eric Dawson. They have a daughter, Emma, with whom Dawson was pregnant during the fourth season of Star Trek: Voyager. Their second daughter, Mia, was adopted from China. Roxann is of Hispanic descent.

Prior to Star Trek, Dawson had a recurring role on the daytime TV soap opera Another World in 1985. Her Star Trek: Voyager co-star Jennifer Lien joined the show during the 1991-92 season. In 1988, she had a role in the TV movie Broken Angel, alongside Star Trek: The Original Series actor William Shatner. She has appeared in a handful of other films, most notably the 1991 drama Guilty by Suspicion, the 1992 telefilm Mortal Sins in which she co-starred along with famous actor Christopher Reeve, and the 1996 direct-to-video science fiction sequel Darkman III: Die Darkman Die. Dawson and her Star Trek: Voyager co-star Robert Picardo went on to have recurring roles on the short-lived NBC series The Lyon's Den in 2003.

Although she continues to make occasional film and television appearances, Dawson built her directorial debut on Voyager into a successful second career as a television director. In addition to her Voyager and Enterprise work, she has directed episodes of such programs as Crossing Jordan starring Jerry O'Connell and Miguel Ferrer, The O.C., J.J. Abrams' Lost, Cold Case, Heroes starring Zachary Quinto, The Closer starring Raymond Cruz and Gina Ravarra, Lie to Me, The Good Wife, The Mentalist and The Cape. She also directed a 2006 episode of Close to Home guest-starring Enterprise's Connor Trinneer and served as a producer for Cold Case from 2007 to 2009.

She also directed the 2019 Christian film Breakthrough.

Dawson is also a published author. She wrote, with co-author Daniel Graham, the Tenebrea sci-fi trilogy.

Additional characters

Directorial credits

Trivia

  • Before Star Trek: Voyager was even conceived, Dawson played another character named "Lieutenant Torres" in the 1991 telefilm/failed pilot N.Y.P.D. Mounted.
  • In November 2001, Dawson appeared on the special Trek-themed version of the game show Weakest Link, along with LeVar Burton, Denise Crosby, John de Lancie, Robert Picardo, William Shatner, Armin Shimerman, and Wil Wheaton. Burton ended up winning the game, while Wheaton apparently angered Dawson with his flirtatious remarks. Dawson was doubly enraged since her husband was among the audience members. Shortly after the broadcast however, she posted to her website's BBS that it had all been in jest and that she was simply having fun sparring with Wil. [1](X)
  • Some sites give Dawson's year of birth as 1964, but IMDb and the majority of reliable sources give it as 1958.
  • Dawson appeared on the cover of TV Guide's 'Sexiest Stars in the Universe' in July 2000.
  • Dawson appeared in 'Girls of Sci-Fi' feature in the June 2001 issue of the US FHM.
  • B'Elanna's character was much younger in age than Dawson. When Star Trek: Voyager started B'Elanna was 22 years old when Dawson was really in her thirties. This is not the first time in Star Trek that an actress has been hired to play a character younger than they were. Kira Nerys, played by actress Nana Visitor, was 26 when Star Trek: Deep Space Nine started, however Visitor was really in her mid-thirties at the time.
  • Dawson was pregnant during the 4th season of Voyager. She wore a lab coat to hide her pregnancy for most of the season, but in VOY: "The Killing Game" and "The Killing Game, Part II", she was shown on the holodeck to be pregnant, though Seven of Nine confirmed that it was a holographic baby.

Novels

  • Entering Tenebrea
  • Tenebrea's Hope
  • Tenebrea Rising

External links

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