June 25, 2022

Roxann Dawson Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Career, Film, Tv Show’s and Star Trek

Roxann Dawson Biography

Roxann Dawson (full name: Roxann Biggs Dawson) an American actress, producer, director, and writer in Los Angeles, California, best known as B’Elanna Torres on Star Trek’s TV series: Voyager. The multifaceted personality is best known for her portrayal of ‘ B’Elanna Torres ‘ in ‘ Star Trek: Voyager. ‘ Besides acting in it, Roxanne has also been associated with other areas of the ‘ Star Trek ‘ franchise. She has directed a few franchise episodes.

She later lent her voice to the ‘Star Trek’ video games and appeared in a few related documentaries. Her other voice-over credits include the audiobooks ‘Star Trek: The Klingon Way, A Warrior’s Guide,’ ‘Alien Voices: The Time Machine,’ ‘Alien Voices: The Lost World,’ and ‘Alien Voices: Journey to the Center of The Earth.’ In addition to films and TV, Roxann has showcased her acting skills in the theater circuit, too. She has performed with several regional theaters across the US. She has written a couple of plays and has co-authored a trilogy.

As a producer, Roxanne is credited for three TV series, namely, ‘Scandal,’ ‘Cold Case,’ and ‘Crossing Jordan.’ In her career to date, Roxanne has won three awards and a number of nominations, both as an actor and a director. She is all set to release her first full-length directorial venture, ‘Breakthrough,’ in 2019. Roxanne has married twice. She was initially married to her fellow ‘Star Trek’ actor Casey Biggs and then to Eric Dawson. She is now a mother of two children.

Roxann Dawson Age

Roxann was born Roxann Caballero, on September 11, 1958, in Los Angeles, California, to Richard and Rosalie Caballero. She is of Hispanic descent. Roxann attended ‘Beverly Hills High School,’ where her interest in music and drama grew further. She often participated in stage productions in high school. Roxann is 60 years old as of 2018.

Roxann Dawson Family

Roxann is a son of Richard Caballero (father) who is a Chilean macroeconomist who holds the Ford International chair of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a director of the World Economic Laboratory at MIT and an NBER Research Associate, Rosalie Caballero his mother.

Roxann Dawson Husband

Roxanne married twice. She was initially married to her fellow actor ‘ Star Trek ‘ Casey Biggs who is an American actor, best known throughout the Star Trek community for starring as the Cardassian Damar, on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. and then to Eric Dawson. She’s a two-child mother now.

Roxann Dawson Children

Roxann has two daughters. She gave birth to her first daughter, Emma Rose, on January 16, 1998. Roxann and Eric have also adopted a girl child, Mia Meicai, from China.

Roxann Dawson Career

Roxanne began her career in 1982 with the” Broadway production of’ A Chorus Line’ being staged at the’ Shubert Theater,’ New York City. She played in the musical the character ‘ Diana Morales.’ She was then seen in plays such as’ Daughters,” Tropicana,’ and’ The Tempest’ by William Shakespeare. Roxann also wrote the stage play ‘ Desire to Fall’ 1986.

In 1985, Roxann made her TV debut as’ Adrienne Morrow’ in the’ Another World ‘ soap opera’ NBC.’ This was the first time she was credited as’ Roxann Biggs.’ Subsequently, Roxann appeared in a few more TV series and continued to work simultaneously in a theater. Her first recurring role was as’ Yolanda’ Yolo’ Elena Puente in the’ NBC’ drama’ Nightingales.’ Roxann was also seen in the revival of Tennessee Williams ‘ play’ The Rose Tattoo’ (as’ Rosa Delle Rose’).

Roxann played two characters(‘ Alyssa’ and’ Debbie Morton’) in two episodes of’ CBS’ crime drama’ Jake and the Fatman.’ In seven episodes of the’ NBC’ series’ The Round Table,’ she played the character ‘ Jennifer Clemente.’ Roxann played’ Lt. Torres’ in the 1991 TV film ‘ N.Y.P.D. Mounted.’ In 1992, she made her film debut, portraying’ María Croce’ in the TV movie ‘ Mortal Sins.’ Her first feature-length film, however, was the 1993 crime drama’ Blood In, Blood Out.’ Unfortunately, Roxann’s role in the film was uncredited.

In 1994, Roxann was seen in two movies (both credited), namely’ Pointman’ (as’ Rosie Alvarez’) and’ Greyhounds’ (as’ JoJo Golina’). She started playing the most important character of her career the following year, a Klingon–human hybrid and the chief engineer on the’ Federation’ starship’ Voyager,” B’Elanna Torres,’ in the’ UPN’ science fiction series’ Star Trek: Voyager.’ Roxann remained on the show for 170 episodes and even directed two episodes of the series.

The first’ Star Trek ‘ episode Roxann directed was called’ Riddles’ and was aired in September 1999. Roxanne initially didn’t like her look as’ B’Elanna Torres’ and even cried when she saw the prosthetic layers on her face. She eventually got comfortable with it, though. Her hard work paid off when she received an’ ALMA Award’ in 2001 for her outstanding series performance. Roxann also bagged 3 other ‘ ALMA ‘ nominations, one ‘ NCLR Bravo Award ‘ nomination, and one ‘ Online Film & Television Association Award ‘ nomination for the same role. In the documentary ‘ Inside the New Adventure: Star Trek – Voyager, ‘ Roxann was also seen.

Meanwhile, in 1997, Roxanne wrote her second play,’ Passage through the Heart.’ Staged at Duluth’s’ University of Minnesota,’ the play was a finalist of’ Irene Ryan Scholarship.’ She was seen as’ Dr. the same year. Teresa Puente’s TV film ‘ Foto Novelas: Seeing through Walls,’ for which she was awarded an’ ALMA Award.’

After her directorial experience in ‘ Star Trek – Voyager, ‘ Roxann explored her leadership skills in several of her upcoming projects. She directed 10 episodes of ‘ Star Trek: Enterprise ‘ and even gave her voice for an episode.

Roxann’s association with the Star Trek franchise continued to grow with the first – person shooter video game ‘ Star Trek: Voyager – Elite Force ‘ released in 2000 and the 1997 documentary film about dedicated ‘ Star Trek ‘ fans ‘ Trekkies. ‘ Roxann debuted as an author with the science – fiction novel trilogy ‘ Entering Tenebrae ‘ 2000, ‘ Tenebrea’s Hope ‘ 2001 and ‘ Tenebrae Rising ‘ 2001, co-written with Danie Tenebrea’s Hope 2001.

Roxann directed three episodes of the science fiction series ‘ Heroes’ from’ NBC’ and bagged three nominations for her work(‘ ALMA,” Hugo,’ and’ NAACP Image.’ She became a producer with the crime-drama series’ NBC” Crossing Jordan’ in 2007. After making 17 episodes of the series, she took up the police-procedural drama ‘ Cold Case’ (41 episodes)’ CBS.’ Roxann was also the overseeing producer of the political-thriller’ Scandal’ series’ ABC.’

The upcoming 2019 Christian drama movie ‘ Breakthrough ‘ will be Roxann’s first feature film as a director. The film’s official trailer received over 30 million “views” within 2 days, which is a record.

Roxann Dawson Film

Year

Title

Role

1992

Mortal Sins

María Croce

1993

Blood In, Blood Out

uncredited

1994

Pointman

Rosie Alvarez

1994

Greyhounds

JoJo Golina

1996

Darkman III: Die Darkman Die

Angela Rooker

1998

The Lost World

Elizabeth Summerlee

2004

Jesus The Driver

uncredited

Roxann Dawson Television

Year

Title

Role

1985

Another World

Adrienne Morrow (as Roxann Biggs)

1987

Ohara

Carmella

1988

The Fortunate Pilgrim

Louisa

1989

Nightingales

Yolanda ‘Yolo’ Elena Puente (as )

1990

Baywatch

Ines

1990

Matlock

Vicki Mariani

1991

Equal Justice

Maria

1991

Jake and the Fatman

Alyssa

1992

Jake and the Fatman

Debbie Morton

1992

The Round Table

Jennifer Clemente

1993

The Hat Squad

Rosie

1994

The Untouchables

Gina Perino

1995-2001

Star Trek: Voyager

B’Elanna Torres

1999

Any Day Now

Tina

2000

Seven Days

Commander Helen Keagle

2003

Coupling

Therapist

2003

The Division

Unknown

2003

The Lyon’s Den

Asst. District Attorney Linda Solis

2004

Without A Trace

Mrs. Erica Palmer

2011

The Closer

Detective Ortega

Roxann Dawson Net Worth

The American actress, producer, and director who has an estimated net worth of $6 million.

Roxann Dawson Star Trek | Voyager

This article is about the series Star Trek. See USS Voyager (Star Trek) for the spacecraft featured in the series. See Star Trek: The Motion Picture for the Voyager VI space probe. See Voyager (disambiguation) for other uses. best known as B’Elanna Torres on the famous television series Trek.

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