Roxann Dawson Biography
Birthday: September 11, 1958 (Virgo)
Born In: Los Angeles, California, United States
Roxann Dawson, also known as “Roxann Biggs” and “Roxann Biggs-Dawson,” is an American actor, producer, director, and writer. The multifaceted personality is best known for her portrayal of ‘B'Elanna Torres’ in 'Star Trek: Voyager.' Apart from acting in it, Roxanne has been associated with other areas of the 'Star Trek' franchise, too. She has directed a few episodes of the franchise. 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.