Katie Sakov – Born in Portland and raised in St. Helens, Oregon, Sackhoff graduated from high school in 1998. From a young age, she pursued her goal of becoming a professional swimmer, but had to give up the sport following a knee injury: di as a result he began to devote himself to yoga and acting.
Sackhoff has worked in films such as Halloween: Resurrection and on television, including the series The Education of Max Bickford, and guest appearances on US series such as ER ER and Cold Case. She played the lead female role in the action/sci-fi film The Last Sentinel, the psychological thriller White Noise: The Light, and the film How I Married My High School Crush.
She portrays Kara Thrace “Starbuck” on Battlestar Galactica., a Viper pilot of the Colonial Fleet. In the original series Battlestar Galactica (1978), the character Starbuck was a man, played by Dirk Benedict. Series creator Ronald D. Moore’s decision to change the character’s gender was hotly contested by fans of the original series, but most have now accepted Sackhoff.
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Katie Sakov portrays the first evil bionic woman Sarah Corvus from The Bionic Woman, a 2007 television series. In the video game Halo, she has been chosen to voice a female marine.
He appeared in college plays and the movie Fifteen and Pregnant while a student. Kirsten Dunst, who played the lead in the latter movie, persuaded Sackhoff to come to Hollywood so that he could follow this vocation. She played Annie in four episodes of the MTV-produced television series Undressed, which was her first significant role. She next played Nell Bickford, the main character, in The Education of Max Bickford. Then, she was cast in several major motion pictures; she made her screen debut in My First Mister and later as Jen Danzig in Halloween.
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In 2003 he obtained his most successful role in Battlestar Galactica, playing one of the key characters of the franchise, Captain Kara Thrace, a character he plays until 2009. Producers Ronald D. Moore and David Eick have repeatedly stated that the role of Kara was greatly influenced by Sackhoff’s strong personality; even his three tattoos, the ring he wears on his left thumb, and his decision to quit smoking (between the second and third seasons of the series) were included in the characterization (although one of the tattoos, which represented a cross, was first hidden and then changed for narrative coherence, Christianity being unknown in the Battlestar Galactica universe). From Kara’s interpretation,
After Battlestar Galactica Katie Sakov has played other roles, especially in science fiction and fantasy genre productions. In 2007 she plays Sarah Corvus in 5 episodes of Bionic Woman and is the protagonist of the television films The Last Sentinel and Battlestar Galactica: Razor. In 2008 she instead plays the horror film White Noise: The Light. She has also appeared as a guest star on such productions as Cold Case, ER, Law & Order, Robot Chicken, CSI, and The Big Bang Theory.
She was found to have thyroid cancer near the end of shooting the final season of Battlestar Galactica, which was successfully removed through surgery.
In addition, she provided voices for several video games this decade, including Batman and Spider-Man. As a deputy sheriff, Victoria Moretti has been one of the main characters of the Longmire series since 2012.