Happy Birthday: Katrina Law

katrinalaw.jpgKatrina Law

Born: September 30, 1985 in West New York, New Jersey, USA

Married to: Keith Andreen (5 January 2013 – present)

Katrina Law is developing a resume that is guaranteed to start turning heads in the entertainment industry in 2014. With roles in notable television series, including CSI: Miami (2002) (CBS), Legend of the Seeker (2008) (ABC), and Chuck (2007) (NBC), plus supporting and lead roles in independent films, such as Alpha Males Experiment (2009), Lucky Numbers (2000), Emmett’s Mark (2002), The Learning Curve, and Bottomfeeders (2001), to name a few. Law’s name is becoming synonymous with an unshakeable talent and drive combined with a stunning, unique look that is unparalleled in the business to date. Law was recently seen starring as “Mira” on the hit STARZ series, Spartacus (2010) and Spartacus: Vengeance, in 2012. In 2014, Law made her debut on The CW’s Arrow (2012), as the recurring DC comic book character, “Nyssa Al Ghul”. In the comics, it’s revealed that “Nyssa” is the love child of Ra’s al Ghul, making her the half-sister of “Talia al Ghul”, whom Marion Cotillard portrayed in The Dark Knight Rises (2012).

 

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