KATEE SACKHOFF (Dahl) is perhaps best
known for her role as hot-
shot pilot Starbuck in the
critically acclaimed Syfy
series Battlestar Galactica,
for which she earned a
Saturn Award in 2006 for
Best Supporting Actress
on Television. In addition
to winning a prestigious
Peabody Award, Battlestar
Galactica was honored as one of the 10 Outstanding
Television Programs by the American Film Institute
(AFI) for two consecutive years. Currently, Sackhoff can
be seen starring as Deputy Vic Moretti in A&E's original
drama series Longmire, based on Craig Johnson's mys-
tery novels about Wyoming Sheriff Walt Longmire.
This year, Sackhoff starred in Lionsgate's The
Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia, a horror-
thriller set in the rural South where a family is terrorized
by supernatural entities in their home and Lionsgate's
multigenre film Sexy Evil Genius, a dark comedy about
an eclectic group of strangers invited to a downtown
bar by a mutual ex-lover, Nikki Franklyn (Sackhoff).
Recently, Sackhoff wrapped production on Intrepid
Pictures' Oculus. The spine-chilling supernatural tale
tells the story of two damaged siblings who reunite as
adults to destroy the culprit of their parents' demise,
which they witnessed as children.
Upon graduating high school, Sackhoff moved to
Los Angeles and quickly commanded attention as she
secured leading roles in a variety of film and television
projects. Her burgeoning career began with a lead role in the MTV pilot Locust Valley, which led to a lead role
in the FOX family series The Fearing Mind, as well as
the lead role portraying Richard Dreyfuss' daughter on
CBS' The Education of Max Bickford.
On the small screen, Sackhoff has starred opposite
Kiefer Sutherland on the hit FOX television series
24, as Dana Walsh, an expert data analyst at CTU
with a secret and dark past. She was cast in the highly
anticipated NBC series Bionic Woman, in which she
played Sarah, the original bionic woman and nemesis
of the new bionic woman. Sackhoff had recurring
roles on the FX series Nip/Tuck as the duplicitous Dr.
Theadora "Teddy" Rowe, and CBS' CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation, as Detective Frankie Reed. Her past film
credits include Halloween: Resurrection, White Noise
2: The Light and The Last Sentinel.