Ellen Hollman

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Ellen Hollman
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Hollman at the 2014 Florida SuperCon
Born Ellen Hollman
(1983-04-01) April 1, 1983 (age 31)[1]
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Occupation Actress
Website
www.ellenhollman.com

Ellen Hollman is an American actress.

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Hollman was born in Detroit, Michigan, and eventually moved to Troy, Michigan where she graduated from Troy High School. Ellen Hollman is the oldest of four siblings. Hollman was an all-star track runner, holding the female state record in Michigan for the long jump (17.5 ft).[citation needed]

In 2008, Ellen Hollman became CEO/Founder of non-profit organization Visual Impact Now. Her celebrity hosts have included Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, January Jones, Robert Luketic etc. Her organization has conducted various eye clinics in Los Angeles, servicing over 6,000 children with glasses.[citation needed]

She made her television debut on an episode of Malcolm in the Middle in 2005, before going on to appear in fourth season of The O.C. as young Kirsten Nichol in a flashback. In 2006, Hollman made her first appearance on film in the movie Road House 2: Last Call, where she played the role of Beau. Hollman is currently[when?] working on two big-screen projects set to debut in 2010 and 2011, respectively, Fling, with Brandon Routh and Asylum, with Sarah Roemer.[dated info] She was cast as a new series regular 'Saxa', a German gladiatrix that is an antagonist to 'Mira' (Katrina Law) and love interest for Gannicus (Dustin Clare), but eventually sides with Spartacus during the slave rebellion on Spartacus: Vengeance, which premiered in January 2012. She returned to the role of Saxa in the third and final season of Spartacus, which premiered on January 25, 2013, and ended the series.

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