Katrina Law at San Diego Comic-Con 2012
1 January 1985 
Deptford, New Jersey, USA
|Occupation||Actor, pageant contestant|
Katrina Law (born 1 January 1985 in Deptford, NJ) is an American actress. She represented New Jersey in the Miss Teen USA Pageant. Law is also the lead singer and bass player in her band "Soundboard Fiction". She played the role of Mira (a slave in the house of Batiatus) in the Starz television series, Spartacus: Blood and Sand and Spartacus: Vengeance.
In 2011, Law completed an action-oriented project called "3 Minutes" with director Ross Ching, producers Don Le and George Wang, starring Harry Shum, Jr., Stephen "tWitch" Boss (the runner up on season 4 of Fox's So You Think You Can Dance, and herself. Law's mother is Taiwanese.
|2000||Lucky Numbers||Teen Girl||aka Lucky Number – Japan (English title)|
|2001||Third Watch||Ani Bailey||Episode" "Man Enough"|
|2002||Reba||Morgan Brooks||Episode: "The King and I"|
|2002||Emmett's Mark||Francine||aka Killing Emmett Young – USA (video title)|
|2003||44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out||Kate|
|2005||Choker||Santo||aka Disturbance – USA (DVD box title)|
|2006||If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home Now||(TV)|
|2006||All In||Dealer No. 1|
|2007||A New Tomorrow||Katherine Schatz|
|2007||The Rookie: CTU||Kate Wyman|
|2008||Stiletto||Biker Chick No. 2||aka Velvet Spider – Japan (English title)|
|2008||The Rookie: Day 3 Extraction||Kate|
|2009||Chuck||Alexis||Episode: "Chuck Versus the Beefcake"|
|2010||Spartacus: Blood and Sand||Mira||Five episodes: "Kill Them All", "Revelations", "Old Wounds", "Party Favors", and "Whore"|
|2010||Legend of the Seeker||Garren the Mord Sith||Three episodes: "Walter", "Extinction", and "Tears"|
|2010||An American Hero||Emily Latchaw||(in post-production)|
|2010||Mafioso||Alex Johnson||(in post-production)|
|2011||3 Minutes||Female Hunter|
|2013||Snow Bride||Greta Kaine||Hallmark Movie|
|2014||Arrow||Nyssa al Ghul|
- Katrina Law at the Internet Movie Database
- "The Official Website of Katrina Law". Katrina Law. Retrieved 6 May 2013.
- "Starz Digital Media's 'The Resistance' Moves to SyFy". Comicbookbin.com. Retrieved 2011-10-21.
- Katrina Law's website
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