Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Other names||Roxann Biggs, Roxann Biggs-Dawson|
|Spouse(s)||Casey Biggs (divorced)
Eric Dawson (m. 1994)
A 1980 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley Dawson's first professional acting job was in a Broadway production of A Chorus Line. She continued a stage career through the 1980s and 1990s, while occasionally landing minor film and television roles.
Her other television credits include appearances on Nightingales, Baywatch, The Closer, Matlock, Jake and the Fatman, The Untouchables, Any Day Now, Without a Trace, The Lyon's Den, The Division, the U.S. version of Coupling, and the science fiction television series Seven Days. She also provided voicework for an episode of Star Trek: Enterprise.
Directing and producing 
While working on Voyager, Dawson made her directorial debut on the episode "Riddles", which aired in September 1999. Dawson later directed the second part of the two-part episode "Workforce" and directed several episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise.
She has directed episodes of Charmed, The O.C., Close to Home (where she directed fellow Star Trek alum Connor Trinneer), Lost, Heroes, Hawthorne, The Closer, Cold Case, Caprica (produced by Star Trek veteran Ronald D. Moore), The Mentalist, and Treme. In 2010, she directed "Teacher and Pupils", a second season episode of Lie to Me; and "On Tap", a second season episode of The Good Wife. In 2013, she directed "Reunions", the March 22 episode of Touch.
Dawson's first play, Passage Through the Heart, debuted in 1997 at the University of Minnesota Duluth. She has also written, with Daniel Graham, a trilogy of science-fiction novels, Entering Tenebrea (ISBN 0-671-03607-6), Tenebrea's Hope (ISBN 0-671-03609-2) and Tenebrea Rising (ISBN 0-671-03611-4).
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