Jeri Ryan is a versatile actress who has had a remarkable career, with memorable roles in some of TV's most popular shows that have continued to keep her a favorite with viewers around the world.
Ryan began her acting career with guest-starring roles on a number of hit TV shows, including "Melrose Place," "Matlock," "The Sentinel," and a series regular role on "Dark Skies." In 1997 sci-fi fans took notice of her when she was cast to play the iconic role of Seven of Nine on the series "Star Trek: Voyager." She later joined the cast of "Boston Public" as Ronnie Cooke, a role that the show's producer, David E. Kelley, wrote specifically for her. Other TV projects include recurring roles as Charlotte Morgan on "The O.C.," the drama "Leverage" and guest-starring roles on Kelley's "Boston Legal" as well as "Law &Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Two and a Half Men." Additionally she starred in the legal drama "Shark," opposite James Woods.
Film credits include "Dracula 2000," opposite Gerard Butler, and "Down with Love."
Ryan focuses her efforts on a variety of causes that are important to her, including cancer research, pediatric healthcare research via St. Jude's Children's Hospital, and anti-bullying legislation in schools with organizations such as GLSEN.
Born in Munich, Germany, Ryan resides in Los Angeles with her husband, chef Christophe Eme, son Alex and daughter Gisele.
HOMETOWN Munich, Germany
BIRTHDATE February 22