Chase Masterson shines as the title role in the Doctor Who Big Finish spin-off VIENNA, currently in Season 3, after originating the role opposite 7th Doctor Who Sylvester McCoy in 2012. She also stars in Survivors, a Big Finish production nominated for a 2015 BBC Audio Drama Award, currently in Season 2.
Chase was first recognized for her break-out role as “Leeta” in the final five seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Known to millions of fans worldwide, Chase has been listed in:
- “10 SEXIEST ALIENS IN TV HISTORY”
- AOL “TOP 25 TV HOTTIES”
- UGO “50 SEXIEST WOMEN”
- Femme Fatales Magazine “TOP 20 PEOPLE TO WATCH”
- Sci-Fi Universe “HOT LEADING LADIES OF FILM”
- Film Fetish “FAVORITE SCIENCE FICTION ACTRESS ON TV”
- TV Guide’s online fan poll
Chase has held recurring roles on General Hospital and Live Shot; guest-starred on programs such as The Flash, E.R., Presidio Med, Sweet Justice, Sci-Fi Vortex, Sliders, and Acapulco H.E.A.T.; and served as host of Sci-Fi Entertainment, Showtime: Nighttime, and Encore’s STARZ On Demand.
Her previous film credits include Stephen King’s Sometimes They Come Back For More, Robin Hood: Men In Tights for director Mel Brooks, In a Moment of Passion, Married People Single Sex, Sammyville, Manticore, Chastity, Terminal Invasion, Creature Unknown, and a cameo as herself in Comic Book: The Movie.
Chase’s recent and upcoming film work includes The Search for Simon, Yesterday Was a Lie, R.U.R., Unbelievable, and Inspector Spacetime, as well as the title role in Vendetta Vette, currently in development. An accomplished jazz singer, she has received high praise for her music from magazines such as Film Score Monthly and Entertainment Today.
In her free time, Chase has sung in USO Tours for the Navy and the Marine Corps. Best of all, “Chase Masterson” was recently the answer to a question on Jeopardy. (Well, that’s up there, anyway…)
SCORE is a first-of-its-kind documentary that dives into the creative process of film scores. Tracking the progress of modern-day film score development, SCORE will illustrate how the first few notes on a piano keyboard end up in the most dramatic moments of a film’s emotional climax.