Named one of the worldâ€™s â€œ50 Sexiest Womenâ€ by Femme Fatales Magazine, Chase Masterson was first recognized for her break-out role as â€œLeetaâ€ in the final five seasons of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Known to millions of fans worldwide, TV Guideâ€™s online readers poll voted Chase the â€œFavorite Science Fiction Actress on Televisionâ€; Sci-Fi Universe Magazine honored her as one of the â€œTop 20 People to Watch in Hollywoodâ€; and, in 2010, UGO included her in their list of the â€œTop 25 TV Hotties, and the Schlubs They Inexplicably Love.â€ In December 2009, AOL named Chase one of the â€œTen Sexiest Aliensâ€ in television history.
Chase has held recurring roles on General Hospital and Live Shot; guest starred on programs such as E.R., Presidio Med, Sci-Fi Vortex, Sliders, and Acapulco H.E.A.T.; and served as host of Sci-Fi Entertainment, Showtime: Nighttime, and Encoreâ€™s STARZ On Demand. Her film credits include Yesterday Was a Lie, Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles, Stephen Kingâ€™s Sometimes They Come Back For More, Robin Hood: Men In Tights, In a Moment of Passion, Married People Single Sex, Sammyville, Manticore, Chastity, Terminal Invasion, Creature Unknown, and Comic Book: The Movie. Chaseâ€™s recent producing credits include the documentary Through Your Eyes with Michael Madsen and David Carradine (featured twice on Dr. Phil), and the short L.A. Actors with Tony Shalhoub and Brandon Routh.
An accomplished jazz singer, she has received high praise for her music from magazines such as Film Score Monthly and Entertainment Today. Chase hosted her own weekly internet radio show on TheFandom.com, and has been singing in USO Tours for the Navy and the Marine Corps. She was selected as one of the â€œHot Leading Ladiesâ€ of film by Film Fetish for her role in Yesterday Was a Lie, and was named â€œBest Feature Film Producerâ€ by the LA Femme Film Festival.
Best of all, â€œChase Mastersonâ€ was recently the answer to a question on Jeopardy. (Well, thatâ€™s up there, anyway…)