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Moon Bloodgood stars as Blair Williams in Warner Bros. Pictures' "Terminator Salvation" (2009).

In 2008, Moon Bloodgood was seen as an ambitious development executive in Barry Levinson's comedy "What Just Happened," starring Robert De Niro. In 2007, she starred as a Native American warrior princess in the action-adventure fantasy "Pathfinder," directed by Marcus Nispel. She previously starred in Frank Marshall's hit adventure film "Eight Below," opposite Paul Walker and Jason Biggs. Her additional credits include the independent feature "Moonlight Serenade," with Amy Adams; "A Lot Like Love," opposite Ashton Kutcher; and "Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!," in which she made her feature film debut.

On television, she has had starring roles on two series: NBC's time-traveling drama "Journeyman," opposite Kevin McKidd as his long-lost fiancée Livia Beale; and "Day Break," with Taye Diggs. In April 2009, Bloodgood was offered a three-episode arc on Fox TV's "Burn Notice," which stars Jeffrey Donovan.



Bloodgood started her career as a professional dancer, eventually earning a coveted spot on The Los Angeles Laker Girls. She later toured with such noted artists as Prince, Brandy and the rock band Offspring. Her striking beauty, a blend of Korean, Dutch and Irish roots, caught the eye of photographers, who encouraged her to pursue modeling. Bloodgood went to New York, where she was soon modeling for cosmetic giants Revlon, L'Oreal and Avon. David LaChapelle photographed her for a Diesel campaign, as well as a fashion spread in Face magazine. She also graced the cover of Town and Country, and appeared in campaigns for Adidas and Nike Woman.

Upon her return to Los Angeles, a casting director spotted her and asked her to audition for "Just Shoot Me." Since then, Moon Bloodgood has worked on some of the best TV programs including "CSI" and "Monk." She has also worked with big-time film directors in TV pilots such as James Foley for "Hollywood Division," and John Stockwell for "Rocky Point."

In 2006, Bloodgood was named one of People magazine's "Most Beautiful People."



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Age: 39 years old
Birthday: September 20, 1975
Height: 5' 10"
Full Name / Real Name: Korinna Moon Bloodgood
Birthplace: Anaheim, CA





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