Katrina Law is making an impression in Hollywood. Her stunning good looks and unshakable talent have earned her roles in such notable television series as "CSI: Miami" (CBS), "Legend of the Seeker" (ABC), and "Chuck" (NBC). She has also earned supporting and lead roles in such independent films as "Knuckledraggers," "Lucky Numbers," "Emmet's Mark," "The Learning Curve," and "Bottom Feeders." Law was most recently seen starring as Mira in the hit STARZ series "Spartacus: Blood and Sand" and "Spartacus: Vengeance."
Born in Philadelphia and raised in South Jersey, Law was raised by a Catholic father of German and Italian descent serving in the U.S. Armed Forces and a Taiwanese Buddhist mother. For eight years, she was a member of The Tournado Dance Company in Pitman, NJ, where she spent four to five hours a day studying ballet, tap, modern, jazz, and flamenco. Law attended The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, where she received a B.A. in Theater. At 19, she was cast as Cassie in "A Chorus Line" (Triple Threat Theater) and it was then she knew she wanted to act. Law honed her skills in theater for several years and received two Irene Ryan A.C.T.F. nominations for her work as Olivia in "Twelfth Night" (Stockton Theater Fest) and as the bride in "Blood Wedding" (Stockton Theater Fest).
In 2001, Law landed her first television role on the NBC series "Third Watch." Law notes that out of all the projects she has done, the most rewarding was "The Resistance," directed by Adrian Picardi. Her work on "The Resistance" would eventually lead to STARZ taking note of her for their new series in development, "Spartacus."