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TRICIA HELFER

BATTLESTAR GALACTICA | LUCIFER | MORTAL KOMBAT X

AUTOGRAPH: $40

FUNKO / COLLECTIBLE AUTOGRAPH: $60
SELFIE: $40

COMBO (AUTO/SELFIE): $60

COMBO (COLLECTIBLE/SELFIE): $80
PHOTO OP: $60

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Tricia Helfer is a Canadian cover girl model-turned-actress who has developed her
resume beyond the catwalk to include many diverse roles highlighting her versatile and

natural screen presence. Best known as the face of the series, and for her Leo award-
winning lead performance as the humanoid, Cylon ‘Number Six’ in the critically

acclaimed Syfy series, “Battlestar Galactica,” Helfer has since gone on to book leading
roles on a wide variety of networks. Always working, Tricia will soon concurrently be
seen in Netflix’s “Lucifer,” Syfy’s “Van Helsing” as ‘Dracula,’ and Starz brand new series
“Step Up: High Water.”


Prior to her series regular run on “Lucifer,” Tricia was recurring in season two of the
Playstation & Sony Picture TV series, “Powers.” Just before that, Helfer also played the
lead of the Syfy channel’s original miniseries “Ascension” co-starring Brian Van Holt. In
early 2014, Helfer starred as the lead of the ABC series, “Killer Women.” The Sofia
Vergara-produced series followed beautiful badass Molly Parker (Helfer), in the
notorious Texas Rangers frontier patrol, as she pursued justice despite being embroiled
in a continuous fight for her peers’ respect.


Born in Donalda, Alberta, Canada, Helfer launched her modeling career at age 17, and
erupted into an international superstar after winning the Ford Models’ Supermodel of the
World Contest in 1992. Her modeling credits include appearances in high-end ad
campaigns for Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, Versace, Givenchy, and Dolce & Gabbana
as well as covers for national publications such as ELLE, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire,
Flare and Vogue.


In 2002, Helfer turned her focus to acting, moving to Los Angeles and quickly earning a
guest star spot on the second season finale of “C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation.” The
following year she earned her break with “Battlestar Galactica,” achieving a remarkably
fast and successful transition into acting. During her hiatus from “Battlestar Galactica,”
Helfer portrayed the legendary Farrah Fawcett in NBC’s film, “Behind the Camera: The
Unauthorized Story of Charlie’s Angels.” She further expanded her portfolio by starring
as ‘Stephanie Jacobs’ opposite Dennis Hopper and Billy Zane in the independent
feature “Memory,” and later starred alongside LeeLee Sobieski in another independent,
“Walk All Over Me,” which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Helfer returned to the small-screen in 2008, joining the cast of the USA Network’s hit
series, “Burn Notice” for a multi-episode arc. The next year she filmed recurring guest
spots on the award-winning CBS comedy, “Two and a Half Men,” while appearing on
FOX’s crime shows “Chuck,” and “Lie to Me.” In 2010, Helfer booked a series regular
role on the ten-episode arc of Jerry Bruckheimer’s “Dark Blue,” starring opposite Dylan
McDermott and went on to do a variety of terrific roles on series such as “Suits,” on USA
Network, “Key and Peale,” “The Librarians,” “Community,” “Chuck,” “Jeremiah” and
“Franklin & Bash,” Shudder Network’s “Creepshow,” among others.


In addition to her vast array of television roles, Tricia starred in the film, “A Beginner’s
Guide to Endings,” with Harvey Keitel, Scott Caan, and JK Simmons and later, went on
to star in “Authors Anonymous” with Kaley Cuoco. Next up, is another lead role in

thriller, “Isolation” co-starring Luke Mably, a film that portrayed the true events of a
couple vacationing in the Bahamas. The getaway quickly spirals out of control, forcing
the couple into survival mode.


Adding to her impressive resume, Helfer has done prolific voiceover work in mega-hit
video game franchises including, playing the roles of Commander Veronica Dare in
Halo: ODST, EDI in Mass Effect 2 and 3, Sarah Kerrigan in Blizzard Entertainment’s
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, for which she won the 2010 VGA for Best Performance by
a Human Female, as well as in StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm. She also showcased
her voice talent in animated productions, “Green Lantern: First Flight,” a Cartoon
Network TV movie, on Disney XD’s “The Spectacular Spiderman,” and on Disney XD’s
“TRON: Uprising.”


In addition to acting, Helfer continues to support as many causes as she can, as she
strongly believes in giving back. Tricia supports the Humane Society of United States,
Best Friends Animal Society, AmFAR, PETA, Kitten Rescue and Richmond Animal
Protection Society.

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