BIOGRAPHY – JERI RYAN as Seven of Nine
Jeri Ryan portrays Seven of Nine, a human who was assimilated by the Borg as a young girl on Paramount Network Television’s STAR TREK: VOYAGER. When Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) severs Seven of Nine’s link to the Borg Collective, she is forced to remain on Voyager and adapt to human society. Now, as a crew member of the Starship U.S.S. Voyager, she must try to conform to Starfleet rules and regulations. “Seven of Nine is confused by the complexities of human interaction” Ryan explains. “Torn between her past as a Borg and her future as a human, Janeway plays an integral role in helping Seven of Nine adapt to her new reality.”Ryan, a self-admitted Army brat, grew up near bases ranging from Germany to Hawaii. She was born in Munich, Germany and after re-locating to bases in Kansas, Maryland, Georgia and Texas, her family settled down in Paduch, Kentucky when she was 11. After graduating from Northwestern University in Chicago as a National Merit Scholar with a B.S. in theater, she came to Los Angeles.As a former series regular on NBC’s “Dark Skies,” Ryan is no stranger to the world of science-fiction. She portrayed Juliet, a mysterious government agent who helped in a secret war against hostile extraterrestrials. Prior to landing the role on “Dark Skies,” she guest-starred on several television series. Additionally, Ryan appeared in two episodes of “Melrose Place,” as a lesbian soap opera actress who endured a staged marriage to a gay bridegroom. Ryan’s television experience also includes roles in a variety of telefilms including “Nightmare in Columbia County” and NBC’s “In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco.” Her feature film credits include the independent films “The Last Man” and “Men Cry Bullets.” Ryan resides in the Los Angeles area with her son, Alex.