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Overview (3)

Born in Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth NameTania Raymonde Helen Katz
Height 5' 5¼" (1.66 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Tania Raymonde began her career on Malcolm in the Middle (2000), and is known for her portrayal of Alex Rousseau in the J.J. Abrams series Lost. She played the title role of notorious murderer Jodi Arias in the Lifetime original feature Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret (2013), and starred alongside Billy Bob Thornton and William Hurt in David E. Kelley's legal drama Goliath for Amazon. Other TV credits include recurring roles on The Last Ship, The Big Bang Theory (2007), and Crash (2008), opposite Dennis Hopper.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Primary Wave Entertainment

Trivia (2)

Is fluent in French.
Her father is an American, of Russian Jewish descent. Her mother is French, with Corsican (Italian) ancestry.

Personal Quotes (9)

The cool thing about working and meeting a lot of people through your acting is that you never know who you might work with, in the future.
People ask me, 'Is 3D a good medium for horror movies?' I think it's the perfect thing for horror movies because it really puts you into it.
I would really like to do a straight action movie that's hardcore - heavy action, like 'The Expendables' or 'Fast Five.'
I have a very high tolerance for gore and blood. I am, like, the perfect horror movie viewer because I do not get scared very easily. I can really stomach anything so, as a result, I have watched a lot of really disgusting stuff that I should probably never have seen.
I grew up on 'Lost.' I was 17 when I started, and I did it for four or five years, on and off.
I've always wanted to do action and action movies. I grew up on that.
I am a movie fan across the board, though, so if a movie is well done then I love it and it does not really matter what the genre is.
I think 'The Walking Dead' is very interestingly paced. It's slow, almost like an old Western. It's also very stylized - visually, I think it's very pretty. It's more of a psychological drama than anything else.
[on growing up with a Jewish father and a Catholic mother] I was raised Jewish and Catholic. We did Christmas and Hanukkah... My mom was really into going to synagogue, and wanted to convert, but it just never happened.

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