Moon Bloodgood Biography
Korinna Moon Bloodgood is an American actress and model better known for her performance in Terminator Salvation. She was born on September 20th, 1975 in Alliance, Nebraska.
She, however, grew up in Anaheim, California. She is the daughter of Shell Bloodgood and Sang Cha. Her father is American and was working in Korea when he met her mother.
Moon Bloodgood Age
She was born on September 20th, 1975 in Alliance, Nebraska. She is 44 years old as of 2019.
Moon Bloodgood Family
Moon Bloodgood Parents | Moon Bloodgood Mother
She is the daughter of Shell Bloodgood and Sang Cha. Her father is American and was working in Korea when he met her mother.
Moon Bloodgood Name Origin
Her name as a result of her dad’s name, Shell Bloodgood.
Moon Bloodgood Husband | Moon Bloodgood Married | Moon Bloodgood Grady Hall
She has been married to Grady Hall since December 15th, 2012. The couple has two children together.
Moon Bloodgood Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $ 3 million.
Moon Bloodgood Acting Career
At age 17, Bloodgood wound up one of the Laker Girls. In 2005, she was positioned No. 99 on Maxim’s magazine’s Hot 100 rundown. She in this manner positioned No. 53 of every 2006, No. 40 out of 2007 and No. 20 out of 2009.
In Day Break (2006–2007), she depicted Rita Shelton, the sweetheart of an analyst who is surrounded for homicide and captured in the range of a day, however constantly ends up remembering that equivalent day. In 2007, Bloodgood featured as Livia Beale in the American sci-fi TV arrangement Journeyman on NBC.
She had a job in the motion picture Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li, which opened in February 2009. She featured as Blair Williams in Terminator Salvation, the fourth film in the Terminator arrangement and repeated her job in the computer game and the enlivened prequel web arrangement, Terminator Salvation: The Machinima Series. In mid-2009, she joined the third period of the show Burn Notice in a common job as Detective Michelle Paxson.
From 2011 to 2015, she depicted Dr. Anne Glass in TNT’s sci-fi arrangement Falling Skies official delivered by Steven Spielberg. At the Sundance Film Festival in 2012, Bloodgood won the “Unique Jury Prize” for sensational outfit acting in The Sessions together with John Hawkes, Helen Hunt, and William H. Macy. She additionally voice acts the job of Uriel the Archangel in the computer game Darksiders. In 2017 she was added as an arrangement customary to the third period of the medicinal dramatization Code Black.
Moon Bloodgood Movies
- Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!
- A Lot Like Love
- Moonlight Serenade
- Eight Below
- What Just Happened
- Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
- Terminator Salvation
- Beautiful Boy
- The Sessions
- The Power of Few
- Just Shoot Me!
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
- North Shore
- Day Break
- Burn Notice
- Human Target
- Falling Skies
- Code Black
- Terminator Salvation: The Machinima Series
- Nuclear Strike (PlayStation/N64/PC)
- Terminator Salvation (PS3/Xbox360/PC/mobile)
- Darksiders (PS3/Xbox360/PC)
Moon Bloodgood Terminator Salvation
She portrayed Lt. Blair Williams in this movie. Although Judgment Day has in fact occurred, the future for which John Connor (Christian Bale) was prepared has been partly altered by the appearance of a stranger named Marcus Wright (Sam Worthington).
Connor must determine if Wright has been rescued from the past, or sent from the future. As the machines prepare for a final battle, Connor and Wright delve deep into Skynet’s heart, uncovering a secret that could lead to the annihilation of mankind.
Release date: 3 June 2009 (United Kingdom)
Box office: 371.4 million USD
Budget: 200 million USD
Film series: The Terminator
Moon Bloodgood Pathfinder
She was Starfire in this movie. A Viking boy, nicknamed Ghost (Karl Urban), is adopted by the Wampanoag tribe after surviving a shipwreck despite a legend that death and destruction will follow the boy wherever he travels. Over the course of a decade, the young Norseman grows into a fierce warrior and battles against rampaging Vikings who slaughter the tribes. He defends the woman he loves (Moon Bloodgood) by waging a one-man war against his countrymen and becomes the savior and defender of the Wampanoag people.
Initial release: 13 April 2007 (USA)
Director: Marcus Nispel
Budget: 45 million USD (2007)
Box office: 30.8 million USD
Languages: English Language, Old Norse
Moon Bloodgood Code Black
She was part of the main cast in this TV show and she played the character role of Rox Valenzuela. Based on the award-winning documentary of the same name, this medical drama follows the staff members in the nation’s busiest emergency room as they cope with a staggering influx of patients, which can outweigh their limited resources, resulting in a condition known as code black.
Residency Director Dr. Leanne Rorish — who is known for her success with high-risk procedures in the trauma area — leads residents Malaya and Angus, among others. Senior nurse Jesse Sallander manages the residents and serves as Leanne’s confidant, with doctors Rollie Guthrie, Will Campbell, and Heather Pinkney rounding out the group. Together, the doctors and nurses race to save lives in an overwhelmed system.
First episode date: 30 September 2015
No. of episodes: 47 (list of episodes)
Nominations: People’s Choice Award for Favorite New TV Drama, People’s Choice Award for Favorite Actress in a New TV Series
Moon Bloodgood Burn Notice
She played Detective Michelle Paxson in 3 episodes of this TV show. Michael Westen is steamed — or, more precisely, burned. His career as a spy ends when he gets a “burn notice,” the covert equivalent of a pink slip. Stuck in his hometown of Miami, he intends to find out who did this to him and why, although that’s not easy to do: With the burn notice attached to his name, he is cut off from his usual contacts and has to fly under the radar of the intelligence network lest he tip off his secret enemy.
So it’s a good thing he can rely on help from Fiona, his ex-girlfriend and IRA spy, and his friend Sam, also a former spy. Then there’s Madeline, Michael’s mother, a hypochondriac but probably not a spy.
First episode date: 28 June 2007
Final episode date: 12 September 2013
Network: USA Network
Theme song: I Don’t Know Why I Love You
Moon Bloodgood Falling Skies
She was part of the main cast and she played the role of Anne Glass for 52 episodes. In the wake of an alien attack that has crippled most of the world, the shock has turned to resolve as the survivors gather to fight back. Leading the charge is Boston history professor Tom Mason, whose wife was killed in the attack, and one of his three sons is among a group of captive teens.
Desperate to rescue his son, Tom joins forces with the 2nd Massachusetts, a makeshift regiment assigned to protect the survivors. As second in command to Weaver, Tom uses his knowledge of military history to gain intelligence about the aliens and form a plan of attack. But the plan keeps changing and more questions surface as the survivors discover what they’re really up against: a highly intelligent, heavily armed alien force whose purpose on Earth is the biggest mystery of all.
First episode date: 19 June 2011
Final episode date: 30 August 2015
Production locations: Hamilton (Season 1), Oshawa (Season 1), Toronto (Season 1), Vancouver (Season 2)
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She played the role of Marina Humpheries in this movie. Following a 10-year prison stint, Driver (Dwayne Johnson) sprints through the gates to take vengeance on those responsible for his brother’s murder.
Within hours of dispatching his first one, he has two men on his tail: a veteran police officer (Billy Bob Thornton) and an eager assassin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). Driver tries to stay a step ahead of his pursuers, but there are hints that his list is incomplete, and the unknown person may endanger his life.
Initial release: 24 November 2010 (USA)
Director: George Tillman Jr.
Featured song: Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
Budget: 24 million USD
Box office: 35.6 million USD
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