|Intro||American actress and physician|
|A.K.A.||Catherine C. Roberts|
|Is||Researcher Actor Film producer Physician Author|
|From||United States of America|
|Type||Academia Film, TV, Stage & Radio Healthcare Literature|
|Birth||Phoenix, United States of America|
Cat Roberts (born Catherine Celeste Teed in Phoenix, Arizona) is an American actress, film producer, and physician.
Roberts graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Zoology. She earned her M.D. from the University of Arizona College of Medicine. She is Board Certified in both Radiology and Clinical Informatics. Roberts has over 100 publications in the scientific literature that have been cited over 2000 times.
Roberts has several notable family members.
- Her earliest American ancestor, being her 10th great grandfather, was Stephen Hopkins, a Pilgrim that sailed on the original Mayflower voyage in 1620 and helped establish Plymouth Colony. Her ancestry is certified through the General Society of Mayflower Descendants (General #77140, Arizona State #1019).
- Her second cousin three times removed was Cyrus Teed, a religious leader. The last of his established communes became the Koreshan State Historic Site in Florida.
- Her first cousin twice removed was Ross E. Rowell, a highly decorated Marine Lieutenant General buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
- Her third cousin twice removed was Douglas Arthur Teed, an American painter.
- By marriage, she is a first cousin three times removed to Herman Ridder, an influential publisher whose work lead to the establishment of Knight Ridder, a media company that was at one time the largest U.S. newspaper publisher.
Roberts made her acting debut in Star Trek Continues where she reprised the classic 1960s Star Trek role of Lieutenant Palmer who was originally portrayed by Elizabeth Rogers. Roberts made her first appearance in the third Star Trek Continues episode, "Fairest of Them All", where she had a non-speaking role. She appeared as Lt. Palmer in all but one of the remaining episodes, with her role progressively expanding and becoming a core part of the cast. It was her role in Star Trek Continues that caught the attention of the producers of The Red Shirt Diaries, who invited her to play another classic Star Trek character, Yeoman Janice Rand initially portrayed by Grace Lee Whitney.
Roberts then went on to play Janice Rand again in both The Federation Files and an unreleased episode of Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II. Roberts also reprised the role of Seven of Nine, initially portrayed by Jeri Ryan in Star Trek: Voyager, in a bonus scene of Raven: Voyager Continues, which was later renamed Starship Prometheus. Dr. Roberts was finalist for "Best Supporting Actor or Actress" in the Treklanta 2017 Independent Star Trek Fan Film Awards "Bjo Awards" for her performance as Lt. Palmer.
Due to her Star Trek roles, Roberts has been an invited guest at many comic conventions. At Salt Lake Comic Con 2016, she was part of the "Guests of Star Trek" group that included William Shatner, who first portrayed Captain James T. Kirk. She was part of the featured cast members who appeared at the Star Trek Continues Episode 4 Screening at the Star Trek Las Vegas 2015 Convention. She was also a guest at Stan Lee's 2015 Comikaze Expo, Condor Con XXII 2016 convention, and Phoenix Comicon 2017 convention. She was a featured program panelist at the Gallifrey One conventions in 2016 and 2018.
Her branch out from science fiction to westerns was announced in August 2019.
|2014-2017||Star Trek Continues||Lt. Elizabeth Palmer||7 Episodes||IMDb|
|2015||The Red Shirt Diaries||Yeoman Rand||4 Episodes||IMDb|
|2016||The Federation Files||Janice Rand||1 Episode||IMDb|
|2016||Internity||Dr. Gwen Pepper||1 Episode||IMDb|
|2017||Raven: Voyager Continues||Seven of Nine||1 Episode||IMDb|
|2017||Blade of Honor||Voice over artist||1 Episode||IMDb|
|2018||Personal Space||Emma Reese||1 Episode||IMDb, Amazon.com|
|Completed 2017, unreleased||Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II||Yeoman Janice Rand||1 Episode||IMDb|
|Completed 2018, unreleased||Phoenix Shorts||Self||1 Episode||IMDb|
|Completed 2019, unreleased||Wasted||Doctor||1 Episode||IMDb|
|2014||The Coldest Kiss||Door Hostess||IMDb, Amazon|
|2015||Stealing Sunrise||Kat||IMDb, Amazon|
|2016||Protocol 734||Clara||IMDb, Amazon|
|2017||Call the Babysitter||Mrs. Mills||IMDb, Amazon|
|2018||Unearthed: The Curse of Nephthys||Nephthys||IMDb, Amazon|
|2019||When the Train Stops||Lawyer||IMDb, YouTube|
|2019||Love Gods from Planet Zero||Newscaster||IMDb|
|Filmed 2019, unreleased||Adjusters||Dr. Rayborn||IMDb|
|Filmed 2019, unreleased||Soul Eclipse||Follower #3||IMDb|
|Filmed 2019, unreleased||Maya||Bass Guitarist||IMDb|
|Filming 2019||Eyes Upon Waking||Emma's Mom||IMDb|
|2014||Star Trek Continues||Associate Producer||1 Episode||IMDb|
|2015||Lost||Executive Producer||Short Film||IMDb|
|2015-2016||The Red Shirt Diaries||Associate Producer||20 Episodes||IMDb|
|2016||Unbecoming||Executive Producer||Short Film||IMDb|
|2016||Gaffe||Executive Producer||Short Film||IMDb|
|2016||Ephemera||Executive Producer||Short Film||IMDb|
|2016||Confidant||Executive Producer||Short Film||IMDb|
|2016||Sub Rosa||Executive Producer||Short Film||IMDb|
|2016-2017||The Federation Files||Consulting Producer||3 Episodes||IMDb|
|2018||Personal Space||Digital Producer||28 Episodes||IMDb|
- Nominated for “Best Supporting Actor or Actress” (2017) - Treklanta Independent Star Trek Fan Film Awards