OFFICIAL FAN CLUB
Chase Masterson has most recently been seen Guest Starring on CW’s “The Flash.” Best known for her break-out role on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” one of the highest-rated syndicated shows of all time, Chase is a fan-favorite worldwide.
AOL listed Chase as one of the “Ten Sexiest Aliens in TV History”
TV Guide’s Online Readers Poll voted Chase the “Favorite Science Fiction Actress on Television”
Sci-Fi Universe Magazine honored her as one of the “Top 20 People to Watch in Hollywood”
UGO included her in their list of the “Top 25 TV Hotties, and the Schlubs They Inexplicably Love”
Femme Fatales listed Chase as one of the “50 Sexiest Women of the Year”
Film Fetish listed Chase in their “Hot Leading Ladies of Film”
She currently stars in “Doctor Who Big Finish” and has the title role in its spin-off, “VIENNA,” currently in Season 3. Chase has a lead in “Survivors,” nominated for the BBC Audio Drama Award.
Chase has starred in numerous features including her role opposite Bruce Campbell in the first Sci-Fi Channel Original Movie, “Terminal Invasion.” Chase has starred opposite many of Hollywood’s favorite leading men, including Jerry O’Connell in “Sliders” and Ryan Seacrest, when she was Co-Host of NBC Saturday Night at the Movies.”
Chase’s previous film & TV roles include the Emmy-winning episode of "ER," a recurring role on "General Hospital," and leads in "Manticore" for Syfy and other features. She recently had a cameo in "The Search for Simon," an award-winning British sci-fi feature, and she starred in the multi-award-winning sci-fi noir, “Yesterday Was a Lie,” released by Entertainment One. Chase recently starred in the critically acclaimed short “R.U.R.: Genesis,” currently in development as a feature. Chase has been attached as the title role in the action feature “Vendetta Vette,” also currently in development.
She is an accomplished jazz singer and recording artist, with a critically acclaimed CD, "Jazz Cocktail."
With author Carrie Goldman, Chase is Founder of the Pop Culture Anti-Bullying Coalition, bringing resources on how to combat the bullying problem to pop culture conventions and working to change societal norms and public policy regarding bullying.
50 Years of Star Trek (2016)... Herself
Chase talked about DS9 on the 50th Anniversarry Special.
The Flash (2015)... Sherry
Episode: "The Nuclear Man"
Chase appeared as Sherry, a role written for her by Exec Producer Andrew Kreisberg. Her episode of The Flash airs on CW 2/10/2015
Syfy's 20th Anniversary Special (2012)... "Herself"
In 1992, one channel set out to push the limits of possibility and imagination on television. Now, 20 years later, we're looking back at two decades of broadcasting the history of ideas with a special retrospective on Syfy's past, a look at the present, and a vision of the future! Tune in to see the evolution of the network, from cult favorites like Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Farscape to breakthrough dramas like Battlestar Galactica and Being Human to original movies that brought us scares from the likes of Sharktopus...and see how Syfy has helped shape a world in which sci-fi, super heroes, horror and fantasy dominate the pop culture landscape!
The past 20 years have been an exploration of the potential for imagination in television. Celebrate it with us, and join us for a look at Syfy's future!
Get a Life (2012)... "Herself"
Chase appeared in William Shatner's documentary about Star Trek fans.
Available on Epix or Netflix
Midday Fix (2011)... "Herself"
Chase appeared on WGN's Midday Fix on July 29, 2011
The Captains (2011)... "Herself"
Chase appeared in William Shatner's documentary about the Captains of Star Trek.
Talking Pictures (2007)... "Herself"
Chase was interviewed on Tony Toscano's talk show regarding "Yesterday Was a Lie." Director James Kerwin also appeared.
GeneTree (2007)... "Host"
Heartbreak Café (2005-2007)... (Female Leads)
"Outworld" Episodes 3 & 4
Chase plays Sarah, the Clairvoyant in this latest episode.
"Sidewalk Warriors" (2007)... Rebecca Thomas/Evil Kelians
Chase appears as a series of evil Klellian/Kelian clones in a scene lifted from Outworld. Her main role in the movie however is that of intrepid news reporter Rebecca Thomas. She interviews the cast and crew of "Space Rangers."
Chase played Garrett Wang's girlfriend on this syndicated television series. Her episode was directed by Tim Russ.
"Melinda's Dream" (2007)... Melinda
Dean Haglund is playing Chase's agent in this episode. A singer finds inspiration in childhood memories and a visit from a blind man. This episode was originally called "Smokey Joe's Dream" and the soundtrack is being redone with the possibility of using Chase's songs.
"Eye of the Beholder" (2006)... Natalie
Directed by Tim Russ
Lunchtime with Ira (2007)... (Herself)
Chase appeared with Dean Haglund to promote her Las Vegas Show at the Captain's Lounge at Star Trek: The Experience at the Las Vegas Hilton.
STARZ On Demand: Only Here (2006)... (Host)
Chase hosted really bad sci fi and horror movies for the STARZ network with Mike Nelson of MST3K fame. The movies are laughably bad and Chase has some great outfits.
Manticore (2005)... (Ashley Pierce)
Chase travelled to Bulgaria to film this Sci Fi project with Robert Beltran. She played Ashley Pierce, a reporter for GNN, trying to get a top news story. Ashley discovers more than she bargained for... The film was released on the Sci Fi Chanel on Thanksgiving Weekend 2005.
Manticore takes a current event and adds a twist. A mythical creature has been raised in modern day Iraq. But the moster is uncontrollable, and it falls upon a team of US Commandoes to find a way to stop the creature.
Historically a Manticore is a monstrous creature which inhabits the forests in Asia. It is considered to be the most dangerous predator in these regions and has the body of a lion and a head with human features. The mouth is filled with three rows of razor-sharp teeth and the scaled tail ends in a ball with poisonous darts. The monster stalks through the forest in search of humans. Upon an encounter with a human, the manticore fires a volley of darts at the victim, who dies immediately. This unfortunate person is devoured completely, even the bones and clothing, as well as the possessions this person carried. When a villager has completely disappeared, this is considered proof of the presence of a Manticore.
This film is being produced by Unified Film Organization- UFO Films.
Directed by Tripp Reed
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Celebrities Uncensored (2004)... "Herself"
The Dream Team with Annabelle and Michael (2003)... "Herself"
The series dealt with dreams and their meanings. Each episode featured a guest that would talk about their dreams, or nightmares, and had them interpreted by the show's dream analyst, Michael Lennox. It was the first show ever that had been dedicated to the topic of dreams.
Description: Chase Masterson comes onto the show and talks about a dream she had many years ago. It was a very stormy day and she was in the ocean. There's a baby out in the ocean that she is trying to reach, but the baby always stays at a distance. Her father gets into the ocean and saves the baby. Chase said this dream happened the day she found out she was pregnant. Michael says it is about her wondering if she had the instinct to have a baby.
Terminal Invasion (2002)... "Catherine Garrett"
Chase stars as "Garrett," a Charter Airplane Pilot in this Science Fiction movie produced for the SciFi Channel starring Bruce Campbell.
aka "Devil's Pass"
Also available on DVD
Presidio Med (2002)... "Caroline Franklin"
Rae tries to persuade the parents of a 10-year-old boy with sickle-cell anemia to tell their son that he has the disease; Matt agrees to donate sperm to fertilize Jules' eggs, but he experiences unforeseen difficulty in living up to his end of the bargain; Jackie is encouraged to bring in more business; Harriet attempts to convince a pregnant woman with heart problems that she should deliver her baby early. Also, Matt's father visits from England. The episode also starred Andy (Garak) Robinson.
NBC Saturday Night Movie (2000) Chase Co-Hosted "The Arrival" with Ryan Seacrest of American Idol fame."The Arrival" (aka Shockwave) stars Charlie Sheen as Zane Ziminski, an astrophysicist who receives a message that seems to have extraterrestrial origins. Eerily soon after his discovery, Zane is fired. He then embarks on a search to determine the origins of the transmission that leads him into a Hitchcockian labyrinth of paranoia and intrigue.
Star Kist Tuna Commercial (2000)... "Ms. Big" ...Sorry Charlie...
The Montel Williams Show (2000) 04/21/2000 TEENS WHO FEEL LIKE OUTCASTS. High School can be a tough experience. Today's guests are teen girls who say that they have been assaulted both verbally and physically by other students. They are seeking advice and help on how to survive their High School years.
60 Minutes II (1999) 05/1999
Chase was featured as part of coverage of the real Sammyville and her filmed version.
Crook & Chase (1999) 03/12/1999
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993) TV Series .... Leeta (1995-99)
... aka "DS9" (1993) (promotional abbreviation)
Chase appeared in the 94/95 Third Season Episode "EXPLORERS" where her recurring character of Leeta first appeared as a love interest for Dr. Julian Bashir. Her next episode of the 94/95 season was "FACETS" where we found out that Leeta was a close friend of Jadzia Dax when Dax asked Leeta to participate in a ceremony in which Dax meets her previous hosts.
Chase appeared in the 95/96 episode "BAR ASSOCIATION" in which Leeta helped Rom to organize a strike at Quark's Bar. Chase's fifth season DS9 episode aired the week of November 10th, 1996 and is called "LET HE WHO IS WITHOUT SIN". In it, Leeta, Bashir, Dax, Worf, and Quark all visit the planet Risa for some R & R. Her next episode, "DOCTOR BASHIR, I PRESUME?" aired in February of 1997. Chase's sixth episode was entitled "FERENGI LOVE SONGS" aka OF LOVE AND PROFIT" and aired in April of 1997. During season 5, Chase also appeared in the episodes "IN THE CARDS" which aired in June of 1997 and "CALL TO ARMS" which also aired in June of 1997. Chase reprised her role as Leeta in the following season 6 episodes: "FAVOR THE BOLD (Part 1)" airing in October of 1997, "SACRIFICE OF ANGELS (Part 2)" airing in November of 1997, "YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED" also airing in November of 1997, "THE MAGNIFICENT FERENGI" airing in December of 1997, and "PROFIT AND LACE" airing in May of 1998. In the final season of DS9, Chase has appeared in "TAKE ME OUT TO THE HOLOSUITE" airing in October of 1998, "IT'S ONLY A PAPER MOON" airing in December of 1998, and "THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOAK" airing in February of 1999. Chase's final DS9 episode is entitled "DOGS OF WAR".
Star Trek Deep Space Nine"Take Me Out to the Holosuite". Vulcan Capt. Solok brings his starship to DS9 for repairs. Convinced his all-Vulcan crew is the finest in the fleet, he challenges former classmate & longtime rival Sisko to a baseball game in the holosuite. With only two weeks to whip his team (including Leeta & Rom) into shape, Sisko vows he's going to beat Solokï¿½even though Jake is the only other person residing on the station who has ever played baseball.
"Dogs of War" (episode # 7.26)
"The Emperor`s New Cloak" (episode # 7.12) 02/03/99
"It's Only a Paper Moon" (episode # 7.10) 12/30/98
"Take Me Out to the Holosuite" (episode # 7.4) 10/21/98
"Profit and Lace" (episode # 6.23) 5/11/1998
"Magnificent Ferengi, The" (episode # 6.10) 12/27/1997
"You Are Cordially Invited... (a.k.a. Once Upon A Wedding)" (episode # 6.7) 11/8/1997
Hear Chase tell the story about reshoots
"Sacrifice of Angels, The (Part 2)" (episode # 6.6) 11/1/1997
"Favor the Bold (Part 1)" (episode # 6.5) 10/25/1997
"Call to Arms, A" (episode # 5.26) 6/14/1997
"In the Cards" (episode # 5.25) 6/7/1997
"Ferengi Love Songs" (aka "Of Love and Profit") (episode # 5.20) 4/19/1997
"Doctor Bashir, I Presume" (episode # 5.16) 2/22/1997
"Let He Who is Without Sin..." (episode # 5.7) 11/9/1996
"Bar Association" (episode # 4.16) 2/17/1996
"Facets" (episode # 3.25) 6/10/1995
"Explorers" (episode # 3.22) 5/6/1995
Sci Fi Entertainment (1998) Chase was the anchor of this science fiction news magazine show on the Sci Fi Channel.
Access Hollywood (1997) Chase appeared as herself on the set of Deep Space Nine.
SFN-Science Fiction News EPISODE 7: Visit to Paramount's Great America Theme Park featuring the newest attraction the "DROP ZONE". Guest interviews with Lolita Fatjo (Pre-Production Coordinator for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Voyager) and Chase Masterson ("ER" and she has a recurring role on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine).
Sliders (1995)... "Kelly Welles"
"Season's Greedings" 12/20/1996
Chase appeared in a Christmas episode entitled "SEASON'S GREEDINGS" which aired on December 20, 1996. She played "Kelly Wells", Wade Wells sister on an alternate Earth. One of Chase's best performances.
NBC Universal issued this on a promo DVD called "NBC Universal Holiday TV Grab Bag, Ep. 10 'Sliders: Season's Greedings' "
CNet Central (1996) Chase was the anchor of this tech news magazine show on the Sci Fi Channel & USA Networks.
ER (1994)... "Mrs. Phillips"
"Hell and High Water" (episode # 2.7) 11/9/1995
Chase appeared in the 95/96 Emmy Award-winning Second Season Episode entitled "HELL AND HIGH WATER" as a mother whose daughter is brought into the ER in one the most watched single episodes in TV history. This episode was one of the highest-rated of ER as an estimated 48 million viewed it.
Live Shot (1995)... "Sheila Rydell"
Chase appeared in this UPN acclaimed drama in the Fall/Winter of 1995 as the recurring character of Sheila Rydell, the estranged wife of the head of a TV station. Her storyline revolved around the issues when a family breaks up. The show also starred veteran actors David Birney and Wanda DeJesus. Most of the cast appeared in Star Trek (primarily Deep Space Nine) and Spencer Klein appeared in the movie Free Enterprise with Chase.
"Decisions,Decisons" (episode # 1.13) 11/28/1995
(episode # 1.12) 11/21/1995
Love is a Mainly Splintered Thing 1995
Sweet Justice (1994) Guest starred in this weekly CBS series starring Melissa Gilbert.
General Hospital TV Series .... Ivy Lief (1993)
Acapulco H.E.A.T. (1993)
"Codename: Phantom." This second season episode only aired in Foreign markets.
Chase played a bratty actress in the episode which was originally deemed too hot for American television.
Showtime, Nighttime...(Joy) Chase was regular on this series. She kept viewers' attention with comedic banter and sarcastic one-liners as Joy, a computer generated woman who helped the host introduce the films each week.
Weekly World News
The Romeos A TV Pilot with Frankie Avalon for CBS.
"The Romeos" was pitched as Dick Clark Production's first comedy series. It starred Frankie Avalon as a onetime teen idol whose son, played by Michael Damian, decides to chuck a teaching career to follow dad's footsteps.
Check out Chase's Listing in the Internet Movie Database
Biography and filmography by Stompy and Don Daniel.
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