Katrina Law is perhaps best known to audiences as the deadly assassin Nyssa Al Ghul in “Arrow” and as the former slave Mira in “Spartacus: Blood and Sand” and “Spartacus: Vengeance.”
Law landed her first television role in 2001 on “Third Watch.” Her additional television credits include guest-starring roles in “CSI: Miami” (on the Network), “Legend of the Seeker” and “Chuck,” as well as starring roles in the television films “Twelve Gifts of Christmas” and “Snow Bride.” Additionally, she starred in the web series “The Resistance,” which was picked up by Sam Raimi’s Ghost House Pictures and Starz Media and went on to air on SyFy, iTunes, Xbox Live, The PlayStation Network and Dailymotion.
Her feature film credits include lead and supporting roles in several independent films including “Lucky Numbers,” “Emmett’s Mark,” “The Learning Curve” and “Death Valley.”
Born in Philadelphia, Law was raised in New Jersey by a Catholic father of German and Italian descent who served in the U.S. Armed Forces and a Taiwanese-Buddhist mother. She excelled in dance and theater, and she attended The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, where she received a B.A. in Theater. After earning her degree, Law stayed in the theater for several years honing her skills, and she received two Irene Ryan A.C.T.F. nominations for her work as Olivia in “Twelfth Night” (Stockton Theater Fest) and as the Bride in “Blood Wedding” (Stockton Theater Fest.)
Law supports a variety of charities, including Kitt Crusaders, Children’s Miracle Network, Variety Children’s Charity and The International Rescue Committee. In addition to acting, she sings and plays bass guitar in a band called Soundboard Fiction (http://soundboardfiction.com/).
Law’s birthday is Sept. 30. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @katrinalaw.