Tricia Helfer Bio, Age, Husband, Height, Supernatural, Net Worth, Movies and TV Shows

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Tricia Helfer Biography and Wiki

Tricia Helfer is a Canadian-American actress, producer, and former model, best known for her roles in popular TV shows such as “Battlestar Galactica” and “Lucifer”. She also voiced Sarah Kerrigan in StarCraft II and its expansion packs.

Tricia Helfer Age and Birthday

What age is Tricia Helfer? Tricia is 49 years old as of 2023. She was born Tricia Janine Helfer on 11 April 1974 in Donalda, Canada. She celebrates her birthday on 11 April every year.

Tricia Helfer Nationality and Ethnicity

Tricia is of American and Canadian nationality by birth. She was born in Donalda, Alberta, Canada. She is of German, English, Swedish and Norwegian descent. RELATED: Jim Parsons 

Tricia Helfer Parents and Siblings

Helfer was born to Dennis and Elaine Helfer. Together with her three sisters, Tara Helfer, Tammy Helfer, and Trena Helfer, she resided and worked on the family’s grain farm.

Tricia Helfer Husband

Is Tricia Helfer still married? Tricia met Jonathan Marshall, a lawyer, at a birthday party for a mutual friend, and they got married in 2003. Helfer filed for divorce in January 2018 citing irreconcilable differences after they split up in May 2017. In 2019, the divorce was settled.

Tricia Helfer Height

 How tall is Tricia Helfer? Tricia stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches(1.79 m).

Tricia Helfer Net Worth

Tricia Helfer is a Canadian-American actress, producer and former model with an estimated net worth of $10 Million.

Tricia Helfer Battlestar Galactica

She portrayed Number Six on Battlestar Galactica in 2003. She played Farrah Fawcett in the 2004 television movie Behind the Camera: The Charlie’s Angels Unauthorized Story. On May 31, 2006, Helfer began producing and hosting Canada’s Next Top Model simultaneously with her role in Battlestar Galactica. Later that same year, she made appearances in The Green Chain and Spiral.

In order to focus on her work on Battlestar Galactica, Helfer announced in October 2006 that she would not be returning to host the second season of Canada’s Next Top Model. Additionally, Helfer had a significant role in Electronic Arts Command & Conquer 3:Tiberium Wars with her Battlestar Galactica co-star, actress Grace Park, as the high-ranking Nod general Kilian Qatar. She also appeared in the Supernatural episode “Roadkill” in the second season.

A three-hour Sci-Fi channel miniseries was based on the television series Battlestar Galactica in 2003. Ronald D. Moore wrote, Ronald D. Moore produced, and Michael Rymer directed the project. Humanoid Cylon agent Number Six was played by Helfer. She continued in that capacity as a regular cast member in the television series, whose fourth and final season aired on March 20, 2009. Helfer has, in fact, appeared in a number of roles on the show because of the unique character of Number Six—there are numerous “copies” of the character with distinct personalities. She played Number Six in Battlestar Galactica once more in 2009:The Plan, a film for television that portrays the Cylons’ perspective on the series’ plot. She gave the voice of a prototype Cylon in the Battlestar Galactica prequel in 2012:Chrome & Blood. RELATED: Stephanie Rivas

Tricia Helfer Hallmark Movies

Tricia made an appearance in the Hallmark television film Mistletoe Over Manhattan in November 2011.

Tricia Helfer Supernatural

Tricia appeared in the Supernatural episode “Roadkill” in the second season. The series was shot in and around Vancouver, British Columbia. It had been in development for nearly ten years, and creator Kripke tried unsuccessfully to pitch it for several years. An estimated 5.69 million people watched the pilot, and The WB picked up the series for a full season based on the ratings of the first four episodes. Kripke originally planned for three seasons, but it was later extended to five.

The main plot of the show came to an end in the fifth season, and Kripke left as showrunner. New showrunners Sera Gamble, Jeremy Carver, Robert Singer, and Andrew Dabb led the series for another ten seasons. Supernatural became the longest-running live-action fantasy television show in the United States with its eleventh season. The show was renewed for a fifteenth and final season that aired on October 10, 2019, and it had 20 episodes. There were 327 episodes in the series, which ended on November 19, 2020. READ MORE: Annie Potts

Tricia Helfer Lucifer

In 2016, Helfer joined the main cast of the Fox series Lucifer for the second season, playing the vessel of the character’s mother. The story of Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), the DC Universe’s version of the Devil, is told in the series. He leaves Hell for Los Angeles, where he runs his own nightclub called Lux and works as a consultant for the LAPD. Lauren German plays Detective Chloe Decker, Kevin Alejandro plays Detective Daniel “Dan” Espinoza, D. B. Woodside plays Amenadiel, Lesley-Ann Brandt plays Mazikeen, Rachael Harris plays Dr. Linda Martin, and Aimee Garcia plays Ella Lopez (from season 2) in the ensemble and supporting cast. Before the third season, when production was completely moved to Los Angeles, most of the filming took place in Vancouver.

Tricia Helfer Movies

What movies was Tricia Helfer in?

  • 2022 – Spin Me Round
  • 2021 – Save Ralph
  • 2019 – Bombshell
  • 2015 – Isolation
  • 2014 – 37
  • 2014 – Authors Anonymous
  • 2012 – The Forger
  • 2011 – Bloodwork
  • 2011 – PostHuman
  • 2010 – A Beginner’s Guide to Endings
  • 2009 – Green Lantern: First Flight
  • 2009 – Open House
  • 2008 – Inseparable

Tricia Helfer TV Shows

  • 2021 – Big Shot
  • 2021 – The Rookie
  • 2019–2021 – Van Helsing
  • 2019 – S.W.A.T.
  • 2019 – Creepshow
  • 2019 – It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas
  • 2017 – Sun, Sand and Romance
  • 2020–2021 – Lucifer
  • 2016 – Powers
  • 2016 – Operation Christmas
  • 2016 – Robot Chicken
  • 2015 – Suits
  • 2015 – Key & Peele
  • 2015 – Falling Skies
  • 2015 – Con Man
  • 2015 – Rick and Morty