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Masterson: Deep Space Nine Holds Up

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015


Over fifteen years after the show ended, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is still holding up well, according to Chase Masterson.

Those who worked on the show knew that it was a good show at the time, with compelling stories.


Masterson To Guest Star On CW Show

Thursday, February 5th, 2015


Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson will be appearing on CW‘s The Flash.

The Flash is based on the DC Comics superhero crime fighter Flash, also known as Barry Allen.


Nimoy Supports Gerrold-Fontana Project

Friday, May 24th, 2013

Several Star Trek actors are lending their support to a new Kickstarter project from David Gerrold, Dorothy Fontana and David C. Fine.

The project is a new sci-fi adventure series called The Star Wolf.


Masterson In Vienna Series

Friday, October 19th, 2012

Last week, Trektoday announced that Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson would voice the character of Vienna Salvatori on the Doctor Who: The Shadow Heart series which will be released next month.

Now it has been announced that Masterson will voice her own audio series, Vienna, continuing the adventures of the “impossibly glamorous bounty hunter Vienna Salvatori.”


Masterson On Doctor Who Audio Dramas

Thursday, October 11th, 2012

Fans of Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson will be able to hear the actress in two new audio roles based in the Doctor Who universe.

Masterson will be heard in Doctor Who: The Shadow Heart and Doctor Who: Night of the Stormcrow.


Masterson To Voice Who Audio Drama

Friday, August 24th, 2012

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s Chase Masterson will be taking a voice guest role in an audio “Big Finish Doctor Who” adventure.

The title of this Sylvester McCoy adventure is Doctor Who: The Shadow Heart.


Masterson In Take Out

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson can be seen in a dramedy about fast food restaurants.

Masterson joins Judd Omen (Pee-wee’s Big Adventure) Justin Walker (Clueless), and Daniel Roebuck (The Fugitive) in Take Out. Take Out was written and directed by Seth Landau (Bryan Loves You).


Masterson: Beyond Deep Space Nine

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Although Chase Masterson loved her role as Leeta and her time on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, she found it hard to get past the character.

“Leeta is one of those wonderful roles that turned out to be more than the sum of its parts, and I’m grateful that Leeta has had that enthusiastic following,” said Masterson. “…But the bottom line is yes, it can be extremely limited and extremely frustrating.”


Masterson And Kerwin: R.U.R.

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson and director James Kerwin have a new science fiction project in the works, a remake of R.U.R., a Czech play originally written by Karel Capek.

Kerwin had been interested in the play since taking a college literature course. “I had studied the play in a college lit course, and was even in a production of it in Dallas years ago,” he said. “The story always stuck with me: a play which Karel Capek started writing in 1919, set fifty years from then, which predicted advances in biotechnology and served as an inspiration for masterpieces like Blade Runner and Metropolis. R.U.R. contains an important sociopolitical message, one which is as valid today as it was back in the early 20th century, and I was surprised that it had never been turned into a proper feature film.”


Picardo: Playing Scrooge

Friday, December 16th, 2011

Once again, this time in the role of Scrooge,  in a CD recording of A Christmas Carol,  Robert Picardo is playing a “cranky curmudgeon.”

A call from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson (Leeta), who took on the role of Mrs. Fezziwig, set the wheels in motion for the musical CD, based on 1970’s musical Scrooge.


Masterson: Leeta, Rom, Trek Fans And Homeboys

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

In the second part of a two-part interview, Chase Masterson talked more about Leeta, including her sexuality, relationship with Rom and what Leeta might be doing today in the Deep Space Nine universe. Masterson also shares the good and the bad of Trek fandom and her other non-Trek projects.

Masterson sometimes gets comments about Leeta’s sexuality, but for a Dabo girl, Leeta was rather demure. “As far as being scantily clad during the run of the series, yes, of course, my Dabo girl uniform was meant to be sexy, but they purposely didn’t make it as overt as most of the other Dabo girls, and I’m glad.”


Masterson Answers Fan Questions

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

In the first part of a two-part interview, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson answers fan questions which include sexuality, favorite Deep Space Nine moments and her life outside of Star Trek.

Masterson came from an acting family so it was natural that she gravitated towards acting. “My mom was a theater director and actress while I was growing up,” she said. “I did my first play when I was five, and continued working throughout high school; instead of going to standard activities after school, or just hanging out with friends.”


Star Trek Magazine #31

Monday, December 27th, 2010

Fans of Star Trek: Voyager‘s Roxann Dawson and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine‘s Chase Masterson will enjoy the latest issue of Star Trek Magazine.

In Star Trek Magazine #31, as well as interviews with Dawson and Masterson, there will be a “look at the Haynes Enterprise Manual” and an article on Star Trek‘s strong females, featuring Lieutenant Uhura.


Masterson: Playing Leeta Was A Blast

Friday, December 10th, 2010

Although playing Leeta was enjoyable for Chase Masterson, she wishes that she would have been allowed to bring more depth to her character.

Even though she was designed as “comic relief and eye candy,” Leeta had admirable qualities. “Leeta was written with many interesting qualities that were a blast to embody,” said Masterson. “As a Dabo girl she was playful, yet as a Bajoran she had a deep spiritual foundation. While she was fairly low on the totem pole at her job, she was willing to risk everything to stick up for her morals. And while Leeta was very devoted, she loved Rom with commitment and singular focus, she was no pushover.”


Article: Las Vegas Star Trek Convention Day 3

Wednesday, August 11th, 2010

William Shatner (Captain Kirk) asked Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock) to guest star on his new sitcom $#*! My Dad Says, while Jeri Ryan reminisced about her time in the infamous Seven of Nine catsuit on Star Trek: Voyager on the third day of Creation Entertainment’s Las Vegas Star Trek convention.