Moon Bloodgood has enjoyed success in all aspects of film and television. Most recently, she starred in the Warner Bros. blockbuster Terminator Salvation, opposite Christian Bale and Sam Worthington. She also appeared in a three-episode arc of the series Burn Notice. In addition to her role as Anne Glass in TNT's FALLING SKIES, Bloodgood can next be seen in the independent film Beautiful Boy, which is set to premiere at Toronto Film Festival, and alongside Dwayne Johnson and Billy Bob Thornton in the George Tillman Jr. revenge thriller Faster.
Bloodgood started her career as a professional dancer, landing a coveted spot to join the LA Laker Girls team. From there, her love for hip-hop led to touring gigs with the such superstar musical acts as Prince, Brandi and the rock band Offspring. She then turned to modeling, working for cosmetic giants Revlon, L'Oreal and Avon. Famed photographer David LaChapelle shot her Diesel campaign, and soon after, she was featured in both the Adidas and Nike Woman campaigns. Bloodgood was also featured in People magazine's "World's Most Beautiful" issue in 2006 and again in 2009.
Bloodgood made her film debut in the DreamWorks films Win A Date With Ted Hamilton. Soon after, she starred opposite Ashton Kutcher in Disney's A Lot Like Love, followed by Eight Below, co-starring Paul Walker and directed by Frank Marshall. Next, she transitioned into television with roles on two highly regarded shows. First, she starred in the ABC series Daybreak, opposite Taye Diggs. Then she played the female lead in the NBC series Journeyman, opposite Kevin McKidd.