Starfleet captains have a lot in common – they’re courageous, bold, have a strong sense of duty, sometimes stoic, fiercely loyal to the Federation?
Lexxa Singh is a different breed of Trek captain. A former member of Starfleet, she was always a non-conformist and continually flouted authority. This led to her being recruited outside of Starfleet for covert and deadly missions. As Captain of an elite squad, Lexxa is not bound by the normal restraints, nor does she want to be. She is daring and brash, with a chip on her shoulder – one that will keep her at odds not only with her crew, but also with those in charge. She is a direct descendant of Khan Noonien Singh (TOS; ST: II), and therefore has enhanced physical and mental abilities. She is well aware of the stigma her name and lineage brings, and has always strived to overcome it, but it continues to follow her and haunt her wherever she goes.
Adrienne Wilkinson may be best known for her role as Xena’s daughter Livia/Eve from the hit series “Xena: Warrior Princess,” but she has also made many notable television appearances including popular guest appearances on “Charmed,” “Days of Our Lives,” “ER,” and “Angel,” as well as series regular roles on “Venice”, “Goodnight Burbank”, and “As If”. She has made appearances in fan favorite films including “Raze”, “Alpha Force”, “The American Failure” and “Reflections,” for which she won several awards. She has produced several independent films and has voiced more than 50 lead characters in top animation projects and high profile video games including Daughter, the personification of the Light side of the Force in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” and as the voice, and physical m odel, fo r Maris Brood, the female Jedi in the “Star Wars: The Force Unleashed” franchise. She has also produced several independent films. Her diverse career has spanned multiple genre’s in projects that range from mainstream to cult classics and created loyal fans in nearly every age group. Adrienne is also known for her charity work, which includes a focus on literacy programs, animal welfare and children.
Her website is at www.AdrienneWilkinson.com